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The Rise and Fall of an Honorary Navy Chief Petty Officer

The Rise and Fall of an Honorary Navy Chief Petty Officer

Guest post by Chief Petty Officer ETC(SW) Doug Wright For decades, Bill Cosby was an American icon. If you were anything like me as a teen, you would find yourself sitting faithfully in front of the color TV to watch the latest … Continue reading

MAAF Affiliates in 2015 Off To A Strong Start

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MAAF Affiliates in 2015 Off To A Strong Start

2015 has started off at a run for the MAAF Affiliate groups around the globe. We are in the process of developing affiliates in Anchorage and Fairbanks, Alaska, Chicago, Las Vegas, and Ellsworth in South Dakota. Internationally, MAAF affiliates are … Continue reading

Meet the Fine Folks with MASH Fort Bragg!

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Meet the Fine Folks with MASH Fort Bragg!

Are you headed to Fort Bragg?  Are you there currently?  Are you looking for a group of free thinking individuals who make a difference in their community?  You’ve come to the right place!  Meet up with MASH Fort Bragg. They … Continue reading

Navy Approves Atheist Lay Leader

Navy Approves Atheist Lay Leader

In a great leap forward for diversity of belief, commanders on the USS Makin Island have approved an Atheist Lay Leader. Chief Petty Officer Martin Healey completed lay leader training, got assistance and an endorsement by way of Paul Loebe of American … Continue reading

Remembering SMSgt Fred Green

Remembering SMSgt Fred Green

We are sad to announce the death of Fred Green, one of the original MAAF members and one of my own inspirations to activism. We met first in 1999 or 2000 when he was with Washington Area Secular Humanists. I … Continue reading

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