U.S. Marine Corps photo

The armored amphibious vehicle that caught fire on Camp Pendleton Wednesday morning, sending 14 Marines and a Navy corpsman to area hospitals for serious burn injuries, struck a natural gas line during routine pre-deployment training.

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U. S. Marine Corps photo by, Lance Cpl. Maritza Vela

Marine assault amphibian battalions are ready to hit the beach and clear out a crap ton of mines thanks to an upgraded, and considerably safer, variant of the MK-154 Launcher Mine Clearance system.

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