This is the true story of Richard Gough, who was the Royal Navy's youngest weapon director and served his country in the Falklands War and the Gulf. Throughout Richard's service career it was illegal under military law to be a homosexual man. Being caught would have ended his career and possibly brought imprisonment for his crime. This is a true and moving story of courage, duty and lost love. Most of all though, it is a story about growing up gay in a hostile environment where the enemy is the very job you love.