You will have many options from which to choose, including intelligence, combat support, law enforcement, arts and media, healthcare and aviation.
Thank you That would be a violation of the OPNAVINST (5370.2C)The language in the regulation is clear Personal relationships between officers and enlisted which are unduly familiar are prohibited This is true even if they are at different commands So dating is a clear violation of the rule. For Fraternization, this is exactly what the OPNAVINST does.
And if there was evidence of an improper relationship PRIOR to the marriage that could be grounds to prosecute So meet and marry? The services can then implement rules to enforce this regulation.
Such a rule would likely violate the US Constitution. The problem could be if there was a marriage, the Navy could investigate any pre marriage relationship. Example, Art 86 UCMJ, is the section that requires members to be at their jobs, on time.
During this process, you will talk to a recruiter, attend Basic Combat Training (BCT), and choose your Army job.