26 Tons

From the Halls of Montezuma to the shores of Tripoli. Their amphibious nature allows Marines to take any shore they set their sights on. But, for Marines to get from the ship to shore, they need transport. That’s where the amphibious assault Marines come in. They take a vehicle the size and weight of a tank; fill it with weapons, ammunition and Marines; drop it in the water and head to shore. How’s that for amphibious? Sgt. Garrett Baresel tells you why he love his job.


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