Here is a link to MND-N General Order Number 1 that includes the new ban on impregnating or becoming pregnant in the operational area. Paragraph 3.s. (page 4) is the one that is relevant, and reads:
Becoming pregnant, or impregnating a Soldier, while assigned to the Task Force Marne AOR, resulting in the redeployment of the pregnant Soldier.
H/t bobmccarty.com (his story has some data on soldiers already punished pursuant to ¶ 3.s.). Interestingly the way the ban is worded, it excludes ciivilians or contractors that are subject to the UCMJ that may become pregnant, but not those that impregnate a member of the armed forces.
Silly question, because of the way it is worded, can Devil Dogs (and sailors and airmen) become impregnated or impregnate fellow Devil Dogs willy nilly without fear of liability?
Finally, as an astute colleague of ours said aloud, ¶ 3.s. ain’t the only controversial addition to the list of prohibited activities (though he used slightly better English than I did). What about “Directly or indirectly causing a Soldier’s next-of·kin to become aware of a casualty before the next-of-kin is officially notified through the casualty notification process?”