Seventy-five years ago, the United States dropped the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan, bringing an end to a long and devastating World War II and making the Enola Gay, the B that delivered it, one of the most famous in history. The remote-controlled gun turrets were also taken away to increase speed. Only the tail gun position was left to defend it from enemies. Paul W. Tibbets Jr. The Enola Gay, known only as No.
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The Battles that Remain: Military Service and LGBT Equality - Center for American Progress
Throughout its history, the U. Military has had an inconsistent policy when it comes to gay people in the military. However, when personnel needs increased due to combat, the military developed a habit of relaxing its screening criteria. Many gay people were admitted and served honorably during these conflicts. This did not eliminate discrimination, however, and these periods were relatively short-lived. As soon as the need for combat personnel decreased, the military would involuntarily discharge them.
Newsweek published this story under the headline "Homoeroticism in the Ranks" on July 26, In light of President Donald Trump banning transgender people from serving in the military, Newsweek is republishing the story. It would just make me sick. For young armed-forces recruits who are still uncertain of their footing in the male world, the gruff camaraderie of barracks life may provide a reassuringly masculine setting. For some, it may do the opposite.
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