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How will Pentagon handle 'don't ask, don't tell' repeal? Five questions answered.

A Pentagon supplement released in November offers clear answers on a number of matters relating to the repeal of 'don’t ask, don’t tell.'

- Anna MulrineStaff writer

A 2007 photo of the barracks in Fort Benning in Georgia. (Newscom/file)

2. Accommodations

Will a service member have the legal right to refuse to share accommodations or bathroom facilities with a fellow gay or lesbian soldier? Again, the answer is no.

“In addition,” the plan adds, “service members do not have a legal right to refuse work or duty assignments based on a moral objection to another individual’s sexual orientation.”

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