Atheists in U.S. military seek official recognition

A small but growing movement complains of religious bias and seeks the same status as Christians, Jews and Muslims.Capt. Ryan Jean wanted to perform well on the Army's psychological evaluation. But he also wanted to answer the questions honestly. So when he was asked whether he believed his life had a lasting purpose, Jean, an atheist, saw no choice but to say no. Full Story »

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by Warrior Wheatman - Nov. 15, 2011

Atheists in uniform feel discriminated against in carreer oppertunities. They would like equal representation for their spritual needs .'Lay-leade'r would be a step to chaplaincy - a chaplaincy that adresses spiritual needs that do not fit organised religions (as opposed to a mental health clinic).

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