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photo: Undergoing specialized training, Gunner's Mate Petty Officer First Class (SW/DV) Josh Dumke stands-by at the Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit ONE (MDSU-1) compound in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
Aug. 8, 2001  //  Undergoing specialized training, Gunner's Mate Petty Officer First Class (SW/DV) Josh Dumke stands-by at the Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit ONE (MDSU-1) compound in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Dumke is part of the Ehime Maru recovery operation team (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Joshua L. Pritekel). Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
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photo: Undergoing specialized training, U. S. Navy divers from Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit ONE (MDSU-1) and U.S. Navy-trained Japanese divers from Ship Repair Facility, Yokosuka, Japan, conduct pier-side dry-suit indoctrination at the MDSU compound in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
Aug. 8, 2001  //  Undergoing specialized training, U. S. Navy divers from Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit ONE (MDSU-1) and U.S. Navy-trained Japanese divers from Ship Repair Facility, Yokosuka, Japan, conduct pier-side dry-suit indoctrination at the MDSU compound in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The Viking model dry-suits will protect divers from cold water and hazardous materials during dives inside the Ehime Maru (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Petty Officer (AW) Charles M. Abelll). Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
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photo: Aug. 4, 2001  //  A contracted steel worker welds a giant power generator to the deck of Rockwater 2, a multi-purpose diving support vessel built in 1984 for diving, construction and intervention work. The ship will lift the Japanese fishing training vessel Ehime Maru from its 2,000-foot depth and transport it closer to shore for access by Navy and Japanese divers. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Joshua L. Pritekel).
Aug. 4, 2001  //  A contracted steel worker welds a giant power generator to the deck of Rockwater 2, a multi-purpose diving support vessel built in 1984 for diving, construction and intervention work. The ship will lift the Japanese fishing training vessel Ehime Maru from its 2,000-foot depth and transport it closer to shore for access by Navy and Japanese divers. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Joshua L. Pritekel). Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
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photo: Aug. 2, 2001  //  The bridge of the Rockwater 2 as seen from the flight deck located just over the bow of the ship.  Rockwater 2, a multi-purpose diving support vessel built in 1984 for diving, construction and intervention work, will lift Ehime Maru from its 2,000-foot depth and transport it closer to shore for access by Navy and Japanese divers.  (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Joshua L. Pritekel).
Aug. 2, 2001  //  The bridge of the Rockwater 2 as seen from the flight deck located just over the bow of the ship. Rockwater 2, a multi-purpose diving support vessel built in 1984 for diving, construction and intervention work, will lift Ehime Maru from its 2,000-foot depth and transport it closer to shore for access by Navy and Japanese divers.  (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 3rd Class Joshua L. Pritekel.) Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
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photo: Aug. 1, 2001  //  Rockwater 2 arrived at Honolulu Harbor from the Phillipines today. It is a multi-purpose diving support vessel built in 1984 for diving, construction and intervention work. The ship will lift the Japanese fishing training vessel Ehime Maru from its 2,000-foot depth and transport it closer to shore for easier access by Navy divers. (Official U.S. Navy photo.) Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
Aug. 1, 2001  //  Rockwater 2 arrived at Honolulu Harbor from the Phillipines today. It is a multi-purpose diving support vessel built in 1984 for diving, construction and intervention work. The ship will lift the Japanese fishing training vessel Ehime Maru from its 2,000-foot depth and transport it closer to shore for easier access by Navy divers. (Official U.S. Navy photo.) Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
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