question says it all. any advice? if it helps, I'm talking about an army officer who's assigned on combat operations.
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Take it from a guy that was once in the military and had a girlfriend or two. You will need to get used to the idea of him being overseas and away and not seeing a whole lot of him. The obligations and responsibilities of military life are ALWAYS going to take priority over everything else. He has to do what he is told when he is told to do it, no questions asked. He will rarely have a choice in what his duties are. Scenarios like you and him making plans to go out for your anniversary when he gets home (if he's fortunate to be around for it) but he has to stay late because he has to do paper work on a douche bag that crashed his car into another car driving drunk are going to be fairly common, what he does is not just a job but a full time commitment. Your not going to understand why he has to do the things he does in the military and it's probably going to frustrate you. Not to say that something can't go somewhere with him but you need to have the right expectations if you are going to have something going with a military guy.0