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    Air Force Takes Responsibility for Release of Congressional Candidate’s Records

    Air Force Takes Responsibility for Release of Congressional Candidate’s Records

    The U.S.   has assumed full responsibility for the unredacted release of congressional candidate Jennifer-Ruth Green's  record, according to officials.

    Green, a Republican, continues to blame U.S. Rep. Frank Mrvan and the Democratic Congressional Campaign for illegally obtaining and releasing the information to damage her campaign in the weeks leading up to the November election.

    Ann Stefanek, chief of media operations with the Department of the Air Force, in a statement Friday wrote: “The Air Force takes full responsibility for releasing the information.”

    “The investigation determined a junior individual didn't follow proper procedures,” the statement continued.

    Green on Thursday posted to her Facebook page she received the results of the investigation.

    “The letter I have received from the United States Air Force is vindication of what I have been saying all along. Congressman Frank J. Mrvan and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee owe the American people and especially our veterans an apology,” Green wrote.

    Green asked that a request for comment be sent to her communications director Kevin Hansberger. Hansberger did not respond.

    In the wake of the investigation, Stefanek said the Air Force undertook a thorough review of its records-release procedures, elevated the approval level for release of information to third parties and conducted intensified retraining for personnel…

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