SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) Platoon Chief supervises the loading of MK-6 Practice Limpet Assembly Module (PLAM) into the aft compartment of the MK-8 Mod-0 SDV while still attached to the launching crane.
SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) combat swimmer places a safe and arming combined firing timing device into the end cap of a MK-5 Limpet Assembly Module (LAM) in preparation for demolition of the maritime facility mock-up leg.
SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV), wet submersible, tactician places a four module Limpet Assembly Module (LAM) onto a maritime facility leg as part of a training exercise off Long Beach, CA.
A Navy SEAL Diving Supervisor and Command Master Chief keeps an alert lookout during an approach to the oil rig facility where the SEAL Delivery Vehcile (SDV) platoon will conduct training.
A group of Navy SEALs pose with their catch of White Sea Bass that were inadvertently acquired following the detonation of a 100 lb. MK-5 Limpet Assembly Module explosive in 40 feet of water just off Graduation Beach on San Clemente Island
A SEAL Delivery Vehicle dive pair use cargo straps to load a MK-5 Limpet Assembly Module (LAM) with a 20 pound haversack primer onto a mock-up target in the water off of San Clemente Island, CA.
Navy SEAL Dive Supervisor takes a break from military diving to help clean white sea bass that were inadvertantly obtained following an underwater explosive training event at San Clemente Island, CA.
SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) frogmen practice tying off the SDV to the legs and cross members of a Maritime Facility.
A SEAL Delivery Vehicle wet submersible is tied off on the maritime facility diagnol stanchion. SDV frogmen, wearing open circuit scuba, swim a practice explosive trunk line around the legs of the facility to connect practice demolition devices placed on 3 of the 4 main legs.
The Command Master Chief, a SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) Technician and a SDV pilot all discuss innovative ways to load a greater amount of underwater explosive devices onto the SDV, a wet submersible.