The new law overturning “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” will take effect this week, making it possible for homosexuals to openly serve in the United States military.
In July, President Barack Obama certified that lifting the ban would not harm the military’s ability to fight.
Now, the Pentagon says the military is adequately prepared for the official lifting of the legal ban on gays serving openly.
Many chaplains are concerned about the repeal. They say that their religious freedom may be restricted when “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” is lifted.
Source: CBN News