Posiden saidI can say I am presently surprised.
I didn't really expect it to be anything different. Unless you're already predisposed towards not being accepting of LGBT persons, it seems like the last time you would care about it is when you're under fire or working with them. Most of the active duty personnel I've talked to have said as much or more. My current roomie is a former Marine, and could care less.
Edit: What will be most interesting to me is how the conservatives who voted against DADT's repeal will interpret this report. Unless they can come up with proof that DADT is necessary to national security or damaging if it is repealed, they will have nowhere to go on the issue. If the brass' own report recommends it, it can hardly be wise to contradict them.