The investigation into what happened to a Marine Corps assault amphibious vehicle last summer is out. It was a disaster.
He was relieved due to a "loss of trust and confidence in his ability to command." He is the second senior leader to be fired over the AAV accident.
The US military has located the Marine Corps amphibious assault vehicle that sank off the coast of California last week. Additionally, human remains were identified at the site. One Marine was pronounced dead shortly after the incident occurred. Another 7 Marines and one sailor who were initially considered missing have […]
The 30-ton Marine Corps amphibious assault vehicles are the “the number one vehicle” to perform the amphibious assault mission, a Marine told Insider during a recent visit to Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton. These lightly-armoured, fully-tracked vehicles are able to operate in the water and on land and are essential […]