Salvaging activities for the U.S. Navy submarine Squalus (SS-192)off the coast of Isles of Shoals near Portsmouth,New Hampshire. Men prepare to rig pontoon and they attach hoses. Men unrig the "flowerpot". Lowering line is attached to "flowerpot" and depth measuring line to pontoon. Temporary mooring line is cast off from pontoon. Men tighten up hose connections. They unrig "flowerpot" and attach cable clamp to tails of sling. They close the vents. Pontoon raises up from water. Pontoon is blown dry and made ready to leave the U.S. Navy ship Falcon (ASR-2) submarine rescue vessel. Diagrammatic representation of the U.S. Navy submarine Squalus (SS-192) raised by the slings and pontoons.
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