By Elaine Donnelly
Extending sexual misconduct to combat units
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Chad Costa is a perfectly friendly guy, but he has a penchant for getting booed when he cuts his grass. His neighbors don't take kindly to the burgundy-and-gold signs and flags splayed across his front yard, nor do they think the American Indian logo tattooed on his ankle is particularly attractive.
"There were a couple of years there where I would walk in the store and they would just kind of look at me and roll their eyes and not even say anything," Costa said.