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    STOCKTON (CBS13) – A missing sailor now presumed dead following a 40-hour search after a marine training mishap in San Diego was from Stockton, a family friend confirmed to CBS13. The United States Marine Corps is saying that the search for the seven marines and the sailor was called off Sunday and they are presumed dead. Photo of Christopher Gnem posted on his Instagram account (credit: Instagram) The First Expeditionary Force for the Marine Corps suffered a mishap with an amphibious assault vehicle training exercise off the coast of San Clemente Island in which the eight individuals went missing on Thursday. In total, 15 marines and Gnem, 22, were on board the vehicle during the exercise. One marine was previously...
    SAN DIEGO -- Seven Marines and one Navy sailor are presumed dead Sunday after the military called off its search for the group, which went missing after an amphibious vehicle sank during a training mission in California Thursday.Navy and Coast Guard officials decided to end the effort after an extensive 40 hours.RELATED: 1 Marine killed, 8 missing after amphibious vehicle accident off coast of San Clemente Island, officials sayAll of the victims' next-of-kin have been notified. The names of the deceased troops are expected to be released within the next 24 hours.There were 15 Marines and a Navy sailor in the vehicle around 5:45 p.m. Thursday when it started taking on water as it traveled from the shores of San...
    SAN CLEMENTE ISLAND (KABC) -- Seven Marines and one Navy sailor were presumed dead Sunday after the military called off its search for the group, which went missing after an amphibious vehicle sank during a training mission Thursday.Navy and Coast Guard officials decided to end the effort after an extensive 40-hours."It is with a heavy heart that I decided to conclude the search and rescue effort,'' said Col. Christopher Bronzi, the commanding officer of the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU). "As we turn to recovery operations we will continue our exhaustive search for our missing Marines and sailor.''RELATED: 1 Marine killed, 8 missing after amphibious vehicle accident off coast of San Clemente Island, officials sayAll of the victims' next-of-kin have...
    SAN DIEGO (AP) — An amphibious assault vehicle carrying 15 Marines and a Navy sailor sank near a military-owned island off the coast of Southern California, leaving one of the Marines dead and eight missing, authorities said Friday. They were traveling in the vehicle that resembles a seafaring tank from the shores of San Clemente Island to a Navy ship Thursday evening when they reported the vehicle was taking on water, said Lt. Cameron H. Edinburgh, a Marine Corps spokesman for Camp Pendleton. Two Marines who were rescued were injured, with one hospitalized in critical condition and the other in stable condition, a Marine Corps statement said. Military ships, small boats and helicopters on Friday were searching choppy seas for...
    An amphibious assault vehicle carrying 15 Marines and a Navy sailor sank near a military-owned island off the coast of Southern California, leaving one of the Marines dead and eight missing, authorities said Friday.They were traveling in the vehicle that resembles a seafaring tank from the shores of San Clemente Island to a Navy ship Thursday evening when they reported the vehicle was taking on water, said Lt. Cameron H. Edinburgh, a Marine Corps spokesman for Camp Pendleton.Two Marines who were rescued were injured, with one hospitalized in critical condition and the other in stable condition, a Marine Corps statement said.Military ships, small boats and helicopters on Friday were searching choppy seas for the missing amid moderate to strong winds....
    A fast-paced, action-packed trailer, “Ready Now,” released Thursday previews a re-imaging that is going on of the Marine Corps. And Camp Pendleton’s 1st Marine Expeditionary Force are the stars of the video. Marines scaling rock walls and dropping from helicopters into the ocean, reconnaissance Marines in light-weight boats skimming the water to board a vessel, humanitarian aid in a town leveled by an earthquake, the new F-35B fighter jets banking among the clouds – the video illustrates the Marines capabilities. “The Marine Corps retains the core value of who we are in being America’s 911 force,” said Staff Sgt. Royce Dorman, who oversaw the video’s production. Marine Corps Commandant Gen. David Berger released last year his plan for re-imagining...