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OutServe Magazine | Nov/Dec 2012

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OutServe Magazine
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
48 pages Saddle-stitched
DADT, fashion, gay, lesbian, lgbt, military, OutServe, sldn, transgender, travel

The repeal of DADT has left many gaps in policy that the services are only now beginning to address. Among these are an absence of Status of Forces protections for gay military professionals who are deployed to areas where it is still illegal to "be" gay, a ban on international travel for HIV+ service members, and a ban on transgender service. We delve into these issues, highlighting areas that need focus, as well as areas that the services are now beginning to address, such as the Navy's progress toward lifting of their ban on international travel for HIV+ service members.

Also in this issue, we take you on a trip across four combatant commands in our Let's Go! travel section, pointing out areas to visit and things to do when traversing the globe in your military duties. Check out our War Journal, which features regular stories from service members on the front lines, and in our feature article, become enamored with OutServe-SLDN's new executive director, Allyson Robinson.

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