Also, what possible reward can be obtained from abolishing DADT?
Sometimes they do and sometimes they don't. It's situational and flexible.Gays serve now, and the only trouble is the chance they might get discharged for being gay.
We're talking about America.Other countries allow gays to serve openly, and do not have troubles.
Did you ever stop to consider the fact that discharging certain people helps maintain the integrity of a unit? Numbers aren't everything, you know.The reward however is high, with no longer having to discharge people who have served honorably for long periods...
If someone really wants to serve then I'm certain they will make the necessary sacrifices....and a larger pool of potential recruits.