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.
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Nude Photos of Female Service Members Shared Online: Report
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In a closed Facebook group called "Marines United," which consisted of 30, active duty and retired members of the United States Armed Forces and British Royal Marines , hundreds of photos of female servicemembers from every branch of the military were distributed. In a post on the original group page, a member wrote, "It would be hilarious if one of these FBI or Naval Criminal Investigative Service fucks found their wife on here. Understand this: I will not accept a request until I can see that the person has served. If you see someone and know they are a fucking snitch, let an admin know.
Private Facebook groups can be valuable discussion areas for like-minded people, but they can also promote toxic behavior in the wrong circumstances. While the group has had some above-board discussions, according to one anonymous veteran, it has been dominated by "creepy, stalker-like" photography, revenge porn and the vile talk to match. Over two dozen of the women were identified by their names and positions. There are "hundreds" of Marines under investigation, and many involved accounts both on Facebook and Google Drive have been shut down. At least some offenders have also been fired or removed from active duty.