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Minors who are in foster care are under the direct supervision of the court. Therefore, they must have permission from the court (not the foster family) to marry, enlist in the military, change residency and so forth. The foster family is required to report to the court all issues concerning the foster child and pregnancy would definitely be brought to the attention of the court. So it is irrelevant if the adult male request permission to marry the minor female in regards to his facing criminal or civil penalties. It would be in the best interest of the adult male to speak with the base AG office (through the chain of command) or if preferrable the base chaplain for guidance before taking any further action.

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