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“Accommodation of Religious Practices Within the Military Services (DOD Directive 1300.17).” DOD Issuances. February 10, 2009. (accessed 11 September 2009).

“Air Force Colonel Sends Crazy Right-wing Email .” The Underground Unbeliever. February 15, 2009. (accessed 12 October 2009).

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