At Least They Will Know:

The Air Force Personnel Center has created a means for active duty and reserve airmen to check to see if their personal data is among that potentially compromised by the May 3 theft of Veterans Affairs information. Airmen can go to the spotlight area on the AFPC Web Site to see if they are on the list of those 2.2 million military members whose personal data was on the computer elements stolen on May 3. The head of the VA, James Nicholson, said late last week that the VA has sent letters to the more than 26.5 million veterans affected by the theft. We guess they finally rounded up enough envelopes.