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Gays' ouster seen leaving gap in military

By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / February 24, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- More than 300 foreign language specialists considered critical in the war on terrorism have been forced out of the military in the past decade because of their sexual orientation, according to the first government study to assess both the warfighting and financial impact of the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy that prohibits openly gay servicemen. (Full article: 1104 words)

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