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Former high ranking army officers want those involved in latest scandal sacked MP3

Two former senior Defence officials are today calling for the sacking of the military personnel at the centre of the latest army scandal. Representatives of the Army's senior ranks are among the more than 100 personnel under investigation for exchanging explicit and inappropriate emails and pictures that demean women. So far, three Army personnel have been suspended from duty and their cases referred to the Commonwea... Source: abc.net.au

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