Word on the street is that this happened at Fort Bragg. If you know anything about where this photo was taken, please let me know.
This is completely inappropriate. It’s also illegal to affix religious symbols in, on, or outside of a chapel. This rule has been consistently applied to many contexts including other buildings, walls, doors, and even large outdoor areas on military bases. This is also a violation of EEO, and likely even considered political speech – during a heated election. This is literally a phone-call away from being fixed.
On the second row you see a row of commanding officers, listed in descending order from left to right. On the bottom right corner of each picture you’ll see a unit insignia. The third picture’s symbol appears to be the blue dragon associated with XVIII Airborne Corps (It’s complex, but basically, the ‘highest’ at Fort Bragg). The fourth picture contains the “AA” associated with 82nd Airborne (Fort Bragg). Logically, the next two would likely represent a Brigade Commander, and then lastly a Battalion Commander.
That means a Battalion at Fort Bragg appears to be where this photograph was taken. There are many battalions. I need to know which one this is, and for somebody in that unit to tell me which building this is in. This could be in a chaplain’s office, or it could be in the BC’s office. It could be in any number of buildings associated with this unit. In order to correct this, I simply need more information.
Maybe. That’s why I’m trying to verify. If it is real, the frame for Jesus does not protrude as far as the others. A consistent shadow is still visible.
If you have more information, please contact me directly.
It was actually Sniper Jesus that was apparently inserted into the chain of command at a Fort Bragg unit.