Former Navy SEAL will host film viewing in Virginia Beach

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A former Navy SEAL will host the viewing of a film today in Virginia Beach. 

It's called, "Dishonorable Disclosures" - and it has to do with the claim that national security information was leaked.

How much top secret information is too much?

A group of former special-ops members will share their views tonight. Recent glimpses into the lives of our super secretive heros, brought to you by Hollywood.

First came Act of Valor, starring active duty Navy SEALs, and soon we'll get a front row look at how special operations forces killed Osama bin Laden in the action packed Zero Dark Thirty.

In a city full of Navy SEALs, some are asking, how much is too much? 

The Obama Administration was accused of improperly giving filmmakers access to classied information during research for the films.

Now, a new film has come out, brought to you by a group of former CIA members and special operations.

Wednesday night there will be a special screening of that movie - Dishonorable Disclosures.

A former Navy SEAL will introduce the documentary that takes a look at the dangers when high level national security is leaked.

In the film, special-ops members beg President Obama to stop giving enemies access to information that could put their lives in danger.

The movie will be screened at the Westin tonight at 6:00 p.m.