A scandal involving predatory behavior among active and veteran Marines has widened to include all branches of the military.

Paul Szoldra from Business Insider broke the story yesterday of a website called AnonIB, where service members from the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard were sharing nude photos and other media of women in the military, a majority of it non-consensual.

While the Marine Corps has scrambled to respond to the fallout from Marines United, to include a direct address to Marines from General Robert Neller and Sergeant Major Ronald Green, the Department of Defense as a whole will now need to pivot to address the widespread issue.

The site included threads that purportedly had cadets from West Point, the Army’s prestigious academy for officers that has produced graduates like Patton, Eisenhower, and MacArthur, sharing and seeking out photos of their female classmates.