A Pentagon learn on gays in the military has determined that overturn the law known as "don't ask, don't tell" might cause some disturbance at first but would not make any widespread or long-lasting harms.
The answer was confirmed by two people familiar with the findings. They spoke on form of anonymity since the results hadn't been publicly on the loose.
The study found that 70 percent of troops supposed that repealing the law would have mixed, positive or no effect, while 30 percent predict negative cost. Opposition was strongest among fight troops, with 40 percent saying it was a bad idea. That numeral climbs to 46 percent among Marines.