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frogman

a swimmer equipped with a rubber suit, flippers, and breathing equipment for working underwater
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Last night, West Mercia police revealed that frogmen had removed an 'object' from the riverbed behind the crime scene at Rachael's Health Studio.
Police frogmen found his body after Saturday's tragedy.
The animals in question are trained to protect warships from enemy divers, frogmen who would place explosives on hulls.
Frogmen from UDT-1 and UDT-2 first moved onto the tactical scene in January 1944 at Kwajalein and Roi-Namur, blasting coral and eliminating invasion obstacles.
Frogmen, helicopters and firefighters all took part in the two-day search near Pulteney Weir in Bath before finding Mr Aston's body, as reported in later editions of yesterday's Echo.
The Navy SEAL Memorial will include the 252 names of SEALs and Frogmen who have died in the line of duty, in combat or training for combat, since World War II.
Irish Navy specialist frogmen are using side scan sonar equipment to try and find the dad whose wife is expecting another child.
In order to detect threats like suicide frogmen and anti-ship missiles, the navy is seeking 2-4 patrol-class vessels as well as unmanned aerial vehicles.
The blast is said to have happened late Wednesday or early Thursday and came as members of Denmark's Ranger and Frogmen units were on a joint patrol with an Afghan police's elite unit.
Filming was immediately stopped as police frogmen pulled the body from the water.
A huge search involving police, the force helicopter, RAF mountain rescue teams, dog search squads and frogmen was launched around the nearby Erddig Park.
Streets were closed, anti-sniper teams deployed on rooftops and police boats with frogmen patrolled the nearby East River.