“Men cannot live without faith except for brief moments of anarchy or despair,” one poster read. “It is only a man of deep convictions, a man of deep faith, who will make the sacrifices needed to save his manhood (…).”another said. The Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) fired the first shot on the “faith-based” poster, demanding it be removed because it was an endorsement of religion. “This message undoubtedly expresses a preference for airmen of religious faith over those who practice no religion,” they said answering to the National Organization for Women request. “With additional time to review all seven posters outside the narrower, primarily religious context of the original complaint about two of them, we concluded the gendered language used in the display interfered with intended messages about personal integrity,” The Air Force concluded.