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Shlichus in the U.S. Armed Forces

The Aleph Institute is searching for rabbis interested in taking on Shlichus positions as a Military Chaplain in the U.S. Armed Forces. Full Story

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How times have changed!!!!!
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How times have changed!!!!!

20 years ago, when I wanted to join ,I was told no beard allowed.Frankly, too bad for them.I did much better in private life.baruch hashem.

Proud American
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Proud American

Beards are finally allowed. Never too late to join

Oye vie!!
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Oye vie!!

Hashem yishmar olienu!!! When will the golus end?? Why do we need armies to protect us???? Moshiach should come immediately!!!!!!

(Am I using too many commas?)

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you didn’t use any commas.. 😉

To anyone considering this...
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To anyone considering this...

For anyone reading this but not sure, I just want to say that these chaplains are incredibly important. I’ve been involved with the military in varying forms for most of my life, and it’s a difficult environment for Yiddishkeit, to say the least. Imagine being 18 or 19, the only Jew in a unit, possibly even on a base, in an environment that already discourages differences, and completely separated from family and support systems. A Jewish chaplain would change the world for those servicemembers. I won’t lie, it will take some serious medinas nefesh, but you could literally be saving… Read more »

Be aware!
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Be aware!

Be aware you will also be building a financial future for you and you mishpacha plus other benefits hard to come by in todays world. Military pensions are nothing to laugh at. Seriously consider this if you think it’s right for you.

what about ben
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what about ben

ben is already a shliach in the army

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