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Assault Amphibian School

 

Assault Amphibian School

Training Command

Camp Pendleton, California
Tracks from Team 6 roll back after a training event aboard Del Mar, Camp Pendleton.
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Tracks from Team 6 roll back after a training event aboard Del Mar, Camp Pendleton.
Students get the hands on training necessary to prepare them for full time work in the Fleet Marine Forces.
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Students get the hands on training necessary to prepare them for full time work in the Fleet Marine Forces.
Tracks are staged on the beach before students commence basic water training. Under the guidance and supervision of the instructors, the students will drive the AAVs into the water at Camp Pendleton.
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Tracks are staged on the beach before students commence basic water training. Under the guidance and supervision of the instructors, the students will drive the AAVs into the water at Camp Pendleton.
Students get classroom instruction from active duty operators and repairmen that have been certified as instructors.
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Students get classroom instruction from active duty operators and repairmen that have been certified as instructors.
Students have the opportunity, outside of classroom instruction, to get their hands on AA Vehicles that are used and maintained in day to day training and use.
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Students have the opportunity, outside of classroom instruction, to get their hands on AA Vehicles that are used and maintained in day to day training and use.
Mission Statement

To train, educate, and develop Assault Amphibian unit leaders, crewmen, and maintainers for service with the operating forces.  Serve as the proponent for continuous, progressive, career-long training for the Assault Amphibian Community.


Colonel D. L. Yaroslaski
Commanding Officer, Assault Amphibian Schools Battalion
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Sergeant Major Charles D. Callahan
Sergeant Major, Assault Amphibian School
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