A coalition of gay rights groups has launched a renewed assault on the U.S. military's controversial "don't ask, don't tell" law, marking its 14th anniversary by planting 12,000 U.S. flags on the National Mall to recognize troops discharged over the policy and releasing a letter signed by 28 retired general and flag officers calling on Congress to repeal it.

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