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    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- One Marine was killed and eight service members are missing following what officials described as a mishap with an Assault Amphibious Vehicle off the coast of San Clemente Island.A tweet from the I Marine Expeditionary Force on Friday morning said two others were injured in the incident. 1 Marine has died, 8 service members remain missing and 2 were injured after an AAV mishap July 30 off the coast of Southern California. All are assigned to the 15th MEU. Search and rescue efforts are still underway with support from the Navy and Coast Guard.— I MEF (@1stMEF) July 31, 2020According to the MEF, the accident happened on Thursday at about 5:45 p.m. when Marines in the...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- One Marine was killed and eight service members are missing following what officials described as a mishap with an Assault Amphibious Vehicle off the coast of San Clemente Island.A tweet from the I Marine Expeditionary Force on Friday morning said two others were injured in the incident. 1 Marine has died, 8 service members remain missing and 2 were injured after an AAV mishap July 30 off the coast of Southern California. All are assigned to the 15th MEU. Search and rescue efforts are still underway with support from the Navy and Coast Guard.— I MEF (@1stMEF) July 31, 2020According to the MEF, the accident happened on Thursday at about 5:45 p.m. when Marines in the...
    One US Marine was killed, two were injured and eight remain missing in an incident involving an amphibious assault vehicle off the coast of Southern California, officials said Friday. Search and rescue efforts are underway after the incident occurred Thursday, according to the I Marine Expeditionary Force. All the Marines are assigned to the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit. The Navy and the Coast Guard are taking part in the search. The I Marine Expeditionary Force did not immediately respond to a message seeking comment.
    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...