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One Hundred Four 20051121

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One hundred four members of Congress now support the Military Readiness Enhancement Act.  Read More…

My struggle with homosexuality 20051119

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Though I’m able to trace my homosexuality back to at least age six, it was never at the forefront of my consciousness until I reached puberty. Read more…

Pride 20051118

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Blog distorts truth 20051117

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While looking for material for today’s post, I came across this blog entry by a Peter Blackwell.

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Soldier’s Creed 20051116

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Like the Army Values, the Soldier’s Creed is a recent development. A few years ago, this simply did not exist; the Army in recent years has been moving toward trying to instill a sense of pride into us, and this creed is a result.

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New look 20051114

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I’ve just finished customizing a new theme I found.

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LDRSHIP 20051114

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Some people may wonder why a gay man would want to be a part of an institution which discriminates against gay and lesbians. For me, the answer is easy: there is much more to my life than my orientation, and the Army Values summarize perfectly why this Soldier serves.

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Eyeing the merchandise 20051114

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So today I was at the PX (Post Exchange, for you civilian folk out there) doing some window shopping in the Power Zone.

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New location 20051102

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I’ve moved the blog to its own domain so that I can have more control over the layout.  Sorry, but wordpress.com is too restrictive for me.

 Army of 1 in 10

Fall in! 20051101

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Welcome to my blog!

I am Anonymous Soldier, and I am an Army of One in Ten.  Yes, that means I’m gay.

I intend to use this blog as my opportunity to make my voice heard and with luck, contribute to the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.”  Right now, our best shot at making this happen is convincing our Representatives in Congress to support the Military Readiness Enhancement Act of 2005.

If you want to know more about me,  march on over to my “about” page over there in the sidebar.  Other than what I choose to disclose in my blog posts, that’s pretty much all you’re going to know about me, as maintaining my anonymity is of paramount importance.  I’ve served my nation honorably for six years, and I have no intention of allowing my career to be taken away from me.

So welcome to my blog!  I welcome all points of view, encourage discourse, and expect dissent.  Just don’t drink the kool-aid here (I’ve poisoned it). 

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