The statute details three conditions that will be considered a violation of Navy regulations, including if images are broadcast or transmitted: "with the intent to realize personal gain; with the intent to humiliate, harm, harass, intimidate, threaten, or coerce the depicted person; or with reckless disregard as to whether the depicted person would be humiliated, harmed, intimidated, threatened, or coerced," the regs read. The new regs, which were signed off by Acting Navy Secretary Sean Stackley, go into effect immediately. It is characterized as interim until the next edition of Navy regulations is printed. The changes were made public Tuesday in an all-Navy message, a move that some experts think will be hard-pressed to defend in court. Changing Navy regulations is a bit of an end-around for making changes to the Uniform Code of Military Justice, which would require an act of Congress. In this case, detailing expectations of Department of the Navy personnel amounts to a lawful order, which can be enforced with the full weight of the justice system, from non-judicial punishment to general court martial. Sailors and Marines who run afoul of the new regs could be charged with an Article 92, failure to obey a lawful order, the Navy's chief spokesperson confirmed in a statement. Dawn Cutler in statement Wednesday evening. Each case of alleged misconduct will be evaluated on its own facts and circumstances.
Military wives strip off in sub-zero temperatures for nude calendar in honour of their husbands
A married captain testified that Brig. Jeffrey Sinclair repeatedly asked her to send him nude photos of herself, which she said made her uncomfortable. Eventually, she said she placated the married general by sending him downloaded pornographic photos of other women cropped so that their faces weren't visible. The testimony came during the third day of a hearing at Fort Bragg to determine whether Sinclair will go on trial for multiple criminal charges including forcible sodomy, wrongful sexual conduct and adultery, which is a crime under the military justice system. The allegations against Sinclair involve relationships with five women other than his wife. Sinclair served as a deputy commander of the 82nd Airborne Division in Afghanistan until he was relieved of his duties in May amid a criminal investigation and sent back to North Carolina. On Tuesday, a second female captain testified that Sinclair, her direct superior, twice forced her to perform oral sex and threatened to kill her and her family if she told anyone. The woman had a three-year relationship with the married general at Army bases in the United States, Germany, Iraq and Afghanistan. The female captain who testified Wednesday said she and Sinclair did not have a sexual relationship and they had met in person only three times.
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By Jo Macfarlane for MailOnline. These military wives have chosen to honour their husbands by posing for a series of provocative pictures with little more than a small item of uniform to protect their modesty. The self-styled Garrison Girls, married to men serving in all three services, have posed for a new nude calendar, all in aid of treating post-traumatic stress for those who have served on the front line. Shock and awe: A group of military wives, including Miss September, left, and Miss December, right, have bared all for a calendar to honour their husbands and raise money for the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder. You can leave your hat on: The calendar, which includes Miss April, left, and Miss August, right, was inspired by the hit comedy film Calendar Girls. Cover girl: The women, who have never modelled before, including Miss November, left, and the front cover model, right, posed with helmets, berets and sailor hats. This shows them as they really are, with cellulite and stretch marks, but they all look gorgeous. Before and after: Expectant mother Lorna Rogers posed naked for the Garrison Girls calendar, left, shortly before the birth of her son Austin, pictured right at just one week old.
By Katy Winter. A group of military wives trekked up a mountain and bravely bared all in temperatures of minus 4C to create a nude calendar in honour of their husbands. The Garrison Girls, who are wives of men from the three Armed services, stripped off in the Scottish mountains for the artistic shots. The women, who have never modelled before, can be seen stretched out naked on rocks by a river, walking across a narrow wooden bridge and perched in the window of a ruined castle. The June picture features two Garrison Girls, who are wives of men from the three Armed services. January , like many of the pictures, includes military kit to remind people of the link to the armed forces. Helmets, berets and military kit bags are subtly placed in each of the stunning shots to remind people of the link to the armed forces. The women, who have never modelled before, were photographed in countryside beauty spots.