Officers face probe after Apache breach

PHOTO FUROR:Images emerged on the Internet of an actress and her husband posing in the cockpit of a helicopter which contains classified weapons systems

Taipei Times
Date: Apr 04, 2015
By: Jason Pan  /  Staff reporter

Five officers in an elite special forces unit face disciplinary measures and will be investigated

Celebrity Janet Lee poses for photographs inside an army AH-64E Apache helicopter at a restricted military base in Taoyuan on Sunday.  Screen grab from Janet Lee’s Facebook account

Celebrity Janet Lee poses for photographs inside an army AH-64E Apache helicopter at a restricted military base in Taoyuan on Sunday. Screen grab from Janet Lee’s Facebook account

in a judiciary probe after a media storm erupted over television personality Janet Lee (李蒨蓉) showing off pictures of her and her husband sitting in the cockpit of an Apache helicopter at a restricted military base in northern Taiwan.

Lee uploaded several photographs of her posing with the US-made AH-64 attack helicopter on Facebook, leading to a furor because the aircraft is off-limits to visitors, as it contains classified weapons technology.

Images of the cockpit’s instrument panel were also published.     [FULL  STORY]

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