Marine Corps Base Under Fire for 'God Bless the Military' Sign

A civil rights watchdog group is crying foul over a "God bless the military" sign at a Hawaii Marine Corps base, claiming the display violates the U.S. Constitution.

The Military Religious Freedom Foundation sent a message to Marine Corps Base Hawaii commanding officer Col. Sean C. Killeen asking that the sign - which says "God bless the military, their families and the civilians who work with them" - be moved to the chapel grounds or removed from the base.

The nonprofit advocacy group alleges that the sign is a "brazen violation" of the Establishment Clause of the Constitution, which forbids the government from promoting one religion over another.

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