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Marine Commandant on DADT
06 Jul 2011 | By Military.com
The Marine Corps' Commandant and the Sergeant Major note on the repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell. They value, "The diversity of backgrounds, culture and skills that all Marines bring to the service of our nation..."
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