March 11, 2013, - 5:25 pm

WTF?! Air Force Chaplain Awarded Bronze Star for Islamic Sensitivity Training Presentation

By Debbie Schlussel

It’s official: you can now earn a Bronze Star for Islamo-pandering.

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Medal Inflation: Now That Halal Col. Trainer Has One, Bronze Star is Worthless

At America’s high schools and colleges, there is massive grade inflation and political correctness, so it’s no surprise that the natural progression of this has infested America’s military. We already know that the U.S. Armed Forces is infected with the incurable virus of political correctness and dhimmitude (non-Muslims pandering to Islam). And so it’s no surprise that the U.S. military now inflates medals and gives ’em out for politically correct non-valor.

After the accidental burning last year of Qurans by U.S. troops in Afghanistan sparked deadly rioting, an Air National Guard chaplain from Springfield stepped in. . . . For his effort, Lt. Col. Jon Trainer received the prestigious Bronze Star — a medal given for heroic or meritorious achievement in connection with operations against an armed enemy.

And he did it with a PowerPoint presentation.


Trainer, who’s now in the running to be named Chaplain of the Year for the entire Air Guard, was in the third month of his voluntary deployment to Afghanistan last February when U.S. troops at Bagram Airfield mistakenly burned copies of the Muslim holy book. The ensuing outrage claimed more than 30 lives, including two U.S. troops and two U.S. military advisers.

Within 48 hours, Trainer developed a PowerPoint presentation on the proper handling and disposal of Islamic religious material that was seen by every American — military and civilian alike — in Afghanistan. The presentation then was distributed to the U.S. for use in all pre-deployment training. . . .

Trainer, a Westerville resident and nondenominational Christian pastor who’s been chaplain of the local 251st Cyber Engineering Installation Group since 2000, also sought to prevent any future problems by covering what constitutes Islamic religious material in the first place.

“When a Muslim writes down even a few verses from the Quran on a piece of paper,” he explained, “that immediately gets that same protected status.”

Ultimately, he said, it became an opportunity to demonstrate the importance of culture to U.S. troops and to show Afghanis that the U.S. could respond swiftly to their sensitivities.

Um, we saw the “importance of culture” each time Afghanis blew up American soldiers. Where the heck was their swift response to our sensitivities? This schmuck in uniform doesn’t care. He’s also probably one of those left-wing Christians who hates Israel and loves Palestinian terrorists. It jibes with the rest of his now-bronzed BS.

Apparently they are giving out Bronze Stars like candy now. . . halal candy, like that passed out by the Palestinian Muslim woman who cheered the 9/11 attacks.

Disgusting. The Bronze Star is supposed to be given for heroic or meritorious achievement in connection with operations against an armed enemy. How can you get a medal for heroic or meritorious achievement in operations against an armed enemy, when you are actually promoting capitulation to that enemy? Makes zero sense.

It’s ironic that this Chaplain, Col. Trainer, was in charge of programs to prevent the suicide of American troops, all while he’s aiding and abetting the greater American suicide.

Hey, why didn’t we give out Bronze Stars for teaching our troops to respect the swastika in 1943? Same difference.

To quote Mr. T, I pity the fool. Sadly, the fool is us.

Exit question: ya think Al-Qaeda or the Taliban are doing powerpoint presentations on how their terrorists should have respect for the Christian and Jewish Bibles?

Exit question #2: how long ’til they hand out Bronze Stars for Jew-hating, Christian-persecuting, or wife-beheading? After all, this is what the koran stands for.

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73 Responses

The problem with this medal boils down to the fact that this award is awarded in a combat zone { only } and is the only decoration available that is a actual combat decoration in both forms with or without a V-device. All other awards can be awarded both in or out of a combat zone regardless if its a ARCOM with a V-device.The ARCOM medal itself can be awarded in the States but is Not an EXCLUSIVE medal awarded only in a combat zone.

The leadership has determined the only way they will give this medal out to the lower ranks is if you die or receive it with a V-device. They fail 100% in understanding that the ranks of E-1 to E-6 are those that actually engage the enemy on a day to day conflict. They have decided to leave out the combatants only in extreme cases !!! They have Hijacked this decoration for them self’s !!!

MICHAEL COX on December 27, 2013 at 12:41 pm

Soldiers have a right to complain about this award!!!! If E-1 to E-6 received this award for Meritorious Service in other wars then what has changed in the regulations ??? ANSWER: NOTHING!!! The only thing that has changed is the utter contempt from upper ranks in awarding this award !!! THIS IS { BS } AT ITS FINEST DISRESPECT OF LOWER RANKS !!!!!!

MICHAEL COX on January 15, 2014 at 10:56 am

ATTENTION DEBBIE:

The major problem with the Bronze Star Medal is that its a { COMBAT DECORATION ONLY }!!
The problem in today’s military started back in 1964 when the army took an award for peacetime and wartime The Army Commendation Medal and made it a combat award by adding a V-device for combat.
This way the higher ranks could award a [combat decoration only] for Meritorious Service for Non-Combat reasons.
Then they took a Non-Combat award that was a lower award and put a V-device on it and awarded lower ranks this award for Combat.
The total reason behind this was to take away the Bronze Star for Meritorious Service away from the common soldiers who actually fight and die in our nations wars !!!!
THIS IS {{ NOT WHY }} THIS AWARD WAS CREATED!!!

MICHAEL COX on February 28, 2014 at 8:30 am

If the Military had not created the Army Commendation with V-device.The problem with the Bronze Star for Meritorious Service would not be a problem in today’s Army. Enlisted ranks would have received this award for combat that didn’t require a V-device because it would have been the next lower award of a { COMBAT DECORATION ONLY } to award the troups !!!!!!

MICHAEL COX on March 14, 2014 at 12:02 pm

To FIX the problem of awarding over 130,000 Bronze Stars for NON -Combat is {SIMPLE }Award only those who are actually in Combat The Bronze Star for Meritorious Service. ELIMINATE the ARMY COMMENDATION WITH V-DEVICE THAT ONLY SERVES ONE REASON– TO DISCREDIT LOWER RANKS WITH A NON COMBAT DECORATION BY STICKING A V-DEVICE on A NON COMBAT AWARD.THIS WAY YOU CAN CREDIT THOSE WHO ARE IN COMBAT WITH A COMBAT DECORATION ONLY AND AWARD THOSE WHO STAND OUT IN AN ACTION A BRONZE STAR WITH A V-DEVICE!!!

THE ARMY COMMENDATION WITH V-DEVICE DURING THE ENTIRE VIETNAM WAR WAS NOT WELL RECEIVED BY OFFICERS OR ENLISTED MEN AND HAD NO PLACE TO PROPERLY RECOGNIZE SOLDIERS COURAGE IN COMBAT.

NOW OVER 50 YEARS LATER YOU SEE HOW THE BRONZE STAR FOR MERITORIOUS SERVICE HAS BEEN { EXPLOITED } BY NON COMBATANTS FOR PERSONAL GAIN IN THE UPPER RANKS!!!!!

MICHAEL COX on March 18, 2014 at 11:52 am

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