So there's an Army hospital that's under fire for their insignia.
A religious watchdog group says a cross and a motto on the emblem of an Army hospital in Colorado violate the constitutional requirement for separation of church and state and should be removed.
The Military Religious Freedom Foundation asked the Army this week to change the emblem of Evans Army Community Hospital at Fort Carson, outside Colorado Springs.
The emblem says “Pro deo et humanitate,’’ or “For God and humanity.’’
Fort Carson commanders will review the complaint, Lieutenant Colonel Steve Wollman said.
He said the emblem had been approved by the Army Institute of Heraldry and has been in use since 1969.
That's right, since 1969. And it's a problem now? No, it's the target of your personal crusade, and you're using excuses like "offending Islam" as a way to advance your personal beliefs.