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US servicemen from all parts of the military have been sharing nude photos of their female colleagues online, it has emerged. Reports last week uncovered widespread photo sharing by current and former Marines on Facebook, triggering a navy investigation. But the BBC has seen a message board where servicemen from other branches have shared hundreds of photos. Male service members use a message board on an anonymous image hosting website to share nude images of their female counterparts. They often first post clothed photos of female personnel taken from their social media pages, and ask if any members have nude photos, which they call "wins". Others then post photos.
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Naked photos of female US Marines shared on secret FB group, investigation underway
Nude Photos of Female Navy Officers Leaked in US, Probe Ordered
The explicit photos, shared on a secret Facebook page which has since been taken down, reportedly showed female Marines and other women in various states of undress. Posts on the website, called "Marines United", also contained lewd comments about some of the women. The Marine Corps does not condone this sort of behaviour, which undermines its core values. We are aware of the reports of misconduct on social media.
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Online users targeted Navy women sending nude photos
The U. Marine Corps is looking into the suspected distribution of nude photographs of female members of the service among military personnel and veterans via a social media network that promotes sexual violence, the Marine Corps Times said on Sunday. A Marine Corps spokesman told the independent newspaper specializing on the Corps that military officials are uncertain how many military personnel could be involved.
The Naval Criminal Investigative Service has launched an investigation into hundreds of US Marines involved in a secret Facebook group that disseminates explicit photos of servicewomen. Update: Marines looking at lengthy jail time if convicted, the women speak out. While some of the photos were taken illicitly, some are reported to have been stolen from private accounts.
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