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Out in the Army James Wharton

Out in the Army von James Wharton

Out in the Army James Wharton

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The updated edition of James Wharton's moving journey - Out in the Army.

Out in the Army Zusammenfassung

Out in the Army: My Life as a Gay Soldier James Wharton

Seeking escape from the quiet countryside of North Wales, the young James Wharton joined the British Army with adventure on his mind - and he found it - At basic training, boozing and brawling accompany the daily trials of army life, but all the while James faces a battle of his own: he is gay, and finding the courage to tell not only his family and friends but also his fellow soldiers will be the biggest challenge of all. Written with searing honesty, and updated to include a new chapter, James charts his incredible journey from punchbag to poster boy, describing the troubles and trials of coming to terms with his sexuality via late nights in Soho clubs and early mornings at ceremonial events. The first openly gay person to appear on the cover of Soldier, the British Army's official magazine, James has played an active role in developing support networks for gay men and women within the forces. A courageous and candid account from the soldier who escorted the Queen to the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, endured rocket attacks in the deserts of Iraq and served alongside Prince Harry on the plains of Canada - this is James's life out in the army.

Über James Wharton

James Wharton, originally from Wrexham, North Wales, joined the British Army in August 2003. On completion of his initial training James entered the ranks of the Household Cavalry, choosing to be a member of the elite Blues and Royals. He left the army in April 2013. He lives in Windsor.

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Out in the Army: My Life as a Gay Soldier James Wharton
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