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By Katherine Weber, ChristianPost.com

The U.S. Air Force has garnered backlash from GOP lawmakers after it removed a reference to God that appears on the patch logo for the Rapid Capabilities Office (RCO)....

Geoffrey Surtees, attorney for the American Center for Law and Justice, told The Christian Post that the logo change was a "silly demand by [MAAFA] and the United States Air Force should not have heeded the demand."

Although there are some groups who seek to remove God from America's public sphere, Surtees contended "it's a war that I just don't think that they're going to win."

"The history and traditions of our country are just too strong, I think, for these groups to prevail over such things," he told CP.

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