Army Accidentally Discloses Sensitive Recruit Information

Army Accidentally Discloses Sensitive Recruit Information

Army officials inadvertently disclosed sensitive information of at least 4,200 immigrant recruits – many of whom are from oppressive nations – in a move that could aid hostile governments in persecuting them or their families, a lawmaker and former U.S. officials said.
 
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