An Online Resource for Buddhists Associated with the United States Armed Forces
Welcome to the Buddhist Military Sangha! This is a nonpolitical and nonsectarian forum for Buddhists serving in the US Armed Forces.
-Provide a welcoming and positive forum for Buddhists currently serving or who have served in the military to communicate with and support one another. -Recognize and promote honorable military service as in accord with the Eightfold Path's Right Livelihood. -Correct misconceptions about Buddhists serving in the military. -Help Buddhists unfamiliar with the military understand the jobs of their relatives and friends who are serving or who have served, and who love and respect the military profession. -Help Buddhist Sanghas learn how to support and understand Buddhist military members, veterans, and their families. - Represent the importance of religious pluralism and diversity in today's military population, and by extension in American society. -Provide information about Buddhist Military Chaplaincy in US Armed Forces.
Saturday, March 20, 2010
For Buddhist Servicemembers at Camp Leatherneck/Camp Bastion
There is an active Buddhist group meeting at the LSA-3 Chapel on Thursdays at 1800.
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