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The author of this commentary says no one is stopping Shields of Strength from making dog tags with Bible verses, but the dog tags can't be officially licensed by the Marine Corps or have the USMC's trademarked emblem on them if they promote religion.
By Chris Rodda
The author of this commentary says the Pentagon should allow replica dog tags with Bible verses to fulfill requests by service members.
By Mike Berry
When foreign troops entered American soil and demanded our troops disarm, the U.S. personnel complied. Yet when an Air Force veteran of 33 years attempted to mention God, he was immediately assaulted and dragged away.
By David Holmes
A little publicized legal opinion that addresses commanders’ rights to mention God at change of command and promotion ceremonies, issued by the Air Force judge advocate general in December, is now drawing protests and praise.
By Kent Miller