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TZ Aquanautics is ready to operate in water of any temperature, conduct operation in aquatic environments ranging from high altitude scuba and skin diving to whitewater paddle-boarding. TZ Aquanauts deploy in support of the community during rescue and recovery operations
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TZA MAYAN SACRIFICE: Aquatic night mangrove ingress
Keywords: - Aquanautics - - Nature - - Extinction - - -
A night time dive operation including a clandestine surf beach landing and mangrove river ingress under the cover of darkness. After entering the secured area Aquanauts were required to locate a target area and egress without kinetic contact.


CIRCLE WORK: Search and Recovery SCUBA dive training executing both shore based pendulum and submerged pivot pointed based circle search patterns
Keywords: - Aquanautics - - Searches - - SAR -
TZA SAR divers conduct submerged pattern searches for forensic evidence to recover a discarded firearm as part of a multi-agency training exercise.


CRATER*CAVE* CONTACT: TZ-SLC, TZ-SEC7 and TZ-DNVR execute a mid-winter SCUBA dive into a underground geothermal cavern.
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After entering a doorway into a snowy hillside and through a tunnel, a three man TZA detachment entered a massive subterranean cavern. At depths exceeding 75ft+ and water exceeding 90F+, Aquanauts took time to warm up after TZMD exercises earlier in the week.


TZA GLOOM SHADOW: Watch how deep the Teame will go to get the bodies
Keywords: - Aquanautics - - Search and Rescue - - Exercises -
TZA Search & Recovery exercises were conducted in waters that were at a temperature of 55F degrees at the surface.


SALVAGE SUBMERSION: TZ Aquanatics were required to locate and enter a submerged twin-engine 10-seat Beech C185 at a depth of 55 feet, deploy an experimental sensor tray, and conduct simulated emergency search and rescue dives acting as an air-deployed "feet wet" rapid reaction force under live-fire conditions.
Keywords: - Aquanautics - - Exercises - - Aircraft -
The Aquatics phase of Jump and Thump took place over the course of two days. Subsequent dives required participants to locate a sunken rowboat at 80 feet and prepare entry into an underwater vent pipe leading to a cave with extreme restrictions at 140 feet, all part of a vast underground system of water connecting seven sister lakes nestled among the surrounding red mesas.


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