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Really? You Can't Say "Have a Blessed Day" at Georgia Air Force Base? It's BANNED?

News Staff : Mar 12, 2015
CBN News

The founder of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation called the commander of the security forces to tell him to stop his troops from blessing other service members.

(Robins Air Force Base, GA)[CBN News] "Blessings" are being banned at Robins Air Force Base in Georgia. (Graphic via CBN News)

That comes after the Military Religious Freedom Foundation launched another attack against religious expression in the military.

The anti-Christian group says non-religious service members at Robins AFB were upset because security personnel told them to "have a blessed day."

MRFF founder Mikey Weinstein calls the phrase a "sectarian greeting."

Weinstein says he called the commander of the security forces to tell him to stop his troops from blessing other service members, and the commander is complying.