Gates still not ready to sign on to DADT repeal
(Carlisle, Pennsylvania) Changing the U.S. military’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy for gay troops is “very difficult,” Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Thursday, indicating that doing so could take years – if it ever happens.
Speaking at the Army War College, Gates said he and President Barack Obama were discussing the …Gates: No rush to end DADT
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