- Eugene T. Gomulka replies. Gomulka, Eugene T. // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;May1993, Issue 33, p3
Presents a response by Eugene T. Gomulka to a letter to the editor about the issue of homosexuality in military service.
- NOTES & ASIDES. King, Florence; Tullock, Gordon; Kilpatrick, James Jackson // National Review;7/19/1993, Vol. 45 Issue 14, p22
Several letters to the editor in response to articles in previous issues including "Tender Hooks," by Florence King in the June 21, 1993 issue. Comments on an article regarding the capabilities of women and gays to be combat soldiers is discussed. An article regarding the debate between U.S....
- Obama consults advisers on military gay ban. // Gay & Lesbian Times;3/5/2009, Issue 1106, p14
The article reports on the consultation of U.S. President Barack Obama to his advisers on the matter over the military gay ban.
- A GAY VET? HERE'S HOW TO UPGRADE YOUR DISCHARGE. Johnson, R. Charles // Advocate;8/23/79, Issue 274, p10
Focuses on gay military men's discharge from service. Changes in military regulations; Provision of honorable dismissal for discharged military men; Procedures on how to apply to the Discharge Review Board within 15 years of separation.
- WHERE TO GET HELP. // Advocate;12/31/75, Issue 180, p15
Offers advice for gay men in the military who are being investigated for their sexual identity. Gays' awareness of their rights; Use of several devices by intelligence investigators to get people to admit their homosexuality; Organizations that offer help to gay men in the military service.
- Politics and military decision-making. Epperly, Jeff // Bay Windows;1/20/2000, pN.PAG
Discusses the involvement of politics in military issues in the U.S. Debate on the issue of gay participation in the armed services; Significance of politics to issues concerning military readiness; Factors which contribute to the issues concerning military readiness, pay and modernization.
- Navy changes gay sailor's discharge after 70 years. Cosens, Stacey // Pink Paper;9/23/2011, p10
The article reports on the decision of World War II veteran Melvin Dwork to change his discharge papers 70 years after he was expelled from U.S. Navy for being gay.
- SHORT TAKES: Seattle. // Advocate;4/3/80, Issue 289, p10
Reports on the charging of a gay man in the army with the murder of his roommate in Seattle, Washington D.C.
- ARGENTINE ARMY COMMANDER SOFTENS ANTI-GAY STANCE. Wockner, Rex // Bay Windows;9/1/1999, pN.PAG
Reports on the proposal of Argentinean General Martin Balza concerning the imprisonment of a military personnel discovered to be gay as of September 1, 1999. Punishment for a gay military personnel under the military code; Condition for the implementation of changes in military policy.