FOX News: All branches of US military reportedly involved in nude-photo sharing
A nude photo-sharing scandal that rocked the Marine Corps earlier in the week is reportedly not an isolated incident.
Male service members from all military branches have been sharing nude photos of women on an anonymous website called Anon-IB, BBC reported Friday.
The servicemen allegedly post photographs of clothed female colleagues and ask anyone on the message board if they have any “wins” – the term used for nude photos, according to BBC.
"Any wright patt wins? I'll start off with some,” one anonymous user posted on the message board, referring to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio.
Read more ....
More News On All Branches Of The U.S. Military Now Being Investigated For Sharing Nude Photos Of Servicewomen Online
The Marine Corps' nude-photo-sharing scandal is even worse than first realized -- Business Insider
Nude photo scandal widens as military looks into more websites -- CNN
Nude photo investigation may extend to other U.S. military branches -- UPI
Marines nude photo scandal expands to all branches of military -- CBS
Marines 'revenge porn' scandal now expands to all branches of the military as it is revealed that servicemen are sharing nude photos of servicewomen online -- Daily Mail
US military nude photo sharing scandal widens beyond Marines -- BBC
Marine Corps nude photo scandal extends throughout military -- Axios
Nude photo sharing scandal expands throughout the military -- Military Times
‘Marines United’ Is Now Sharing Explicit Videos Of Servicewomen On Porn Site -- Task & Purpose
Marine Corps commandant: I intend to fix this problem -- USA Today
Sexual assault in the military is more than a political problem -- The Hill
Marines Photo Scandal: What Can Revenge Porn Victims Do? -- Erik Ortiz, NBC News