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The Pentagon on Monday said it expected findings within 45 days from a review into how the U.S. military handles classified information following last week’s arrest of an airman over the leak a trove of highly classified documents online.

“The department is taking this breach seriously and continues to work around the clock to better understand the scope and scale of these leaks,” Pentagon spokesperson Sabrina Singh told reporters.

Singh said the Pentagon review was being led by the undersecretary of defence for intelligence and security, Ronald Moultrie.

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