Jan 25, 2016 4:05 PM
An investigation into the 2015 training death of a Navy SEAL from Concord has determined that his death may have been caused by a series of missteps.
A report says that Petty Officer 1st Class William "Blake" Marston became unconscious after exiting the plane, making it impossible to open his parachute.
But he shouldn't have been on the plane in the first place.
According to the Orlando Sentinel, there was also discrepancy over whether Marston was up to date with a required certification.
His certification expired in March 2014.
The lapsed certification should have kept him from jumping that day, the investigation determined.
Marston - a member of SEAL Team 6 - died on Jan. 10, 2015
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