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Talk about bad timing. The Marine Corps recently spent a shit ton of money on marketing a “new image” for the Corps and released the below new commercial.

However, with the recent stank of the nude images involving a ton of active duty Marines all of the effort, all of the research and time spent in making this “new image” just went out the window.

Marine Corps Commandant Gen. Robert Neller answered tough questions from U.S. senators on both sides of the aisle today about the growing scandal of explicit photos being shared on the Marines United Facebook page and other websites.

He called the actions of Marines engaged in cyberbullying female members of the corps "truly disturbing and unacceptable." Read more here


Can you imagine being on the staff of doing all the planning etc. for this big new Marine Corps commercial launch and then “bam” it all goes to hell as your branch is exposed in a nude pic website cluster?

Ugh, the poor staff officers who just waited the past 6 mo to a year of planning, editing etc and bam, its wasted. The commercial could have made a seriously significant impact for the Marine Corps but with the nude pic website fiasco going on, it will be over casted with shame.

 It’s like they always say, “they never remember all the great shit you do, just the jacked-up shit”

Time for a C-Gar

Here is the shadowed new Marine commercial



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