The Army, Navy, and Air Force advertised for new recruits on a gay Web site until told of their error. According to USA Today, the military recruiters were advertising on GLEE.com, a site for gay and lesbian professionals. However, the Pentagon's "don't ask, don't tell" policy prevents gays and lesbians from openly serving in any branch of the armed forces, so the recruiters have since pulled the ads.
Most of the military jobs posted were hard-to-fill positions requiring advanced training, although some ads sought to fill core combat slots at a time when the Iraq War has challenged recruiters to meet goals. They included:
•Thousands of Navy openings for doctors, dentists, intelligence analysts, Arabic translators, and others.
•Hundreds of Air Force jobs for optometrists, social workers, physician's assistants, and nurses.
•Nearly 1,000 Army National Guard and active Army positions, including infantry and artillery.
The ads were placed through GLEE's parent company, New York–based Community Connect, as part of an alliance with jobs-listing giant Monster.com.news source http://advocate.com
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