Source: Memorial Day Open Thread
I’m just an Air Force brat (with three years of AFJROTC and one year of AFROTC under my belt), but I suspect that red high heels aren’t authorized for wear with uniforms even for women, let alone for men. Do commanders get to just make up changes of this sort on-the-fly? That’s also doubtful. How, then, was this allowed to happen?
Yesterday, we discussed a couple dozen things that bad leadership does to produce morale lower than a boil on a bushmaster’s belly. The kind of morale that the Army has right now.
But that was before we saw the latest in imbecilic social-engineering from these losers who couldn’t lead feces down a drainpipe to a septic tank. We are not making this up:
Mandatory high-heel march.
How long before the social engineers running the joint manage to reduce the military to this? (C’mon…you knew this was coming.)
Just what we need…force out the people who make the military work, leaving only the PC jackwagons who are trying to destroy it:
Soon there may only be atheists in the foxholes.
Christians are leaving the U.S. military or are discouraged from joining in the first place because of a “hostile work environment” that doesn’t let them express their beliefs openly, religious freedom advocates say.
Michael Berry, senior counsel at the Liberty Institute, a Texas-based legal organization dedicated to defending religious liberty in America, said recent high-profile cases of military chaplains facing punishment for private counseling sessions that reflected the teachings of their religion could cause devout Americans who are qualified for military service to think twice about joining the military.
In December, a chaplain for a Ranger training battalion received an administrative letter of concern after a soldier complained that he advocated Christianity and used the Bible during a mandatory unit suicide-prevention training session. The Military Association of Atheists and Freethinkers said the chaplain “used his official position to force his personal religious beliefs on a captive military audience” in an article the group posted on its website.
And, last month, a Navy chaplain was removed from his post and may lose his career after some sailors complained about his private counseling, in which he reportedly advocated against homosexuality and sex outside of marriage.