Phoenix Army recruitment office told to remove ‘God and Country’ poster

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January 17, 2015

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A poster with the message “On a mission for both God and Country” on display outside a recruiting station in Phoenix was removed Friday morning after it was brought to the attention of the the Army Recruiting Command.

The poster features a Special Forces patch and Ranger, Airborne, and Special Forces tabs with a “stock image” the command makes available for local recruiters to use, “but the text was changed by the local recruiting personnel,” and not cleared by command headquarters, spokesman Brian Lepleytold the Army Times on Friday.

“Had the process been followed, the copy shown would not have been approved,” Mr. Lepley added.

3 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • James in Texas says:

    If Obama’s Political Officers are not careful they will lose the support of the American Parents who’s children become members of the U.S. Army. With this kind of lack of principles and courage I would not consider letting my son’s or daughter’s join the Army, Period! Go Navy, Go Marines!!!!!!! I deliberately left out the Air Force, they have already gone “Light in their Loafers” so to speak!

  • RWard1234 says:

    Not surprised. Had it read “For Islam & Country” it would still be on display. WHY. Because, we have a Muslim President. SHAME ON US the voter.

    1. Ralphinphnx says:

      Right on RWard1234 or say maybe for Allah and Inman Barack Obama!!

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