Elaine Donnelly

Center for Military Readiness

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President and founder of the Center for Military Readiness, an independent public policy organization she founded that specializes in military social issues

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It's estimated that 65,000 gays and lesbians serve in the military, but that's legal only as long as their sexual orientation is secret.

'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Back on the Front Burner

It's estimated that 65,000 gays and lesbians serve in the military, but that's legal only as long as their sexual orientation is secret.

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