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Marines


Assault Amphibian School
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Camp Pendleton, CA

ASSAULT AMPHIBIAN SCHOOL TRAINS MARINES IN Amphibious combat vehicle (acV) & ASSAULT AMPHIBIAN VEHICLE (AAV) OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE WHILE ASSISTING IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF FORMAL TRAINING AND LOGISTICAL EVALUATIONS OF NEW AAV SYSTEMS; AND WHEN DIRECTED, PROVIDE ADMINISTRATIVE AND LOGISTICAL SUPPORT.

Events & Operations

Colonel John L. Medeiros Jr., AAS Commanding Officer, expressed his appreciation for the example SgtMaj Budd set for all AAS Students and permanent personnel during his time as the School Sergeant Major.
During the ceremony, Sergeant Major Earl Budd, outgoing AAS Sergeant Major, turned the Sword of Office over to Sergeant Major Carlos A. Granados to symbolize the transfer of duty and responsibility from one Sergeant Major to the next.
"I’m excited to join this family of the AAS,” said SgtMaj Granados. “I am also grateful for the opportunity to continue serving alongside the Marines and Sailors of this community."
SgtMaj Earl Budd executes his final commands as the Assault Amphibian School Sergeant Major.
SgtMaj Earl Budd executes his final commands as the Assault Amphibian School Sergeant Major.
SgtMaj Earl Budd executes his final commands as the Assault Amphibian School Sergeant Major.
Assault Amphibian Vehicle (AAV) RB1 5-22, RB1 and RB2 instructors conducting land driving operations, TA Tango with P7 and R7 AAVs.
Assault Amphibian Vehicle (AAV) RB1 5-22, RB1 and RB2 instructors conducting land driving operations, TA Tango with P7 and R7 AAVs.
Assault Amphibian Vehicle (AAV) RB1 5-22, RB1 conducting driving operations/convoy, TA Tango with P7 and R7 AAVs.
Assault Amphibian Vehicle (AAV) RB1 5-22, RB1 and RB2 instructors conducting land driving operations, TA Tango with P7 and R7 AAVs.
Assault Amphibian Vehicle (AAV) RB1 5-22, RB1 and RB2 instructors conducting land driving operations, TA Tango with P7 and R7 AAVs.
Assault Amphibian Vehicle (AAV) RB1 5-22, RB1 and RB2 instructors conducting land driving operations, TA Tango with P7 and R7 AAVs.
Amphibious Combat Vehicle (ACV) Team 6 Instructors conduct operations during PLAMFEX aboard MCGACC.
Assault Amphibian School Instructors ignite smoke screens in simulation of a down tactical-vehicle to stage objectives identified in the training profile.
Students attached to the AAUL 2-22 scan their sectors of fire with the Crew Remote Operating Weapons System (CROWS) to establish Defensive counter measures.
Amphibious Combat Vehicle (ACV) Team 6 Instructors conduct operations during PLAMFEX aboard MCGACC.
Amphibious Combat Vehicle (ACV) Team 6 Instructors conducting operations during PLAMFEX aboard MCGACC.

ASSAULT AMPHIBIAN SCHOOL LEADERSHIP

Colonel J. L. Medeiros, Jr.
Commanding Officer

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LtCol T. C. Neder
Executive Officer

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SgtMaj C. A. Granados
Sergeant Major

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