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Air Force deploys ‘crisis’ system to determine if any of its airmen are in Israel

The U.S. Air Force is using its Personnel Accountability and Assessment System (AFPASS) to get a head count of all of its members and their families after a surprise attack was launched against Israel over the weekend.

A text message shared with Fox News Digital that was sent out to members at Selfridge Air National Guard base, located about 30 miles north of Detroit, asks members to report back with their status no later than 3 p.m. Tuesday by pressing one for “YES” if they or one of their listed family members is currently in Israel or two for “NO.”

The message warns members that it is “not an exercise” and asks for “100% accountability” of all Air Force personnel and their family members.

It is unclear if the Air Force is the only branch of the U.S. military attempting to get 100% accountability of its members as the war rages on. The Pentagon did not immediately respond to a Fox News request for comment.

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