US Air Force and Air Force Reserve chaplains recently helped support exercises occurring at Travis Air Force Base, California:
For Chaplain (Maj.) Matthew Ellis, for the 349th Air Mobility Wing, interacting with military members during exercises helps build relationships and a healthy level of comfort for Airmen.
In an interesting note, the article makes a point of saying [emphasis added]:
There is a myth that chaplains are only for people who are spiritual or religious, and that’s very much not the case, Ellis said.
It is a chaplain’s duty to provide protection for Airmen’s First Amendment rights.
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