Talk:Don't ask, don't tell

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If nobody has any objections, I am going to remove the phrase "Openly' from the article. Don't ask don't tell allows homosexuals in the military, but they may not be open about it (That would be the "Don't Tell clause). If anybody objects, please change it back.

Attacks on Clergy

Line removed about attacks on clergy. The claim is sourced by one link and further research on the name of the chaplain allegedly involved in the incident does not reveal anything about him being attacked by anyone. --HarabecW 00:27, 18 May 2011 (EDT)

sentence mostly opinion.

'The repeal of the law will likely decrease our military effectiveness, as openly gay soldiers are a risk to lower morale and unit cohesiveness' Tell that to the Theban Sacred Band! Cmurphynz 08:51, 4 October 2012 (EDT)