Dan Choi Attempts To Re-Enlist In The Military at Times Square, NYC Recruitment Station – Told He’s "Too Old" For The Marines

A Pentagon spokeswoman announced today that Military recruiters have been told that they must accept gay applicants, following a federal court decision striking down the ban on gays serving openly in the military. 

Following the news Dan,Choi, who was discharged under DADT earlier this year, immediately headed to the Times Square military recruiting station in NYC to reenlist.

Choi first attempted to re-enlist in the Marines and was told he was “too old” so he is now trying to enlist in The Army.

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