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The court takes a somewhat different view of military personnel than it does civilians. If the person is the primary custodian (meaning the children reside with them the majority of the time) the consent of the other parent is not required when they are transferred. The obvious reason the court sanctions this action is the parent has no control over the situation and must literally "follow orders." This does not prevent the other parent from petitioning the court for full custody or requesting to be appointed the primary custodial parent.

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