A surge in reports came from the Marine Corps, which was hit with the "Marines United" Facebook scandal in 2017
The comments come amid several other scandals, including most recently a general calling sexual harassment allegations “fake news.”
Military revenge porn is thriving on anonymous servers and image boards. That makes it harder to stop.
The Pentagon and law enforcement will have a hard time tracing users who share nude photos of service members without their consent.
At least seven were court-martialed for online misconduct.
Anyone with the link can access the photos, underscoring the pervasiveness of online harassment in the U.S. military.
Service members are still sharing nude photos and engaging in online harassment a year after the Marines United scandal
The Defense Department is investigating reports that US Marines traded naked pictures of female service members and vets in a secret Facebook group.