US Navy recovers jet blown off aircraft carrier from bottom of ocean

US Navy team recovered a military jet from a depth of 9,500 feet in the Mediterranean Sea on August 3 after the aircraft had blown overboard duringunexpected heavy weather” 7 월, a release from US Naval Forces Europe-Africa said.

The jet was aboard the USS Harry S. Truman, an aircraft carrier, when it blew overboard on July 8, 릴리스 말했다.
The service members who recovered the aircraft used a remotely operated vehicle to attachspecialized rigging and lift linesto the jet while it was underwater. After attaching the rigging, the recovery team then attached a lifting hook to the rigging toraise the aircraft to the surfaceof the ocean andhoist itonto the multi-purpose construction vessel Everest, a separate motor vessel that can be used for a variety of purposes in the ocean, 릴리스 말했다.
    Once the aircraft had been recovered from the depths of the ocean and put on the MPV Everest, the team transported the aircraft to anearby military installation,” 릴리스 말했다. The aircraft will then be transported from the military installation to the US, the release added.
      The team that recovered the aircraft included service members from several different naval units, among them members from Task Force (CTF) 68, Naval Sea Systems Command’s Supervisor of Salvage and Diving, service members assigned to the aircraft carrier Harry S. Truman, Naval Strike Fighter Wing Atlantic and US Sixth Fleet, 릴리스 말했다.
        The rapid response of the combined teamallowed us to conduct safe recovery operations within 27 days of the incident,” Lieutenant Commander Miguel Lewis, US Sixth Fleet salvage officer, 성명에서 말했다. “Our task tailored team operated safely and efficiently to meet the timeline.

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