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Faulty equipment, lapsed training, repeated warnings: How a preventable disaster killed six Marines
Marine commanders did not act on dozens of pleas for additional manpower, machinery and time. When a training exercise ended in death, leadership blamed the very men they had neglected.
Marine F/A-18 Hornet squadron’s top leaders fired for lapses leading up to deadly 2018 crash
The investigation cited inadequate oversight of training and operation by squadron leaders, an unprofessional command climate within the squadron, and the Hornet pilot's lack of proficiency at flying mid-air refueling...
Remains of Marines killed in a KC-130J crash last year have been recovered
All five Marines on the aerial tanker were killed: Lt. Col. Kevin R. Herrmann, 38; Maj. James M. Brophy, 36; Staff Sgt. Maximo A. Flores, 27; Cpl. Daniel E. Baker,...