Guide to the Servicemembers Legal Defense Network Records
NMAH.AC.1282

Administrative Information

Repository Information

Archives Center, National Museum of American History, 2013

P.O. Box 37012
 Suite 1100, MRC 601
 Washington, D.C., 20013-7012
 Phone: 202-633-3270
 archivescenter@si.edu

Conditions Governing Access note

This collection is open for research.

Conditions Governing Use note

Collection items available for reproduction, but the Archives Center makes no guarantees concerning copyright restrictions. Other intellectual property rights may apply. Archives Center cost-recovery and use fees may apply when requesting reproductions.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

This collection was donated by Servicemembers Legal Defense Network (SLDN), 2012.

Processing Information note

Processed by Franklin A. Robinson, Jr., archives specialist, May 2012; supervised by Vanessa Broussard-Simmons, archivist.

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Summary Information

Repository
Archives Center, National Museum of American History
Creator
Servicemembers Legal Defense Network.
Title
Servicemembers Legal Defense Network Records
ID
NMAH.AC.1282
Date [bulk]
bulk 1993-2008
Date [inclusive]
1975-2009, undated
Extent
7.50 Cubic feet, 23 boxes
Language
English
Abstract
This collection contains records and research material produced and collected by Servicemembers Legal Defense Network (SLDN), a lobbying and legal assistance organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender servicepersons. They were instrumental in overturning the United States Department of Defense's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy.

Preferred Citation note

Servicemembers Legal Defense Network Records, 1877-2009 (bulk 1993-2008), undated, Archives Center, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution

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Biographical/Historical note

Servicemembers Legal Defense Network (SLDN) is a non-profit founded in 1993 in the wake of the Clinton adminstration's efforts to make military service legal and non-discriminatory for openly lesbian, gay, and bisexual persons. The organization employs less than twenty persons and has a Board of Directors. SLDN provided legal services to LGBT servicmembers and was also a lobbying and policy organization. This initiative resulted in the passing of legislation commonly referred to as "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" (DADT) in December 1993. DADT prohibited military personnel from discriminating against or harassing closeted homosexual or bisexual servicemembers or applicants while still barring openly homosexual or bisexual persons from military service. This policy proved controversial and continued to result in the discrimination and separation of LGBT persons from the military.

The original purpose of SLDN was working to overturn the DADT policy through legal or legislative means while providing free legal services to servicemembers targeted by DADT. Its scope of concern not only included active duty personnel but the National Guard, reserves, and officer training programs. On occasion it worked with other similarly focused organizations and directly with the Department of Defense and other relevant federal agencies. By the time of the repeal of DADT in September 2011 and its official enactment in January 2012, SLDN had provided legal aid to thousands of servicepersons.

In July 2012 SLDN announced that it was merging with OutServe, effective in October 2012. OutServe is an organization of active LGBT military servicepersons, reportedly one of the largest employee resource groups in the world. SLDN continues to provide free legal advice and assistance and also works with veteran organizations while maintaining a "watchdog" status on LGBT issues within the military establishment.

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Scope and Contents note

This collection contains correspondence, case files, legal briefs, subject files, research files, press releases, office records, clipping files, publications, and other material produced and collected by Servicemembers Legal Defense Network (SLDN), a lobbying and non-profit legal services organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender military servicepersons founded in the aftermath of the passage of the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" (DADT) legislation of December 1993. These records do not include material generated post 2009 and the final two years before the official overturning of DADT in September 2011. Before donation to the Archives Center, SLDN removed any material that they deemed sensitive, personal, or in violaton of their client's privacy.

Correspondence contains that which was sent by SLDN and received by SLDN. Major correspondents were: the Executive Office of the President, members of Congress, officials of the Department of Defense and other defense related federal agencies, other similarly focused non-profit organizations as well as private citizens. Correspondence may also include petitions, corresonpondence with clients of SLDN, those seeking legal services and or statistics related to DADT and others. Case files are generally refence copies of cases filed by SLDN, individuals, or invdividuals with other organizations relating to LGBT treatment within the military. Case files contain most often the public record copy of the legal brief that was filed with the courts and any supporting or relevant documents. Legal briefs relate to cases filed by SLDN or to the cases that in some way informed those legal cases and issues related to the mission of SLDN. Subject and research files were complied from various sources and contain copies or original material produced in support of the SLDN mission with regard to legal actions or as a lobbying organization. Press releases are generally those produced by SLDN. Office records pertain to the day to day workings of the organization and inter-office memorada and communication between employees or other organizations. Clipping files were compiled from a variety of national and international sources such as newspapers, magazines, and journals and used as reference tools within SLDN. Publications were those produced either by SLDN or collected by SLDN for research and reference purposes in-house.

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Arrangement note

The collection is arranged into four series, one of which has been arranged further into subseries. The contents of each series or subseries are arranged chronologically. The series and subseries arrangement of the records is as follows:

Series 1, Administrative Records, 1994-2008

Series 2, Subject Files, 1980-2009 (bulk 1994-2009)

Subseries 1: Research Files, 1980-2008, undated

Subseries 2: Department of Defense, 1985-2003, undated

Subseries 3: United States Army, 1994-2005

Subseries 4: United States Navy, 1991-2008, undated

Subseries 5: United States Air Force, 1994-2004, undated

Subseries 6: United States Coast Guard, 1996-2005

Subseries 7: National Guard and Reserves, 2004

Series 3, Publications, 1988-2007

Series 4, Case Files, 1975-2008, undated

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

Materials in the Archives Center, National Museum of American History

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Collection, 1942-2012, undated (AC1146)

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Cox Commission.
  • OutServe.

Genre(s)

  • Administrative records
  • Annual reports
  • Articles
  • Articles -- 1880-1940
  • Articles -- 1940-1980
  • Articles -- 1950-2000
  • Articles -- 20th century
  • Clippings--20th century
  • Clippings--newspaper--Virginia
  • Correspondence--20th century
  • Government records
  • Instructional materials
  • Interviews
  • Interviews--1990-2000
  • Interviews--2000-2020
  • Legal correspondence
  • Legal documents
  • Legal documents--20th century
  • Legal records
  • Legislation (legal concepts)
  • Legislative documents
  • Letters
  • Letters (correspondence)--20th century.
  • Manuals--1970-1990
  • Newsletters--20th century
  • Office files
  • Periodicals
  • Project files
  • Research
  • Writings

Personal Name(s)

  • Burton, Sala, Representative
  • Cohen, William S., Secretary of Defense
  • Deutch, John M., Undersecretary of Defense
  • Frank, Barney, Representative
  • Perry, William J., Secretary of Defense
  • Powell, Colin, General
  • Rumsfeld, Donald, Secretary of Defense
  • Studds, Gerry E., Congressman

Subject(s)

  • Activism
  • Air defenses -- United States
  • Air pilots
  • Armed Forces -- Operations other than war
  • Bisexuality
  • Civil rights
  • Civil rights -- United States
  • Courts-martial and courts of inquiry
  • Equality
  • Government and politics -- United States Congress actions
  • Homosexuality
  • Laws -- United States Congress actions
  • Lawsuits
  • Lesbianism
  • National defense
  • Sailors
  • Sexual harassment
  • Sodomy
  • Soldiers
  • Trials (Sex crimes)
  • U. S. Army
  • United States Air Force
  • United States Coast Guard
  • United States Department of Defense
  • United States Marine Corps
  • United States Navy--20th century
  • War
  • Women

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Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements note

Researchers must handle unprotected photographs with gloves. As of October 2012 this collection is located at the Garber Facility, Building 19, Suitland, Maryland.

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Collection Inventory

 Series 1: Administrative Records, 1994-2008

Box Folder

Correspondence and memoranda, 1994

1 1

Correspondence and memoranda, 1995

1 2

Correspondence and memoranda, 1996

1 3

Correspondence and memoranda, 1997

1 4

Correspondence, responses to Mike McCurry, July 1997

1 5

Correspondence and memoranda, 1998

1 6

Correspondence and memoranda, 1999

1 7-8

Correspondence and memoranda, 2000

1 9-10

Correspondence and memoranda, 2001

2 1

Correspondence and memoranda, 2002

2 2

Correspondence and memoranda, 2003

2 3

Congressional correspondence on Anti-Harassment Action Plan (AHAP)

2 4

Correspondence and memoranda, 2004

2 5

Correspondence and memoranda, 2005

2 6

Correspondence and memoranda, 2007-2008

2 7

Press releases and polling data, 1998

2 8

Press releases, 1999-2003, undated

2 9

Conduct Unbecoming, SLDN first annual report, 1995

2 10

Conduct Unbecoming, SLDN seventh annual report, 2001

2 11

Publicity, events, 2003

2 12

Clipping file, 1973

2 13

Clipping file, 1974

2 14

Clipping file, 1975

2 15

Clipping file, 1980

2 16

Clipping file, 1982

2 17

Clipping file, 1983

2 18

Clipping file, 1984

2 19

Clipping file, 1985

2 20

Clipping file, 1986

2 21

Clipping file, 1987

2 22

Clipping file, 1988

2 23

Clipping file, 1989

2 24

Clipping file, 1990-1991

2 25

Clipping file, 1992

2 26

Clipping file, 1994

2 27

Clipping file, 1995

2 28

Clipping file, 1996

2 29

Clipping file, 1997

2 30

Clipping file, 1998

2 31

Clipping file, 1999

2 32

Clipping file, 2000-2001

2 33

Clipping file, 2002-2003

3 1

Clipping file, 2004-2005

3 2

Clipping file, undated

3 3

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 Series 2: Subject and Research Files, 1980-2009

Research Files, 1980-2008, undated

Box Folder

History of gay ban, 1877-1995

6 6

Discharge statistics, 1980-1997

6 7

Lesbian baiting, 1980-1999

6 8

Ohio State University sexual orientation discrimination, 1982

6 9

Representative Sala Burton, 1985

6 10

Discharge upgrades, 1986-1999, undated

6 11

Investigator's manual, 1987

6 12

ROTC, 1987-1998

7 1

National Gay and Lesbian Task Force (NGLTF), 1989-1997

7 2

Congressman Gerry E. Studds, 1989-1990

7 3

Air University ROTC training materials, 1990-1999

7 4

American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 1990

7 5

Unlawful command influence, 1990-1991

7 6

Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS), 1990-2004

7 7

Pre-DADT military gay ban, 1992

7 8

Sexual harassment, 1992-2001

7 9

Allen R. Schindler petition, 1992

7 10

Foreign military, 1993

7 11

Enlisted administrative separations, 1993

7 12

The Campaign for Military Service (CMS), 1993

7 13

Remarks by the President at National Defense University, 1993

7 14

Senate report witch hunts, 1993

7 15

Outdated transexual-related medical regulations, 1993-2002

7 16

Historical documents, 1993-2005, undated

7 17

Perry testimony on directives, 1994

7 18

UCLA Freedom Project, 1994

7 19

Korea witch hunts, 1994

7 20

Polls, 1994-1998

8 1

Recoupment, 1994-1999

8 2

Inquiries and investigations, 1994-2000, undated

8 3

Active duty strength numbers, 1995-1997

8 4

Mental health, 1995-1998

8 5

Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), Agency Network of Gay, Lesbian Employees (ANGLE), 1995-2005

8 6

Regulations impacting transgendered service members, 1996-2008

8 7

Wives and Warriors, release, 1996

8 8

"Military II: Don't Ask, Don't Tell-Don't Believe It", Lavender Law conference, 1996

8 9

Representative Barney Frank, 1996-2000

8 10

"Civil Disabilities of Convicted Felons: A State by State Survey", 1996

8 11

Congressional research reports, 1996-2005

8 12

Sodomy, 1996-2001

8 13

Health care provider project, 1997

9 1

Harassment background materials, 1997-2000

9 2

HIV and AIDS, 1997-2002

9 3

Fort Bragg witch hunt, 1997

9 4

Credible evidence, 1997

9 5

General Colin Powell, 1997-2005

9 6

Research for ABA presentation, 1998

9 7

Recoupment memorandum, United States Air Force, 1999

9 8

"Executive Order: 1999 Amendments to the Manual for Courts-Martial, United States", 1999

9 9

Meeting with Rudy de Leon, 1999

9 10

Family Research Council, 1999

9 11

MRE513 Research, 1999

9 12

Human Rights Campaign (HFC) Fund, 1999-2003

9 13

Judicial Conference of the United States Court of Appeals for Veteran's Claims, 2000

9 14

Velvet Nation witch hunts, 2000

10 1

National Gay and Lesbian Task Force (NGLTF), 2000-2004

10 2

National Organization of Veterans Advocates, Incorporated, Fall Seminar (Folder 1 of 2), 2000

10 3

National Organization of Veterans Advocates, Incorporated, Fall Seminar (Folder 2 of 2), 2000

10 4

Gay discharges, fiscal year 2000, 2000

10 5

Human Rights Watch, Air Force training materials, 2000

10 6

Recommendations to Stephen Herbits, 2000-2009

11 1

Recommendations on Department of Defense "Don't Ask, Don't Tell, Don't Pursue" training materials, 2000

11 2

Discharges, 2000-2001

11 3

"Sexual Harassment and Equal Opportunity Policies in the U.S. Armed Forces", sections 1-3, 2001

11 4

"Sexual Harassment and Equal Opportunity Policies in the U.S. Armed Forces", sections 4-8, 2001

11 5

Bush talking points, 2001

11 6

Cox Commission testimony, 2001

11 7

Cox Commission report and comments, 2001

11 8

Cox Commission research, 2001

11 9

Cox Commission research, 2001

12 1

Retirement regulations, 2000-2002

12 2

"Enlisted Administrative Separations", Robertson, David H., 2002

12 3

SLDN and American Nurses Association, 2002

12 4

Robert T. Clark nomination, press packet, 2002

12 5

American Veterans for Equal Rights (AVER), 2002-2003

12 6

Public Health Service and "Don't Ask, Don't Tell", 2002-2003

12 7

"'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Background Information", 2003

12 8

"'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' and U.C.M.J. Article 25 Background Information", 2003

12 9

"DADT, Article 25 and Judicial Deference to the Military Reading Group", 2003

13 1

"'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Background Information: Continued", 2003

13 2

"Don't Ask, Don't Tell": 10 Years Later, Hofstra University conference, 2003

13 3

National Annenberg Election Survey, 2004

13 4

Memorandum, Solomon Amendment, 1998

13 5

Solomon Amendment, 1998-1999

13 6

Solomon Amendment research, 1999

13 7

Solomon Amendment research, 1999-2000

13 8

Solomon Amendment research, 2004

14 1

Solomon Act documents (1 of 2), 2004

14 2

Solomon Act documents (2 of 2), 2004

14 3

Uniform research, 2004-2007

14 4

The Equality Ride, 2006

14 5

Homosexual separation demographics, 2006

14 6

"Women in the Military: Where They Stand", conference, 2007

14 7

DADT military regulations memos and GL's, 2007, undated

14 8

"Authorities Regarding Separation Pay for Involuntary Discharge and The Administrative Procedure Act" (Tabs A-C), 2008

14 9

"Authorities Regarding Separation Pay for Involuntary Discharge and The Administrative Procedure Act" (Tabs D), 2008

14 10

"Authorities Regarding Separation Pay for Involuntary Discharge and The Administrative Procedure Act" (Tabs E-F), 2008

15 1

"Guidelines for Fact-Finding Inquiries Into Homosexual Conduct", undated

15 2

"Four Essential Components of Anti-Gay Harassment Training", undated

15 3

"Anti-Gay Harassment Questions and Answers", undated

15 4

National health associations policy statements on homosexuality, undated

15 5

Homosexual conduct policy, presentation talking points, undated

15 6

Notes, undated

15 7

 Subseries 1: Department of Defense, 1985-2003, undated

Box Folder

Department of Defense, 1985-1989

15 8

Department of Defense directives, 1991-1996

15 9

Military separation pay, 1992

15 10

Department of Defense, 1993

15 11

Implementation of DOD Policy on Homosexual Conduct in the Armed Forces, 1993

15 12

"Don't Ask, Don't Tell" implementation, 1993-1994

15 13

Donald Rumsfeld, 1993-2000

15 14

"Report of the Advisory Board on the Investigative Capability of The Department of Defense", Volume 1 and Volume 2, 1994

16 1

Deutch, John M., Undersecretary of Defense, 1994-1995

16 2

Department of Defense, 1994-2001

16 3

Perry, William J., Secretary of Defense, 1996

16 4

Cohen, William S., Secretary of Defense, 1997-2005

16 5

"Review of the Effectiveness of the Application and Enforcement of the Department's Policy on Homosexual Conduct in the Military", 1998

16 6

"Evaluation Report: Military Environment with Respect to the Homosexual Conduct Policy", 2000

16 7

DOD policy on homosexuality, presentation, 2000

16 8

DOD training slides on homosexual conduct, 2000

16 9

Anti-harassment action plan, 2000

16 10

DOD directive 1304.26 implementation of DOD policy on homosexual conduct in the armed forces, 1993

16 11

DOD policy on homosexual conduct, undated

16 12

DOD directive separation of regular commissioned officers, undated

16 13

 Subseries 2: United States Army, 1994-2005

Box Folder

United States Army, 1994-2002, undated

17 1

United States Army on Extremism, 1997

17 2

Department of the Army Inspector General, Fort Campbell task force, 2000

17 3

United States Army training, 2000

17 4

United States Army, 2000-2001

17 5

Stop Loss, United States Army, 2001-2003

17 6

United States Army HCP training materials, 2003

17 7

JAGC Personnel and Activity Directory and Personnel Policies, United States Army, 2004-2005

17 8

 Subseries 3: United States Navy, 1991-2008, undated

Box Folder

United States Navy, 1991-2008, undated

18 1

"'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Policy Analysis and Interpretation", Cleveland, Fred E. and Ohl, Mark A., 1994

18 2

Department of the Navy Sec Nav instruction 1920.6B, 1999

18 3

United States Navy and United States Marine training, 2000

18 4

"Study of Naval Officers' Attitudes Toward Homosexuals in the Military", Bicknell, John W., Jr., 2000

18 5

United States Navy separation policies, 2002

18 6

United States Marines, 1994-2006

18 7

Training in the services, United States Marine Corps, 2001

18 8

 Subseries 4: United States Air Force, 1994-2004, undated

Box Folder

"Administrative Discharge Procedures for Commissioned Officers", AF 36-3206, 1994

19 1

Administrative Discharge Procedures for Commissioned Officers, AF 36-3206, 1994

19 1

United States Air Force, 1995-2004, undated

19 2

Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard Annual Survey of the Law, 1999

19 3

Air Force training, 2000

19 4

Air Force training materials about Air Force homosexual conduct policy and anti-gay harassment, 2002

19 5

Anti-Harassment Action Plan (AHAP), 2002-2004

19 6

Report of the Panel to Review Sexual Misconduct at the United States Air Force Academy, 2003-2004

19 7

HQ ARPC/JA Guide to Inquiry Officers in Recoupment Dispute Cases, undated

19 8

 Subseries 5: United States Coast Guard, 1996-2005

Box Folder

Coast Guard, 1996-2004

20 1

Application of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" to the United States Coast Guard, 2001

20 2

Coast Guard applications, 2001-2005

20 3

 Subseries 6: National Guard and Reserves, 2004

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 Series 3: Publications, 1988-2007

Box Folder

Nonconforming Sexual Orientations and Military Suitability, 1988

20 5

Preservice Adjustment of Homosexual and Heterosexual Military Accessions: Implication for Security Clearance Suitability, 1989

20 6

The Veterans Self-Help Guide, 1991-1992

20 7

Sexual Orientation and Military Service, 1992

21 1

Homosexuals and U.S. Military Policy, 1993

21 2

Homosexuals and U.S. Military Personnel Policy: Policy Options and Assessments, 1993

21 3

Parameters, 1993

21 4

Legal journals, 1994-2001

21 5

Security Clearances Consideration of Sexual Orientation in the Clearance Process, 1995

21 6

Sexual Orientation Identity Formation, 1996

21 7

Gays in the Military: Litigation, Legislation, and Witch Hunts, 1997

21 8

Military Administrative Law Materials SLDN Military Law and Practice Roundtable, Volume One, 1999

21 9

Military Administrative Law Materials SLDN Military Law and Practice, Volume Two, 1999

21 10

Gay Directory of Authoritative Resources, 1999-2000

21 11

Do Military Policies on Gender and Sexuality Undermine Combat Effectiveness?, 2001

21 12

Conflicts and Opportunities: The Role of the Armed Forces in Modern Democratic Societies, 2001

21 13

Articles, 2001-2002

21 14

U.S. Military Policies Concerning Homosexuals: Development, Implementation, and Outcomes, 2002

22 1

Foreign Languages Human Capital Approach Needed to Correct Staffing and Proficiency Shortfalls, 2002

22 2

The Military Pocket Republic, 2002

22 3

U.S. Military Policies Concerning Homosexuals: Development Implementation and Outcomes, 2002

22 4

Conviction by Special Courts-Martial: A Felony Conviction?, 2002

22 5

Uniform Discrimination: The "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Policy of the U.S. Military, 2003

22 6

Does Lifting of a Gay Ban Increase Anti-Gay Harassment?, 2003

22 7

Articles, 2003, undated

22 8

Don't Ask, Don't Tell, Don't Work: A Ten Year Evaluation of Military Personnel Policy Concerning Homosexuality, 2003

22 9

Military Commissions & Administrative Law, 2003

22 10

Don't Ask, Don't Tell: Is the Gay Ban Based on Military Necessity?, 2003

22 11

Center for the Study of Sexual Minorities (CSSMM) Resource Guide, Gays and Lesbians in the U.S. Military: 64 Points and Counterpoints, 2003

22 12

Tribunals and Tribulations: The Antithetical Elements of Military Governance in a Madisonian Democracy, 2003

22 13

Pax Militaris: The Feres Doctrine and the Retention of Sovereign Immunity in the Military System of Governance, 2003

22 14

The Dukeminier Awards Best Sexual Orientation Law Review Articles of 2002, 2003

22 15

Gay Men and Lesbians in the U.S. Military: Estimates from Census 2000, 2004

22 16

Political Representation and Accountability Under Don't Ask, Don't Tell, 2004

23 1

A False Focus on My Family, 2004

23 2

GP Solo, magazine, 2005

23 3

Financial Costs and Loss of Critical Skills Due to DOD's Homosexual Conduct Policy Cannot be Completely Estimated, 2005

23 4

DC Bar Introduction to Department of Defense Security Clearance Cases, 2006

23 5

Sexual Orientation and Military Service: Prospects for Organizational and Individual Change in the United States, 2006

23 6

From Fair (v. Rumsfeld) to Equal: The "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Law Student Repeal Toolkit, 2007

23 7

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 Series 4: Case Files, 1975-2008, undated

Box Folder

Pre-DADT employment actions against DOD, 1975-1991

3 4

Leonard P. Matlovich vs. Secretary of the Air Force and Col. Alton J. Thogersen, 1978

3 5

United States vs. Second Lieutenant Joann C. Newak, United States Air Force, 1982

3 6

Sergeant Perry J. Watkins vs. Unites States Army et al., 1988

3 7

Volker Keith Meinhold vs. United States Department of Defense and United States Navy, 1992-1994

3 8

Reverend Dusty Pruitt, Captain, United States Army Reserve vs. Secretary of Defense; Secretary of the Army; Ronald W. Zeltman, Brigadier General Commanding Officer, United States Army Reserve Components Personnel and Administration Center, St. Louis, Missouri, 1994

3 9

Early DADT Decisions, sections 1-5, 1994-1996

3 10

Early DADT Decisions, sections 6-10, 1995-1996

3 11

"Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Cases, sections A-B, 1994-1998

4 1

"Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Cases, sections C-F, 1995-2003

4 2

Lieutenant Paul G. Thomasson, United States Navy vs. The Honorable William J. Perry, Secretary of Defense; and The Honorable John H. Dalton, Secretary of the Navy, 1995

4 3

Rebuttable presumption cases, 1995

4 4

Gay and Lesbian Law Students Association at the University of Connecticut School of Law vs. Board of Trustees, University of Connecticut, et al., 1995-1996

4 5

Roy Romer, Governor of Colorado, et al. vs. Richard G. Evans et al., 1996

4 6

Watson vs. Perry, correspondence, 1996

4 7

Defense Industrial Security Cases: An Introduction, 1996

4 8

Jaffee vs. Redmond, analysis, 1996-1997

4 9

Edward S. Robinson, Jr. vs. John H. Dalton, 1998

4 10

Madonna Sterling vs. Borough of Minersville, 1999

5 1

Mary Louise Cummings vs. Department of the Navy, 2000

5 2

Barry Turner vs. Commonwealth of Virginia, 2002

5 3

Lawrence vs. Texas, 2003

5 4

Implications of Lawrence vs. Texas, 2003

5 5

United States vs. Edwin J. Christian, Gunnery Sergeant (E-7), United States Marine Corps, 2003

5 6

United States vs. Technical Sergeant (E-6) Eric P. Marcum, 2003-2004

5 7

United States vs. Private (E-2) Anthony Noel S. Meno, 2003

5 8

Hillary Goodridge and Others vs. Department of Public Health and Another, 2003

5 9

Log Cabin Republicans vs. United States of America and Donald H. Rumsfeld, Secretary of Defense, 2004-2005

5 10

United States vs. Extreme Associates, Inc.; Donald Rumsfeld, et al. vs. Forum for Academic and Institutional Rights, et al., 2005

5 11

Richard Olejniczak vs. Colonel John F. Hanley, 2005

5 12

Thomas Cook et al. vs. Donald H. Rumsfeld, Secretary of Defense et. al., 2006

5 13

Thomas Cook et al. vs. Donald H. Rumsfeld, Secretary of Defense et al., Brief of Plantiffs - Appellants in no. 06-2313, 2006

5 14

Thomas Cook et al. vs. Donald H. Rumsfeld, Secretary of Defense et al.; Amicus Curiae of Law Professors, 2006

5 15

Thomas Cook et al. vs. Donald H. Rumsfeld, Secretary of Defense et al.; Amicus Curiae Lambda Legal Defense Fund, 2006

6 1

Thomas Cook et al. vs. Donald H. Rumsfeld, Secretary of Defense et al.; Amicus Curiae ACLU and ACLU of Massachusetts, 2006

6 2

Thomas Cook et al. vs. Donald H. Rumsfeld, Secretary of Defense et al.; Amicus Curiae Brief American Sociological Association and Social Science Professors, 2006

6 3

Relevant Cases Cited in "The Administrative Procedure Act and The Military Departments", tabs 1-12, 2008

6 2

Relevant Cases Cited in "The Administrative Procedure Act and The Military Departments", tabs 1-12

6 4

Relevant Cases Cited in "The Administrative Procedure Act and the Military Departments", tabs 13-23, 2008

6 5

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