(Terre Haute) Tribune-Star
Maj. Gen. R. Martin Umbarger, head of the Indiana National Guard, received some unkind criticism recently that threatened to tarnish the brass on his distinguished 43 years of military service.
Umbarger attracted the ire of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, which railed about a brief video statement Umbarger did for a faith-based group called Centurion’s Watch. That group, started by Army Reserve chaplain Doug Hedrick, has as its stated purpose using “practical, thought-provoking biblically based education and support to transform America’s Reserve and Guard families into strong, healthy and ready military families.”
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