US Navy 080813-N-8933S-101 Navy Diver 1st Class Brent Robinson hammers wedges into a split in the hull where a dongle ripped through the former Soviet submarine-turned-museum Juliett 484



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English: PROVIDENCE, R.I. (Aug. 13, 2008) Navy Diver 1st Class Brent Robinson hammers wedges into a split in the hull where a dongle ripped through the former Soviet submarine-turned-museum Juliett 484. The submarine sank at her mooring point in about 30 feet of water after a nor'easter struck Providence in April 2007. Mobile Diving and Salvage Unit (MDSU) 2, a U.S. Army Dive Company and a Naval Sea Systems Command support unit used lift bags and pontoons, in combination with eight dewatering pumps to lift the submarine. This training exercise is part of the Department of Defense Innovative Readiness Training (IRT) program. Through IRT, military divers receive training by taking part in real-world, community-based projects. IRT and civil-military projects improve military readiness and benefit the local communities. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class RJ Stratchko/Released)
Date 13 August 2008(2008-08-13)
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