View looking down at SEALs hanging below a CH-46 helicopter utilizing a "Maguire Rig" where their body harness is attached to the hanging line. SEALs point out scenery as they fly several hundred feet above. Top boot toes are photographer's shoes.
SEALs, wearing a body harness, are hooked into the "Maguire Rig" rope system and hanging below a Navy CH-46 helocopter simulating a quick extraction technique.
Navy SEALs conduct a static line parachute jump over San Diego Harbor, CA to train for landing in water. Notice the SEALs have their fins on and will prepare to quickly disengage from the parachute harness once in the water.
View looking up at Navy SEALs showing the exhilaration on their face as they fly through the air hanging below the CH-46 helicopter connected by their body harness to the McGuire Rig line. McGuire Rig is a tactic used to quickly extract a small group of personnel.
SH-60 helicopter rendezvous with the USS KAMEHAMEHA at sea and lowers two Navy SEALs toward the deck of the converted strategic missile submarine that has a Dry Deck Shelter (DDS) on deck with the DDS hangar outer door open and the track and cradle system rigged out.