What DADT Repeal Will Mean For Service Members

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Jonathan Mills, staff sergeant, U.S. Air Force
Chris Heath, correspondent, GQ Magazine
Aubrey Sarvis, executive director, Servicemembers Legal Defense Network

With the end of the military's don't ask, don't tell policy on Tuesday, openly gay men and women began to apply for service or reinstatement. Those already in uniform could, for the first time, choose to speak openly without fear of being discharged.

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