U.S. Navy Ship Salvage Manual Vol. 4 [Deep Ocean]

$95.00

68 pages, 3-ring binder.

Salvage of objects from the seafloor has been a major technical challenge for many years. The U.S. Navy has acquired extensive experience through cumulative research and development, both at naval and commercial laboratories. Long days at sea combining both new technology and seamanship have developed the world’s best deep ocean search and recovery capability. This manual addresses principles and methods of deep ocean recovery. It is intended to serve as a guide for shipboard and deep ocean recovery personnel.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION
SCOPE
HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
TECHNOLOGICAL EVOLUTION
PHILOSOPHY
THE ROLE OF THE SUPERVISOR OF SALVAGE

Chapter 2 UNDERWATER SEARCH AND RECOVERY TECHNIQUES
UNDERWATER SEARCH
TRANSITION BETWEEN SEARCH AND RECOVERY OPERATIONS
UNDERWATER RECOVERY

Chapter 3 UNDERWATER SEARCH AND RECOVERY OPERATIONAL CONSIDERATIONS
PLANNING
MOBILIZATION
AT-SEA OPERATIONS
DEMOBILIZATION

Chapter 4 LOGISTICS AND REPORTING
LOGISTICS
REPORTS, DOCUMENTATION, AND RECORDS

Appendix A – DOCUMENTATION MATRIX
Appendix B – DEEP OCEAN OPERATIONS PLANNING GUIDE
GLOSSARY
INDEX

Additional information

Weight 2.19 lbs
Dimensions 12 x 11 x 2 in