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Earlier this year, the Navy dismissed the commander of the Kitty Hawk as the carrier made its way to the Persian Gulf because he had engaged in “an improper relationship with a female naval officer.”Restricting trysts to shore time is the best policy for avoiding legal or career ramifications, says the ship’s command judge advocate, Lt. Mark Holley.“As long as it doesn’t violate the fraternization policy and they maintain a professional environment on board, it’s OK,” Holley said of relationships between crew members.
Gerry Goyins, the ship’s senior medical officer.“I’ve been pleasantly surprised that it hasn’t been a bigger problem,” said Goyins, observing that the vast majority of the ship’s crew and air wing are college-age and single.
After the initial spate of pregnancies, a concerted effort was made among senior enlisted women to encourage subordinates to keep in mind their commitments to the Navy. You just can’t have any physical contact,” said Chief Richard Kleiner, a religious programs specialist in the Chaplain’s Department. Kendall Card has informed the “khakis” to keep an eye on their people, says Kleiner, referring to the chiefs and officers who supervise enlisted personnel.“If we see people too close or in a dark area, we tell them not to get themselves in trouble, to take it to the mess decks if they want to have a conversation,” he said.
The Lincoln crew is about 11% female, about average for most of the 12 aircraft carriers in service.
Unsolicited advances from the male majority are the routine, says Petty Officer 3rd Class Rebecca Rutledge, a 22-year-old machinist’s mate engaged to a sailor on shore duty.“In all truthfulness, it depends how long we’ve been at sea,” she said of her crew mates’ solicitations. Rose Rice, the ship’s psychologist, said that incidents of inappropriate contact brought to her attention are mostly the predictable excesses of young sailors far and long away from home.“Love doesn’t usually make rhyme or reason.
In the race-car vernacular favored by the captain, the infraction is called “swapping paint.” Inappropriate contact between men and women of the 5,500-member mixed crew is rare because of the severe penalties imposed on violators of the Navy’s ban on fraternization and intimacy aboard its vessels.