A spokesman for the Army chief of chaplains said that only one chaplain has left in protest of the repeal of "Don't ask, don't tell.
What does CCH stand for?
CCH stands for Chief of Chaplains
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- Military and Government
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We have 183 other meanings of CCH in our Acronym Attic
- Catholic Central High School (London, Ontario)
- Center for Coastal Health
- Center for Cryptologic History
- Central Clearing House (various locations)
- Centre Chorégraphique de Houdan (French: Houdan Choreographic Center; dance school; Houdan, France)
- Centre for Children's Happiness (Cambodia)
- Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist
- Certified Crystal Healer
- Certified in Classical Homeopathy
- Charing Cross Hospital (UK)
- Christian Church Homes (various locations)
- Chronic Care Hospital (various locations)
- Circular Corrugated Horn (antenna)
- Clarke Caton Hintz (New Jersey)
- Client Claim History (insurance)
- Close Combat Heavy
- Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company SA (stock symbol)
- Code de la Construction et de l'Habitation (French: Code of Construction and Housing)
- Colegio de Ciencias y Humanidades (Spanish)
- Collectif contre l'Homophobie (French: Collective against Homophobia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Carleton Birch, strategic communications director for the chief of chaplains.
He also served as Chief of Chaplains for the South Texas Veterans Health Care System and currently is Chief of Chaplains for the State Guard Association of the United States.
2) Compounding the debate, the Air Force Chief of Chaplains strictly limits religious leader engagement of Air Force chaplains to only taking care of the religious and spiritual needs of Air Force personnel, in spite of his approval of the new Joint Publication 1-05, Religious Affairs in Joint Operations that clearly lays out this responsibility.
Navy's Chief of Chaplains Office, which oversees all chaplains for the Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard.
32) The Air Force Chief of Chaplains, Major General Charles Baldwin, a Baptist, sent a videotape to all of his active-duty and reserve chaplains and their assistants (more than 1,000 persons) urging them to suggest revisions for the guidelines.
Army's Office of the Chief of Chaplains, 80 per cent of those serving in the U.
Concerns in this area were confirmed by a recent survey of more than 1,500 respondents conducted by the Office of the Chief of Chaplains, which paralleled the findings of other agencies on overall indicators of morale that the primary fear of operations tempo (OPTEMPO) and multiple lengthy deployments was not the fear of death or serious injury, but the fear of losing a significant relationship.