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Posts: 267 1/15/11 1:20 P
I am in the Army, and am familiar with the test in question. While I am not necessarily an advocate of the test, I have to point out that I personally didn't feel offended by it. At no point did it mention or name any specific religion or deity. I really just chalked it up to a good case of, "If the shoe fits, wear it."
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Posts: 39,377 1/7/11 7:01 P
I would never imagine such a thing exist. It is so obviously wrong.
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Fitness Minutes: (38,685) Posts: 4,787 1/7/11 5:04 P
I’m pretty sure it’s not the Army’s business how &/or whether you relate to deity.
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