Marines Vow to 'Step Out Smartly' on Repeal of Military Gay Ban

The top two leaders of the U.S. Marine Corps say Marines will "step out smartly" to implement a repeal of the "don't ask, don't tell" policy towards gays in the military, now that the law has been changed, despite previous publicly expressed opposition to ending the military's ban on openly gay troops. Marine Commandant Gen. James Amos and Marine Corps Sergeant Major Sgt. Major Carlton Kent appeared in a video message to Marines released Friday night, shortly after senior Pentagon officials...Full Story
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