U.S. Army Reprimands Chaplain for Citing Bible in Suicide Prevention Training Session


U.S. Army Reprimands Chaplain for Citing Bible in Suicide Prevention Training Session.

FORT BENNING, Ga. – The U.S. Army has issued a “letter of concern” to a Georgia chaplain for citing the Bible during a recent suicide prevention training session.

According to reports, Col. David Fivecoat, the commander of the Airborne and Ranger Training Brigade at Fort Benning, Ga., ordered Chaplain (CPT) Joe Lawhorn, to come to his office on Thanksgiving Day, at which time he presented him with the letter. Fivecoat expressed concern over the content of the session with the 5th Ranger Training Battalion at the University of North Georgia.

According to the Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty, during the training session at issue, Lawhorn spoke about his past personal struggle with depression when he was a ranger, and explained that he overcame the condition after considering the example of King David in the Scriptures. He also provided other generic resources that he thought…

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Decorated pilot faces discharge for telling lesbians to stop breaking Army rules

Reblogged from Wintery Knight:

From the Washington Times.


The Army is moving to discharge a decorated combat pilot who intervened to stop two lesbian officers from showing what he considered inappropriate affection on the dance floor during a full-dress formal ball at Fort Drum, New York, in 2012.

Lt. Col. Christopher Downey, who was once assigned to the White House and completed tours in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, ended up being convicted administratively of assaulting a soldier trying to videotape the kissing and grabbing.

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It is quite clear now that the American military would rather have lesbians and atheists / humanists than Christians, in its ranks.

Fine. Let those folks die for the Empire, instead.