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US Military Academy SSA Greets ’18 Plebes

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US Military Academy SSA Greets ’18 Plebes

On 12 August 2014 the United States Military Academy (USMA) incoming class of 2018 conducted a 12-mile forced march from Camp Buckner to the academy. The march is the culminating event of cadet basic training where they were taught land … Continue reading

Jumpin’ June – MAAF Affiliates in Review

Jumpin’ June – MAAF Affiliates in Review

June was an interesting month for MAAF!  Jason and Rose attended the Secular Coalition For America 2014 Lobby Day Conference in Washington DC, meeting with many of the movers and shakers of the Secular movement from around the country.  They … Continue reading

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

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

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