The Pentagon has said if people want to "admit" that they're gay and want to switch, they will be processed, but also told the legal situation could change.
U.S. Military insiders have said a report about the possible consequences of allowing openly gay people in the services will be released in december.
Some Pentagon officials have said there would be dramatic policy changes in the as gay soldiers were to be involved in such things as on-base housing and social events.
Last week, declared California judge, Virginia Phillips, that policy of "don't ask don't tell" gay military members ' right to freedom of expression and to equal protection under the law violated.
Democrats in the Senate had tried to wipe out in september, but not a necessary votes.
President Barack Obama has also promised to end of the policy.