Camp Pendleton commanders are reviewing whether a 13-foot cross erected to replace one burned by a brush fire should remain on a hill above the base, the Los Angeles Times reported this week.
The cross was put up on Veterans Day by a group that included widows of two Marines who were part of the group that erected the original cross.
The cross has generated controversy, with the Military Association of Atheists and Freethinkers saying it violates the U.S. Constitution and supporters like the American Center for Law & Justice urging the Marines to keep it, the Times reported.
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