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07/26/2005

Report: Asking and telling would fatten up U.S. armed forces

by Jeremy Hooper

    New reports indicate that the U.S. military could attract as many as 41,000 new recruits by lifting its "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" ban on openly gay soldiers.

However, if they could only find a way to lift that pesky 'possibility of death' thing - recruits by the millions!!

As Army Misses Annual Recruiting Goal New Data Shows Military Could Attract as Many as 41,000 Gay Recruits by Lifting Ban [Servicemembers Legal Defense Network Release via U.S. Newswire]

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