So now, in obedience to the court ruling, military recruiters have been told that they must accept gay applicants. Let’s suppose that a higher court temporarily or permanently restores DADT. How would the reinstated policy affect those recruits? Having “told” under the judge’s current order, could they legally be cashiered? Or, like the same-sex couples married in California before Proposition 8 repealed same-sex marriage, would they have to be grandfathered in? The Few. The Proud. The Out.