The Navy Times has an odd and disturbing report, Navy vet: Chaplains tried converting me:
Navy veteran David Miller said that when he checked into the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Iowa City, he didn't realize he would get a hard sell for Christian fundamentalism along with treatment for his kidney stones.
Miller, 46, an Orthodox Jew, said he was repeatedly proselytized by hospital chaplains and staff in attempts to convert him to Christianity during three hospitalizations over the past two years.
He said he went hungry each time because the hospital wouldn't serve him kosher food, and the staff refused to contact his rabbi, who could have brought him something to eat.
He described the Iowa City facility as an institution permeated by government sponsorship of fundamentalist Christianity and unconstitutional discrimination against Jews.
There have been a disturbing number of stories during this administration of religious zealotry gone wild in the Army (Lt. Gen. Boykin), Air Force (the the Air Force Academy scandal), and now the Navy version. I can't recall hearing nearly as much of this in any prior administration.