The US Military has finally entered the 21st century, and now allows gays to openly serve. BBC News - 'Don't ask, don't tell' ban on gays in US military ends "A policy banning open homosexuality in the US military has been repealed after nearly two decades. The dropping of "don't ask, don't tell" means service members can now reveal they are gay without fear of investigation or discharge. "Repeal Day" parties have been organised across the country to mark the victory for gay rights." Apparently 97% of the US Armed Forces have had to attend 'training days' on new ways to act. Any serving members attended one of these days?