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Army Chapel Welcomes All and Privileges None

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Army Chapel Welcomes All and Privileges None

Tim Mak at Politico reports a large cross adorning an Army chapel has been removed. Army Regulation 165-1, which governs Army chaplain operations, states “the chapel environment will be religiously neutral when the facility is not being used for scheduled worship” and … Continue reading

Camp Pendleton Cross Privileges Christianity; Marginalizes non-Christians

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Camp Pendleton Cross Privileges Christianity; Marginalizes non-Christians

I posted last week about religious memorials on veteran’s day.  The Camp Pendleton cross (technically located in the Camp Horno area) was one of two focus items in an article that referred to a long list of Christian monuments defended … Continue reading

Open Letter to Chaplains from Foxhole Atheists

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Open Letter to Chaplains from Foxhole Atheists

This is a second open letter that follows up on a first letter and continuing outreach to military leaders and chaplain endorsers from atheists, humanists, and other nontheists.  The intent is the same – to speed support and services to … Continue reading

Academy-Atheist Collaboration Continues to Bear Fruit

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Academy-Atheist Collaboration Continues to Bear Fruit

Continuing what is now nearly a year of collaboration, the Air Force Academy has made significant changes to training as a result of reviews by the Military Association of Atheists & Freethinkers.  New training for senior cadets includes stricter language … Continue reading

Secular Organizations Find Bias in Combined Federal Campaign

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Secular Organizations Find Bias in Combined Federal Campaign

The Military Association of Atheists & Freethinkers conducts an ongoing review of Combined Federal Campaign charities to help its members select charities that align closely MAAF objectives such as respect for conscience and belief and support for atheists in foxholes. … Continue reading