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Respecting The Rules The US Army Forces are currently under the dont ask dont tell policy which governs the conduct of homosexual personnel The policy allows gay people to serve in the military if they keep their sexual orientation confidential it also restricts the militarys right to pursue information about a service members sexual orientationWilliams 106 In most of the armed forces the policy is only enforced half the time Military officers refrain from asking about sexual orientations but still some homosexual cadets involve themselves in homosexual affairs The militarys ban against homosexuals should remain 1 A heterosexual soldier told once of his experience with his two homosexual roommates One night he returned to his room and noticed that the two men were in the same bunk under the covers in one anothers arms and face-to-face He turned on the light and one of them scurried in to his own bed The next morning he had no choice but to report what he had come across the night before If he didnt do so he would have been violating a code that states such encounters must be reported It would have resulted in him being transferred and written up for a violation The militarys ban against homosexuals should remain p2 There may be a number of good reasons to encourage homosexuality in the military but it seems more logical to keep the policy in tact The disagreement of the dont ask dont tell policy is simply due to the discomfort of military heterosexuals and the problems that are caused by the discomfort The policy should remain in tact to avoid any kind of conflict The policy helps secure the safety of all soldiers Homosexual behavior undermines military cohesion and morale The services experience with mixing men and women in forced intimate situations for long periods suggests that adding homosexuals would create even more sexual tensions and anxiety in the ranks Heterosexual soldiers
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