Provides background on homosexual military service policy, including so-called "don't ask, don't tell, don't pursue'' policy under Clinton Administration. Reviews public opinion on homosexual military service, military discharges due to homosexual conduct, court cases involving gay military service, legal and other implications following murder of Army Private Barry Winchell, issues involving military recruitment in high schools and Reserve Officers' Training Corps service of college students, Federal benefits and related issues for same-sex marital partners, and experiences of foreign militaries with homosexual service.
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