IDF officer indicted for removing classified info from base

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June 19, 2012 20:22

 
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A non-commissioned officer from the IDF's C4I Directorate has been indicted for removing classified information from his base. The NCO allegedly removed the hard drive from his computer when he was transferred to another position in a different base.

The NCO served in Mamram, the a Hebrew acronym for "Center of Computing and Information Systems." The NCO allegedly stored the hard drive at home where the IDF said it could have been stolen.

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