SEAL combat swimmer pair dive using Draeger LAR-V oxygen rebreather and navigate underwater using an "attack board" that has a compass, time and depth guage.
SEAL combat swimmer pair conduct an underwater hydrographic reconnaissance in Northern Arabian Gulf waters using a Swimmer Area Navigation System (SANS) and wearing a Draeger LAR-V oxygen rebreather.
Over the shoulder view of a combat swimmer "attack board" showing the compass, watch and depth guage. On his back is an inert training MK-1 Limpet mine.
Combat Swimmers using a Swimmer Area Navigation System (SANS) to conduct an underwater hydrographic reconnaissance using Draeger Lar V oxygen rebreather to remain clandestine.
Combat swimmer wearing Drager Lar V oxygen rebreather has completed the "purge" process and is ready to enter the water.
Combat Swimmer removes straps holding a MK-1 Limpet Mine explosive device from the back of his dive buddy. Both are wearing Drager Lar V oxygen rebreathers.
Combat Swimmer places a MK-1 Training Limpet Mine on to the target location. Debris scatters around the SEAL as the limpet is emplaced. Areas inside harbors and under ships are some of the most murky and turbid waters.
SDV Pilot & Navigator have emplaced a Limpet Assembly Module (LAM) under a target ship with CO2 bladders fully inflated.
View looking up at a Navy SEAL combat swimmer wearing his low volumn face mask, Secumar Lifejacket and Draeger LAR-V oxygen rebreather that utilizes two flexible hoses for O2 intake and exhalation into the scrubber device.
A Navy SEAL combat swimmer pair take initial compass board bearing on the surface before entering the water in Pearl Harbor at Ford Island, Hawaii wearing the Draeger LAR-V oxygen rebreather, Secumar lifejacket and MK-1 Practice Limpet mines on their back.
A SEAL Team THREE (ST-3) combat swimmer pair conduct an underwater hydrographic reconnaissance of a Kuwait harbor area using a swimmer area navigation system (SANS) and wearing Draeger LAR-V closed circuity oxygen rebreather and Secumar lifejackets. Water temperature was so warm that the combat swimmers did not wear any thermal protection.
Navy SEAL combat swimmer removes a MK-1 Limpet explosive device from his dive partner's back plate that held the limpet mine. He prepares to place the limpet mine onto the selected target in turbid waters of Pearl Harbor, HI.
Water level night vision photo view of a Navy Ship pierside as seen by a Navy SEAL combat swimmer conducting a ship attack mission.
This stock photo depicts a Navy SEAL combat swimmer, diving a oxygen rebreather, taking a quick sneak and peak above the waterline in line with his navigation compass board to ensure he is on course to the target.
This stock photo depicts a Navy SEAL combat swimmer, diving a closed circuit oxygen rebreather, carrying an M4 carbine and using a compass board as he takes a brief surface excursion to confirm he is on course to the target.
Stock Photo of Navy SEAL Underwater Hydrographic Reconnaissance
A Navy SEAL combat swimmer pair wearing Draeger LAR-V oxygen rebreather conduct an underwater hydrographic reconnaissance in the Northern Arabian Gulf warm waters using the Swimmer Area Navigation System (SANS).
Navy SEAL Combat Swimmer
A Navy SEAL combat swimmer diving a oxygen rebreather and using a compass board for navigation to the target. Combat swimmer is carrying an M4 carbine and compass board.
Stock Photo of Navy SEALs Land To Water Transition
Navy SEALs dive pair cross the beach and transition from land to water carrying their weapons at the ready and wearing Draeger LAR-V oxygen rebreathers, Secumar lifejackets with full camoflauge clothing and face mesh.
Stock Photo of Navy SEAL Combat Swimmer
This stock photo depicts a Navy SEAL combat swimmer, diving a oxygen rebreather and a navigation compass board to ensure he is on course to the target. He is carrying a M4 carbine at the ready.
This stock photo depicts a Navy SEAL combat swimmer, diving an oxygen rebreather, surfacing with his M4 carbine to conduct a sneak and peak of the target.
Stock Photo of Navy SEAL Combat Swimmers
A pair of Navy SEAL combat swimmers navigate through the mistly looking turbid waters on course to their target using an compass board and wearing Draeger LAR-V oxygen rebreathers.
Stock Photo of Navy SEALs Crossing The Beach
Two Navy SEALs transition from under the water and begin crossing the beach wearing Draeger LAR-V oxygen rebreathers, lifejackets and weapons at the ready as they near the a guard tower on the shore.
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