The USA Today article said the United State military accidentally placed an ad on a Gay Web-site called GLEE and the military official said:
"This is the first I've heard about it," said Maj. Michael Baptista, advertising branch chief for the Army National Guard, which will spend $6.5 million on Internet recruiting this year. "We didn't knowingly advertise on that particular website," which he said does not "meet the moral standards" [I am not even going to go there, that can be the topic on another blog entry.] of the military.
Meanwhile on the other side of the ocean the British military are holding seminars on how to accommodate transsexual military personnel and a seminar on how to recruit gays and lesbian to the Navy.