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Chaplain Lt. Col. John Morris of the Minnesota National Guard received the 2011 Winds of Change award at the Minnesota Multicultural Forum for his extensive work in the state's Beyond the Yellow Ribbon program.

Soldiers of the 34th Red Bull Infantry Division were visited by one of the U.S. Army’s five Muslim chaplains, Chaplain Lt. Col. Khallid Shabazz, I Corps deputy command chaplain, from Fort Lewis, Washington, for professional development in April 2017.

Rev. John Oliver, chief of the chaplain service at the Association for Clinical Pastoral Education at the VA Medical Center in Durham, NC, addresses 100 pastors during regional chaplain training Camp Ripley in June 2013.

Soldiers of the Moorhead-based 2nd Combined Arms Battalion, 136th Infantry gather around Chaplain Major Jerome Fehn for a benediction before visiting and training with the Croatian Armed Forces.

Minnesota National Guard Chaplain Support Teams at the Emergency Management Training Center at Camp Ripley in August 2012.

Chaplain Kevin Coder holds a field service for soldiers of the Minnesota National Guard's 2nd Battalion, 147th Assault Helicopter Battalion at the National Training Center in Fort Irwin, California in May 2018.

Dr. Richard Cabot was a fundamental figure in the beginnings of the Clinical Pastoral Education movement, along with Rev. Anton Boisen. He felt strongly that students of theology should be required to do clinical work and that this connection between…

Rev. Anton Boisen, a central figure in the development of Clinical Pastoral Education, pioneered the first CPE program at Worcester State Hospital in Massachusetts in 1925.

Anton Boisen, credited with the invention of the hospital chaplain, was himself chaplain at Elgin State Hospital near Chicago in the middle of the 1900s.

Captain Chaplain Emil Kapaun leading Mass in October 1950 in Korea using the back of a Jeep as his makeshift altar.