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Marine Corps Inspector General fired for role in amphibious assault vehicle accident that killed 9
The Marine commandant has taken "administrative action against him."
‘A dereliction of duty’ — Why the amphibious vehicle disaster that killed 9 servicemen was entirely preventable
“What ought one to say then as each hardship comes? I was practicing for this, I was training for this.” —Epictetus
Deadly Marine accident demonstrates the military’s accountability problem
Different spanks for different ranks.
‘Fire the generals’ — Who is to blame for the Marine Corps’ deadliest training accident in decades
'The solution is to fire the generals.'
Marine colonel fired following investigation into Corps’ deadliest amphibious vehicle accident
Eight Marines and one sailor died in the accident.
A Marine looks back at the invasion of Iraq, 18 years later: ‘The war can’t go on unless all the poop’s burned’
18 years after the invasion of Iraq, a Marine looks back on his role in the whirlwind march to Baghdad.
The Marine Corps is full speed ahead with its first new amphibious vehicle since the Vietnam War
The Amphibious Combat Vehicle is coming soon to a motor pool near you.
Marine veterans say sinking amphibious assault vehicles are ‘death traps’ following deadly accident
A sinking Marine Corps amphibious assault vehicle is a "death trap" because of how hard it can be to get everyone out alive, Marine veterans said after a deadly incident this summer
Marines are finally about to receive their first new amphibious vehicle since Vietnam
The Marine Corps plans on fielding its first batch of Amphibious Combat Vehicles to grunts starting in October, the service announced on Monday
The Marine Corps has launched two investigations into its deadliest AAV training accident ever
Military officials have launched two investigations to determine why an amphibious assault vehicle sank recently during training off San Clemente Island, killing nine of its crew in what is now being called the deadliest training accident in the history of this legacy Marine Corps seafaring vehicle
Ceremony held at Camp Pendleton for Marines and sailor killed in tragic AAV sinking
Marines and sailors at Camp Pendleton honored the men lost when their seafaring amphibious assault vehicle sank off San Clemente Island
With honor ceremony, Marines and sailor who died in ocean training exercise are flown to Dover Air Force Base
The flag-draped caskets of seven Marines and a sailor who died when their seafaring vehicle sank off San Clemente Island headed to Dover Air Force Base on Wednesday, Aug. 12
Remains of missing Marines and sailor recovered from sunken amphibious vehicle
The remains of seven Marines and a sailor lost when their amphibious vehicle sank near San Clemente Island have been recovered and will be transported to Dover Air Force Base in Delaware for preparation for burial
How the missing Marines, sailor and amphibious vehicle were found
A U.S. Navy diving and salvage ship is on its way to the northwest end of San Clemente Island to begin recovering eight servicemen and a amphibious assault vehicle found after several days searching the seafloor
Bodies of Marines and sailor missing in deadly AAV mishap found off San Clemente Island
The bodies of seven Marines and a sailor who disappeared when their seafaring military vehicle sank in deep water off San Clemente Island during a training exercise last week have been found, officials announced this afternoon, Aug. 4
Marine commandant provides first details of tragic AAV mishap that killed 9 service members
Nine of the 16 troops inside a Marine Corps amphibious assault vehicle were killed in an accident that left the vehicle on the seafloor, Commandant Gen. David Berger detailed on Monday
Marine Corps amphibious assault vehicle involved in deadly mishap was set to be replaced a decade ago
The Marine Corps amphibious vehicle involved in a deadly mishap Thursday has a long history and was set to be replaced a decade ago. However, defense budget cuts scrapped its multi-billion-dollar replacement in 2011
Marine Corps identifies Marines and sailor presumed dead after amphibious assault vehicle accident
7 Marines and 1 sailor presumed dead as rescue efforts end 40 hours after amphibious assault vehicle sank
'It is with a heavy heart, that I decided to conclude the search and rescue effort.'
1 Marine dead, 8 others missing after amphibious vehicle sinks off California coast
15 Marines and one sailor were in the amphibious vehicle at the time of the accident.
A Marine reflects on how a sinking amphibious assault vehicle symbolizes the entire Corps
Inside a track, I watched men snap like I’d only seen during torture scenes on film.
The Marine Corps’ first new amphibious vehicle since Vietnam is almost here. Here’s who will get them first
Marines with the I Marine Expeditionary Force will be the first to receive the Corps's first new amphibious vehicle since Vietnam, Task & Purpose has learned
The Marine Corps Wants Some Extra Firepower On Its Next Amphibious Combat Vehicle
The Marine Corps is looking for a few good amphibious combat vehicles ahead of the next big war.
The Marine Corp’s First New Amphibious Combat Vehicle In Decades Will Be Totally BAE
Editor’s Note: This article by Matthew Cox originally appeared on Military.com, the premier source of information for the military and...