Navy SEAL combat swimmers transition from shore back into the water following their mission wearing LAR-V closed circuit oxygen underwater breathing apparatus (UBA).
Combat Swimmer dive pair transition from underwater to above water to cross the beach wearing their LAR-V UBA. Ready and alert they cross the beach at Ford Island, Pearl Harbor HI where this WWII guard tower no longer exists.
Navy SEAL transitions from underwater to the surface and across the beach during a training infilitration exercise off of Ford Island, Pearl Harbor Hawaii.
Navy SEAL combat swimmer pair transition from underwater to shore and cross the beach, weapons ready, wearing Draeger LAR-V pure oxygen rebreathers and fins in hand at Ford Island, Pearl Harbor, HI.
A SEAL Delivery Vehicel (SDV) Navy SEAL, wearing a wetsuit and camoflauge top, stands guard with his MP5 Navy model submachinegun during a cross the beach operation while his squad caches their closed circuit diving gear. A small pin hole flash unit was reqired to expose the image at night resulting in the sharp contrast.
A Navy SEa Air Land (SEAL) exits the water of San Diego Bay, Coronado, CA ready and alert for action while wearing full combat gear, camoflauge uniform, Draeger LAR V oxygen rebreather and a Hechler and Koch MP5 submachinegun.
A Navy SEAL, transitioning from underwater to land, provides cover from the water while his team mates cross the beach and reconnoiter the immediate beach area for enemy threat in a training exercise at Ford Island, Oahu, Hawaii.
Close up portrait of a Navy SEAL carrying a MP5 submachine gun, Draeger LAR-V, oxygen rebreather with wrist compass and wearing jungle green camoflauge uniform and floppy hat uniform.
A Navy SEa Air Land (SEAL) exits the water of San Diego Bay, Cornado, CA ready and alert for action if required while wearing full combat gear, camoflauge uniform, Draeger LAR V oxygen rebreather and a Hechler and Koch MP5 submachinegun.
A squad of Navy SEALs practice boat insertion tactics from a Medium SEAL Support Craft (MSSC) landing ashore with the warriors filing off the bow of the craft.
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