Chaplaincy in the News

On a drive home from a major training exercise, Capt. John McDougall, 2nd Ranger Battalion chaplain, gave thanks in prayer for the safety of his Rangers over the previous weeks, and realized that his recent experiences had a basis for a book. >>
Fri, May 15, 2015
Source: DIVIDS CHAPLAIN
‘For you, dad': Chaplain honors father at Police Week run
Senior Airman James Colombo, 422nd Security Forces Squadron unit trainer, jogs along the perimeter road at RAF Croughton, England, May 11, 2015, while carrying a guidon and wearing a gas mask, during a ruck march in honor of National Police Week. Colombo said he carried the extra gear to show >>
Fri, May 15, 2015
Source: DIVIDS CHAPLAIN
‘For you, dad': Chaplain honors father at Police Week run
Chaplain (Maj.) Jack Stanley, 422nd Air Base Group chaplain, motivates fellow Airmen during a National Police Week ruck march around RAF Croughton, England, May 11, 2015. Stanley participated in the run to honor his father, a 35-year police veteran who is currently battling Parkinson's disease. (U.S. Air Force photo by >>
Fri, May 15, 2015
Source: DIVIDS CHAPLAIN
‘For you, dad': Chaplain honors father at Police Week run
Chaplain (Maj.) Jack Stanley, 422nd Air Base Group chaplain, runs along the perimeter road at RAF Croughton, England, May 11, 2015, during a ruck march in honor of National Police Week. The event was held to honor law enforcement officers who have given their lives in the line of duty. >>
Fri, May 15, 2015
Source: DIVIDS CHAPLAIN
‘For you, dad': Chaplain honors father at Police Week run
Staff Sgt. Norvell Howard, 422nd Security Forces Squadron unit trainer crosses the finish line after completing a 5K ruck march around RAF Croughton, England, May 11, 2015. The ruck march was held in support of National Police Week, which honored law enforcement officers who gave their lives in the line >>
Fri, May 15, 2015
Source: DIVIDS CHAPLAIN