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COMPUTER SNAFU AT AIR FORCE ACADEMY
SENSITIVE INFO SENT OUT BY E-MAIL - LISTS CADETS BEING INVESTIGATED, NAMES OF TIPSTERS ALSO REVEALED

Just when the Air Force Academy thought things couldn't get much worse, they did.

In the past year, the once-staid campus has been rocked by sex scandals among the staff and criminal drug use by senior cadets.

An unidentified officer working at the 34th Training Group in Colorado Springs, accidentally clicked on the wrong group of e-mail recipients and sent out sensitive information to more than 4,000 cadets and at least 30 academy officials.

That information being disseminated has proven a nightmare for Air Force "brass."

Included in the computer message is a list of some 40 cadets being investigated for more than a dozen crimes. The offenses range from drug use to theft to possession of child pornography.

One document listed cadets being treated for "mental health" problems.

The e-mail even named "tipsters" at the academy, according to the Colorado Springs GAZETTE.

A red-faced COL Marty Coffman, commander of the 34th Group, claims the officer who sent the e-mail instantly remedied his mistake and 70% of the e-mail were recalled.

What about the rest that got through? An Academy spokesperson said cadets who did receive the message must not read, but "delete" it.

Good luck.


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