Col. Wagoner, who commands five other chaplains at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in central New Jersey, said the chaplaincy corps was responding professionally and collegially to what he called a "balancing act" precipitated by the repeal.
No serious woes for chaplains as gays serve openly in military →
"We're good at this stuff - we want to take care of our folks," he said. "We have to respect the faith requirements of the chaplain, and we have to take care of the needs of the airman."
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