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frogman

a swimmer equipped with a rubber suit, flippers, and breathing equipment for working underwater
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The Inaugural Frogman Swim is open to anyone who wants to participate.
I saw a silhouette of a diver in a light frogman suit who was fiddling with something at the starboard, next to the ship's ammunition stores," Mr Koltsov told the film crew, according to the BBC.
Located in Fort Pierce, Florida -- the birthplace of the Navy Frogman -- the Museum promotes public education by providing the opportunity to explore the history of the Navy SEALs in an atmosphere of respect and honor.
The statement by the Admiralty was an attempt to cover up the mission but when the Soviets claimed to have seen a frogman Sir Anthony Eden was forced to speak out.
1962 The Metropolitan Police set up a frogman unit.
Eighty-three-year-old John Spence, a deep-sea diver on the battleship USS Idaho and later a Navy frogman, showed a World War II training film of him and his teammates exercising, attaching explosives to the hull of a ship and riding on a two-man motorized raft that was used to transport the men close to the ships.
Frogman, who gave vain chase to Crocadee last time, has his first start in handicap company and stable conditional Joe McDermott, a
Frogman Magennis, a Catholic, was the only Ulster VC winner in the Second World War.
The three camouflage printed timepieces within the Man in Camouflage series include the GW9300CM-1 MUDMAN, the GW9400CMJ-3 RANGEMAN, and the GF8250CM-2 FROGMAN.
FOUND STABBED TO DEATH Sixth form student Asha GATHERING CLUES Forensic officers near the scene of the murder and, inset, a frogman searches for a weapon
55pm LAURENCE HARVEY plays an ace British frogman on a daring sabotage mission to destroy the Italian fleet.
In 1957, Bridges took the role that changed his career: as Mike Nelson, a Navy frogman turned undersea investigator in ``Sea Hunt.