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7 cadets and midshipmen suspended in another ADFA incident MP3

Seven cadets and midshipmen have been suspended and up to another 13 are also under investigation in the latest behavioural incident to hit the Australian Defence Force Academy. The ADF won't give many details, but says it happened off campus, is not criminal in nature, and may have involved alcohol. Source: abc.net.au

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