On Tuesday, [OutServe] will publish an issue featuring photographs and biographies of [Force 1st Lt. Josh Seefried] and 100 other gay service members. It will be available online and at Army and Air Force commissaries.

OutServe, which has grown to 4,300 members in more than 40 chapters from Alaska to Iraq, has had an exceptionally aggressive rise since February 2010 launch. From the start, Seefried and a tech-savvy civilian friend, Ty Walrod, saw its mission as two-fold: to ease the isolation of gay service members and to educate the public about the price of requiring them to serve in silence.

[AP] [101 Faces of Courage - OutServe]

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    Tomorrow: 1st Lt. Josh Seefried and 1st. Lt. Karl Johnson, on the repeal of DADT.
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    I don’t know if I like this, ONLY because it could come back and bite them on the ass. Yes, I’m openly gay, but I did do...
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