The US Air Force released a video of Lt. Col. Bree Fram, a biological male who is "the highest-ranking openly transgender" officer with Biden's DOD, to celebrate Trans Day of Visibility.
This is part of the "Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer/Questioning Initiatives Team (LIT) of the Department of the Air Force Barrier Analysis Working Group (DAFBAWG)."
The tweet was deleted amid backlash, but it was reposted by the Air Force. In the video, Fram, a biological male, explains that many see Fram as a trailblazer. Fram was introduced and interviewed by Under Secretary of the Air Force Gina Ortiz Jones, over whom Fram towers by at least a foot. Fram works in Space Acquisition Policies.
The Air Force issued a press release about their recognition of Transgender Day of Visibility. "TDoV," the US Air Force wrote, "is an international awareness day dedicated to celebrating the accomplishments and victories of transgender and gender-nonconforming people." And they shared a video highlighting Lt. Col. Bree Fram, the "highest-ranking openly transgender @DeptofDefense officer," about Fram's role "as the Deputy Chief of Acquisitions Policies and Process Division for the @SpaceForceDoD."
The US Air Force cited President Biden's initiatives as a reason that they believe gender identity is part of their purview. The US armed forces, instead, should be securing the United States and maintaining a preeminent fighting force.
President Biden thinks gender identity is really important as well, something that should be held up and recognized. The Air Force pointed that out, since the President is the commander in chief, and operates in many ways according to the President's directives.
"In 2021, President Joe Biden issued the first presidential proclamation officially recognizing Transgender Day of Visibility, stating, 'We honor and celebrate the achievements and resiliency of transgender individuals and communities,'" the Air Force wrote. On Biden's first day in office, he issued an executive order that conflated biological sex with gender identity, retroactively making laws that were about sex-based protections for women about gender identity-based protections for biological men who choose to present as women.
"It is important for the LIT to recognize TDoV because hundreds of transgender Airmen and Guardians served under the strain and restriction of two separate bans, while remaining dedicated to our country and missions," said Master Sgt. Jamie Hash, the LIT Transgender Policies co-lead. "Today is a day to step back and reflect on the obstacles the trans community has overcome, recognize the work left to do, while celebrating all transgender and non-binary DAF personnel who are serving and thriving as their authentic selves."
"The Department of the Air Force," the Air Force wrote, "remains dedicated to an inclusive environment where all Airmen and Guardians, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, can thrive and be enabled to perform at their best to solve complex problem sets of the 21st century operating environment."
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