A pilot from the US navy who recently came out in the open about his gay status is now forced to leave the navy after facing severe harassment from his fellow colleagues.
The pilot opened up about how difficult it was to face the criticism and harassment from his fellow members in the naval forces, mentioning how segregated they made him feel throughout his short tenure. And now, he sees no option but to quit.
Lt. Adam Adamski claims he joined the forces around 6 years back. And for most of his years, he says he felt quite supported as being a gay pilot. Now, however, things are a different story altogether. And that has to do with a recent incident that took place in 2019. leaving him shattered and no option but to leave.
The San Diego KPBS recently reported how Adamski served as a helicopter pilot for the US Navy’s search and rescue squadron.
Moreover, he is known to work very closely alongside the Marines.But in 2019, he had been invited to a Birthday Ball of the West Coast Marine Corps. The lavish event was held at the famous Pala Casino Spa and Resort. He also reportedly attended the after-party that took place too.
However, when he got back to his hotel room, he had a gut feeling that something just wasn’t right.Therefore, he mentioned how his room’s television had been moved, towards the doorway’s pivot.
Moreover, he also noticed how his dress white had been draped across the tv too.And that’s when he noticed how there was gay porn being shown on the television.
While other Marine motivated him to lodge a complaint against any and all responsible, which he later went on to do, after much persuasion. But things after that just weren’t the same. From facing a breakup with a fellow member of his squad to losing the feels of being an effective leader, he knew that the military would never welcome him with open arms.
Just last year, he suffered a road accident that truly hindered his flying capabilities further and that’s when he had decided to finally call it quits. His early retirement will be in the next few months, confirmed reports.