Congress repealed the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Act. That means openly gay members of the military will soon be able to serve, once President Obama signs the bill. But what was it like before? Back in September, we spoke to three gay Nevada servicemen who hid their sexual orientation while serving. Rebroadcast

Jim Davis, US Air Force Services-Retired
David Parks, senator
Aaron Tax, Legal Dir, Servicemembers Legal Defense Network
"James," former Air Force servicemember

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