(Bloomberg News) -- The U.S. Army temporarily shut down its public, unclassified website after it was hacked, the service said. A group calling itself the Syrian Electronic Army claimed credit for the intrusion in a posting on its Twitter account.

“Your commanders admit they are training the people they have sent you to die fighting,” the group said in a message on its Twitter feed that it claimed to have posted on the Army website before it was shut down.

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