Air Force Academy's decision to keep cadet survey secret protested by 50 AFA backers

In recent years, Air Force Academy climate surveys, in which cadets and staffers are asked about AFA life, have been made publicly released. For 2010, though, AFA superintendent Mike Gould nixed that, saying the surveys are meant to be tools for improvement, not public fodder. But leaked data troubles Military Religious Freedom Foundation founder Mikey Weinstein, as well as fifty AFA supporters, who wrote Weinstein asking that he urge Gould to reverse his decision.
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