This is sure to be a controversial topic. I agree that the military has become far to religious to the point that they often push religion on service
members. It is also true in my opinion that having an oath to god is establishing religion which the government is not supposed to do. I am also sure
that a ton of military worshippers are going are going to be extremely upset by this change, but I am glad to see some small amount of archaic
tradition being brought out of the dark ages.
I was never an airman, but I do not believe there is such a thing as "the Air Force oath." This oath is an anti-cheating oath at the Air Force
Academy. It is not related to the oaths of enlistment and office, which are uniform across the services.
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