AIR FORCE TIMES – AF fixes test error confusing 1st, 5th amendments


The Air Force has fixed an error on a computer-based test that drew the ire of a civil liberties group.

Dozens of people complained to the Military Religious Freedom Foundation that a security administration test confused the First and Fifth Amendments, group founder and CEO Mikey Weinstein told Air Force Times on March 5.

An Air Force captain sent Weinstein a screenshot of the test, which asked which “commonly violated civil liberty” is protected by the Fifth Amendment. The only answer the test would accept was, “Congress shall make no law prohibiting the free exercise of religion,” which actually falls under the First Amendment. Read more

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