Phase III – July 29

The motley crew! Go Cart Carnage! Shouldn’t the cars be pointing the same direction? Monitor Plan Go Cart Death! For rest and relaxation on our day off, the team got together and headed up to Rodanthe to the largest group of go cart tracks on the Outer Banks! Saturday, July …

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Phase III – July 28

The skeg is removed – now on board the Weeks 526 The Weeks 526 Navy barge with her crane raised The Navy divers exit the stage after their last di Project Participants and Sponsors Monitor National Marine Sancuary Mariners’ Museum Monitor Center The Mariners’ Museum National Undersea Research Center Maritime …

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Phase III – July 27

Tim, dive sup. records diver profiles and gas used Divers are assisted back on deck after their dive Divers waiting their turn to reboard the Cape Fear Project Participants and Sponsors Monitor National Marine Sancuary Mariners’ Museum Monitor Center The Mariners’ Museum National Undersea Research Center Maritime Studies Program, East …

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Phase III – July 26

Gary Byrd after returning from a dive Kyle Creamer and Terrence Tysall after their dives Ray and Cyndi Blanchard review their dive slates Project Participants and Sponsors Monitor National Marine Sancuary Mariners’ Museum Monitor Center The Mariners’ Museum National Undersea Research Center Maritime Studies Program, East Carolina University R/V Cape …

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Phase III – July 25

Ray and Cyndi Blanchard prepare to support dive With an 8 point mooring, the Weeks 526 still rolls Dive Supervisor initiates the dive for Team 2 Project Participants and Sponsors Monitor National Marine Sancuary Mariners’ Museum Monitor Center The Mariners’ Museum National Undersea Research Center Maritime Studies Program, East Carolina …

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Phase III – July 24

John Barone is suited up and ready to dive Project Participants and Sponsors Monitor National Marine Sancuary Mariners’ Museum Monitor Center The Mariners’ Museum National Undersea Research Center Maritime Studies Program, East Carolina University R/V Cape Fear Coast Guard Stations Hatteras Inlet and Ocracoke Sartek Industries Ocean Technology Systems Maxtec, …

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Phase III – July 23

Tony Bielawski after his support dive Rain or shine, the chase boat waits during deco Project Participants and Sponsors Monitor National Marine Sancuary Mariners’ Museum Monitor Center The Mariners’ Museum National Undersea Research Center Maritime Studies Program, East Carolina University R/V Cape Fear Coast Guard Stations Hatteras Inlet and Ocracoke …

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Phase III – July 22

Bob Beckner after his dive The Navy barge, Weeks 526 Tony Bielawski on the Cape Fear after his dive Project Participants and Sponsors Monitor National Marine Sancuary Mariners’ Museum Monitor Center The Mariners’ Museum National Undersea Research Center Maritime Studies Program, East Carolina University R/V Cape Fear Coast Guard Stations …

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Phase III – July 21

Bob Beckner returns to the Cape Fear Chase boat waits – Navy barge in the background Frank Cantelas on the Cape Fear after his dive Project Participants and Sponsors Monitor National Marine Sancuary Mariners’ Museum Monitor Center The Mariners’ Museum National Undersea Research Center Maritime Studies Program, East Carolina University …

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Phase III – July 19

Tony and Terrence prepare to support dive The chase boat returns from the Navy barge Project Participants and Sponsors Monitor National Marine Sancuary Mariners’ Museum Monitor Center The Mariners’ Museum National Undersea Research Center Maritime Studies Program, East Carolina University R/V Cape Fear Coast Guard Stations Hatteras Inlet and Ocracoke …

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