Pentagon report finds no religious discrimination at Air Force Academy

[JURIST] A Pentagon report released Wednesday detailed troubling relgious insensitivity at the US Air Force Academy [official website], but found no overt acts of religious discrimination. The Department of Defense investigated the constitutionality of certain religious practices [JURIST report] and reports of religious intolerance [JURIST report] at the elite Colorado Springs institution. The report nonetheless calls for more "operational guidance" [Air Force Print News report] as to what is and is not acceptable. AP has more. Read a transcript of the Pentagon briefing on the report.

 

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