The Washington Times – Air Force reverses ban on ‘have a blessed day’ greeting

MRFF covered by The Washington Times

Military personnel at Robins Air Force Base in Georgia can now say “have a blessed day” after the phrase was briefly banned.

The well-wishing phrase was banned by Air Force officials after a man who identified himself as an active duty military member complained to the Military Religious Freedom Foundation watchdog group. Read More

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