Dating an army guy
Military guys usually encourage their partners to be able to take care of themselves, a) because they aren’t around a lot of the time, and b) because they like a lady who can keep up with them. There’s something special about being able to turn that “tough guy” into a laughing, sweet, goofball, and seeing him for who he really is: a very ticklish overgrown kid who eats way too much candy and thinks burps are funny. They move every 2-4 years on average, per military requirement, and it gets lonely.When he’s in uniform at a work event, he can’t hold your hand or kiss you, at least in sight of others. They usually want to have someone to come home to when they move to a new city and know no one.Military guys have a higher calling; they’re committed to serving their country, and their loyalty to the nation will take them to war zones, disaster areas, and anywhere they’re called to. You’ve seen “Band of Brothers,” you’ve heard of “no man left behind.” It’s all true.They commit themselves to a purpose, and to one another, all for a greater cause. Just knowing that they are capable of devoting themselves to something else outside of themselves shows a level of unselfishness and integrity that frankly, a lot of people in general don’t seem to have. They haven’t all traveled the world on deployments.They want to do fun, simple things they missed while gone, like going to a sports game or eating at a local pizza place.
The tables are set up for two people and everyone gets to spend an average of three minutes in conversation before switching to another partner.
Caring about things that actually matter is pretty hot. They may deploy for six months at a time, maybe a whole year.
They may have deployed once, or they may have deployed several times over the course of their careers.
In every new relationship, partners teach one another new things and introduce each other to new hobbies.
Military men usually have pretty cool hobbies that most women haven’t ever experienced.