Diver Escort - Remora
A Remora suckerfish escorts a scuba diver as he descends down the bouy line to the artificial reef below offshore of Panama City, Florida.
Cavern Diver Rises - Devils Den
A baby boomer scuba diver rises from deep within a crevice in the Devils Den sink hole looing for historic fossil remains in the sand stone rocks and crevices.
Senior Diver Enters Blue Springs Cavern
A baby boomer scuba diver enters and holds onto a rock on the bottom to overcome the freeshwater flow emanating out of the Blue Springs cave and out through the cavern opening into Merritts Mill Pond in Marianna, FL.
Stock Photo of Atlantis Submarine
A diver swims alongside one of the Atlantis submarines as it tours by the YO-257 shipwreck in 90 feet of water off the coast of Waikiki, Oahu.
Stock Photo of Navy SEAL Combat Swimmer
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.
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.
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.
A small Penisular Cooter turtle swims away from the approaching scuba diver.
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.
Australian middle age scuba diving buddy keeps an eye out for other divers as we round one of the jetty corners underwater in about 11 meters of 19 degree celcius water during a day dive off Queenscliff, Victoria, Australia.
Combat Swimmers using a Swimmer Area Navigation System (SANS) to conduct an underwater hydrographic reconnaissance using Draeger Lar V oxygen rebreather to remain clandestine.
UDT-12 dive pair, wearing an Emerson oxygen rebreather, conduct an underwater hydrographic reconnaissance (Recon) in the Philippines using fishing reel line to mark recon lanes. Yellow water proof paper on one diver's Emerson was used to record lane depth soundings.