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The Marine Who Starred in a Military War Movie. And Active Duty’s Gay Porn

 

We misidentify photos, misplace pronouns, and insert the wrong links all the time. So we can understand the embarrassment of Leatherneck Magazine — which bills itself as the “Magazine of the Marines” — after they featured a young corporal who just happens to be an amateur gay porn star.

 

In an article about a new Marines movie that stars active duty sailors, a one Cpl. David A. Bradberry, the real-life (former) Marine and star of a few ActiveDuty.com movies, where he goes by his real first name. The porn industry website The Sword has some NSFW photo evidence, and notes that the article says, “For most of [the actors] this is the first time they have ever acted.”

Not David.

He’s starred in such memorable numbers like Battle Cry and Summer Recruits.

Why such a big deal? Besides an ostensibly straight (with DADT, all soldiers are presumed hetero!) guy being exposed for getting serviced by other men, among other things, the military has a history of firing ActiveDuty.com’s stars. (UPDATED. See below.) When a few of Fort Bragg’s 82nd Airborne division’s finest popped up on the site in 2006, they were dismissed. Another was let go in 2007. As yet, we’re not sure whether Cpl. Bradberry still has his job. But it won’t be long before everyone on the base learns of his extracurriculars.

UPDATE: An attorney representing Bradberry tells Queerty he received an honorable discharge from the Marines before starring in the ActiveDuty.com videos, thus removing any possible Article 125 (sodomy) violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice.