Army investigating officers for posting “puppy play” content online

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The US Army officers who took sexually explicit photos while wearing dog-themed bondage masks in uniform are now under investigation, according to the United States Army.

The investigation comes after several officers -including a colonel- found themselves on the front page of the internet after their fetish-themed personal social media was discovered and spread around to the public at large.

Two servicemembers were identified by whistleblowers- Colonel Brian T. Donnelly (ret.) of INDOPACOM, aka “PupRavage,” and Captain Dayton Tenney, also known as “AdjutantPup.”

The two -who at the time of the photos were several ranks apart- were seen engaging in “puppy play” sex together in photos and were based in Hawaii.

“US Army Pacific is aware of content found on social media reflecting soldiers’ activities while wearing uniforms,” Maj. Jonathon Lewis, an Army spokesperson, said to USA Today in a statement. “The incident is currently under investigation.”

Prior to his final position in INDOPACOM, Donnelly was a member of the Maryland Army National Guard, and commanded the 1100th Expeditionary Military Intelligence Brigade.

While Colonel Donnelly is retired, he is still subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice, and can be brought back to face charges.

“All US Army soldiers are expected to uphold high standards of personal conduct and to avoid discrediting the service and the uniform, both in person and across social media,” Cynthia Smith, an Army spokeswoman, said in a statement.

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