Was "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" A Good Mi...

Was "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" A Good Military Policy?

Created by buck on Sep 27, 2012

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Noboby's business

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#1 Sep 27, 2012
Just don't know how I feel on this altogether
If one is a proud American and wants to fight for our country should we say NO?
not to knock women but they are part of military combat these days. is there a real difference where gender is concerned serving in military?

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