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Judge orders lesbian reinstated to Air Force

Maj. Margaret Witt tells msnbc's Rachel Maddow she can't wait to get back to her Air Force job after a federal judge ruled the military's 'don't ask, don't tell' policy violated her rights.Full story

Another blow to DADT as court orders reinstatement

  Major Margaret Witt, who won reinstatement to her unit with the U.S. Air Force in a court ruling against "Don't ask, don't tell," talks to Rachel Maddow about the ruling. Lt. Col. Victor Fehrenbach, a U.S. Air Force fighter pilot facing discharge under "Don't ask, don't tell" talks about the implica

Lesbian seeking return to Air Force testifies

A decorated Air Force Reserve flight nurse discharged for being gay took the witness stand at her federal trial Monday and told the judge it "kills me" not to be able to care for wounded soldiers while the country is at war. Full story

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Lesbian seeks reinstatement to Air Force in trial


  'Don't ask-don't tell' trial opens

Former Maj. Margaret Witt is suing the Air Force in federal court, seeking reinstatement following her "don't ask-don't tell" dismissal. KING's Kyle Moore reports.

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Margaret Witt, Sher Kung
Margaret Witt, Sher Kung

Margaret Witt, right and Sher Kung, left, an attorney with the ACLU, walk near the federal courthouse in Tacoma, Wash., Monday, Sept. 20, 2010. Witt is scheduled to take the stand in her suit against the Air Force in federal court as she seeks reinstatement following her 2007 "don't ask-don't tell"