The British Army is flying the rainbow flag at more than 300 locations across the world this week.
This week, rainbow flags have been flying at 300 Army locations throughout the world, to celebrate LGBT Pride.
Lt Gen Patrick Sandersthe Commander Field Army and the Army’s LGBT Champion, said: “Under fire, no one cares if someone is black or white, gay or straight; an individual should be valued for who he or she is and what they can do.
“Raising the rainbow flag across the Field Army is a clear symbol of our inclusive approach to all groups, regardless of preference or difference.
“Only by fully embracing our diversity will we be set to overcome the varied challenges of the future.”
Lt Gen Sanders will be marching alongside Army LGBT personnel at Pride in London on Saturday.
He said: “I’m proud to be the Army’s …