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Read here: OutServe Magazine features 'The New DADT: Transgender Service'

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From OutServe magazine:

It's Here!

OutServe Magazine | Jan/Feb 2012

We are thrilled to be able to share with you our latest issue of OutServe Magazine! This issue goes father than ever before - interviews with commanders on the ground about DADT implementation, a war journal from our deployed troops, an interview with a gay ambassador, a discussion of how service academies lead repeal, a new fitness section ... but the article we are most excited to bring you is "The New DADT: Transgender Service." Referring to this article in the Editorial Note of the Magazine, Associate Editor David Small writes:

"OutServe Board member Katie Miller exposes, for possibly the first time in print anywhere, experiences of transgender service members. With LGB people now able to serve openly, there is still a group of people in our community who cannot. The transgender struggle for open service faces different challenges than ours did and this article sheds light on this secretive problem."

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