The commander of Townsville's 3rd Brigade, in north Queensland, says the public has the right to be disappointed by the actions of soldiers linked to degrading comments on social media.
Ten Townsville personnel will face disciplinary action after they were linked with the comments about the city's women on Facebook.
Investigations into whether there are more serving members with ties to the posts are continuing.
Brigadier Shane Caughey says soldiers have been reminded about standards within the Australian Defence Force.
"We undoubtedly have taken the opportunity to remind people of those and we have taken people through it but as I said, I have no doubt that members here in Lavarack Barracks understand what our core values are," he said.
"We just need to continue to remind people that they are accountable for their actions and when they do not live up to our core values they will be held accountable.
"My view is that the public have every right to be disappointed but they should have great faith in the fact that the Army is committed to ensuring that all members of the Army, that includes everyone, live by the core values of behaviour and certainly that's the approach we're taking."