Submarine Surfaced - Dual Dry Deck Shelters
USS Kamehameha, SSN-642, with dual Dry Deck Shelters is surfaced and control tower watch team keeps a look out while off the coast of Oahu.
Bow and sail view of USS KAMEHAMEHA, SSN 642, on the surface off the coast of Oahu, Hawaii.
Stock Photo of USS KAMEHAMEHA Submarine
Over and under view of the USS KAMEHAMEHA submarine transiting on the surface with the under way watch in the sail looking out for other surface maritime traffic outside of Pearl Harbor Hawaii.
Bow underwater view of the USS KAMEHAMEHA strategic missile submarine underway at two knots speed underwater at 30 feet of sea water off the coast of Oahu, Hawaii during submarine and Dry Deck Shelter SEAL operations.
Mid-water view of the USS KAMEHAMEHA sail and fairwater planes underway at two knots speed and underwater at 30 feet seawater off the coast of Oahu, Hawaii.
Civilian government service professional underwater photographer photographs the USS KAMEHAMEHA underway from the bow of the submarine.
Submarine Fairwater Planes
USS Kamehameha, SSN 642, control tower and fairwater planes underwater and underway with the Dry Deck Shelter in the background.
Stock Photo of Submarine Operations
Government Service underwater photographer holds onto the submarine sail ladder while the submarine is underway preparing to photograph SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) and Dry Deck Shelter (DDS) operations.
USS Kamehameha, SSN-684, with a Dry Deck Shelter (DDS) attached to the hull is transitting out of the Pearl Harbor channel passing Hickham Airforce Base on the left as crewman secure the deck for sea. An aircraft is flying overhead ready to land at the Honolulu airport.
Commanding Officer (CO) of the USS KAMEHAMEHA positioned at the control station in the submarine sail maintaining a vigilant look out for other traffic as the KAM transits into Pearl Harbor Hawaii.
Crew of the USS KAMEHAMEAH, SSN 642, and Navy SEALs of the Dry Deck Shelter (DDS) Platoon enjoy a short break in Submarine-DDS operations to hold a swim call off the coast of Hawaii. The DDS is mounted on the submarine deck and serves as a temporary towel rack for the crew.