50 Years Of Pentagon Studies Support Gay Soldiers - The Atlantic - Pentagon gay study

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The "gay bomb" and "halitosis bomb" are formal names for two non-lethal psychochemical weapons that a United States Air Force research laboratory speculated about producing. . project-hamlet.info Retrieved 16 June Bernard, Jerome (16 June ). "Pentagon once mulled 'gay bomb' to promote love not war". Om Prakash boils down half a century of Pentagon-commissioned studies on gays in the military into seven short pages. Reviewing the.

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By Dougar - 15:21
The Defense Department repealed its controversial “don't ask, don't tell” policy banning gay people from openly serving in the military three.
By Megal - 00:21
Allowing openly gay or lesbian troops serve in the military would disruption to unit cohesion and retention," the year-long study found, but the.
By Taushura - 15:26
An exhaustive study said that 70 percent of surveyed service Pentagon Sees Little Risk in Allowing Gay Men and Women to Serve Openly.
By Karisar - 13:50
Three years after the Clinton Administration adopted a policy of ''don't ask, don't tell'' for gay men and lesbians in the military, Pentagon figures.

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