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In the case of non-commissioned officers and other enlisted, dress blues or Army green uniforms may be worn at formal or informal weddings.
A female military member (officer or enlisted) may wear a traditional bridal gown, or she may be married in uniform. The "Arch of Sabres" is usually part of a military formal wedding.
This is simply because the benefits are so generous and both spouses typically make sacrifices for those benefits to be earned.
There is a federal statute called the Uniformed Services Former Spouse Protection Act (“USFSPA”) that was put in place to address this common issue.
One can get married in a base chapel, just as one can get married in a church off-base.
Base chaplains offer a complete variety of marriage choices, including religious (almost any denomination), non-religious, casual, civilian-formal, and military-formal.
There are multiple forms to complete; you must obtain counseling and your commander's permission (which is rarely withheld without very good reason); your spouse must undergo a security background check and pass a medical examination.The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (“SCRA”) is a federal law passed to protect active duty service members from being attacked in court.The law will not stop a divorce proceeding, but it can delay proceedings while the U. Department of Defense makes arrangements for the service member to participate.Finally, the marriage has to be "recognized" by the United States Embassy. Regardless of where or who, once married, if the spouse is non-military, the military member can bring a copy of the certified marriage certificate to the Personnel Headquarters on the base to receive a dependent ID card for the spouse, and enroll the spouse in DEERS (Defense Eligibility Enrollment Reporting System), to qualify for military benefits such as medical coverage and commissary and base exchange privileges. If you have PCS (Permanent Change of Station) orders and get married before you actually make the move, you can have your spouse added to your orders and the military will pay for the relocation of your spouse and her property (furniture and such).However, if you report to your new duty assignment first, and then get married, you will have to pay for the relocation of your spouse out of your own pocket. Each military base has one (or more) chapels that are used for religious services.
The military formal wedding would entail the following: An officer or enlisted personnel in the bridal party wear uniforms in accordance with the formality of the wedding and seasonal uniform regulations.