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Assessing the implications of allowing transgender personnel to serve openly

Agnes Gereben Schaefer

Assessing the implications of allowing transgender personnel to serve openly

by Agnes Gereben Schaefer

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Armed Forces,
  • Transgender military personnel,
  • Minorities

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (pages 85-91).

    StatementAgnes Gereben Schaefer, Radha Iyengar, Srikanth Kadiyala, Jennifer Kavanagh, Charles C. Engel, Kayla M. Williams, Amii M. Kress ; prepared for the Office of the Secretary of Defense
    Series[Research report] -- RR-1530-OSD, Research report (Rand Corporation) -- RR-1530-OSD.
    ContributionsIyengar, Radha, 1980- author, Kadiyala, Srikanth, author, Kavanagh, Jennifer, 1981- author, Engel, Charles C., author, Williams, Kayla, author, Kress, Amii M., author, Rand Corporation, United States. Department of Defense
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUB418.T72 S33 2016
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 91 pages
    Number of Pages91
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27215828M
    ISBN 10083309436X
    ISBN 109780833094360
    OCLC/WorldCa947814216

      Normally transgender in the population is about 1 in everywhere else, as low as %. That is, the US military has close to 50 times more transgenders than most populations on the planet. % if you go by wikipedias stats for US domestic, thats still 3, 4 times more in the US Military. agnes Gereben Schaefer et al., Assessing the Implications of Allowing Transgender Personnel to Serve Openly, raND Corporation () Brad Sears & Christy Mallory, Documented Evidence Of Employment Discrimination & Its Effects On LGBT People.

      Aaron Belkin, Caring for Our Transgender Troops –The Negligible Cost of Transition-Related Care, New Eng. J. Med. (Sept. 17, ) Agnes Gereben Schaefer et al., Assessing the Implications of Allowing Transgender Personnel to Serve Openly, RAND Corp. (), available at. Allowing transgender military personnel to serve openly without fear of exclusion would be a huge step toward equality. It has been recognized by some academics that the inclusion of all LGBT personnel in the military is more than a mere human rights issue, it is argued that for militaries to survive in the twenty-first century diversity is.

      ^ “The Implications of Allowing Transgender Personnel to Serve Openly in the U.S. Military” (PDF). RAND. Retrieved 30 July ^ Alford, Brandon; Lee, Shawna J. (). “Toward Complete Inclusion: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, And Transgender Military Service Members After Repeal Of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”. Social Work. –   RAND Corp., "Assessing the Implications of Allowing Transgender Personnel to Serve Openly," Email, National Center for Transgender Equality media relations manager Jay Wu, J


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If transgender personnel are allowed to serve openly in the U.S. military, it will be important to assess whether any changes would need to be made to policies.

The RAND study reviewed 36 accession, retention, separation, and deployment. For years the Pentagon has been studying the effects of allowing transgender people to serve openly.

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Transgender Service Member Policy Implementation Fact Sheet; Memo: Military Service of Transgender Service Members; DoDI: In-Service Transition for Service Members Identifying as Transgender; RAND Report: Assessing the Implications of Allowing Transgender Personnel to Serve Openly.

Transgender People Will Be Allowed to Serve Openly in Military Defense Secretary Ashton B. Carter announced new rules allowing transgender individuals to serve openly in the military.

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Nearly a year later, Carter announced a new policy that immediately allowed transgender service members “to openly serve in the U.S. armed forces” without fear of discharge.

The policy also.