DADT Is Over And 101 Servicemembers Celebrate By Coming Out
It is over. Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell is now gone, at least in terms of the policy and in terms of the law. Trying to put this particular genie back in the bottle will prove to be nigh on impossible, though many Republican candidates are set on trying.
In the early hours of this policy’s death, OutServe has released the latest edition of its magazine featuring 101 active-serving military members identified by rank, name, and duty station, along with their pictures.
It also features, for the first...