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Don't give up hope!
Submitted: 2006-06-06 14:25:06.000 (post #: 542)

To all our service men and women, don't give up hope that one day this great nation of ours will recognize and cheer the sacrafices that you make in keeping our country free and safe! You are all my heroes and heroines!!! God bless our military and God bless gays and lesbians (out or in )!!!
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A person to look up to not to look down on
Submitted: 2006-06-10 08:33:56.000 (post #: 545)

I have seen your movie and I really enjoyed. After I had joined the Navy it really brought reality of the population of the military on how prejudice they really treat their own.
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A person to look up to not to look down on
Julz story #1
Submitted: 2006-06-10 08:49:52.000 (post #: 546)

After I joined the Navy I really had an idea on how the military treats the people when they are "fit for full duty" then the person "comes out of the closet" or the "cat is out of the bag" the military treats these people like they did in Nathaniel Hawthorne's book, The Scarlet Letter. It seems to me that after you have been really ousted you cannot recover from whomever your friends were and who you really can trust anymore. I had three of my best friends to this day we joined the Navy together and after boot camp we still keep in touch since we went our separate ways for our duty stations or school. So I still keep in touch with them. So far they have been not been kicked out of the Navy for what they have told me. But I have met some people who were either slackers or malingers who should be released from active duty that have no place to be on our side to defend our freedom if they cannot even do their own job. As a Navy Vet I would like to applaude you Dr. Cammermeyer and telling us your story. I would like to congratulate you and Diane many happy years together and ENJOY YOUR LIVES TOGETHER! Thank you for serving our military for so many years and we applaude you for that.
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