Directed by Jeff Bleckner
120 minutes : Biographical Drama
On June 11, 1992, while being interviewed for a top-secret security clearance, Colonel Cammermeyer admitted that she was a lesbian. Subsequently, she became the highest ranking military officer ever discharged because of sexual orientation. This movie follows her military life through her discharge and reinstatement on June 1, 1994, by a Seattle Federal judge, who said that discharge based on sexual orientation was unconstitutional. Colonel Cammermeyer has resumed her duties while awaiting an appeal.
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