Comments: To view or download the complete regulation, click on the link to it in the box above these comments. Commanders shall process Marines for administrative separation in the following circumstances:. Whenever a Marine is involved in misconduct, as described in the following paragraphs, commanders shall process the Marine for separation unless rehabilitation and retention are warranted under the guidelines in paragraph Characterization of service normally shall be under other than honorable conditions, but characterization as general under honorable conditions may be warranted in some circumstances.

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11 Marines Booted From The Corps In The Wake Of The 'Marines United' Scandal — So Far

This article by Hope Hodge Seck originally appeared on Military. As of this month, prosecutions have been completed, with 11 troops sent to court-martial, Assistant Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. Glenn Walters said Tuesday. Walters, who was made head of initiatives to investigate the social media scandal and root out underlying cultural issues, told members of the Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services that, in all, the Marine Corps had identified persons of interest suspected of social media misconduct, including Marines and 22 civilians. For the larger number of Marines who received administrative adverse action, Walters said they likely still will see their careers ended over their actions. It remains unclear exactly how many active-duty Marines shared or viewed the drive passed around the Marines United Facebook group containing nude photos of troops, some of them identified and shared without the subjects' consent.


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