Teaching begins for DADT repeal

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    Army Chief of Staff, Gen. George W. Casey Jr., launches the Army's Don't Ask Don't Tell repeal chain teach to senior leaders from across the force during the 4-star conference at the Pentagon in Washington D.C., Feb. 17, 2011. The Army's goal is to complete training for the Active Duty force by mid-July and the Reserve Component by mid-August. The training provided senior leaders with the tools they'll need to educate the force on what is expected in a post repeal environment. www.defense.gov/home/features/2010/0610_gatesdadt/

    1. coffeedog 49 months ago | reply

      Go army! :-)

    2. WT Smith 49 months ago | reply

      It's good to see the training being presented from the top - down. This is a perfect example of how organized the Army is and how well it is being led. I applaud GEN Casey for taking the lead on this. Go Army!

    3. shadetreessugar [deleted] 49 months ago | reply

      Military mom agrees, we all care over here, USO works on keeping me cheered up and O...yes we worry about our only children. Be safe! I yell what I can to make things better, I wonder though, I wonder. Trusting for the best and thanking ahead of time before every shot. Confidence in the above forces to keep you all alert.

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