USAF Goes Hog-Wild for ‘Inclusion’

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Remember when the U.S. Air Force had missions like bombing the bad guys and providing air cover for our guys?

Well, now its mission is “to create a more inclusive culture.” So all “offensive, non-inclusive patches , mottos, and emblems” are forbidden ( That also goes for anything “derogatory, racist, or sexist.” And it’s all supposed to be in compliance by Feb. 21.

They’ve also rewritten the Air Force theme song, Off We Go into the Wild Blue Yonder. to make the lyrics “gender-neutral.” This is what occupies the Air Force brass these days. Imaging if they’d been busy doing this when Patton needed them at the Battle of the Bulge.

Now, just in case you were wondering just what they would consider “offensive” or “non-inclusive”–well, you can keep on wondering because, as usual, they don’t bother to define it. What do you want to bet they wouldn’t have even a tiny problem with a “Black Lives Matter” patch? Tell me how that’s “inclusive.”

But of course leftids always corrupt the language so that words don’t mean what they’re supposed to mean anymore. They don’t even mean the same thing from day to day.

Wait’ll the Democrats get done with them: The new mission of our armed forces will be to keep Americans tied down. This is in our future unless God rescues us.

3 comments on “USAF Goes Hog-Wild for ‘Inclusion’

  1. A few years ago, an old buddy from my first Air Force assignment who retired in the city where we were stationed in 1971-74 and still keeps up with what’s going on at the Base, told me that I wouldn’t recognize the Air Force any more.

  2. All we really need are more insane asylums. When people in their 60’s and 70’s begin acting like grade school children, it is obvious that there is something satanic afloat. I guess that is one reason they want all the medical facilities filled so that they cannot be turned into rubber rooms.

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