By next week, the Obama administration says it will have a more concrete plan to share about how it will move to work with Congress and the Pentagon to repeal Don’t Ask Don’t Tell. That news comes on the heels of a White House source that says military leaders signed off on Obama’s language used in his SOTU speech. And this, from Sec. Robert Gates’ office: “The Department leadership is actively working on an implementation plan and will have more to say about it next week.” Meanwhile, Carl Levin’s Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on DADT that went AWOL? It’s been scheduled for Feb. 9.