A Dropbox folder called “Hoes Hoin" that contains nude photos of female service members has been circulating the web, according to a report by Vice News. The Dropbox folder has more than 200 explicit photos of U.S. servicewomen—some topless, some nude, and some with women performing sex acts. The folder also has collages showing women both fully clothed and naked in an effort to identify and shame them. A link to the folder was first posted in an “exclusively-male” Facebook group with over 400 members called “Blame Marines United (Non-Butthurt Edition),” which three of the now-defunct “Marines United” administrators ran, according to sources. While the new group was much smaller than “Marines United,” the photos are still accessible for download to anyone who has the link—making it impossible to know how many people have viewed the photos. The smaller group was shut down Tuesday after it was reported by a fellow Marine Corps member. Last year, the Marine Corps was given $18 million to stamp out misogynistic behavior and revenge porn after the “Marines United” Facebook group—which also featured nude photos of female service members–was shutdown.