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The 1, recruits on hold because of the novel coronavirus pandemic may be eligible to be paid as privates under the new Future Soldier to Active Duty Program, U. Army Recruiting Command announced Thursday. Frank Muth, commanding general of Recruiting Command, said in the release.
At the core of "Coming Out Under Fire," Arthur Dong's quietly devastating documentary film about homosexuality in the military during World War II, are interviews with 10 gay men and women who served in the armed forces. Some, like Phillis Abry, a radio technician in the Women's Army Corps, were able to carry on homosexual relationships without being detected and received honorable discharges. Others, like Marvin Liebman, who was in the special services of the United States Army Air Corps, were identified as gay, having "psychopathic" personalities, and were discharged as undesirable. In the witch-hunt atmosphere that pervaded the military toward the end of the war, people suspected of being gay were relentlessly interrogated and manipulated into identifying other homosexuals.