Mike Fisher was designated divemaster for
his team. here he is shown conducting an interview of one of the
After Mike gathers information, he briefs
his team and makes initial assignments.
John Sullivan documents information and
procedures for his team. Evaluator Dieter Schwake observes and closely
shadows the team's progress.
Sullivan and team checks in with Larry
Fuller, the incident commander for the evolution.
James DeLeon uses arm signals to position a
The positioning was accurate thanks to a
good "point last seen" determined from the witnesses interviewed.
Divers gave up on the body bag provided for
the practice. "Water body bags" that are open on both ends and only
held closed by small velcro tabs were found to be insufficient for the
During an actual call-out, victims would be
handled much more discretely.