Military leaders seek end to ‘Don’t Ask Don’t Tell’ policy

The World

Yesterday, top military brass announced their desire to see “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” laws investigated, and ultimately repealed. But not everybody who wears the uniform agrees. Over 1000 former military officials signed a document expressing their wariness of any type of reform to the culture of the armed forces. We talk to Ret. Col. David F. Bedey a 30-year Army veteran, who says that the U.S. military has a lot more to lose than it has to gain by repealing current legal restrictions.

Sign up for our daily newsletter

Sign up for The Top of the World, delivered to your inbox every weekday morning.