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Do Atheists Curse a Blessed Day?

Do Atheists Curse a Blessed Day?

Objections from the Military Religious Freedom Foundation recently led to new policy at an Air Force installation to stop its gate guards from greeting visitors with “Have a blessed day.” The objection was that this religious greeting was inappropriate for … Continue reading

Air Force Celebrates Humanists at Offutt AFB

Air Force Celebrates Humanists at Offutt AFB

In a great leap forward for acceptance of Humanists, Offutt Air Force Base posted a story celebrating the approval of Offutt Humanists, aka OH!, as a recognized Private Organization. While Chaplains provide advertising, space, resources, and organization for beliefs they deem acceptable, … Continue reading

5th Ranger Battalion Disciplines Evangelical Chaplain

5th Ranger Battalion Disciplines Evangelical Chaplain

A few weeks ago, a chaplain delivered a Christian sermon and materials as part of mandatory suicide prevention training to 5th Ranger Training Battalion. MAAF immediately contacted the command, alerted them to the situation, and asked for the opportunity to work toward a … Continue reading

Atheists at the Christmas Party

Atheists at the Christmas Party

Holiday events are starting. In the video below from before Thanksgiving, I encourage MAAF members to participate in Holiday/Christmas Party planning. Joining other groups, the MAAF Chapter in Kaiserslautern, Germany is having a Holiday party potluck event. This year should … Continue reading

Air Force Mutes Prohibitions Against Proselytism

Air Force Mutes Prohibitions Against Proselytism

Update: Testimony by MAAF to Congressional hearing 11/19/2014 The new Air Force Instruction 1-1 is published with eliminations of the more inclusive regulations in the original publication. Language explicitly restricting commanders and chaplains from proselytizing has been removed. However, the language … Continue reading