The annual parade began at 10 a. The 1. As always, dozens of colorful floats made their way through the procession. Spectators lined the route, waving and dancing in the spirit of unity, inclusion, and diversity.
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After graduating from the Air Force Academy in and becoming an active-duty member of the military , though, he realized two things: one, he was gay, and two, if he wanted to fulfill his dream in the military, he would have to lie about who he was — something that went directly against the values of honor and integrity that had been drilled in during military school. Seefried — who dreamed of serving in the military since sixth-grade space camp — slowly began creating a network of other closeted members of the military, which came to be known as OutServe. Not long after its repeal, Seefried wrote a book about the experience, then the Air Force officer left the military, and began working in the yachting industry. This interview, which was compiled from two conversations, has been edited and condensed for clarity. I was being snuck into an auditorium at the Department of the Interior — that was the biggest auditorium the federal government has, so they did the presidential signing there.
Adolf Hitler easily charmed the German people with ideas of a greater Germany—which ultimately extended into the occupation of other nations and led to full-scale world war that would involve more than 70 nations and claim more than 40 million lives worldwide. The United States again resisted joining the war until attacked on the home front by Japan. The next day America declared war. By war's end, more than 16 million U. Although the majority of WWII records are not publicly available, Ancestry has gathered together enlistment records, draft registration cards, POW records and more.