That’s a good point, DixieChick. To me, this has never been a question about whether homosexuals belong in the U.S. military. As far as I’m concerned, the bigger question is whether right-thinking, God-fearing people belong in the U.S. military. With the overt politicization of the military and its role as an armed force that is used to impose our secular culture around the world, I believe it’s long past the time for people with religious inclinations to get the hell out.
I don’t know what you are talking about. I was talking about the Navy being PC in general.
The reason he got out had a bit to do with unit cohesiveness. But, it also had a great deal to do with the Navy giving the best assignments to those pilots who didn’t make the grades. They were being “fair.”
My husband went to the PAC fleet right out of the training command. So, what good was it for him, career wise, to accept anything less for his next tour of duty? Even though he had the best fitness reports among his peers?
He was offered an accelerated promotion in rank...two years early...if he would stay in. It’s too bad that the best pilots left the Navy during that time due to PC thinking on their part.