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photo: Feb. 27, 2001  //  Scorpio II is lowered into waters off the coast of Hawaii, with USS Salvor (ARS 52) in the background. The remotely operated vehicle Scorpio II was flown in from the Navy's Deep Submergence Unit in Coronado, Calif. and has conducted more than 93 hours of detailed survey operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Lt. Cmdr. Flex Plexico.) Click on image to enlarge. Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
Feb. 27, 2001  //  Scorpio II is lowered into waters off the coast of Hawaii, with USS Salvor (ARS 52) in the background. The remotely operated vehicle Scorpio II was flown in from the Navy's Deep Submergence Unit in Coronado, Calif. and has conducted more than 93 hours of detailed survey operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Lt. Cmdr. Flex Plexico.) Click on image to enlarge. Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
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photo: Feb. 27, 2001  //  Scorpio II is lowered into the water, with USS Salvor (ARS 52) in the background. Salvor remains on station about nine miles south of Waikiki after deploying Feb. 17 and continues to conduct operations with the remotely operated vehicle Deep Drone, which has conducted more than 70 hours of survey operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Lt. Cmdr. Flex Plexico.) Click on image to enlarge. Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
Feb. 27, 2001  //  Scorpio II is lowered into the water, with USS Salvor (ARS 52) in the background. Salvor remains on station about nine miles south of Waikiki after deploying Feb. 17 and continues to conduct operations with the remotely operated vehicle Deep Drone, which has conducted more than 70 hours of survey operations. (U.S. Navy photo by Lt. Cmdr. Flex Plexico.) Click on image to enlarge. Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
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photo: Feb. 18, 200  //  The remotely operated vehicle (ROV) Scorpio II is hoisted out of the water late Feb. 17 after locating Ehime Maru in 2,003 feet of water the night before. The ROV is operated by a team from the Underwater Vehicles Detachment of the Deep Submergence Unit stationed on Naval Air Station North Island, Coronado, Calif. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 1st (AW/SW) Class Gregory Messier.) Click on image to enlarge. Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
Feb. 18, 200  //  The remotely operated vehicle (ROV) Scorpio II is hoisted out of the water late Feb. 17 after locating Ehime Maru in 2,003 feet of water the night before. The ROV is operated by a team from the Underwater Vehicles Detachment of the Deep Submergence Unit stationed on Naval Air Station North Island, Coronado, Calif. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 1st (AW/SW) Class Gregory Messier.) Click on image to enlarge. Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
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photo: Feb. 17, 2001  //  An image captured from video shot by cameras mounted on the remotely operated vehicle Scorpio II as it surveyed Ehime Maru. Scorpio II found Ehime Maru late Friday night in 2,003 feet of water. (U.S. Navy photo.) Click on image to enlarge. Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
Feb. 17, 2001  //  An image captured from video shot by cameras mounted on the remotely operated vehicle Scorpio II as it surveyed Ehime Maru. Scorpio II found Ehime Maru late Friday night in 2,003 feet of water. (U.S. Navy photo.) Click on image to enlarge. Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
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photo: Feb. 17, 2001  //  An image captured from video shot by cameras mounted on the remotely operated vehicle Scorpio II as it surveyed Ehime Maru. Scorpio II found Ehime Maru late Friday night in 2,003 feet of water. (U.S. Navy photo.) Click on image to enlarge. Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
Feb. 17, 2001  //  An image captured from video shot by cameras mounted on the remotely operated vehicle Scorpio II as it surveyed Ehime Maru. Scorpio II found Ehime Maru late Friday night in 2,003 feet of water. (U.S. Navy photo.) Click on image to enlarge. Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
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