Atheist groups campaign for non-religious chaplains in the U.S. military
A campaign is under way to allow non-religious chaplains to be appointed in the U.S. military.
Groups representing atheists and humanists serving in the army say that non-believers should have a chaplain who can empathise with their views.
Military chaplains help to, among other things, counsel troops and advise them on issues of faith.
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