The days of the military’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy appear to be coming to an end.
And a familiar face will be spearheading a review into the 16-year-old policy that allows gays and lesbians to serve in the military – but only as long as they keep it a secret. From the New York Times story:
To lead a review of the policy, Mr. Gates appointed a civilian and a military officer: Jeh C. Johnson, the Pentagon’s top legal counsel, and Gen. Carter F. Ham, the commander of the United States Army in Europe. Pentagon officials said the review