Capt. Ryan Jean, right, is a member of Atheists of Meade, a group at Fort Meade that meets to talk about ways to become more accepted in military culture. Other members include Alacea Thompson, second from left, with son Blake, 3, left; and Katherine Moore with son Jayden, 4. Both women have husbands in the military.
Capt. Ryan Jean, right, is a member of Atheists of Meade, a group at Fort Meade that meets to talk about ways to become more accepted in military culture. Other members include Alacea Thompson, second from left, with son Blake, 3, left; and Katherine Moore with son Jayden, 4. Both women have husbands in the military. MCT
Capt. Ryan Jean, right, is a member of Atheists of Meade, a group at Fort Meade that meets to talk about ways to become more accepted in military culture. Other members include Alacea Thompson, second from left, with son Blake, 3, left; and Katherine Moore with son Jayden, 4. Both women have husbands in the military. MCT

Atheists in the U.S. military seek same recognition as Christians

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