Air Force Inns are temporary government lodging facilities-- intended to be equivalent to commercial hotels-- provided on Air Force bases for personnel travelling on temporary assignments or beginning a reassignment. Like much in the military, the Air Force has a check list that those operating Air Force Inns must use to make certain that the Inns meet Air Force standards. Air Force Times reported Monday that the check list is being modified (effective fiscal 2013) to eliminate the item reading: "Is a Bible provided?" According to God and Country blog, the move comes after the Military Association of Atheists and Freethinkers raised questions about the Bibles. While the check list is being changed, the Air Force has not at this time directed that Bibles actually be removed from the rooms.