They just have to (private message) me for their own personal upload link." It's believed hundreds and possibly thousands of pictures were shared, with more than 24 active service members identified since 30 January.
One of those pictured was Marine Lance Corporal Marisa Woytek who said pictures were taken from her Instagram account and uploaded without her consent.
Department of Defense is investigating hundreds of Marines who used social media to solicit and share hundreds — possibly thousands — of naked photographs of female service members and veterans. 30, more than two dozen women – many on active duty, including officers and enlisted service members – have been identified by their full name, rank and military duty station in photographs posted and linked to from a private Facebook page.“How am I supposed to lead my Marines when something as uncontrollable as my gender is what limits me?” La Porta recalled one of the women, an officer, saying. Opha May Johnson became the first female Marine when she joined the Marine Corps Reserve in 1918.The now deleted group had 30,000 members and was used by current military personnel to post shocking comments on the pictures.They allegedly include comments saying women, many of whom were photographed without their knowledge, should be taken "out back" to "pound".