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Geared towards members of the armed forces, Military Cupid aims to match single military members with like-minded singles. Military Cupid is a dating website for either military members, or singles mostly women who are looking to date men who are in the military.

Military Cupid was founded in Military Cupid is mostly a clone of other Cupid Media websites, except that it is aimed at military members. However, there are few military-specific features such as being able to specify rank, unit, or decorationsand people of all occupations can join. Military cupid review members can quickly establish a basic account, and have the option of using their Facebook account as their login credentials, as well as logging in to Facebook to import up to five photos.

Free users can browse profiles, while paid users can Military cupid review from one of two tiers Gold or Platinum to communicate with other users. A fast and easy matching option is available, where all members who meet certain criteria Military cupid review specify including age, gender and proximity will appear, and the user can browse through these options.

Members are able to chat and send each other emails, and Platinum members can also initiate video chat with other members. In addition to the matching feature, members can also search through other profiles and get more specific; you can also search by branch of service such as army, navy, coast guard, etc.

For military members worried about security, there is also the advantage of being able to verify your identity with the scan of a government issued ID; members can also see which other members are verified. Translation services are also available Military cupid review Platinum members as well. The sign up process is fast, with the added option of a Facebook login providing an even more streamlined process.

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Users are asked a few basic checklist questions, and then three short, open-ended questions. Up to five photos can be uploaded, with the option of direct Facebook upload.

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