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Former USAF major reaches settlement in DADT discharge

A former airman who was discharged from the U.S. Air Force under the now repealed “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy that barred openly gay service members, has settled his lawsuit against the Department of Defense.

Outserve-SLDN sets ambitious goal in State of LGBT Military Service address

Nearly 1,000 service members, veterans, and supporters gathered in Washington for the OutServe-SLDN 2013 National Dinner, and to hear the first State of LGBT Military Equality Address by Allyson Robinson, a U.S. Army veteran and executive director of Outserve-SLDN.

COMMENTARY: Too many Twinkies and other befucklement

Catching up with the news: demise of Hostess Brands, sour grapes of Mitt Romney, restless lower regions of David Petraeus and the delusional mind of Brian Brown.

Smooth transition, unfinished business mark first anniversary of "Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell" repeal

Servicemembers Legal Defense Network (SLDN) and OutServe applaud and celebrate the one-year anniversary of repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” praising the smooth transition the military has made in allowing gay, lesbian and bisexual Americans to serve openly in the military, and call on the White House, Pentagon and Congress to embrace and advance the final work necessary to achieve full LGBT equality in the Armed Forces.