What's Wrong With These People!
Jo Fish has a disturbing post about Air Force Chaplains
After my first aircraft "incident" the station chaplain showed up with the necessities of life: a case of beer and a carton of cigarettes. He said he would be down the hall if anyone needed him, and at the club from 5 to 7pm for the next week.
That's what Air Force chaplains used to be - available, but not pushy.
The garbage that has been going on in the Air Force chaplain service lately just grates. They are supposed to be there for the troops, not their sect. You don't preach hellfire to people going into combat.