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A Visit to the Chaplain and a Debate

A Visit to the Chaplain and a Debate

Recently a MAAF member visited the local chaplains office at an Army medical center. He visited the head chaplain and asked what he could do for an atheist. He started by stating it depended on what the atheist wanted. He … Continue reading

Military Atheists Expanding to Special Ops at Ft Bragg

Military Atheists Expanding to Special Ops at Ft Bragg

Ft Bragg is the home of primary deployment center for the Army’s combat power. Home to Forces Command (the Army’s deployable forces), including the famous 82nd Airborne Division and Special Operations Command, Ft Bragg is one of the most important … Continue reading

A Merry Christmas From Military Atheists at Travis AFB

A Merry Christmas From Military Atheists at Travis AFB

At Travis Air Force Base, the local affiliate of MAAF, North Bay Military Atheists & Secular Humanists, has posted an inclusive holiday greeting, wishing all on the installation a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Joyous Solstice, and Happy HumanLight. The local … Continue reading

Hawaii Military Atheists Celebrate with Charity and Service

Hawaii Military Atheists Celebrate with Charity and Service

Across the military, atheists and humanists are reaching out to support their local communities. Hawaii MAAF Affiliate¬†M*A*S*H* Hawaii¬†with organizer Jacob Milich and lay leader Nick Stenkamp support Naval Station Pearl Harbor, Hickam AFB, Schofield Barracks, and Marine Corps Base Kaneohe … Continue reading

Cadet Leaves West Point After Resiliency Programs Fail

Cadet Leaves West Point After Resiliency Programs Fail

Blake Page was scheduled to graduate in the summer of 2013 after four years at West Point. Instead, he will return home to Minnesota and seek a new profession outside the military. Why? More than most cadets, he struggled with … Continue reading