Throughout its history, the U. Military has had an inconsistent policy when it comes to gay people in the military. However, when personnel needs increased due to combat, the military developed a habit of relaxing its screening criteria. Many gay people were admitted and served honorably during these conflicts. This did not eliminate discrimination, however, and these periods were relatively short-lived. As soon as the need for combat personnel decreased, the military would involuntarily discharge them.
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Mark Thomas Esper born April 26,   is an American politician, business executive, and defense strategist who served as the 27th United States secretary of defense from July to November and the 23rd secretary of the Army from November to July He was deployed and saw active service in the Gulf War. After leaving military service, he was chief of staff at the Heritage Foundation , a Congressional staffer, a deputy assistant secretary of defense, and a senior executive for the Aerospace Industries Association , the Global Intellectual Property Center , and the U. Chamber of Commerce. Immediately before joining the Trump administration , Esper worked as a defense industry lobbyist representing Raytheon as its vice president of government relations.