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Stan Aufderheide

Wrong Stan Aufderheide?

Inspector

Phone: (703) ***-****  HQ Phone
Department of Defense
1155 Defense Pentagon
Washington Dc , District of Columbia 20301
United States

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BaptistMessenger.com || Editorial: Act on religious discrimination
www.baptistmessenger.com [cached]
In 1997, according to Baptist Messenger sources, the Chaplain High Command attempted to rid itself of chaplain Stan Aufderheide, whose zeal for ministry and evangelism raised the CHC's ire.After 15 years of distinguished service, Aufder-heide was denied promotion to Commander.In response, he requested an Equal Opportunity investigation into CHC promotion practices.
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Stafford stated, "The documented performances of at least two Roman Catholic selectees are markedly inferior to that of Aufderheide."
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John Glenn then assisted Aufderheide by pushing the Department of Defense Inspector General to reinvestigate.
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The DODIG acknowledged that a 1998 promotion-board member wronged Aufderheide, but still pronounced the promotion system equitable, even though the board president justified promoting a poor-performing Catholic Priest over a Baptist chaplain with a perfect record by saying, "We tend to . . . look at priests the same way we look at minorities."Eventually, Aufderheide received promotion to Captain and back pay, but he soon retired.
SBC Baptist Press - FIRST-PERSON: Religious discrimination in the Navy
www.bpnews.net [cached]
In 1997, according to Baptist Messenger sources, the Chaplain High Command attempted to rid itself of Chaplain Stan Aufderheide, whose zeal for ministry and evangelism raised the CHC's ire.After 15 years of distinguished service, Aufderheide was denied promotion to commander.In response, he requested an Equal Opportunity investigation into CHC promotion practices.
...
Stafford stated, "The documented performances of at least two Roman Catholic selectees are markedly inferior to that of Aufderheide."
...
John Glenn assisted Aufderheide by pushing the Department of Defense Inspector General to reinvestigate.
...
The DODIG acknowledged that a 1998 promotion board member wronged Aufderheide, but still pronounced the promotion system equitable, even though the board president justified promoting a poor-performing Catholic priest over a Baptist chaplain with a perfect record by saying, "We tend to ... look at priests the same way we look at minorities."Eventually, Aufderheide received promotion to captain and back pay, but he soon retired.
FIRST-PERSON: Religious discrimination in the Navy - (BP)
www.bpnews.net [cached]
In 1997, according to Baptist Messenger sources, the Chaplain High Command attempted to rid itself of Chaplain Stan Aufderheide, whose zeal for ministry and evangelism raised the CHC's ire.After 15 years of distinguished service, Aufderheide was denied promotion to commander.In response, he requested an Equal Opportunity investigation into CHC promotion practices.
...
Stafford stated, "The documented performances of at least two Roman Catholic selectees are markedly inferior to that of Aufderheide."
...
John Glenn assisted Aufderheide by pushing the Department of Defense Inspector General to reinvestigate.
...
The DODIG acknowledged that a 1998 promotion board member wronged Aufderheide, but still pronounced the promotion system equitable, even though the board president justified promoting a poor-performing Catholic priest over a Baptist chaplain with a perfect record by saying, "We tend to ... look at priests the same way we look at minorities."Eventually, Aufderheide received promotion to captain and back pay, but he soon retired.
FIRST-PERSON: Religious discrimination in the Navy - (BP)
www.baptistpress.org [cached]
In 1997, according to Baptist Messenger sources, the Chaplain High Command attempted to rid itself of Chaplain Stan Aufderheide, whose zeal for ministry and evangelism raised the CHC's ire.After 15 years of distinguished service, Aufderheide was denied promotion to commander.In response, he requested an Equal Opportunity investigation into CHC promotion practices.
...
Stafford stated, "The documented performances of at least two Roman Catholic selectees are markedly inferior to that of Aufderheide."
...
John Glenn assisted Aufderheide by pushing the Department of Defense Inspector General to reinvestigate.
...
The DODIG acknowledged that a 1998 promotion board member wronged Aufderheide, but still pronounced the promotion system equitable, even though the board president justified promoting a poor-performing Catholic priest over a Baptist chaplain with a perfect record by saying, "We tend to ... look at priests the same way we look at minorities."Eventually, Aufderheide received promotion to captain and back pay, but he soon retired.
FIRST-PERSON: Religious discrimination in the Navy - (BP)
www.baptistpress.net [cached]
In 1997, according to Baptist Messenger sources, the Chaplain High Command attempted to rid itself of Chaplain Stan Aufderheide, whose zeal for ministry and evangelism raised the CHC's ire.After 15 years of distinguished service, Aufderheide was denied promotion to commander.In response, he requested an Equal Opportunity investigation into CHC promotion practices.
...
Stafford stated, "The documented performances of at least two Roman Catholic selectees are markedly inferior to that of Aufderheide."
...
John Glenn assisted Aufderheide by pushing the Department of Defense Inspector General to reinvestigate.
...
The DODIG acknowledged that a 1998 promotion board member wronged Aufderheide, but still pronounced the promotion system equitable, even though the board president justified promoting a poor-performing Catholic priest over a Baptist chaplain with a perfect record by saying, "We tend to ... look at priests the same way we look at minorities."Eventually, Aufderheide received promotion to captain and back pay, but he soon retired.
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