Images: Sgt. Adam Bosley

The Camp Pendleton based Marine was killed after losing control of his motorcycle on State Route 125.

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Carla Wilson believes the training is saving lives. Unfortunately, her son wasn't one of them.
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"He just had that happy go lucky personality and always smiling and always upbeat," Wilson said. "He had so much more to do and I wanted so much more time with him. "
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She says her 29-year-old son, Sgt. Adam Bosley, lived his life to the fullest and there was one thing he loved to do. "He rode motorcycles pretty much all his life," Wilson said.
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On August 19, the Camp Pendleton based Marine was killed after losing control of his motorcycle on State Route 125.
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Carla says Adam had just bought the high-powered street bike a few days earlier and was getting lessons at Camp Pendleton's training course.
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"Probably a week after he was killed he was supposed to start the advanced training," Wilson said.
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The military began requiring service members to complete a motorcycle safety course which includes riding lessons, screening riders who display risky behaviors and organizing safe racing events.
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