Army priest leaves military for influential chaplaining job on Capitol Hill

"I think you can see the conflict of interest in having God favoring Raytheon over Boeing or Lockheed Martin.”

By Paul Sharpe

WASHINGTON — A high-ranking U.S. Army chaplain is planning to leave the military to take over as the head corporate chaplain for Raytheon on Capitol Hill, raising fresh questions about the so-called “revolving door” between the Pentagon and the defense chaplain industry, sources confirmed today.

Lt. Col. Daniel Collins, S.…

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