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USA - Jan 27, 2005, The specialist dating site has come across the pond from the UK to the USA, and is launched in time for Valentine’s Day.

The site is designed to match up people within the armed, emergency, and other uniformed services. It is also available for those who fancy a date ’in uniform’. It has been a resounding success in the UK.

Geoff Hyams, an ex-Detective Inspector with the London Metropolitan Police says, “Different branches of the uniformed services have always had an affinity with each other, and there are many romances and marriages within them. Many ’civilians’ also find people in these lines of work attractive and it’s great to have somewhere you can go to meet each other.”

The company that launched Uniform Dating also runs leading UK armed service and police websites and noticed high levels of mutual support after 9/11 and during the Gulf and Iraq wars. Mike Wenn, ex Royal Navy and now a webmaster with the company said, “American and British troops, police, medical, fire and emergency service personnel have a huge amount of respect for each other. After 9/11 there was a flood of traffic through our sites offering support and condolences to their US colleagues. Similarly, throughout the Gulf and Iraq conflicts the level of mutual support for the troops on both sides has been fantastic”.

Mike says he noticed many US residents joining Uniform Dating and so it was decided to create a US specific site. “The reception has been fantastic”, he says. “The support shown to us from the American uniformed services has been outstanding. The new website will be great fun, allowing those from the uniformed services throughout the USA to meet for friendship and romance - and also for others from outside those professions to meet and date partners ’in uniform’.”

Caroline Lang, an ex UK police officer now working on Uniform Dating adds, “It will also be great that, via the Internet, a UK police officer will be able to strike up a relationship with a New York fire fighter, or a nurse in San Francisco can get together with a Air Force officer in London. We’re waiting for the trans-Atlantic wedding bells!”


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