U.S. Navy's Lt. J.G. Monje Noel is first Islamic Naval Chaplain, Second for Armed Forces

September 1996
Jet;09/02/96, Vol. 90 Issue 16, p36
Announces that U.S. Navy Lieutenant Junior Grade Monje Malak Abd al-Muta' Ali Noel Jr. is the first Islamic chaplain to serve in the Navy. Second chaplain serving in the United States armed forces; His thoughts on the appointment; His history in the Navy; His awards.


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