[The Military Religious Freedom Foundation] was already working on addressing another National Day of Prayer (NDPTF) issue when we were contacted by the members of the Muslim worship community at the Pentagon requesting our help regarding Franklin Graham['s participation in a Pentagon event]. This other issue is the scheduled participation of military personnel (i.e., military color guards and military bands) in other official NDPTF events across the country. This participation is not only in violation of the same military regulations cited above regarding non-federal entities, but DoD and individual service branch regulations on uniform wear.
And, of course, there's also that pesky constitutional issue of the military's endorsement of a particular religion by participating in NDPTF events. The NDPTF's message is very clear -- no non-Christians need apply.
To begin with, all NDPTF volunteers must subscribe to the following "Statement of Belief," a statement that excludes all non-Christians and non-religious, and even many Christians.