MetroWeekly: Six-Month Field Test
By Chris Geidner
Assessing DADT-repeal at the half-year mark shows little disruption, but sticking points on nondiscrimination and a second front on securing out transgender service
Sixth months ago, the United States military, under the direction of President Barack Obama, began allowing out gay, lesbian and bisexual service for the first time in the nation's history.
On the eve of this six-month anniversary, the man at the helm of the organization founded in 1993 to end ''Don't Ask, Don't Tell'' (DADT) in the months after the law banning out service was passed told Metro Weekly, ''By and large, there have been no major surprises on implementation.''
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