The End of Don't Ask, Don't Tell: The Impact in Studies and Personal Essays by Service Members and Veterans
Featuring 4 reports and 25 personal essays from diverse voices—both straight and gay—representing U.S. Marine Corps, Army, Navy, and Air Force veterans and service members, this anthology examines the impact of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” and its repeal on 20 September 2011 in order to benefit policy makers, historians, researchers, and general readers. Topics include lessons from foreign militaries, serving while openly gay, women at war, returning to duty, marching forward after repeal, and support for the committed same-sex partners and families of gay service members.
J. FordHuffman is an editor, writer, designer, and artist. He is a former deputy managing editor at USA Today and consulting editor at the Hindustan Times (India), San Francisco Chronicle, and Washington Post. His nonfiction book reviews appear regularly in the Military Times newspapers.
Tammy S. Schultz is director of the national security and joint warfare department and professor of strategic studies at the Marine Corps War College. She also teaches Foreign Service officers at the State Department and is an adjunct professor at Georgetown University’s Security Studies Program.
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