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Location: Washington, DC
Latest Activity: Jan 5
Started by Peggy Henderson. Last reply by James Kz Jan 7, 2013.
Started by John Spruell. Last reply by Dennis M. Dutton Dec 12, 2011.
Started by Bud Martin Nov 30, 2011.
The Invocation begins at about 5:57...notice the lame disclamer at the beginning.
A quick question for any active duty Navy people.
Back when I was in (let's just call it several years ago), when a ship was at sea, just before taps, a prayer was given over the 1MC. Is that still the case today? If so, what do you think about it?
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I had no idea something like this existed for military members. How refreshing!
Have to photograph the nativity on in one of the front windows of the Bradley Vehicle Maintenance Instruction Facility at Harmony Churchon Fort Benning today. I was in disbelief that those instructors didn't know better. Santa is dumb enough but not very religious. I suppose I could sneak by and swap the baby for some uncooked spaghetti noodles.
M*A*S*H Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri
If you are in the Ft Wood area or have orders here--if you know anyone who is stationed here or has orders here, we welcome you to join us or pass on our welcome message. We are a fledgling organization. You may not be aware that Ft Wood is the home of the infamous "Free Day Away". This is reason enough to support an atheist presence in this area. MAAF is one or our sponsors!
MY grandfather was a WWII vet.
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