RAND Review: Gays in the Military, Home Health Care, Police Recruitment
In This Issue (Volume 35, Number 1: Spring 2011)
AP IMAGES/ALEX BRANDON
The latest RAND report on gays in the military sits in front of General Carter Ham, commander of the United States Army Europe and cochairman of the Pentagon’s Comprehensive Review Working Group, during the U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., on December 2, 2010.
In one respect, the story of RAND’s long involvement in the issue of gays in the military is one of endurance, showing how a government contractor can do things that a government cannot always do for itself. In another respect, the story is one of gleaning new information and placing it into a useful context.