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FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE GOVERNMENT: A Memoir of a US Navy Veteran Discharged For Being Gay By George Richard Phillip Zimmerman, Jr
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For The Convenience of the Government is a memoir of Petty Officer Phillip Zimmerman, who was discharged from military service because of his sexual orientation and the discriminatory policies of... More > the United States Government. Petty Officer Zimmerman recounts his memories, from his life as a painfullly lonely teenager in Philadelphia to his meteoric rise as one of the most competent and capable Arabic and Farsi Crypto-Linguists in the Navy and the destructive end of a promising career at the hands of a trusted colleague. This is one man's story about proudly serving his nation while coming to terms with a deep secret about who and what he really is. The publication of this book is intended to raise the public awareness of the persecution that gay personnel have historically experienced in the U.S. military and to emphasize the necessity of the repeal of the "Dont Ask Don't Tell" policy.< Less
FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE GOVERNMENT: A Memoir of a US Navy Veteran Discharged For Being Gay HARDCOVER By George Richard Phillip Zimmerman, Jr
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For The Convenience of the Government is a memoir of Petty Officer Phillip Zimmerman, who was discharged from military service because of his sexual orientation and the discriminatory policies of the... More > United States Government. Petty Officer Zimmerman recounts his memories, from his life as a painfullly lonely teenager in Philadelphia to his meteoric rise as one of the most competent and capable Arabic and Farsi Crypto-Linguists in the Navy and the destructive end of a promising career at the hands of a trusted colleague. This is one man's story about proudly serving his nation while coming to terms with a deep secret about who and what he really is. The publication of this book is intended to raise the public awareness of the persecution that gay personnel have historically experienced in the U.S. military and to emphasize the necessity of the repeal of the "Dont Ask Don't Tell" policy.< Less

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Left to Die Left to Die By Wes Rand
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