[JURIST] The US Department of Defense (DOD) [official website] on Tuesday released an extensive report [text, PDF] concluding that the repeal of the military’s "Don’t Ask Don’t Tell" (DADT) [10 USC 654; JURIST news archive] policy would only minimally effect military effectiveness, soldier retention and family readiness. The Pentagon found that the repeal of DADT would likely bring about some limited and isolated disruption, but, with proper implementation, the risk to overall military readiness is extremely low [press release]….