Beyond the risk he faces now that his identity is known, he could also face legal trouble if the Pentagon determines that he disclosed classified information in the account.
U.S. military and intelligence officials say they do not believe the book has been read or cleared by the Defense Department. The Pentagon reviews publications by military members _ both active duty and retired _ to make sure that no classified material is revealed.
Associated Press writer Hillel Italie contributed to this report from New York.
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