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Scantily Clad Invaders Provoke U.S. Army Investigation

Kaitlan Collins White House Correspondent
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The Utah Department of Public Safety is now investigating an incident of grave concern where the Utah National Guard’s 19th Special Forces Group allowed a group of bikini-clad British models into its Draper compound and gave them access to their equipment so the women could shoot their 2015 “Hot Shots” calendar.

The women, dressed in tight tanks and white bikinis, shot sniper rifles, threw explosives and drove tanks, allegedly without permission from the National Guard.

(Photo: YouTube screen capture)

(Photo: YouTube screen capture)

Utah National Guard Lt. Col. Steven Fairbourn said that an internal investigation has been launched.

“There was no official approval for this project,” Fairbourn said.

(Photo: YouTube screen capture)

(Photo: YouTube screen capture)

“The investigation will determine if Utah National Guard equipment, facilities, and personnel were used in the Hot Shots 2015 calendar production and required actions if this is the case.”

(Photo: Hot Shots)

(Photo: Hot Shots)

Kelly Hall is one of the many models featured in the calendar.

For good measure, here is video evidence of the breach.

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