US Army investigating at least 2 officers who wore ‘pup’ fetish gear while in uniform

The U.S. Army is allegedly investigating shocking photos of at least two officers who posed on social media in “pup” fetish gear, with one bondage-fetish colonel announcing his retirement from the military in a post.

Another account on Twitter contained a lengthy thread that supposedly revealed two of the members posting were commissioned officers engaging in a sexual relationship. That prompted the Army to announce on Tuesday that it was investigating the posts.

“U.S. Army Pacific is aware of content found on social media reflecting soldiers’ activities while wearing uniforms,” U.S. Army spokesman Major Jonathan Lewis declared in a statement to USA Today. “The incident is currently under investigation.”

If those were indeed officers, and it appears they were, it would certainly rise to conduct unbecoming and would be worthy of a court-martial.

There are various punishments doled out by the military for such conduct, including letters of reprimand, and possibly a demotion. A retired officer can be restored to active duty just so they can be court-martialled. He or she can also be retired at a lower rank, which would result in lower military pension payments, according to USA Today.

“All U.S. 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,” an Army spokeswoman told USA Today in an interview.

One of the accounts goes by “Pup Ravage.” That’s the one where a colonel announced his retirement from the Army last week. Conservative veterans were angered by the tweet. It engendered charges of growing wokeness and perversity in the military.

He describes himself as a “rubber enthusiast,” “bondage expert,” and “chastity aficionado,” noting that he “proudly served” in the Army. In a prior post, he stated that he had served for “nearly three decades.”

Another Twitter account called NoVA Campaigns posted a long thread that outed the retired officer as Army Colonel Brian T. Connelly, of the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command. He was stationed at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hicks in Hawaii. Connelly reportedly has a penchant for posting sexually explicit pictures of himself. He also allegedly posts images of himself in uniform wearing a dog mask on an Instagram page.

Connelly is also said to be in a sexual relationship with Captain Dayton Tenney, who went by the name “HonuPup” on social media. They are both members of the “pup play” kink community, a BDSM-related sexual fetish where participants dress up in leather masks and tails and act like dogs for sexual satisfaction. It’s also being said that both men had multiple partners according to NoVA Campaigns.

Another officer who is a captain in a medical unit also replied to Connelly’s tweet while wearing a dog mask. Everyone caught up in the incident has locked or deleted their accounts. Unfortunately for them, the Internet is forever if the Army is serious about going after them, which it probably isn’t.

This seems to be a trend not only in the military now but in the Biden administration itself. In September, photos surfaced of White House deputy coordinator of monkeypox response Dr. Demetre Daskalakis in bondage gear, shocking many.

Then there is the now-former deputy assistant secretary for Spent Fuel and Waste Disposition Sam Brinton who had photos of himself engaging in “puppy play” surface as well on social media. The non-binary Biden official was just fired for stealing women’s luggage… twice.

RedState is claiming the Army’sinvestigation is all for show: “Comments in the thread about Colonel Pup Fetish indicate that, literally, everyone knew what he was into. He kept the mask hanging in his office. He and the other men (I use the term advisedly) involved communicated and shared images via social media accounts that were visible to anyone. This behavior went on because the chain of command of Colonel Connelly and his playmates were either OK with the sexual perversion or they were too intimidated by the Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity Gestapo to complain about it.”

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