Even Though ‘The Pandemic Is Over,’ The Coast Guard Still Denies Religious Exemptions To Covid Jab Mandate

Even Though ‘The Pandemic Is Over,’ The Coast Guard Still Denies Religious Exemptions To Covid Jab Mandate


From an early age, Alaric Stone wanted nothing more than to serve his country in the U.S. military. Growing up as the son and great-nephew of Coast Guardsmen, Stone drew inspiration from his family’s years of service and his Catholic faith when choosing to pursue a career serving others.

Upon graduating as salutatorian of his high school class in 2016, Stone applied to the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, where he ultimately graduated first in his class and received the highest marks in both overall academics and the physical, military aspects of the institute’s training program. Officially commissioned in May 2020, Stone has since achieved the rank of lieutenant (junior grade) and served aboard a national security cutter, one of the Coast Guard’s most advanced

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