Holding all other things constant, guys who stated that they were in the military (like those who said they were doctors or lawyers or firefighters) did have an advantage online.The research doesn’t say, but we can make some educated guesses. Military guys also marry sooner than their civilian counterparts.When I sent Dede a link to Chandler’s official Defense Department bio, she messaged back: “OMG! Others tell their victims they desperately want to meet in person but must pay to go on leave.
Photos of senior Army leaders have proved so popular that the Army’s public affairs office monitors misuse.
“They pop up in the 20s per day, usually with Facebook,” Master Sgt. Some victims have a tough time accepting that they’ve been scammed.
Dede (not her real name), who lives in Montgomery County, Md., thought she'd found him once. A mother of three, she divorced after 24 years of marriage."It was not my decision," Dede said. Of course, there's one sure-fire way of maximizing exposure to multiple potential partners, and that's by harnessing the power of the Internet.
Still, she said, "it was something that needed to happen."Dede had been out of the dating scene for a while. Dede is not of the age that typically uses online dating.
Or that they were interested in the status implied by medals, ribbons and shiny brass buttons. I wonder if the advantage military men have in online dating is something more prosaic.