Entry #982: Serving openly in military in New Jersey

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RegionNew Jersey
IssueServing openly in military
StatusLegal
Start DateSep 20, 2011
End DateJul 16, 2017
DescriptionIn 2011, Don't Ask Don't Tell was repelled under the Obama Administration 6 years later a new executive order was introduced. Former President Obama allowed members dishonorably discharged under DADT, to receive a honorable discharge.
Sourceshttps://web.archive.org/web/20110607015333/https://www.army.mil/dadt/
https://www.hrc.org/our-work/stories/repeal-of-dont-ask-dont-tell
https://www.whitehouse.gov/ppo/briefing-room/2021/09/20/10-years-later-looking-back-at-the-repeal-of-dont-ask-dont-tell/


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edited by qcksws. Fixing sources, the old one was broken, adding a end date, executive order was passed for DOD in 2017 then later in 2020, they can't decide to ban or not

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End Date(none)Jul 16, 2017
DescriptionDon't Ask, Don't Tell is officially repealed throughout the United States, and gays and lesbians may openly serve.In 2011, Don't Ask Don't Tell was repelled under the Obama Administration 6 years later a new executive order was introduced. Former President Obama allowed members dishonorably discharged under DADT, to receive a honorable discharge.
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Don\'t Ask, Don\'t Tell is officially repealed throughout the United States, and gays and lesbians may openly serve. In 2011, Don't Ask Don't Tell was repelled under the Obama Administration 6 years later a new executive order was introduced. Former President Obama allowed members dishonorably discharged under DADT, to receive a honorable discharge.
Sourceshttp://www.army.mil/dadt/https://web.archive.org/web/20110607015333/https://www.army.mil/dadt/
https://www.hrc.org/our-work/stories/repeal-of-dont-ask-dont-tell
https://www.whitehouse.gov/ppo/briefing-room/2021/09/20/10-years-later-looking-back-at-the-repeal-of-dont-ask-dont-tell/
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http://www.army.mil/dadt/ https://web.archive.org/web/20110607015333/https://www.army.mil/dadt/ https://www.hrc.org/our-work/stories/repeal-of-dont-ask-dont-tell https://www.whitehouse.gov/ppo/briefing-room/2021/09/20/10-years-later-looking-back-at-the-repeal-of-dont-ask-dont-tell/

created by imullin01

Original entry
StatusLegal
Start DateSep 20, 2011
End Date(none)
DescriptionDon't Ask, Don't Tell is officially repealed throughout the United States, and gays and lesbians may openly serve.
Sourceshttp://www.army.mil/dadt/