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Military Member of the Month

June Military Member of the Month

Rear Admiral Anthony Kurta, United States Navy Retired

United States Navy

Anthony M. Kurta > U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE > Biography

Rear Admiral Anthony Kurta, United States Navy (Retired) is best known for advocating for LGBT rights in the different branches of military service. He was commissioned in 1981 after graduating from the United States Naval Academy with merit, and served over thirty-two years on active duty as a Navy Surface Warfare Officer, commanding several ships and Combined Joint Task Force - Horn of Africa. His awards include the Distinguished Service Medal, Defense Superior Service medal, Legion of Merit, and Meritorious Service Medal, as well as other awards and unit commendations. After retiring in 2013, he assumed the duties of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Military Personnel Policy in September of 2014. While serving as Undersecretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness, he led the Pentagon's 6th annual LGBT pride event.

"The struggles, sacrifices and successes among the LGBT community continue to shape our history and remind us to uphold tolerance and justice for all," Rear Admiral Kurta said during LGBT Pride Month in 2017. 


MAST Cadets participating in our annual 9/11 Memorial Ceremony. 


Outstanding job to all cadets who participated in the OJR Drill Meet!
We are so proud of you.