http://www.cnn.com/2008/US/07/08/atheist.soldier/index.html This is a link to an article of a soldier suing the Army for violating his freedom of religion because he is an atheist. In my five years in the Army I was only afforded the opportunity to attend my Jewish services four times. Two of those were in Kuwait. One of those services involved lighting a Menorah in a smoking shack. Another one involved doing a Rosh Hashana service with 30 other people in a 15' by 10' PlayStation trailer. I still felt honored to have done those services with my fellow soldiers. My point is: Not everyone can get the same amount of religious accomodations because those accomodations must be within reason. If only a few people practice a certain faith, then those people should go to the command and organize a prayer or study group. I just feel that what he is doing is out of line. So like I said in the title, Drink Water and Drive On.