A magazine devoted to openly gay and bisexual troops will be distributed at Army and Air Force bases starting on September 20, the day “Don't Ask, Don't Tell” ends, The Washington Post reported.

Officials have approved the distribution of OutServe Magazine starting next month.

“Don't Ask, Don't Tell” is the policy that bans gay and bisexual troops from serving openly. Enforcement officially ends after nearly two decades on September 20. Congress approved a plan for the law's repeal in December.

The group OutServe, which publishes the magazine, formed after the law's repeal but before the policy's official enforcement ended.

The historic end of “Don't Ask, Don't Tell” will be marked by a series of events hosted by the White House, Pentagon and gay rights groups.

Former Pennsylvania Representative Patrick Murphy, who spearheaded last year's effort in the House to repeal the law, will headline a September 20 event celebrating its end.

And, at the stroke of midnight, HBO will air the documentary The Strange History of Don't Ask, Don't Tell.