The Defense Department said Tuesday that it is tolerant openly gay workers, but is warning applicants they might not be allowable to stick around for long.
Subsequent last week's court ruling that struck down a 1993 law banning gays from portion openly, the military has suspended enforcement of the rule known as "don't ask, don't tell." The Justice Department is appealing the choice and has asked the courts for a temporary stay on the ruling.
The Defense Department said it would fulfill with the law and had frozen any set free cases. But at least one case was reported of a man being twisted away from an Army recruiting office in Austin, Texas.