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Multinational Military Units & Homosexual Personnel
Geoffrey Bateman (au); Sameera Dalvi (au). The U.S. remains one of several NATO-member countries that bans gays & lesbians who acknowledge their sexual orientation from serving in the mil. Despite the unit cohesion rationale as the justification for the Donít Ask, Donít Tell policy, there has been no test of its plausibility. This study describes various settings in which U.S. personnel serve with non-U.S. personnel in multinat. units. Explores the official & unofficial policies & mechanisms that org. have put into place to monitor diff. in personnel policies among member nations. Presents case studies of gay non-Amer. service members who served with Amer. in multinat. mil. units. Conclusion: the presence of acknowledged gay service members does not compromise unit cohesion in multinat. mil. units.
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