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photo: July 16, 2001 //  The Smit Oeanagraphic Cable Ship Ocean Hercules began removing the center mast of Ehime Maru today. The center mast must be removed because it would obstruct the spreader assembly or lower frame that will be placed immediately above Ehime Maru prior to lifting the ship. (Official U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Keith Devinney.) Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
July 16, 2001 //  The Smit Oeanagraphic Cable Ship Ocean Hercules began removing the center mast of Ehime Maru today. The center mast must be removed because it would obstruct the spreader assembly or lower frame that will be placed immediately above Ehime Maru prior to lifting the ship. (Official U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Keith Devinney.) Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.

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photo: July 16, 2001 //  The Smit Oeanagraphic Cable Ship Ocean Hercules floats directly over Ehime Maru, which lies in 2,000 feet of water about 9 miles south of Diamond Head, Hawaii. Ocean Hercules is preparing Ehime Maru so it can be lifted and carried, while still submerged, to shallow water so divers can attempt to recover missing crewmembers and their personal effects. (Official U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 1st Class (AW/SW) Gregory Messier.) Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
July 16, 2001 //  The Smit Oeanagraphic Cable Ship Ocean Hercules floats directly over Ehime Maru, which lies in 2,000 feet of water about 9 miles south of Diamond Head, Hawaii. Ocean Hercules is preparing Ehime Maru so it can be lifted and carried, while still submerged, to shallow water so divers can attempt to recover missing crewmembers and their personal effects. (Official U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 1st Class (AW/SW) Gregory Messier.) Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
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photo: July 1, 2001 //  Rear Adm. William Klemm (right) explains why roughly 40 Navy officials visited Ehime Maru's sister ship, Kagawa Maru, at Aloha Tower Marketplace. The two days of tours, July 1 and 2, for divers and technical experts will increase the diver's familiarity with Ehime Maru's interior and maximize the recovery operation's success. (Official U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Sean Gano.) Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
July 1, 2001 //  Rear Adm. William Klemm (right) explains why roughly 40 Navy officials visited Ehime Maru's sister ship, Kagawa Maru, at Aloha Tower Marketplace. The two days of tours, July 1 and 2, for divers and technical experts will increase the diver's familiarity with Ehime Maru's interior and maximize the recovery operation's success. (Official U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 1st Class Sean Gano.) Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
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photo: Feb. 27, 2001  //  A crew member from the Deep Submergence Unit Detachment describes Scorpio II operations to members of the Japanese and U.S. media onboard the Motor Vessel C-Commando as it got underway from Pearl Harbor today. (U.S. Navy photo by Lt. Cmdr. Flex Plexico.) Click on image to enlarge. Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
Feb. 27, 2001  //  A crew member from the Deep Submergence Unit Detachment describes Scorpio II operations to members of the Japanese and U.S. media onboard the Motor Vessel C-Commando as it got underway from Pearl Harbor today. (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  //  Members of the Deep Submergence Unit Detachment lower Scorpio II into waters off the coast of Hawaii. Video footage taken by Scorpio II will augment video gathered by another remotely operated vehicle, Deep Drone. (U.S. Navy photo by Lt. Cmdr. Flex Plexico.) Click on image to enlarge. Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
Feb. 27, 2001  //  Members of the Deep Submergence Unit Detachment lower Scorpio II into waters off the coast of Hawaii. Video footage taken by Scorpio II will augment video gathered by another remotely operated vehicle, Deep Drone. (U.S. Navy photo by Lt. Cmdr. Flex Plexico.) Click on image to enlarge. Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
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