Repeal of  Don t Ask, Don t Tell  DADT  Army Vignette

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Vignette 1. SITUATION 1: You are the Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge at a high tempo recruiting office. Your top notch, high performing recruiter who has served in the military for 15 years asks to meet with you. Due to his personal religious beliefs, he tells you he cannot process an outstandi

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1. Repeal of Donít Ask, Donít Tell (DADT) Army Vignette 1 This brief is effective on order. Repeal of DADT will occur Sixty (60) Days after POTUS, SECDEF, and CJCS certify that the Services are prepared to implement. (Under Secretary of Defense, Personnel and Readiness, Repeal of Donít Ask Donít Tell and Future Impact on Policy, Memorandum dated 28 JAN 2011) Explain: Purpose of Brief: † This brief is informative in nature. It is meant to bring Soldiers up-to-date on the repeal of Donít Ask, Donít Tell, its effect on Army policies, and how these changes may affect you, your organization, and the Army. † This brief is NOT an attempt to change anyoneís opinion or beliefs about the subject of homosexuality. However we as an Army must always remember our Army values and respect each others beliefs in order to accomplish the mission. Explain: While most information is covered in the presentation, there may be some additional information in the FAQs or Vignettes that is NOT addressed. † This brief is effective on order. Repeal of DADT will occur Sixty (60) Days after POTUS, SECDEF, and CJCS certify that the Services are prepared to implement. (Under Secretary of Defense, Personnel and Readiness, Repeal of Donít Ask Donít Tell and Future Impact on Policy, Memorandum dated 28 JAN 2011) Explain: Purpose of Brief: † This brief is informative in nature. It is meant to bring Soldiers up-to-date on the repeal of Donít Ask, Donít Tell, its effect on Army policies, and how these changes may affect you, your organization, and the Army. † This brief is NOT an attempt to change anyoneís opinion or beliefs about the subject of homosexuality. However we as an Army must always remember our Army values and respect each others beliefs in order to accomplish the mission. Explain: While most information is covered in the presentation, there may be some additional information in the FAQs or Vignettes that is NOT addressed. †

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17. Vignette 8 17 See AR 600-8-10, chapter 6.See AR 600-8-10, chapter 6.

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19. Vignette 9 19 See AR 600-8-10, chapter 6.See AR 600-8-10, chapter 6.

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