Manning entered prison as a man named Bradley. She later changed her name, identified as a woman and received hormone treatment while incarcerated.
Chelsea Manning, the transgender US soldier indicted undercover work for releasing national security insider facts, will remain on active-duty obligation taking after her discharge from a military jail, as indicated by the armed force.
A statement by Manning, released May 9 by the American Civil Liberties Union, said, “For the first time, I can see a future for myself as Chelsea. I can imagine surviving and living as the person who I am and can finally be in the outside world.”
However, if the appeal of her conviction is denied, she could be dishonourably discharged, which mandates a loss of benefits, including health care, which mandates a loss of benefits, including health care.
Manning, who has a Twitter account managed by her supporters, said she was looking forward to her release, reports the USA Today. “Celebrating a new hope, and a return of the sun.”