Meanwhile, shaping operations to retake Ramadi are continuing.
So far, eight U.S. citizens and 23 federal employees are receiving antibiotics against potential exposure.
The Department says there is no threat to the public.
The Defense Department says there is no threat to the general public.
The Department is also working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in their investigation of the shipments.
Carter is the first Defense chief to join Facebook.
No Defense staff have been disciplined for the shipments.
The DoD says there is no threat to the general public.
The Pentagon backed up comments made by Defense Sec. Ashton Carter, who told CNN on Sunday that the Iraqi’s in Ramadi lacked the will to fight.