Jennifer Peace, an Army captain and intelligence officer with a wife and three children — and more than 12 years’ service including tours in Iraq and Afghanistan — said the depth of frustration and anxiety following President Donald Trump’s tweets that transgender people wouldn’t be allowed to serve in the military is difficult to describe.
Jennifer Peace, an Army captain and intelligence officer with a wife and three children — and more than 12 years’ service including tours in Iraq and Afghanistan — said the depth of frustration and anxiety following President Donald Trump’s tweets that transgender people wouldn’t be allowed to serve in the military is difficult to describe. Drew Perine Staff file, 2015
Jennifer Peace, an Army captain and intelligence officer with a wife and three children — and more than 12 years’ service including tours in Iraq and Afghanistan — said the depth of frustration and anxiety following President Donald Trump’s tweets that transgender people wouldn’t be allowed to serve in the military is difficult to describe. Drew Perine Staff file, 2015

They saw Trump’s tweets weeks ago, but transgender military are still left on a ledge

August 17, 2017 11:07 AM