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08-15-12, 05:53 PM #1
i am going to get married soon but in a civil court instead of a big ceromonial wedding and wearing my dress blues instead can i wear my service charlies?
08-15-12, 05:54 PM #2
08-15-12, 06:04 PM #3
thanks should i put any medals and ribbons if i have?
08-15-12, 06:23 PM #4
08-15-12, 07:22 PM #5
Congrats Josh to you and your future Bride.
All Marine, All The Time......
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08-15-12, 10:02 PM #6
Here's to Yah Marine,may You and Your Wife live a Long and Happy Life~~~Happy Wife Happy Life
08-19-12, 07:06 PM #7
Ribbons and shooting badges are the ONLY thing authorized in Charlies. Congrats!
I weep for what this country is becoming, and fear for my children and grandchildren's future if any more democrats gain national office. We lose more and more freedoms every single day to creeping nannystatism and those who vote for Democrats only want to increase that. Anyone voting for a 'dem' is someone who likely wants to take everything YOU have worked for and mortgage your kids future as well.
The Malignant Leprechaun
08-19-12, 11:40 PM #8
Doesn't he need permission to get Married from the C.O. ???? I did when I wanted to get Married..
08-19-12, 11:48 PM #9
No. As an american citizen, he can get married. He may be required to give notice to his command, and if he wants benefits he has to inform them later.
congrats, man. Don't let any of the marriage-haters affect your decision (I encountered a lot of taht when i was about to get married). You can wear any service or dress uniform as long as you observe therelated regulations about ribbons, etc.
08-20-12, 12:40 AM #10
jfmario,there was a time you needed your CO'S permission to get married. Anyway joshmorales congrats to YOU and your new BRIDE.
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