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Mullen rebukes USMC's Amos over DADT
Monday - 11/8/2010, 9:40am EST
The Corps is exempt from a Defense Department rule for troops to have private living quarters except at basic training or officer candidate schools. The Marines puts two people in each room to promote a sense of unity.
Joint Chiefs Chairman Admiral Mike Mullen says he's startled that General Amos went public with his opposition. Mullen says the top military brass had agreed to make recommendations privately to Defense Secretary Robert Gates.
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