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Humanists host speaker at Ft Bragg chaplain facility

Humanists host speaker at Ft Bragg chaplain facility

At Ft Bragg on Sep 22nd, David Niose presented topics from his new book Nonbeliever Nation. Central North Carolina Atheists & Humanists (CNCAH) coordinated to make the event happen. Ft Bragg chaplains showed openness to nontheists in allowing the event at Watters Family Life … Continue reading

Military Academies Recognize Student Humanist Groups

Military Academies Recognize Student Humanist Groups

For the first time, groups of atheists, humanists, and freethinkers have been given official recognition at the nation’s military academies. USAFA Freethinkers, Naval Academy Freethinkers and Atheists, and the West Point Secular Student Alliance all had tables at the Academy … Continue reading

New Air Force Standards Protect Nonreligious Personal Beliefs

New Air Force Standards Protect Nonreligious Personal Beliefs

Airmen everywhere just received a new foundational regulation for their use – Air Force Instruction 1-1 Air Force Standards. The regulation covers values, conduct, ethics, equal opportunity, and appearance. This regulation also serves to codify the interim guidance on religious … Continue reading

Questions Regarding Navy Base Bahrain Gospel Outreach Concert

Questions Regarding Navy Base Bahrain Gospel Outreach Concert

At Naval Support Activity Bahrain, a “Gospel Desert Outreach Concert” is scheduled on the final Friday of Ramadan. The Chaplain sent an all-hands email August 16th to announce worship services, Bible classes, Catholic transition, and a concert to “reach people … Continue reading

New Study Shows Significant Atheist Military Population

New Study Shows Significant Atheist Military Population

A new population study of official Department of Defense records by the Military Association of Atheists & Freethinkers shows religious preference and chaplain endorsements for all components and branches of the military. Findings show atheists are represented in larger numbers … Continue reading