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A Camp Pendleton explosion killed multiple Marines in the artillery impact area. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, there was controversy over a new Marines hat design some felt was too “girly” and French-looking. According toShow More Summary
(SAN DIEGO) — The job is one of the most dangerous in the Marine Corps. The four Marines killed Wednesday while clearing unexploded ordnance at California‘s Camp Pendleton were bomb removal technicians. It is one of the few positions in which the Marine Corps allows team members to quit at any time. Show More Summary
SAN DIEGO (AP) — The four bomb removal technicians killed at Camp Pendleton included two Marines from California, one from Louisiana and one from Missouri.
The four U.S. Marines killed when unexploded ordnance blew up after a training accident at what is known as the Zulu impact area of Camp Pendleton, Calif., were all experienced in their field, and three had more than a decade of service. The deadly accident occurred Wednesday dur …
SAN DIEGO (Reuters) - An explosion of live ordnance caused Wednesday's accidental deaths of four U.S. Marines while they were conducting routine maintenance in an artillery zone at Camp Pendleton in California, a base spokesman said on Thursday.
Post by Jeanne Sager. Heartbreaking news out of California's Camp Pendleton this morning. Four Marines have been killed in a mysterious mishap on the camp's range, right here on US soil. The deaths come just days after the nation paused...Show More Summary
Veritas Omnia Vincit and Pinto Nag send us links to the news that 4 Marines were killed in an accident involving unexploded ordinance at Camp Pendleton yesterday; Lt. Ryan Finnegan, a base spokesman, said the accident came during regularly scheduled maintenance of the Zulu impact area, where artillery, mortar and aerial bombs strike during training […]
SAN DIEGO (AP) — A routine sweep to make a range safe for future training exercises at California's Camp Pendleton led to the deaths of four Marines who were trying to clear unexploded ordnance, a Marine official said.
SAN DIEGO (Reuters) - Four U.S. Marines were killed on Wednesday in an accident while clearing a training area used as an artillery and bombing range at Camp Pendleton in Southern California, a military spokesman said.
It was an accident at Camp Pendleton. The accident happened at 11 a.m. during a range maintenance operation at the San Diego County coastal base. The Marines were clearing the range of unexploded ordnance, and it was not a live firing range, a Marine official said. No further details were released… The deaths come about […]
Four Marines were killed in a training accident today at Southern California's Camp Pendleton. Few other details have been released, but base officials said the accident occurred during "a range maintenance operation," according to the AP. A mortar explosion killed seven Marines training in Nevada only eight months ago. Read more...
The deaths occurred at the base near San Diego during what officials have described as a range maintenance operation.
SAN DIEGO (AP) — Four Marines were killed Wednesday in a training accident at Camp Pendleton in Southern California, base officials said.
Four U.S. Marines were killed in an accident at Camp Pendleton, in Southern California, Wednesday morning, according to a Marine Corps. spokesperson. Few details have been about the incident, which took place at 11 a.m. Wednesday morning, NBC San Diego reports. Show More Summary
Four U.S. Marines were killed Wednesday when unexploded ordnance blew up after a training accident at Camp Pendleton, Calif., military officials said. The deadly accident occurred during a "range maintenance operation," the Marine Corps said in a statement. It gave no details and …
Four U.S. Marines were killed aboard Camp Pendleton Wednesday morning during a range maintenance operation, base officials confirmed. According to Camp Pendleton officials, the deadly incident happened around 11 a.m. At this point, few details have been released about what actually occurred. Read more here.
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A wildfire which forced evacuations at the Camp Pendleton military base near San Diego has scorched some 2,500 acres but is being eased by calming winds, officials said late Sunday. The DeLuz Fire was 20 percent contained according to latest reports from the base's fire ser …