Former top enlisted Marine warns leaders to watch social media misbehavior
When the Marine Corps' top leaders were summoned to Capitol Hill two years ago to explain how they were addressing a major social media scandal, Sgt. Maj. Ronald Green called it one of the lowest points of their careers. Green was serving as sergeant major of the Marine Corps when an explosive report detailed how hundreds of male Marines and veterans were using a Facebook group called Marines United to share nude photos of their female colleagues online without permission. Now, with members of Congress concerned about a potential rise of racism and other extremist ideologies in the ranks, Green said leaders must stay plugged into what's happening on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other online spaces.
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