Air Force Academy Puts Forward Transgender Officer as Model During Leadership Summit

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An activist and military service member who identifies as transgender was featured at the United States Air Force Academy to deliver a speech on leadership and inclusion.

Lieutenant Colonel Bree Fram, an engineer with the United States Space Force and advocate for transgender rights in the military, addressed attendees at the National Character and Leadership Symposium, which focused on the theme of “Embrace Culture, Empower People.”

The military official mentioned that he serves as a co-leader of the Department of the Air Force LGBTQ+ Initiatives Team

The Air Force’s LGBT Initiatives Team, with Fram’s assistance, has promoted progressive values within the military by recognizing events like transgender day of visibility.

America’s military is currently facing a significant recruiting challenge, with the Air Force, Army, and Navy all falling short of their recruiting targets in fiscal year 2023, especially in terms of white recruits. Republican officials have expressed concerns about the impact of politicizing the military on potential recruits.

Fram proceeded to urge individuals in leadership roles within the military to endorse progressive causes, displaying a slide emphasizing that military personnel can be allies to the LGBT community.

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