Naval diving


Naval diving

Naval diving is a branch of professional diving carried out by world navies.
Naval divers' activities include these:-
* boat and ship inspection, cleaning and maintenance
* demolition of ship wreck and unexploded ordnance
* ship and submarine salvage
* underwater mine clearance
* investigating unidentified submerged diversSee also Diving activities and Frogman

External links

*http://www.shipsdiver.org.uk

http://www.navydiver.org/history/default.html


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