The AP covers Marine training on DADT repeal.
What's interesting here isn't the training itself, which has been discussed before. It's the reaction. The message that the military put on top of everything is that you don't have to give up your religious beliefs to work with someone who's gay or bisexual, something that we'd think is so basic that everyone would get it.
But two people in the video respond with something like: "If homosexuality is against my religion, why can't I request not to work with someone?" To which I'd respond: "If being dogmatic and ignorant is against my religion, why can't I request not to work with you? Oh, right, if my religion prohibits me from doing something that doesn't give me the legal right to impose that on everyone else."