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For the Air Force, the rate of Class A accidents has actually declined in recent years. But for the Navy and Marines, Class A mishaps are going up. Marine aircraft suffered five Class A mishaps in the fiscal year, eight each in and and 10 in The fiscal year was only halfway over as of April , and yet the Corps had already racked up three Class A air accidents. Navy aircraft were involved in 15 Class A mishaps in , nine in , seven in , 10 in and six in the first half of the fiscal year. When it comes the minor accidents, the statistics are even grimmer — and not just in the maritime branches.

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The Air Force recorded Class C mishaps in , a percent increase over their low. The Marines suffered 40 Class C accidents in and a staggering 69 in Likewise, a spate of Class C incidents drove up the overall Navy accident rate no less than 82 percent over the last five years. Perhaps not coincidentally, in Navy warships were involved in two fatal collisions that killed 17 sailors, combined.

Officials blamed long, frequent deployments and budget cuts. The cuts forced the armed services to eliminate maintainer billets, curtail training and cancel depot maintenance. A year later in , the spread of Islamic State across Syria and Iraq led to an increase in operational tempo for U. The Marines were perhaps the most stressed.