LST Fire Fighting Station
A fire fighting station on board the Landing Ship Tank (LST) USS Cayuga painted bright red and easily visible in time of fire fighting emergency.
Underwater Demolition Team TWELVE (UDT-12) 2nd Platoon Frogmen pick up and carry a grid of MK-8 Hose Demolition in preparation for emplacing the demolition grid in the shallow waters of BUD/S Beach, San Clemente Island CA.
Underwater Demolition Team TWELVE (UDT-12) 2nd Platoon Frogmen lift and carry through the surf zone a grid of weaved MK-8 Hose demolition during predeployment training at BUD/S beach, San Clemente Island, CA
Frogmen from Underwater Demolition Team TWELVE (UDT-12) 2nd Platoon off load MK-8 Hose Demoltion crates from a military truck at San Clemente Island CA.
UDT-12 Frogmen prepare MK-8 Hose underwater demolition into a grid at the BUDS beach on San Clemente Island CA.
UDT-12 2nd Platoon frogmen carry the MK-8 Hose demolition grid through the surf zone to be emplaced near shore off BUD/S camp beach at San Clemente Island, CA.
Frogman lashes together MK-8 hose ends on one corner of the explosive grid on the BUD/S camp beach at San Clemente Island CA.
UDT-12 2nd Platoon frogmen layout Mark-8 Hose demolitions in a grid on a beach near the BUD/S camp on San Clemente Island, CA.
2nd platoon swimming the MK-8 hose demolition grid on the surface, using UDT lifejackets to help float the negative weight of the explosives, to the location where the grid will be implanted.
2nd Platoon Petty Officer uses electrical detonation to explode the MK-8 Hose explosive grid in the surf zone at Northwest Harbor, San Clemente Island, CA. Range flag and ASDV support LCU in the background.
Undwater view of a Frogman's deep fin strokes to surface swim his end of the MK-8 Hose demolition grid out through the turbid, cold and dark waters of the surf zone.
UDT-12 2nd Platoon frogmen put together a grid of MK-8 Hose demolition, connecting UDT lifejackets for floatation. The MK-8 hose grid is used for clearing coral heads in beach landing lanes.