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Instead, lower ranks are often penalized in a shameful pass-the-blame game, this op-ed author says.Instead, lower ranks are often penalized in a shameful pass-the-blame game, this op-ed author says.

Why aren’t military generals being held accountable for preventable training deaths?

Marine Corps and Navy officials told House lawmakers on Monday that they are looking at ways to create a culture of safety following the sinking of an assault amphibious vehicle that killed nine service members last year.Marine Corps and Navy officials told House lawmakers on Monday that they are looking at ways to create a culture of safety following the sinking of an assault amphibious vehicle that killed nine service members last year.

Marine, Navy officials look to improve culture of safety in the wake of last year's deadly AAV accident - U.S. - Stripes

This post has been updated to include a statement from the U.S. Navy. The Marine Corps recently suspended a two-star general as it continues an investigation into last year’s fatal Amphibious Assault Vehicle accident that left eight Marines and one sailor dead. During a hearing in front of the House Armed Services readiness subcommittee today, Marine […]

UPDATED: Marine Corps Suspends General Over Deadly AAV Accident, Navy Launches Own Investigation - USNI News

Top Marines tell Congress that after deadly AAV accident and years in Middle East, the Corps and its vehicles are unprepared for waterborne operations.Top Marines tell Congress that after deadly AAV accident and years in Middle East, the Corps and its vehicles are unprepared for waterborne operations.

US Marines May Have Lost Their ‘Amphibious Edge,’ Leaders Say - Defense One

Maj. Gen. Robert Castellvi has been temporarily removed from his duties pending an ongoing investigation.Maj. Gen. Robert Castellvi has been temporarily removed from his duties pending an ongoing investigation.

Commandant Suspends Marine 2-Star Who Went Unpunished After AAV Disaster | Military.com

Marine Corps Maj. Gen. Robert Castellvi has been suspended from his duties as Marine Corps Inspector General.'He’s been suspended from his duties'

Marine Inspector General Gen. Castellvi suspended over AAV mishap role