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Healthy Resolution of Conflict at RAF Lakenheath

Healthy Resolution of Conflict at RAF Lakenheath

 Shane Hinton is stationed at RAF Lakenheath, UK. He has been active with the local humanist communities and is one of our certified lay leaders. He is married with (soon to be) two children. He recounts this story of resolving … Continue reading

Air Force Academy Freethinkers Seek Understanding

Air Force Academy Freethinkers Seek Understanding

The latest gossip from the Air Force Academy is about “censorship of religious commentary” by erasing a whiteboard and “proselytizing for atheism” with an optional information booth. That’s what people hear about, but the Freethinkers Club, which is a recognized cadet … Continue reading

Religious Accommodation Expands Beyond Christianity

Religious Accommodation Expands Beyond Christianity

The Department of Defense has published an updated regulation on religious accommodation (see text: DoDI 1300.17). They represent a thorough and thoughtful effort to manage post-DOMA strife caused by some who continue to oppose all lesbian and gay rights. It is … Continue reading

Profile: Airman Taylor Grin

Profile: Airman Taylor Grin

guest post by Airman Taylor Grin When I enlisted in the Air Force, one of my chief concerns was how I would be treated as an atheist. After I swore in, one of the first things I did was sign … Continue reading

White House Addresses Military Spiritual Fitness Training

White House Addresses Military Spiritual Fitness Training

The US military has a real problem with mental health and suicides. The military is addressing these issues with hotlines, training, and a wide array of professional mental health training to not just address issues but to change culture. A … Continue reading