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.
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.
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.
Close up of MK-8 Hose demolition device end cap stuffed with coiled detonation cord as a primer to connect to the MK-8 hose grid detonation cord trunk line which ensures a simultaneous detonation of the entire explosive field.
Members of Underwater Demolition Team TWELVE (UDT-12) Second Platoon (2nd PLT) attend an open air classroom demolition training class instructed by a seasoned UDT-12 explosives instructor on the bluff of San Clemente Island overlooking the waves breaking around Bird Shit Rock.
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.