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Cablegate: Leahy Vetting - Nas Oceana Training

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SUBJECT: LEAHY VETTING - NAS OCEANA TRAINING

1. (SBU) Per reftel, post has reviewed the records of the
below named candidates for
military training and found no derogatory information.

Last Name: Hyyti
First Name(s): Pekka Juhani
Sex: Male
Rank/Service: Manager, ATE and SW Support
DOB: 2 Mar 1959
POB: Nokia, Finland

Last Name: Sarkola
First Name: Mika
Sex: Male
Rank/Service: Electronics Technician, Avionics and Logisitics
Support
DOB: 1 Nov 1966
POB: Tampere, Finland

Last Name: Rautiainen
First Name: Matti
Sex: Male
Rank/Service: Electronics Technician, Avionics and Logisitics
Support
DOB: 2 Jan 1966
POB: Tampere, Finland

Last Name: Hakamaki
First Name: Miikka
Sex: Male
Rank/Service: Software Engineer, Avionics and Logisitics
Support
DOB: 14 Jan 1976
POB: Espoo, Finland

Last Name: Savolainen
First Name: Jouni
Sex: Male
Rank/Service: Electronics Technician, Avionics and Logisitics
Support
DOB: 14 June 1962
POB: Langelmaki, Finland

Last Name: Saarikoski
First Name: Jari
Sex: Male
Rank/Service: Avionics Technician, Avionics and Logisitics
Support
DOB: 15 Feb 1971
POB: Pirkkala, Finland

2. (SBU) These candidates plan to attend C-198-3042, from 22
Feb - 19 Mar 2010, at NAS
Oceana.
ORECK

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