Naked photos of female US marines shared on secret Facebook group prompts NCIS investigation
The US Marine Corps is investigating a secret Facebook group being used to circulate naked pictures of active female officers
Hundreds of United States Marines are being investigated for sharing naked pictures of their female colleagues on private Facebook groups.
Over twenty different women, including officers and enlisted soldiers, have had their intimate photos shared on a private group called "Marines United".
According to Reveal , which broke the story along with The War Horse , the smutty Facebook group has nearly 30,000 followers - and the pictures have drawn dozens of obscene comments. The group is believed to have been started in January after the first Marine infantry unit was assigned female members on January 5.