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Sep 20, 2023
Camp Pendleton, CA - A Marine Corps Amphibious Combat Vehicle operator with the Program Executive Officer Land Systems’ Program Manager for Advanced Amphibious Assault New Equipment Training Team reviews the Assault Amphibian Community Website while inspecting a vehicle at Camp Pendleton, California, Sept. 14, 2023. To provide an easily accessible, centralized knowledge hub for the Corps’ amphibious vehicle community, PEO Land Systems’ PM AAA and Marine Corps Systems Command’s Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity recently partnered to launch the game-changing new site. (Marine Corps photo by Mark Hoots.)


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