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Military Matters

Lindsey Rowland, editor

   

American soldiers need spiritual grounding

In The Faith of the American Soldier, Stephen Mansfield takes a look at the role of religion, or lack of it, in the lives of U.S. service men and women. The “Millennials,” as he calls them, are the new generation of American soldiers, made up of a strictly volunteer military force. “They are the youngest children of the generation that fought in Vietnam, the grandchildren and great-grandchildren of those who fought in World War II. Most of them were born in the early 1980s. The only wars they can remember outside of movies and books are the conflict in Kosovo and America’s brief but tragic involvement in Somalia,” Mansfield writes. [More]

 
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Proffessor Knowles deployed

The Army Reserve TV commercial that shows empty offices and vacant places of employment, with the words “currently fighting the war on terror” could be about Professor Gordon Knowles, Ph.D. He could offer his empty HPU office and the phrase “currently working on Task Force Liberty in Iraq” for the commercial. [More]

 
 
 
 

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