The California National Guard is setting an tone for transgender soldiers.

Their message: you are are welcome and your jobs are secure.

This comes despite an effort from the Trump Administration to ban anyone  from the armed forces who identifies as being transgender.

"Service of state and nation should be open to everyone who wants to serve," said Maj. Gen. Matthew Beevers of the California National Guard, "It doesn't matter if you're LGBT. As long as you can fight and do the right thing and support your state and nation, then you are good in our eyes."

The state of California will not remove transgender members of the National Guard from their ranks.

Less than a month ago -- the U.S. Supreme Court ruled to uphold the Trump Administration's 2017 ban on transgender people serving in the military.

The courts must still rule on a few more legal challenges before the national ban can legally be enforced.