The U. Marine Corps officials have called on the Naval Criminal Investigative Service following revelations by Vice News last week that images of female service members had been shared in a Dropbox folder called "Hoes Hoin'. Vice reported that most of the images in the folder show women in military clothing. Some show the women's faces, dog tags, uniforms and name tags. A few are of service members fully clothed, in apparent attempt to shame or discredit them. Some of the photos had been previously shared in other online groups while others appear to be new, Vice said. Christopher Harrison told the Military Times. A Pentagon spokesperson told the newspaper that the Defense Department was also "aware of reports concerning the Dropbox site" and said it would be investigated and prosecuted if necessary. Dropbox told the Military Times that the link to the images had been removed and banned so that it couldn't be recirculated. The military has struggled to deal with servicemembers' behavior on social media since last March, when it was revealed that 30, people had joined a now-defunct Facebook group called Marines United, where active-duty and veteran Marines shared nude photos of female service members and others, made derogatory comments about them and threatened some of the women.
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Credit: U. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Alexis C. Schneider Creative Commons. The U. 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. Since Jan. In one instance, a female corporal in uniform was followed at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, by a fellow Marine, who surreptitiously photographed her as she picked up her gear. Those photographs were posted on the Facebook group Marines United, which has nearly 30, followers, drawing dozens of obscene comments. And throat.
I even had someone tell me I should know better than to marry a nomo. You're walking into a den of crazy, tbm bishop's daughter, I hate to say it but you should really be contemplative about what you're stepping into. No one understands it, so thank you for sharing your thoughts so I know I'm not alone and not being too needy for feeling alone. We strive to improve each other. I would leave him note reminding him how important his work was. She's too heavily invested in Mormonism for that. My husband had quite a late start in his career; he will be almost 40 by the time he starts residency so I feel we are already way behind in that sense, but also he has had a very hard time getting into residency as he went to med school outside the US.
On top of their day job, they also have to read volumes upon volumes of medical journals to keep up with their profession. I don't want to advocate manipulation but asking questions concerning Joseph's dishonesty about polygamy to his first wife and his marriage of other men's wives and marriage of a 14 year old may prove more fruitful than just saying wow polygamy is messed up. The right age for getting married varies depends for men and women. Finally, it is a very tight-knit community and despite efforts to insulate you from conversion-minded missionaries, you will be exposed to a lot of people that think, like this woman does, that atheists are without a moral compass. I am willing to add his religious observances to our worship as a couple and as a family, but should I also be willing to give up some of my participation in my own faith в for example by attending the temple or Sunday services slightly less often in order to spend more time as an entire family. The man presides over everything. Be gentle with them and yourself.