The US Marine Corps has identified the Marine Raider killed during training at Camp Pendleton over the weekend.
Staff Sergeant Joshua Braica was mortally wounded in a Polaris MRZR ATV accident at Camp Pendleton on Saturday, leading to an aeromedevac to a local hospital, where he died the following day.
The Polaris MRZR is a lightweight ATV that is capable of hauling several Marines and their equipment across rough terrain.
Braica was 29 at the time of his death, and served as a critical skills operator with the 1st Marine Raider Battalion. He had served in the Marines for eight years.
According to Fox News, Braica leaves behind a wife and son.
The accident is under investigation, and two other Marines sustained minor injuries during the incident.
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