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We’ve all got to stick together and support each other in any way we can!!Hi, my name is Jessica and I was the girlfriend and then the fiancé of an Army Ranger.And if that’s what it takes to be with my soldier, then throw anything you want at me – I’ll get through. I hope this helped out or gave hope or comfort to those of you who are also dating a soldier and/or are in a similar situation to mine.I know it gets rough, and sometimes, all we need to know is that we’re not alone, that someone else understands and is doing it too.
Eventually I decided that id stay with him, I went to his graduation, it was so nice to see him again. We spent a few weeks of leave together, and off he went to Germany. He and I always joke that our story would make such a good movie =] I met my soldier 5 years ago while hanging out with his older brother – my best friend at the time.Don't forget to ask about their family, that may be the cause of some of their sadness.13. It'll make it easier to talk about living together some day or even small visits once there's more time.14. Chances are, they'll want to be deployed but you have to know that they'll be okay. If you're worried about them being deployed, say something. Remind each other that you will be together during this process, even if it means forever.17. You'll have plenty from your partner if you ask for them to send you photos but having some of you two together is even better.18. Military members are able to provide for spouses and children, but don't rush marriage for this. Try to plan a future that allows for you to be on your own so those benefits aren't what you base some of your income on.20. My boyfriend would sing his cadences to me on the phone and I memorized them for him, I'm watching "Band of Brothers" for him, I learned the phonetic alphabet (Alpha, Bravo, Charlie, etc) for him, and I have all of my clocks in 24-hour time for him.Be prepared for all of your phone calls to be just you two updating each other on what happened that day or week.My husband enlisted in July of 2003, only months after we had invaded Iraq.Needless to say, I was not thrilled with his decision.