Remembering Andrew Wilfahrt: Waiting for the Certification of the Repeal of “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell”

“Soldiers don’t die for our freedom of speech, they don’t die for patriotism, they don’t die for noble causes, they don’t die for our political agendas, soldiers die for each other.  If the man or woman to your right or left is doing their job, that’s all that matters.  Gender, race, creed, sexuality, just aren’t on their radar.  Can they shoot straight?  Can they take care of each other?  Do they have your back?  That’s all a soldier cares about.”

A message from the Courage Campaign.

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