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There are atheist in foxholes. Also, Combat Information Centers in Warships, in the seat of a fighter jet, driving a tank and even in combat medical units. I trust every single one of them.

slavenomore 5 Apr 21

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I was in the Navy, dog tags said "none" and it was never questioned nor did it hurt my promotions.

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I spent 11 years in the army, but one good thing about reconnaissance was we didn't stay in one place long enough to dig foxholes. When I suggested digging fighting positions to defend a hill we'd just assaulted during training, an instructor told me, "We call them ranger graves."

JimG Level 8 Apr 22, 2018
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To all who Served, does not matter for what service or in what country, I Salute you for "Standing The Watch" and I Thank You for your Service and Sacrifice.

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You sound like a former military with knowledge of a CIC. If you ever served... I thank you for your service and sacrifice, now let us not forget.... there will also be assholes among us, because we are just a slice of the many slices on mankind.

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I was one, my dogtags read no pref

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AO3(A/W) VFA-34 USN 2012-2017 hope everyone is well!

Thank you for your service and sacrifice. USN 80-00. RM/IT.

@GipsyOfNewSpain thank you for yours brother!

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I was an atheist in an army band!

Remi Level 7 Apr 22, 2018

Thank you for your service and sacrifice.

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As do I sir.

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Some of us were even corpsmen, lol.

Thank You for your service and sacrifice.

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Yep I am one! Retired Navy 1988

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Anyone not familiar with Pat Tilson's story should read of it.
. Nonbelievers are everywhere.
And that Masai village experience is it.
✊

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And all of us appreciate that. By the way, GO NAVY....

Go Navy, Back at Yah.

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You know here in UK people really don't care and if they do, they'd consider it a bit rude to say anything. The one and only time someone said something was my old clinical lead, I love her to bits by the way, but Irish and very Catholic. She said, "Oh Jayne yer an Atheist...but yer so lovelee" ( I tried to type that in a Southern Irish accent). I kinda feel sorry for you guys, it seems that Americans can be very judgey sometimes

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