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Air Force honors gay rights icon the service kicked out in 1975
“When I was in the military, they gave me a medal for killing two men and a discharge for loving one.”
What it’s really like inside one of the military’s ‘extremism stand-downs’
“I would say my overall impression is we are not doing a good job educating the force on ... what represents extremist organizations."
Army chaplain under investigation for calling transgender troops ‘mentally unfit’ to serve
Chaplains represent "hundreds of American denominations and faith traditions" and are "charged to nurture the living."
The Pentagon tried to bury an alarming survey about widespread racism in the ranks
Where transparency goes to die.
Battalion command team in Korea suspended amid investigations of racism
"We have ZERO TOLERANCE for this in our formations and communities."
‘Sailors using the N-word’ — Navy leaders hear painful cases of racism amid crackdown on discrimination
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike Gilday directed the Navy to stand up a group to examine service policies amid the national conversations about race and discrimination
Black West Point cadets say they were called the N-word and ‘shunned’ for reporting discrimination
"I was told that I was going to rob someone because I was Black. A student made a noose and put it on his Black roommate's desk as a joke."
‘We are far from where we need to be’ — This Marine has made it her mission to fight discrimination in the ranks
"I used to be so timid, but now I won’t stop until I physically can’t go anymore.”
These NJ police officers were harassed by their bosses over their military service. They sued the department and won
Bloomfield, New Jersey police officers won $1 million in damages after a jury found they were discriminated against by department officials for nearly a decade because they served in the military
The Navy is changing its pilot call sign approval process after African-American aviators complained of racist designations
Instructor pilots with an F/A-18 Hornet training squadron in Virginia did not treat African-American pilots-in-training "with appropriate dignity and respect," using discriminatory call signs and having inappropriate and unprofessional discussions about them on social media
IAVA Survey Shows Troubling Gaps Between Male And Female Veterans
On the heels of a far-ranging Military Times poll of active-duty service members, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA)...