Great idea, but I don’t think they should be called “chaplains”. They should be called counselors. I applaud Sgt Griffith’s efforts. There should not be any chaplains in the military anyways. When I was in Iraq, the Catholic chaplain had his office right next to mine. I would always look at him and think how he was of no benefit to me. I did not requiring any counseling our guidance at the time…. But if I did, I would have had great difficulty confiding to a man who believes in magic and fairy tales.