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Creech AFB Advocates Christian-only POW Table

Creech AFB Advocates Christian-only POW Table

The POW/MIA Table is a well-known honor for military personnel captured or lost in battle. It’s important to remember those lost and to honor their service, whatever their beliefs may have been. However, at Creech Air Force Base in Nevada, … Continue reading

Christian Prayer Enforced at Air Assault Graduation

Christian Prayer Enforced at Air Assault Graduation

Update 6/25: An Army spokesperson has reported the mandatory prayer participation policy has been overturned and there is no requirement to bow heads or be heard to say Amen, though official prayer will continue. MAAF has obtained a video showing … Continue reading

Navy Basic Training Shuts Out Religious Diversity

Navy Basic Training Shuts Out Religious Diversity

The Navy has taken another step backward in terms of religious diversity. Recent reports, verified independently by MAAF, show that Great Lakes Training Center, Navy Basic Training, has turned away all civilian religious program volunteers. This means that those personnel … Continue reading

Navy Chief of Chaplains Reinforces Pluralism

Navy Chief of Chaplains Reinforces Pluralism

Update: Local command Response letter added t the Chief’s response below. The Navy has re-affirmed pluralism in the wake of one chaplain who was dismissed for relying exclusively on “biblical” counseling. Two weeks ago, Liberty Institute and other Christian privilege advocacy … Continue reading

Do You Even Chaplain, Bro?

Do You Even Chaplain, Bro?

A Chaplain has been dismissed (pending appeal) from military service for evangelizing troops under his care. Kudos to the military for finally enforcing professional chaplain conduct. That having been said, this issue is still under investigation and the details are … Continue reading