Tag Archives: Undersea Rescue Command

U.S. Navy Sends Deep-Dive Unmanned Recovery Vehicle to Search for Argentine Sub

U.S. Navy Sends Deep-Dive Unmanned Recovery Vehicle to Search for Argentine Sub

The U.S. Navy’s Cable operated Unmanned Recovery Vehicle (CURV), in this 2015 photo, is a 6,400-pound Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) that is designed to meet the U.S. Navy’s deep ocean salvage requirements down to a maximum depth of 20,000 feet of seawater. US Navy Photo

The U.S. Navy is providing deep-dive search and recovery assistance to the Argentine Armada as the international effort continues scanning the depths for remains of its missing submarine.

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U.S. Navy Continues to Assist in Search for Missing Argentine Sub

U.S. Navy Continues to Assist in Search for Missing Argentine Sub

A reporter films pilots from Patrol Squadron (VP) 10, Red Lancers, on a P-8A Poseidon aircraft in Argentina as part of a detachment from Commander, Patrol and Reconnaissance Wing 11 assisting the search for a missing Argentine submarine.
US Navy Photo

The U.S. Navy is continuing to provide assistance to the Argentine Armada’s now dire search for its missing submarine as grief counselors were brought in to meet with family members of the missing crew of ARA San Juan.

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U.S. Navy Unmanned Undersea Teams Now Underway as Part of Argentine Submarine Search

U.S. Navy Unmanned Undersea Teams Now Underway as Part of Argentine Submarine Search

Norwegian construction support vessel Skandi Patagonia gets underway with Argentine officials and Undersea Rescue Command (URC) Sailors and equipment heading for the search area of the submarine ARA San Juan. US Navy Photo

The U.S. Navy’s undersea search and rescue teams left port on Wednesday to assist the ongoing international effort searching for a missing Argentine Navy submarine.

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U.S. Undersea Rescue Command Tapped to Assist Argentine Submarine Rescue Efforts

U.S. Undersea Rescue Command Tapped to Assist Argentine Submarine Rescue Efforts

TALCAUHANO, Chile (Oct. 12, 2017) Sailors assigned to Undersea Rescue Command practice deploying the submarine rescue chamber during CHILEMAR VII. CHILEMAR is a bilateral exercise designed to demonstrate interoperability between the U.S. submarine rescue system and Chilean submarines. (U.S. Navy photo)

TALCAUHANO, Chile (Oct. 12, 2017) Sailors assigned to Undersea Rescue Command practice deploying the submarine rescue chamber during CHILEMAR VII. CHILEMAR is a bilateral exercise designed to demonstrate interoperability between the U.S. submarine rescue system and Chilean submarines. (U.S. Navy photo)

The Navy’s Undersea Rescue Command received the call and for the first time in a dozen years and members were quickly loading equipment onto planes readying for a real-life rescue mission in Argentina. Read More