Well, I guess I'd be hated at the USNA for believing in the integrity of the rules and what I swore an oath to obey, I'll take that with a badge of honor...."sir". And I thought all those rules I was forced to follow as an enlisted Marine a hundred years ago were draconian lol I was right, what's good for the officers in not necessarily good for the enlisted men. BTW, I'm not talking about pregnancy either Quoted from Marvin7794, the USNA "Pregnancy thread "What a road we're traveling down now. I don't know why getting preggars is a question of honor. As someone already stated, she is still very capable of fulfilling her commitment to the Navy. It isn't like she was going to be a SEAL or a bubble head anyway, so the fact that she is pregnant will be minimally invasive to her ability to serve. As for holding the rules intact, people need to get real and look at the situation like a human being. The position taken by Maximus reminds me of people at the academy who are hated and have no friends. We are all human. She had sex - like a human - and had a kid - like a human. She did nothing wrong. She didn't cheat on a test, steal from someones room or lie about drinking underage. Kudos to her for working the system. Every mid does what they have to do to get by. She skated and she rated. As for her being forced to admit her condition, coercion is a fairly common tactic in conduct cases (which this is). "