Hello, my name is XXXXX XXXXX X look forward to assisting you today. I bring nearly 20 years of experience in various legal disciplines, including JAG.There is no law against cheating on a fiancé. The military doesn't legally recognize that relationship as formal, so it isn't legally "adultery" to cheat in the sort of relationship.Where there could be trouble is if the soldier lied to his command about why he needed emergency leave and what his purpose was for taking it. That could be considered a false official statement (depending on how the statement was made to command).So, it could present issues for the soldier if the commander is upset about being apparently lied to about the need and use for the emergency leave.
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