May 28, 2024

Marines Halt All AAV Training in Wake of Fatal Accident

The Marine Corps will suspend all waterborne amphibious assault vehicle training until the cause of Thursday’s AAV accident is known. On July 30, 15 Marines and one sailor were participating in a training exercise off the coast of Southern California when the vehicle they were riding in, began to take on water and sank. One confirmed dead, eight others missing.

Gender Roles Explored at CSM

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The College of Southern Maryland will host speaker Sean Lare on Oct. 12 in Leonardtown, and Cause Theatre will present “Know Your Role” Oct. 12-14 in La Plata.

BHAT Panel Tackles Suicide Prevention


The Behavioral Health Action Team has scheduled a panel discussion on suicide prevention from 6 to 8 pm Thursday, Sept. 28, at the Daugherty-Palmer Commons at St. Mary’s College of Maryland.

Training Helps With Sensitivity to LGBTQIA Patients


On June 14, the St. Mary’s County Health Department, College of Southern Maryland, and the Behavioral Health Action Team, supported by MedStar St. Mary’s Hospital, will provide a free training on providing affirmative behavioral health care for people who identify as LGBTQIA.