command chaplain

command chaplain

The senior chaplain assigned to or designated by a commander of a staff, command, or unit. See also combatant command chaplain; lay leader; religious support; religious support plan.
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Release date- 30072019 - A new quarterly newsletter from the Defense Logistics Agency command chaplain gives customers insight into the religious supply chain and order times for religious holidays.
One iconic photograph alone of United Nations Command Chaplain U.S.
Col.) Hyeonjoong Kim, 2ID/RUCD command chaplain and Seoul native.
Wullenweber has spent time with the Guard's 116th Air Control Wing, the active duty's 78th Air Base Wing and the Headquarters Air Force Reserve Command chaplain's office at Robins over the past few weeks.
David Hammond, assistant command chaplain, said that they chose this community relations project in response to a current natural disaster that displaced an estimated 90,000 Filipinos.
ACC Command Chaplain, Col Tim Butler, applauded this effort.
Edward Erwin serves as command chaplain of Naval Air Station Sigonella, Sicily, Italy.
Pictured with the Ringos are Navy European Command Chaplain Capt.
Since March 23, 1940, Honorary Squadron Leader John McNab (a Presbyterian) had worked as Command Chaplain of No.
It will be led by US Navy Fifth Fleet Command Chaplain Captain Mark Steiner.
Highlights of the memorial included an invocation calling for the crew to remember their fallen shipmate by Command Chaplain, Cmdr.
Before joining the LCMS staff, Williamson was a command chaplain at the U.S.

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