US Army Investigates Nude Photos of Female Soldiers at Fort Dix
The U.S. Army is investigation allegations that eight male soldiers took photographs and video "of as many as 21 female soldiers in their unit showering at Fort Dix".
The criminal investigation pertains to events alleged to have occurred in fall 2008 amongst the the 266th Military Police Company of the Virginia Army National Guard.
The 266th is currently serving in Basra.
The photos were allegedly taken last fall, before the 266th Military Police Company of the Virginia Army National Guard shipped out to Iraq in December.
Lt. Col. Christopher Garver said Friday the Army is conducting a criminal investigation and that no charges have been filed.
Fort Dix spokeswoman Carolee Nisbet says the allegations are disappointing. She said most soldiers who train at the New Jersey installation before being deployed "live up to the Army values."