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photo: Oct. 15, 2001  //  Divers with Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit ONE conduct an external survey of Ehime Maru at the shallow water recovery site off the coast of Honolulu. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Petty Officer Andrew McKaskle.)
Oct. 15, 2001  //  Divers with Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit ONE conduct an external survey of Ehime Maru at the shallow water recovery site off the coast of Honolulu. (U.S. Navy photo by Chief Petty Officer Andrew McKaskle.)
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photo: Oct. 15, 2001 //  A 450-10 Barge owned by Crowley Marine is anchored of the coast of Honolulu.
Oct. 15, 2001 //  A 450-10 Barge owned by Crowley Marine is anchored of the coast of Honolulu and is being used as a diving platform for the Ehime Maru Recovery Project. (U.S. Navy photo.) Click here for Hi-Rez JPG.
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photo: Oct. 14, 2001  //  Ehime Maru is lifted by the Rockwater 2 to a shallow water recovery site off the coast of Honolulu.
Oct. 14, 2001  //  Ehime Maru is lifted by the Rockwater 2 to a shallow water recovery site off the coast of Honolulu. (U.S. Navy photo.)
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photo: Oct. 14, 2001 //  The Quest electric work-class Remotely Operated Vehicle observes Ehime Maru during the lift by the Rockwater 2 to a shallow water recovery site off the coast of Honolulu.
Oct. 14, 2001 //  The Quest electric work-class Remotely Operated Vehicle observes Ehime Maru during the lift by the Rockwater 2 to a shallow water recovery site off the coast of Honolulu. (U.S. Navy photo.)
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photo: Oct. 14, 2001  //  Ehime Maru is lifted by the Rockwater 2 to a shallow water recovery site off the coast of Honolulu.
Oct. 14, 2001  //  Ehime Maru is lifted by the Rockwater 2 to a shallow water recovery site off the coast of Honolulu. Shown here are the slings connecting the reinforced lifting plates to the lower lifting rig suspended from the Rockwater 2. (U.S. Navy photo.)
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