The U.S. military has made a list of the most hostile to atheists, and it has a good one.

It is ranked No. 1 on the Religion Bias Index, an annual ranking of the 100 most religiously-motivated organizations.

The index takes into account a wide range of factors including the religious affiliation of the people who are the targets of bias, the number of incidents of bias incidents in the last five years and the severity of bias.

The ranking is based on a survey of 1,000 people in the United States and Canada.

The Religious Bias index measures the extent to which religious organizations are perceived as biased against people of different faiths.

The list is compiled from reports submitted to the government by organizations such as the American Humanist Association, Freedom From Religion Foundation, the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Center for Inquiry.

The U, S. military ranks #1 for religious bias, and according to the Religionbias Index the U. S. Air Force, Army, Navy, Coast Guard and National Guard are the only military branches that receive a zero.

This is followed by the U,S.

Military Academy and Air Force Reserve.

The Military Religious Freedom Foundation, a nonprofit that advocates for religious freedom, also ranks the U.,S.

Air Corps and Marine Corps in its list.

“The military’s religious bias index is the most transparent and comprehensive of its kind in the world,” the group said in a statement.

The Air Force also had the worst score, with a score of 37 out of 100.

The Navy had the second-worst score, scoring 35 out of a possible 100.

While there are no religious groups on the list, the military includes those that promote atheism and other non-religious beliefs.

“While it is not uncommon for some branches of the military to discriminate against atheists, the Religious Biscuit Index is a clear example of how our military must continue to uphold the principles of religious freedom,” said Matt Cagle, president and CEO of the National Center for Policy Analysis, a conservative think tank.

The rankings have been published in the National Catholic Register and the Military Times.