BLUFFollowing an Osprey crash during an exercise in Australia, a senior officer now leads the U.S. Marine Corps safety centre; units are reviewing safety procedures.
- The review targets deviations from safety protocols in daily practices.
- Included: weapons handling, vehicle and aircraft maintenance.
- Recent incidents include an F/A-18D Hornet crash in California and a live-fire training fatality.
- An admiral leads the new US Naval Safety Command.