Pentagon launches investigation into 'Marines United' nude photo scandal

The Pentagon has announced it will investigate a nude photo scandal affecting the armed forces after it was discovered that images of female Marines were being shared online. 

Defence Secretary James Mattis condemned those involved in sharing the images and said “all appropriate action” was being taken across service branches. 

“Lack of respect for the dignity and humanity of fellow members of the Department of Defence is unacceptable and counter to unit cohesion,” he said. 

The scandal broke when it was discovered nude photos of female servicewomen were being shared online by male colleagues, often accompanied by obscene, misogynist commentary, in

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