Marine Maj. Darrel Choat, shown in this August 2008 photograph with President George W. Bush, has come out as an openly gay service member since the repeal of "don't ask, don't tell." The day of the repeal last Sept. 20, "as a Marine, I reclaimed the honor and integrity
Marine Maj. Darrel Choat, shown in this August 2008 photograph with President George W. Bush, has come out as an openly gay service member since the repeal of "don't ask, don't tell." The day of the repeal last Sept. 20, "as a Marine, I reclaimed the honor and integrity MCT
Marine Maj. Darrel Choat, shown in this August 2008 photograph with President George W. Bush, has come out as an openly gay service member since the repeal of "don't ask, don't tell." The day of the repeal last Sept. 20, "as a Marine, I reclaimed the honor and integrity MCT

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