Chaplain Corps Prints

Military Funeral

Chaplain Activities: Military Funeral (author’s collection).

Many years ago (during the war in Vietnam) the U.S. Army Chaplain Board produced a series of prints called “History of the Chaplaincy.” Several years later, a second set was produced called, “Chaplain Activities.” “Both [of] these sets were prepared for the purpose of supplying … display materials on the Army Chaplaincy.” Occasionally, you can still find them hanging on the walls of chapels on Army posts, often faded from years in the Sun. If you’re fortunate enough to find sets of them still tucked away in their envelopes, you get a beautiful set of un-faded prints which pictorially show the history and activity of Army Chaplains.

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About Daryl Densford

I am an ordained elder in the Church of the Nazarene serving as an active-duty Army Chaplain. I am currently an ethics instructor at the U.S. Army Aviation School at Fort Rucker, Alabama.

Posted on 29 December 2015, in Chaplaincy, History. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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