MIL Hundreds of officers discharged under 'Don't ask, don't tell' policy

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  1. Accord

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    http://www.military.com/NewsContent/0,13319,86370,00.html?ESRC=eb.nl
     
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    Thanks for posting this Accord this is news :uh:.
     
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    I had a buddy who was discharged for being gay. This policy actually worked out for him because he thought he wouldn't have any issues being gay in the military, and after recieving harrassment, and dealing with the overall general nature of the military towards gays, decided that the life wasn't for him as a homosexual. This policy provided the fastest way out for him.

    And as if he was TRYING to prove he was gay, he got out and became a fireman.
     
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