November 2013

Replace the Clergy

Why the Department of the Navy needs counselors
Volume 97, Issue 11

For years, the Navy Chaplain Corps has undergone little scrutiny or evaluation of its capabilities or effectiveness. Once examined, it becomes clear that the Chaplain Corps is expensive and provides a redundant religious capability, and its members are routinely employed beyond their capabilities.

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