WASHINGTON — An Air Force senior master sergeant has filed a formal complaint after allegedly being relieved of his duties for admitting that he opposes a redefinition of marriage.
“We are hoping that the Air Force in particular, and all the military services, will honor the law that was passed by Congress last year that provides a right of conscience protection for our military personnel,” said Ron Cruise of the Chaplain Alliance for Religious Liberty.
He told EWTN News on Aug. 21 that “those serving to protect religious liberties” should have their own religious liberties secured as well.
Sgt. Phillip Monk, a member of the Air Force for 19 years and a member of the 37th Training...READ MORE