The submarine tender USS Emory S. Land (AS 39) sits anchored at Ulithi Atoll, Dec. 7, 2019 (Navy photo/Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Richard A. Miller)

The Navy is investigating dozens of videos of service members changing in a bathroom which were then shared on the website PornHub, according to a NBC News report.

According to the report, an agent from the Naval Criminal Investigative Service found the videos on PornHub earlier this month. The videos, which have since been taken down, show civilians, sailors and Marines, some of whom have visible name tapes.

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A U.S. Marine who had just moved to Texas was horrified when his moving truck was stolen — with his father's ashes inside.

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Military working dog (MWD) Nandi X-284, from the 100th Military Police Detachment, takes part in a scenario based tactical search lane exercise at the Panzer Kaserne range, Boeblingen, Germany on Nov. 26, 2019. (U.S. Army/Rey Ramon)

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The US has made the decision to temporarily stop sending explosive-detection dogs to Jordan and Egypt after discovering that a lot of the animals had died as a result of poor treatment, a report from the Department of State's Office of the Inspector General revealed.

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Authorities say they found a notarized letter, apparently from the husband, saying his wife did not kill him. (YouTube/abc4utah)

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When Utah police arrived at a retirement community to conduct a welfare check last month, they were disturbed to find not only the body of the elderly woman who lived there, but an additional man's corpse tucked inside a deep freezer in her utility room.

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A screenshot of the 18th Airborne Corps post featuring Waffen-SS Obersturmbannfǘhrer Joachim Peiper shared on the official Facebook page of the Department of Defense

A photo of a Nazi commander shown on the 18th Airborne Corps' social media page has been removed and an apology has been issued.

On Monday, the 18th Airborne Corps' Facebook page made the first post of its series to commemorate the World War II operation between German forces and Western Allies known as "The Battle of the Bulge."

The Corps' since-deleted post to kick off the commemoration had a photo of German Schutzstaffel Col. Joachim Peiper.

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A screenshot of the 18th Airborne Corps post featuring Waffen-SS Obersturmbannfǘhrer Joachim Peiper shared on the official Facebook page of the Department of Defense

Don't worry: You have not crossed into the alternative universe portrayed in The Man in the High Castle wherein the Nazis won World War II.

That said, voracious consumers of Defense Department social media content might have been slightly confused on Monday when the 18th Airborne Corps posted a story on Facebook to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge that prominently featured a colorized portrait of infamous Waffen-SS Obersturmbannfǘhrer Joachim Peiper.

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