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    Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell repeal hurt retention in the military


    A study found repealing Don’t Ask, Don’t tell didn’t affect retention in the military

    The Palm Center, a think tank at UCLA, conducted a study examining the effects of the first year of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’s repeal. It found:

    Retention was unaffected by the repeal of DADT. There was no mass exodus of military members as a result of repeal, and there were only two verifiable resignations linked to the policy change, both military chaplains. Service members were as likely to say that they plan to re-enlist after DADT repeal as was the case pre-repeal.