When you get a call from your commanding officer at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, you can't refuse it. Those orders could take you away from your family in the middle of the night, they could send you out of the state and could leave your spouse and children (if any) on their own for days, weeks or months, and sometimes longer. Living under those conditions could cause your marriage to break down.
In Ohio, when a child is born to a married couple consisting of a man and a woman, paternity is generally unquestioned. However, if you were not married to the mother of your child at the time of birth, you are not the legal father. You have no parental rights and cannot enjoy a positive relationship with your child.