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The U. Navy announced on Wednesday new regulations that make it a punishable offense for sailors and Marines to post nude pictures of service members online without consent. The new regulations are a direct result of the recent scandal involving male Marines and sailors who posted nude photos of female Marines online.
Members on the site solicited others to submit photos of women without their knowledge. The cloud storage folder has been removed at the request of the military, the official said. It was not clear to the Defense Department how many current and former Marines may be involved in potential wrongdoing.
Navy were secretly filmed undressing and taking showers, officials have revealed, and investigators are questioning the year-old man who they believe filmed the women and distributed videos of them nude. All the women in the videos served on the ballistic missile submarine the USS Wyoming which docks in Georgia. At least three female officers were filmed for over a year on the sub, according to a Navy incident report filed last month.
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.
Across the armed services, women made up 16 percent of the active-duty military as of — by branch, that number ranged from 8. Their representation is small and growing only marginally — inwomen in uniform made up Despite being overlooked, servicewomen are forging new career paths for themselves and the next generation as they enter jobs that were once closed to them.
Naval Academy. A report by Business Insider found that military forums on message boards like Anon-IB and 4Chan have become receptacles for nude photos and videos of female troops from across the military, often captured without the knowledge or consent of their subjects. Subjects were often identified by name, job title, and rank. In response to the investigation, Adm.
A year-old male officer is under investigation relating to allegations that he recorded them, in a state of undressfor more than a year, and distributed the videos, according the Navy Times. The videos are believed to show three female officers. A spokesperson for the Submarine Group said the Navy would hold the responsible individuals accountable if the allegations, which came to light last month were proved to be fact.
The message was a request: "Wins" are nude photos users obtained from women or disgruntled exes, social media, or similar boards that they could share with the group. On the military page of Anon-IB, users bragged about and shared photos dating back to at least Some users requested nude photos of a specific woman, often identified by name and where they were stationed. The Anon-IB page — first reported Thursday by Business Insider — widens the scope of a developing scandal in the military where a subculture of service members apparently shared nude photos of their female colleagues without their permission or knowledge.