Emotional and Spiritual Security
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The stereotyped view of a military chaplain is that he is a minister who presides over services in a chapel on an established base; or who, in time of warfare, ministers to the wounded on the battle field. This picture is no longer accurate, if it ever was. Chaplains of the Air Force are to be found on bases and they do conduct services, but their work also carries them to small, temporary locations ranging from the Arctic Circle to North Africa.