In an embarrassing and big mistake, the Obama Administration sent an email to thousands of journalists while the president was going over to Afghanistan this Memorial Day weekend, revealing the name of the top CIA agent in Afghanistan.

The officer's name - identified as "chief of station" in Kabul - was included by U.S. embassy staff on a list of 15 senior American officials who met with President Obama during the Saturday visit. The list was sent to a Washington Post reporter who was representing the news media, who then sent it out to the White House "press pool" list, which contains as many as 6,000 recipients, according to AOL.

The name revealed is the top intelligence officer, and officials have not said what will happen to his career, for obvious reasons -- his safety and safety of his family and other officers.