Marines

The Most Read Stories This Week on Military.com

Here's a look at the most popular stories this week on Military.com:

In the wake of the revelation that a large group of active-duty Marines is under investigation for sharing nude photos of female troops without their consent, a senior congressman is calling on the Marine Corps to take swift and decisive action.

By Hope Hodge Seck | Read more

Several posters that had been on display for at least six years were removed from a wall at Langley Air Force Base after the National Organization for Women and the Military Religious Freedom Foundation complained that they were sexist, according to the Air Force.

By Brock Vergakis | Read more

A pilot has been kicked out of the Navy for recording female officers aboard the USS John C. Stennis two years ago.

By Ed Friedrich | Read more

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