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The news follows reports about lewd photos being posted by a group of Marines and former Marines, and goes beyond the Corps and some private Facebook groups like Marines United, CNN reported on Friday. Photos of nude and clothed female service members also have been posted to another image-sharing message board, according to reports. A CNN review of the site found photos of women in uniforms from different branches of the military — and nude and partially nude images.
Jump to navigation. The Military Selective Service Act Act authorizes the President to require the registration for possible military service of males, but not females, the purpose of registration being to facilitate any eventual conscription under the Act. Registration for the draft was discontinued by Presidential Proclamation in the Act was amended in to preclude conscriptionbut as the result of a crisis in Southwestern Asia, President Carter decided in that it was necessary to reactivate the registration process, and sought Congress' allocation of funds for that purpose.
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By Associated Press. Above: Former Marine Erika Butner, right, and attorney Gloria Allred hold photos of Butner in uniform, as she and another active-duty female Marine said photographs of them were secretly posted online without their consent, at a news conference in Los Angeles Wednesday, March 8, Transcript for audioclip
The US military has launched an investigation into reports that male members of the armed forces have been sharing nude photos of their female colleagues and veterans online. Reports from the US last week uncovered widespread photo-sharing, initially by current and former marines on Facebook. But the BBC says it has since seen a message board where servicemen from all branches have "shared hundred of photos".
American women have long been threatened and killed by their proximity to battle, as the entrenched, well-defined front-lines of World War II have blurred and morphed. They've flown in combat missions for the Air Force. They've also died.
The American public and its political leadership will do anything for the military except take it seriously. In mid-September, while President Obama was fending off complaints that he should have done more, done less, or done something different about the overlapping crises in Iraq and Syria, he traveled to Central Command headquarters, at MacDill Air Force Base in Florida. There he addressed some of the men and women who would implement whatever the U.
The US Defence Department is investigating reports that some Marines shared naked photographs of female Marines, veterans and other women on a secret Facebook page, some of which were taken without their knowledge. Along with identified female military members were photographs of unidentifiable women in various stages of undress, and included obscene comments about some of the women, officials said. The Naval Criminal Investigative Service is now investigating. The photographs have been taken down, officials said.