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Gay soldiers get a little more than they bargained for in the military. In fact, they get more than they're ever going to get from a variety of sources. For years, the military was reluctant to admit to its gay soldiers that they exist. The military didn't want to risk giving them more work in the military. After all, it was the soldiers who were expected to fight for the nation. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, the military was not only open, but it was also welcoming.

"There is a huge stigma attached to homosexuality," said Sgt. First Class Brian H. Hennick, a retired brigadier general. "That is something we as a having a boyfriend in the army country had not dealt with. This is a different type of problem." But now, there is some new talk that it is time to try to move the problem on, because "we have to do something," said Mr. Hennick. "We have to start having a discussion." Mr. Hennick, who is now vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said that "some people are saying that we are going to send in a few more troops." He said that the military was struggling with the problem, but "there's no one person or group in the military who can take this on, and there's nothing in the budget that we can do. And I don't mean that as an insult. We have a lot of resources. We're an extremely large country, but our ability to respond is extremely limited." "We are talking about a large, complex, multi-national enterprise where we need a huge amount of expertise," he added. "If you can get that on your side, it could be a huge advantage." Hennick, a former Pentagon official and former Navy SEAL, said that the United States should try to encourage homosexuals to enlist, but that the Pentagon was already doing so, and that such a thailand cupid dating push should be made as part of an overall national strategy. "There's a lot of concern in the military about having a high attrition rate and a high death rate," he said. "One way to reduce that is by having these types of relationships, and we haven't had the support for that." "We should make sure that we're supporting that, that we're encouraging that," he said, "and that there's some kind of understanding that this is part of a national security strategy." When asked what military training would be involved in same-sex relationships, Hennick responded that it would "not be sex." As for the military's response to those who oppose gay marriage, Hennick said that he had heard that "a lot of single chat online those people have a very dark view of the institution. They are very, very critical of the military as being an institution that has been and continues to be about violence and war." He added, "I think we need to get to know each other and see each other's humanity and try to understand each other, rather than having a very negative view of each other." Hennick went on, "I do think that the issue of gay marriage chatroom irani and the military in general has really been overlooked and we need to start talking about it more, and I think that's what needs to happen." "The question for me is, what is it going to take to get the military to change its policy in the military, to say that in order to get out of Afghanistan, we need to be able to prison pen pals georgia commit a huge amount of combat forces for the first six or seven months?" he asked. "We need to get that to a level where it's going to actually have an impact. And that's a very important point, because the military has been very reticent to make this change." "I think it's very, very important to the nation that we can say to the military that it's okay, that it's ok, that we need more men and women serving in the military," he added. The gay military activist added that he would also like to see "more support for our military's transgender personnel." Hennick said that his views are in line tattooed guys with those of the US Department of Defense, which says that it is "conducting a comprehensive study on the effectiveness of its LGBT policy and programs." "If the military doesn't see it as a priority, and if they think that we're just going to continue to push this issue in the hope that american single girls somehow we'll make some kind of big splash in the media, I think we are going to find out very soon that we're not going to have that splash." Hennick believes that the United States should adopt policies that include "compulsory military service for homosexual persons," although he didn't say whether he supported "gay marriage" or "gay rights" in the military. "I do believe that we should have to provide a very high level of commitment in order to be able to do these missions, and I think that would mean we should have some kind of a policy like that, in addition to allowing our military people to serve," he said. Asked about his position on military service by gays, Hennick said that his main reason was that "it makes the military more interesting." "I think it is absolutely important to have a military that's going to be a lot more interesting to the American people, because it's not a military for just the military," he said. "I think that the way we get more interesting is by having a military where the soldiers and sailors and airmen and marines are actually being able to live out a life that they want to live, rather than being forced to live a life that is more in line with the government." Hennick also said that he supports the military's efforts to help those who have been abused by members of their own military.