Navy SEALs punished for video game info

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      One of the year's hottest video games is touted for its realism, thanks to contributions from real-life Navy SEALs. Now those servicemen who helped make the new "Medal of Honor" game so true to life are being punished by the military. {}The Pentagon says seven Navy SEALs were officially reprimanded for providing classified information to the video game publisher Electronic Arts.{}Officials say the company paid the SEALs to work as consultants on the game "Medal of Honor: Warfighter." {}The seven were accused of showing their official combat gear and disclosing classified material. {}All seven were given a letter of reprimand and docked two months' pay. {}The move means they will be ineligible for promotion and essentially ends their military careers.{}Four other Navy SEALs are still under investigation.{}