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To: SubMareener
If my memory serves correctly, upon separation from military (or civilian federal) service where the member had access to classified info, the member must sign a document promising not to discuss (or write a book!)about said classified information. If this is violated, former military personnel can be called up for Active Duty for their Court Martial. Even old retired guys. I assume everything a submariner does while underway is classified. Regardless of whether or not the plane went down right over Chief Beer's head, by revealing the location of his sub on a particular night may have violated DoD security policy.
21 posted on 02/28/2002 2:22:15 PM PST by buzzcat
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To: buzzcat
I assume everything a submariner does while underway is classified.

One of the first things they teach you at Navy Boot Camp is that when you assume, you make an ASS out of U and ME ;-)

It is obvious that the Xlintoon administration did not want Flight 800 to be any kind of missile attack, friendly or terrorist, and that they went to great lengths to cover up the reports of those who saw the missile(s). I don't blame the guy for being scared.

22 posted on 02/28/2002 2:29:38 PM PST by SubMareener
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