Military personnel at Robins Air Force Base in Georgia can now say “have a blessed day” after the phrase was briefly banned.
The well-wishing phrase was banned by Air Force officials after a man who identified himself as an active duty military member complained to the Military Religious Freedom Foundation watchdog group.
Mikey Weinstein, the organization’s president, told The Associated Press that gate greeters were instructed instead to say “have a nice day.”
But Thursday evening, the Air Force said it determined use of the phrase “is consistent with Air Force standards and is not in violation of Air Force Instructions,” Fox News reported.
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SOURCE: The Washington Post, Jessica Chasmar