posted on Mar, 1 2007 @ 10:16 AM
Of 742 such dismissals in fiscal year 2005, the highest number than in any category -- 49 -- were medical personnel. An additional 40 were law
enforcement officers, along with 14 intelligence officers, 35 infantrymen, and seven nuclear, biological and chemical warfare specialists.
This generally squares with the Government Accountability Office's 2004 study, which found that of the 9,488 service members who at that point had
been discharged from the military for gay and lesbian conduct since 1993, approximately 757 -- or 8 percent -- "held critical occupations," meaning
the kinds of jobs for which the Pentagon offers selective reenlistment bonuses.
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