Green, 18th Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps in a statement to CBS News. Marines are denouncing in vigorous terms misbehavior by Marines online, including photographing and sharing photos of women recruits and veterans and making salacious comments about them.“There is no place for this type of demeaning or degrading behavior in our Corps,” said Sergeant Major Ronald L.Two anxiety-filled days later, Talia went back on the site and saw that new requests had been made—this time, someone wanted nude shots of her friend.Sickened at the thought those closest to her were also being targeted, Talia went to the police. Anon IB: Where people are trading and selling explicit photos What happened to Talia is happening to women in cities and university campuses across the world.Almost a century later, three women became the first to join a Marine infantry battalion.The women joined 1st Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment at North Carolina’s Camp Lejeune on January 5.
” 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.Green was responding to reports published by the Center for Investigative Reporting that hundreds of Marines are being investigated for using social media to solicit and share hundreds — possibly thousands — of naked photographs of women service members and veterans.“Let me be perfectly clear; no person should be treated this way.