- religious support
- The entire spectrum of professional duties that a chaplain provides and performs in the dual role of religious leader and staff officer assisted by enlisted support personnel. See also combatant command chaplain; command chaplain; lay leader; religious support plan; religious support team.
Military dictionary. 2000.
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