Stock Photo of SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) Ship Attack
SDV Pilot and Navigator swim the MK-V Limpet Assembly Module (LAM) from the aft SDV compartment to the desired location under the target ship.
Launch ASROC Mockup - Work Barge
Kennedy and Wood lift mockup target to the bow to drop over the side as McHugh released target buoy line from the recovery winch on board the Quick Find 36' work barge off of Point Loma, CA.
Stock Night Vision Photo of Navy Ship
Water level night vision photo view of a Navy Ship pierside as seen by a Navy SEAL combat swimmer conducting a ship attack mission.
SDV Pilot and Navigator place a MK-V Limpet Assembly Module (LAM) 100 lb. demolition charge under the hull of a target ship with the SDV bottomed up under the ship off to the side.
SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) Navigator leans out of the bow compartment of the SDV during a steep angle approach to attempt to tie off on the Sink Exercise (SINKEX) target ship at single point anchor at sea in the turbulent waters off the coast of Waikiki, HI. Approaching and tieing off to ships anchored at-sea is a difficult process due to the significant pitch and roll of the ship stern hull. This ship was to be sunk in support of a State of Hawaii reef program.
Navy SEAL at sunset in the Udaryi Desert firing range in Kuwait ready to fire an AT-4 rocket launcher at an Iraqi tank target during U.S. and Kuwait bilateral exercise.
Project Quickfind Navy SEAL sea lion trainer gives the bite plate grabber device to the California sea lion and he propels into the water to attach the grabber to a mock missile target at San Clemente Island, CA.
Frogman emplaces a MK-4 Limpet Mine onto a mock target.