The AP is reporting that:
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on Wednesday approved a recommendation by military leaders that all U.S. troops returning from Ebola response missions in West Africa be kept in supervised isolation for 21 days. The move goes beyond precautions recommended by the Obama administration for civilians, although President Barack Obama has made clear he feels the military's situation is different from that of civilians, in part because troops are not in West Africa by choice.
Meanwhile, the nurse who was briefly quarantined in New Jersey has said that, since she has a choice, hers is not to quarantine herself. She is also talking to lawyers. As Elise Viebeck of The Hill reports
[Kaci Hickox] was released earlier this week and transferred to Maine, where she lives. Her attorney said Monday that she agreed to stay in her home and not venture into large public places. But Hickox appears to have changed her thinking. "I am not going to sit around and be bullied by politicians and forced to stay in my home when I am not a risk to the American public,” Hickox said. "I do understand that [Ebola] has created a lot of fear, but we still have to make policies based on evidence."