A Cyberspace Command and Control Model, Air University, 9781249450443


Since its inception, the Air Force Chaplain Corps has recruited, trained and sustained a ready force of professionals to minister to combatants and in so doing ready them for the battles they will fight in defense of our national interests. This largely Cold War model of ministry has served our nation well and many of its tenets must be held to tightly. But the long war we find ourselves in, a war all too often described and confused by religious innuendo, needs a chaplaincy willing to take calculated risks outside the wire to do what chaplains alone are credentialed to do. For in sitting “holy man” with “holy man,” listening to and telling the stories of our respective communities, hearts and minds cannot help but be won.

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