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For instance, if an officer is spending more time with one of his subordinates than others, the appearance of favoritism could certainly arise.
There are some specific rules about fraternizing in the Army, which has been updated in recent years to clearly define what's acceptable and what isn't.
The goal isn't to discourage soldiers from having any interpersonal relationships, or to prevent team-building among units, but to avoid unfair treatment and the appearance of unfair treatment between an officer or NCO and his subordinates.
Examples of fraternization include going to one another’s private homes or to clubs together, dating, sexual activities or any kind of favoritism.
The senior ranking officer in such situations is considered to have greater ability to promptly discontinue any behaviors in breach of policy, but both soldiers are considered equally accountable.