With Wikileaks reportedly set to release the largest cache ever of secret documents, this time from Iraq, the Army is scrambling to play catch-up. They have over 100 analysts ready, they recently updated their rulebook on SAEDA - Subversion and Espionage Directed Against the Army - to include leaks of classified information, and a lame Bosnia-era training cartoon, unearthed by Gawker and clearly no match for Assange, could be used to re-enforce their message about "the Army's stuff - you got it, they want it."
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