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Military photo scandal widens as more nude photos of female service members emerge

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Anger is mounting as the nude photo-sharing scandal involving the Marines appears to expand to the other military branches. Users of the website Anon-IB encourage participants to find and post naked pictures of servicewomen without their consent. Defense Secretary James Mattis weighed in on the scandal for the first time Friday, while the Army and Airforce will join the Navy and Marines in the investigation. NBC's Hans Nichols reports from the Pentagon.