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Mar 9, 2017 - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

A new site called "Female Marines United campaign" wants to raise money to support women service members after hundreds of nude photos of female marines were posted to a secret Facebook group called "Marines United."

The fund, which is asking for $1 per supporter, will "show that there are more people out there who support women in the armed forces and demand respect for all women who have met the standards asked of them in service of their country," said Justine Elena, 31, a captain in th

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