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In Memoriam – Gary Guillen

In Memoriam – Gary Guillen

Remembering Gary Gary A. Guillen unexpectedly passed away at the Cape Fear Valley Medical Center on April 10, 2014 at the age of 63.  MASH Fort Bragg members honored his passing over Memorial Day weekend.  Born in Wyoming on March 19, … Continue reading

Where Military Service Leaves Off, Music Begins

Where Military Service Leaves Off, Music Begins

I am Chief Master Sergeant Rich Brown, a recent retiree from the United States Air Force.  I originally entered the service in December of 1984, specializing as an Independent Duty Medical Technician (4N000 SEI 496).  Since then, I have served … Continue reading

May In Review – MAAF’s Amazing Affiliates

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May In Review – MAAF’s Amazing Affiliates

The month of May was a busy one for MAAF!  Jason completed a trip to North and South Carolina to promote the organization and talk with local organizations about support for our nontheist service men and women, and developed contacts … Continue reading

War College thesis masks real issues with Victimhood campaign

War College thesis masks real issues with Victimhood campaign

A new ‘monograph’ by Don Snider and Al Shine has been published through the Army War College. This monograph proposes to review the role of personal beliefs (And expressions thereof) in the professional military ethic. More specifically, the authors analyze … Continue reading

Only One Not Cheering

Only One Not Cheering

Anne Klaeysen, Leader of the New York Society for Ethical Culture, recently gave a platform address on the power of poetry to express human values and humanist values.  “Poetry has the power to inspire us and elicit empathy for others. It can turn us inward … Continue reading