In late May the code behind God and Country was “compromised.” While it would be entertaining to try to pin blame on those who disagree with the message of military religious freedom, it was more likely the product of nefarious mass marketers wanting to sell knock-off purses. The site was taken offline while the compromised code was removed. Fortunately, a delay to the planned 15 July re-launch date was unnecessary.
If you accepted a request for Java or another strange pop-up while accessing this site during late May/early June, you should ensure your internet security/anti-virus software is current. While the compromise should have been localized to the server, you can never be too cautious.
Regrettably, this interference occurred while some particularly interesting events were occurring for religious freedom in the US military. These events will be revisited in the coming days.