Personal Information, Banking Records of Nearly 40,000 Marines, Sailors Involved in Data Breach
U.S. Marine Corps officials are investigating after the personal information of approximately 39,000 personnel including Marines, sailors and civilians working within the Department of Defense was involved in a data breach discovered May 12. The Marine Corps said the breach occurred when an unencrypted email was sent from within Camp Pendleton-based Combat Logistics Regiment 17, part of the 1st Marine…
Military Sex Assault Reports Rise in Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps Even as Army Numbers Fall
Overall, there were more than 8,942 reports of sexual assaults involving service members during the 2022 fiscal year, a slight increase over the 8,866 the year before.
Another Training Accident Prompts More Changes to Marine Corps Amphibious Combat Vehicle Operations
Just 22 days after a full pause on waterborne Amphibious Combat Vehicle (ACV) operations was lifted by the Marine Corps, limited restrictions on their operations have been reinstated following another training mishap at Camp Pendleton Thursday evening.
Marine Combat Vehicles Disabled in High Surf Belong to Same Unit as 2020 Fatal Accident
Two Marine Corps Amphibious Combat Vehicles (ACV) that became disabled amid high surf that hit San Diego county’s coastline last week belong to the same unit that homed the amphibious assault vehicle (AAV) involved in a tragic training mishap nearly two years prior.
Two Marine Corps Combat Vehicles Disabled Following Training Mishap at Camp Pendleton
Two Marine Corps Amphibious Combat Vehicles (ACV) fell victim to high surf conditions that hit San Diego county’s coastline Tuesday.
US Marine Corps Orders 1-Day Pause for Aircraft After Deadly, Costly Crashes
The stand down was ordered following six “Class-A mishaps” that have taken place this year “resulting in nine fatalities and the destruction of four aircraft.”