D-Day June 6, 1944

I want to point out that during the D-Day offensive on June 6, there were many Soldiers there who were LGBT. Just around that time there wasn’t as much support for LGBT people in the military we should remember that all the soldiers involved in the D-Day offensive deserve to be respected and honored for the sacrifice they all made and friends they’ve lost during World War 2 a lot of the soldiers didn’t even know most of the men and women who fought beside them. The fact that the military is still evolving to a point where all soldiers can serve openly if they so choose to do so is a testament to how great our military really is and that when it comes down to it, it shouldn’t matter weather or not the person fighting at your side is a homosexual, bisexual, transgender, or whatever the only thing that should matter is if you can trust that person to have your back in a firefight.


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