David Hall

former Air Force Staff Sergeant

Guest

Former Air Force Staff Sergeant; staffer at the Servicemembers Legal Defense Network

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The law forbids gays and lesbians from the US military, but it's widely acknowledged that many serve their country anyway.

Deal to Repeal 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'

The law forbids gays and lesbians from the US military, but it's widely acknowledged that many serve their country anyway.

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