For most of our modern history, service in the United States military has been seen as a noble profession; one that garners respect, admiration and honor for the service member. This is no different for LGBTQ Americans who served their country with honor. Yet since before we were officially a country, there have been regulations and policies forcing these servicemembers to perform their duties in silence. Please join Nathaniel Boehme, LGBTQ veteran coordinator for the Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs, for a look at LGBTQ Americans in the military.
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