Awesome! I remember being in the Army during DADT, then when it was repealed. I’m proud that you are recognizing the LGBT Stitch Ohana means nobody gets left behind shirt our brothers and sisters have faced. So the Army’s birthday was good enough for the month of June? Instead, you fill the sky with rainbows. It’s a shame how many people are still so blind to the horrible impact DADT had on thousands of LGBT service members. Thank you for this post. Despite ignorance and hate from a very small minority, the overwhelming support means a lot to many. So why throw it in our face! Are we thinking all the straight men and women who r serving our country with Dolce? Thanks to all our straight soldiers!!! God Bless you!!!
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Especially LGBT Stitch Ohana means nobody gets left behind shirt. When did the FM 670-1 change on relations and UCMJ just a question I’m not giving any criticism? I’m so glad my retired Green Beret dad is not here to see this! Pride months are divisive and should, therefore, be replaced by military reflection and Pride. I think you made a typo. June is PTSD awareness month!! Why are we dedicating a month to bring awareness to soldiers’ sexual preferences? Are Christian Soldiers exempt from this commemoration or does their religious freedom rank below this in the order of priorities? There are soldiers and vets who are also straight with LGBT kids and family members serving and support them success. Thank you for supporting the LGBT community as well as the friends and family members. All you negative Nancys are why we have pride month, so keep it up.