1. Air Force University Press, May 2010, Attitudes Are Not Free: Thinking Deeply About Diversity in the U.S. Armed Forces. See chapter by Elaine Donnelly, titled “Defending the Culture of the Military,” which provides background on the legislative history of the 1993 law, Section 654, Title 10, U.S.C. the consequences of imposing an LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) law or policy on the military, which begins on page 249:
2. Lt. Col. Robert Maginnis, a retired Army officer and Senior Fellow for National Security at the Family Research Center, offers a thorough explanation of the history of homosexuality in the military and the 1993 law that currently governs it, while also providing solid arguments as to why that law should be maintained.
6. January 20, 2010 letter to Secretary of Defense Robert Gates from House Armed Services Committee Ranking Member Howard P. “Buck” McKeon , listing issues of concern to the HASC, and providing an extensive analysis of the 1993 “RAND Study on Sexual Orientation and US Military Policy” by Campbell University Law School Professor William A. Woodruff
7. On July 20, 2010, Family Research Council (FRC) sponsored a webcast on the 2011 Defense Authorization bill's provision to repeal the law on gays in the military. Titled, "Mission Compromised: How the military is being USED to advance a RADICAL AGENDA," the programs featured guests included: