"I am not going to comment specifically about an ongoing investigation, but I will say this: For anyone to target one of our Marines, online or otherwise, in an inappropriate manner, is distasteful and shows an absence of respect," Neller said in a statement provided to "The success of every Marine, every team, every unit and command throughout our Corps is based on mutual trust and respect." Green went further, releasing a 319-word statement in the form of an open letter calling the online photo-sharing "demeaning" and "degrading" and adding there was no place for it in the Corps.How else can you talk about it on Twitter with your friends and other fans of Scandal? No series on TV depicts as many twists and turns as this one here. You need to keep up on a weekly basis and, let's be honest, sometimes you need to go over an episode twice just to make sure you didn't miss anything. It's fast and it's easy to watch Scandal online via TV Fanatic.
The investigation was made public Saturday evening by reporter Thomas James Brennan, who reported for Reveal News that members of the private Facebook group Marines United had shared dozens of nude photos of female service members, identifying them by name, rank and duty station.
Group members also linked out to a Google Drive folder containing more compromising photos and information, Brennan reported.
It is a direct attack on our ethos and legacy," he said.
"As Marines, as human beings, you should be angry for the actions of a few.
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"A Marine who directly participates in, encourages, or condones such actions could also be subjected to criminal proceedings or adverse administrative actions," Alvis said.
To underscore the significance of the allegations to Marine Corps leadership, both Neller and Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps Ronald Green released statements condemning the alleged behavior.
"We need to be brutally honest with ourselves and each other.
This behavior hurts fellow Marines, family members, and civilians.
This is not the first time the bad behavior of Marines online has captured the attention of Congress.