Nancy A. Youssef reports from Amman:

As it turned out, none of the two dozen or so [US troops] who met with Mullen at Marine House in the Jordanian capital Tuesday had any questions on the 17-year-old policy that bars gays and lesbians from serving openly in the military or Mullen's public advocacy of its repeal. [...] After Tuesday's question-and-answer session, Mullen told McClatchy that although he's held three town hall sessions with troops since his testimony, not a single service member has asked him about the issue.

Andy Towle gathers more DADT news.

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