I see; thank you for that information.
Adultery is actually a crime in the military, even if the individual is separated because such conduct is determined to be prejudicial to good order, discipline, and may bring embarrassment and discredit to the military division.
The Uniform Code of Military Justice is here:
Article 134 deals directly with adultery.
So it is not uncommon for a military member to cease communications, at least until either the investigation is over, or until a divorce is finalized.
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