60% of The Marine Corps, and the same number of special combat groups believed repealing the law would impair their fighting effectiveness, however
92% percent of troops who believe they have served with a gay person saw no effect on their units' morale or effectiveness. Among Marines in combat roles who said they have served alongside a gay person, 84 percent said there was no impact.
These are the figures from the official survey. They seem to show that the perception among the fighting troops was that it made no odds what the sexuality was of the person fighting alongside them.
If your constitution is supposed to be secular, guaranteeing separation between church and state, it makes very little sense that discrimination based on the narrow views of some religions should be enshrined in your armed forces regulations.
Your country will have finally grown up when marriages of marines of all sexes are celebrated, with honour guards of their colleagues in attendance, to cheer on the bride and groom, the groom and groom, or the bride and bride; whichever it may be.