(by Greg Hadley | Air Force Mag) – Air Force and Space Force commands have turned down more than 2,000 requests for religious accommodations to the COVID-19 vaccine mandate, while not approving any, the Department of the Air Force announced Dec. 22. Airmen and Guardians whose religious accommodation requests are denied by their major command or field command can appeal the decision to the Surgeon General of the Air Force. But so far, no appeals have been successful—DAF has turned down 135, approving none. Those whose appeals are denied may separate or retire, if able. After that, those who still refuse […]

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