A band of religious groups has united to fight off what they see is a steadfast creeping of atheist voice into the nation’s military that has led to blanked removal of Bibles from several U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs medical clinics and at least one Air Force base. The Bibles are part of the “Missing Man” displays set up on federal properties to honor prisoners of war and those who’ve gone missing in action.

The nonprofit Military Religious Freedom Foundation has been demanding the removal of the Bible from these displays for months now, claiming the Good Book violates federal law as it imposes a religious belief on service members. And as Fox News pointed, at least three VA clinics and an Air Force base have complied with the MRFF’s demands. But now religious groups are stepping in and fighting back. FULL REPORT