Air Force is appointing a special adviser to help put into place a task force's recommendations stemming of a probe of religious intolerance at the Air Force Academy.
The Air Force released the results of an investigation into alleged religious harassment of cadets last week. The panel made several recommendations for improving the school's religious climate.
Rabbi Arnold Resnicoff was named "Special Assistant to the Secretary of the Air Force and Chief of Staff for Values and Vision."
Acting Air Force Secretary Michael Dominguez says Resnicoff will advise him on implementing the suggestions.
The task force made nine recommendations, including one that the Air Force should establish guidelines on what can be said without being intimidating.