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Location: Washington, DC
Latest Activity: May 14
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I can almost see Naval Station Norfolk from my house. Let me know if you need any help and if our schedules work out I am there for you.
Fort Jackson is ideal if you can address the senior leaders of the BCT units and everybody at the Chaplains' School. I just finished the AIT PSG course there and it wouldn't hurt to include their cadre, not because they have issues, but because more than a few SSGs and SFCs attending the course have prejudices against atheists...I sat next to one...from Fort Gordon (Signal School). AND...The Master Resilience Trainer Course at Victory University where they discuss the CSF and GAT...and more to the point, spiritual wellness...go get 'em!
If any of you also happen to be ideologically conservative, please come check out our Conservative Atheist group here on Atheist Nexus. We have 20 members here now. Also, please come check out a similar group (same title) on Facebook. There, we have 230 members now.
Conservative Atheists (AN) - Atheist Nexus
Conservative Atheists (FB) - Facebook
Conservatives in both groups range from Conservative Libertarians to Conservatives.
In November 2010, the US Air Force Academy invited the Military Association of Atheists & Freethinkers along with other representatives of religious organizations and interfaith advocacy groups to their 2010 Religious Respect Conference. The focus of this conference was dialogue about the religious climate at the Academy and the development of religious respect training for freshmen cadets. This was intended to lay the foundation for more comprehensive training for upperclassmen and eventually for faculty and staff. The November conference was a great step forward, but it was only two days. In the past few months, the Academy has continued to meet the expectations set at the conference, but there is more work to be done.
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