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U.S. Marine Dead After Missile In California

U.S. Marine Dead After Missile In California

U.S. Marine Dead After Missile In California

AU.S. The sea died, two were injured, and eight were lost after a training exercise incident with an amphibious assault missile near San Clemente Island, California. The incident confirmed, “After an AAV mishap on the beaches of Southern California on July 30,” the Naval Force on July 31.

In the statement, “1 Marine died, 8 service members were lost and 2 people were injured… All of them were appointed to the 15th MEU. Search and rescue activities continue with the support of the Navy and Coast Guard. ”

Desert. Christopher Bronzi said on Twitter “We are very upset about this tragic event. As I continue to call, I ask you to keep our Sailors, Sailors and their families in your prayers. ”

Regarding the incident, Lucas News’s Lucas Tomlinson said: “15 Sailors and one sailor were in the car, 8 were rescued. 2 The seafarers were transferred to the local hospital, one in critical condition and the other in a fixed state.

“The accident occurred during a ‘routine training exercise’ between Los Angeles and San Diego, near San Clemente Island, California.

“At 5:45 p.m. local Thursday, the Marines in the amphibious assault vehicle reported taking on water. The 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit and Makin Island Amphibious Ready Group were taking part in the training exercise where the accident occurred. Search and rescue efforts have been underway for more than 10 hours off coast of Calif. to find missing 8 service members. 4 warships, 4 helicopters as well as Coast Guard cutter aiding search.”

7 Marines Were Killed in a 2013 Explosion

In March 2013, seven sailors were killed in an explosion during a training exercise at the Hawthorne Army Depot in Nevada.

Fox News said the incident occurred “with an early explosion in a mortar firing pipe”.

Seven sailors were killed, and then the eighth person was injured.

“Eight men were taken to a medical center with injuries such as piercing trauma and fracture. One was dead, five were in serious condition, one was fair, and the other was discharged. ”

The incident caused the Navy to stop using certain mortar shells until an investigation was carried out to determine their security.

At that time, an official at the facility, Russ Collier, said the explosion was “an accident.”

Taiwan News reported that two seafarers were killed in a training exercise in July this year. Sailors died after a rubber boat capsized in stormy waters. Seven sailors were thrown into the sea, and two eventually died. A military investigation said it linked deaths to bad conditions.

Brent Christensen, Director of the American Institute (AIT) in Taiwan, attended the Taiwan military funeral and honored Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen, as well as Gunner Sergeant Chen Chih-jung and Corporal Tsai Po-yu wotj.

 

 

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