Yes, there will most likely be some people who will not want to work with gay troops. Those people will have to either suck it up, voluntarily get out, or cause enough problems to be forced to straighten up or get out. It is not any different than troops who don't like serving with people who are of a certain race or a different race than them. Or those soldiers who don't want to work with people of certain faiths, beliefs, or who are atheist. There are even soldiers who don't want to work with people of certain backgrounds or political ideologies or who date outside of their own race (this girl in bootcamp was friends with the black girls, but avoided me after seeing a pic of my black boyfriend). All these people have to deal with their prejudices. Sometimes problems come, but the quickest way to deal with those is to ensure that those who are committing violence against gays or who are proven to be discriminating against gays are punished for such actions. This change is going to require that those in higher up, command positions change their way of thinking too.