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  Deep Submergence insignia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Deep Submergence Insignia is a uniform breast pin worn by officers and men of the United States Navy's submarine service who are qualified in submarines and have completed one year of regular assignment to a Manned or Unmanned Deep Submersible.
The Deep Submergence Insignia is issued in two grades, gold for officers and silver for enlisted personnel.
The badge is considered a "secondary insignia" and is normally worn on the left uniform pocket, beneath award ribbons and any primary warfare badges, such as the Submarine Warfare Insignia.
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 Rank & Insignia - Insignia Of The U.S. Navy's Submarine Service (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.isi.jhu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The insignia of the U.S. Navy's Submarine Service is a Submarine flanked by two dolphins in a horizontal position with their heads resting on the upper edge of the bow planes.
The Submarine insignia adopted in March, 1924, is a bow view of a submarine proceeding on the surface with bow planes rigged for diving.
The submarine insignia was to be worn at all times by officers and men qualified in submarine duty attached to submarine units or organizations, ashore or afloat, and not to be worn when not attached.
www.jcs-group.com.cob-web.org:8888 /military/rank/sub.html   (1498 words)

  
 USS GURNARD (SS 254)
She was originally armed with one 3 inch 50 caliber deck gun, two 50 caliber machine guns, two 30 caliber machine guns and ten 21 inch in diameter torpedo tubes, (6 tubes forward and 4 tubes aft) and a total arsenal of 24 torpedoes (10 in the tubes and 14 reloads on skids).
While diving deep and rigging for a depth charge attack, breaking up noises were heard on sonar but results could not be observed as the enemy, dropped 24 depth charges, some very close but with no effect.
After maneuvering submerged to gain an attack position, three torpedoes were fired at 1220 hours at less than 2,000 yards, and two torpedoes were observed to hit the carrier before being driven deep by depth bombs from the escorting planes.
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 sub_insignia 's Country Data
The pin was for the first patrol, gold stars for subsequent patrols, and silver stars for 5 patrols (the first silver star replaced 4 gold and the implication that the pin itself represented one patrol).
Deep Submergence Insignia (DSV) were approved for issue by the Chief of Naval Operations 6 April 1981.
This badge is not to be confused with the DSRV, deep submergence rescue vessels.
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 Navy Times - News - This Week's Navy Times .   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
All rank and warfare insignia will apparently be made of cloth, consistent with the Navy’s current BDU uniform policy.
In what could also be a welcome uniform addition, the document listed the requirement to make insignia for a parka that would be worn with the new working uniform.
However, the document calls for civilian manufacturers to provide a metallic pin-style insignia to go on a “garrison cap.” Enlisted sailors currently have the option to wear a garrison cap instead of the Dixie cup with the winter blue uniform.
www.navytimes.com /story.php?f=1-NAVYPAPER-335707.php   (973 words)

  
 SUBSIM Review
The officers' insignia was a bronze, gold plated metal pin, worn centered above the left breast pocket and above the ribbonsand medals.
Successor to the Submarine Combat Patrol Insignia awarded for submarine patrols during World War II, the device is known as the FBM Patrol Pin, although its official designation is SSBN Deterrent Patrol Insignia.
The new insignia is considered to be in the same category and will be worn in the same manner as the SCPI.
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 Commander - CSG2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
He qualified as a deep submersible pilot and conducted more than 60 dives aboard MYSTIC and its sister vessel, AVALON.
During his last year at Deep Submergence unit, MYSTIC was awarded the white "DS" for excellence in operations.
Panlilio is qualified to wear the gold deep submergence insignia and scuba diver badge.
www.csg2.navy.mil /NR-1/NR1Commander.htm   (273 words)

  
 Man in Uniform   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
This figure appears to include 65 people who had been taken away from the Taougrit mosque on April 29 by uniformed men, and were found killed outside the village.
Deep Submergence insignia - The Deep Submergence Insignia is a uniform breast pin worn by officers and men of the United States Navy's submarine service who are qualified in submarines and have completed one year of regular assignment to a Manned or Unmanned Deep Submersible.
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 Submarine Plaques | Submariner Plaques
The strategic deterrent patrols of the Regulus missile boats were not deemed worthy of this insignia.
The insignia of the U.S. Navy's Submarine Service is a Submarine flanked by two dolphins.
The origin of this insignia dates back to June 1923, when Captain Ernest King, USN, Commander, Submarine Division Three (later Fleet Admiral and Chief of Naval Operations), suggested to the Secretary of the Navy that a device for qualified submariners be adopted.
www.militaryplaques.com /submarine_plaques.html   (714 words)

  
 Parche History
Parche combines the endurance and environmental independence of nuclear power with deep submergence, high speed, and quiet electronics capabilities.
To utilize the increased capabilities of her sonar, Parche had installed a modern computer controlled submarine weapon system, designed to permit the attacking and sinking of submarines at great distances.
Submarine Development Group One established in 1967 by the Chief of Naval Operations, was the operational focal point for all Navy deep submergence matters.
www.parche.org /history.htm   (1826 words)

  
 MILPERSMAN 1200-020   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
  Members who successfully complete 1 year of regular assignment to a Manned or Unmanned Deep Submersible including USS DOLPHIN and NR-1, or to a supporting deep submergence detachment.
  Personnel eligible to wear other insignias, such as the Submarine Combat Patrol or SSBN Deterrent Patrol Insignia, may only wear one insignia at a time according to their personal desire.
  An appropriate entry must be made in the service record of each member upon authorization to wear this insignia.
buperscd.technology.navy.mil /bup_updt/508/milpers/1200-020.htm   (93 words)

  
 Black Fish Logo
Thus ASRs took up the role as "guardians of the submarines," and eventually were formally authorized to display the distinctive fl fish insignia beside their hull numbers as a tribute to their mission.
The last U.S. Navy auxiliary submarine rescue ship, the USS Ortolan (ASR 22) was decommissioned in March 1995, thus ending the illustrious era of the auxiliary ships that displayed the distinctive fl fish insignia and proudly stood by during most of this century as guardians of the submarines.
The mission of submarine rescue is carried on by elements of Commander Submarine Development Group One, including the Deep Submergence Rescue Vehicles (DSRV) Mystic and Avalon and the U.S. Navy divers manning the fly-away submarine rescue chambers at the Deep Submergence Unit, at North Island Naval Air Station, San Diego CA.
www.windsun.com /Greenlet/Black_Fish.htm   (1161 words)

  
 Special Operations.Com
Navy officers and enlisted personnel wear various gold, silver or pewter insignia on the left breast to indicate special qualifications.
Some insignia are worn above the ribbons some are worn below.
Command-At-Sea, Small Craft and Craftmaster pins are worn on the right breast while the individual is serving in that capacity, as are Presidental and Vice Presidential Service badges.
www.specialoperations.com /Focus/Clip_Art/Navy_Badges.htm   (149 words)

  
 Unit Awards
The Small Craft Insignia shall be worn as authorized in NAVPERS 15665I, Craft Insignia, U.S. Navy Uniform Regulations.
Breast Insignia are worn on the left side of the uniform in a primary position,or a primary and secondary position.
Warfare qualification insignia take precedence over other qualification insignia and are placed in the primary position.
swiftboats.net /extras/unit_awards.htm   (3510 words)

  
 Edmund Giambastiani - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Admiral Giambastiani's assignments have included several in which he was responsible for development of new technologies and experimental processes, as well as four previous tours in command.
He commanded NR-1, the Navy's only nuclear powered deep diving ocean engineering and research submarine.
His decorations include the Joint Chiefs of Staff Insignia, the Submarine Warfare Insignia and the Deep Submergence Insignia along with numerous personal and unit decorations, medals and ribbons including:
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 http://www.infomagic.net/~grog/Darter.htm   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
She swung the stern around and fired four more from the stern tubes, one of which hit the target between the mast and the stern of the vessel.
As Darter went to deep submergence, breaking up noises could be heard from the sinking target.
In the afternoon, she was patrolling submerged off Moratai Island near Biak when a minelayer with two escorts and a scout plane searching ahead came into view.
www.infomagic.net /~grog/Darter.htm   (2068 words)

  
 USS Asheville (SSN 758) (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.isi.jhu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
He next reported aboard SUBMARINE NR-1, the Navy’s only nuclear powered deep submergence ocean engineering vehicle home ported in Groton, Connecticut.
Serving as the Executive Officer and Navigator onboard SUBMARINE NR-1 from 1994 to 1997, Commander Swehla qualified as a Navy Scuba Diver and earned the Deep Submergence Insignia.
In September of 1997 Commander Swehla transferred to Washington D.C. to the Defense Liaison Division in the Office of the Vice Chief of Naval Operations where he was a Special Projects Program Coordinator.
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 Clip Art of deep submergence - Search Clipart Illustration Drawings and EPS Images - 11P0099, 11P0099.jpg
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Our Naval Insignia collection, is the only comprehensive resource available for Naval heraldry.
One Mile Up has gone to hundreds of organizations in and out of the Navy to collect materials for creating the most accurate illustrations possible.
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 NJROTC @ Los Alamos High School - Navy History
Marines landed at Inchon, near Seoul, Korea, in a surprise thrust deep behind the front lines.
The first regulations providing details for enlisted uniforms, including the first specifics on raiting insignia, were issued.
An insignia, adopted by the Board of Admiralty (which had been set up by the Continental Congress to direct operations), became the Navy's first official seal.
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 NR-1 DEEP SUBMERGENCE CRAFT - Message Board - ezboard.com (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.isi.jhu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
NR-1 can travel submerged at approximately four knots for long periods, limited only by its supplies.
NR-1 is generally towed to and from remote mission locations by an accompanying surface tender, which is also capable of conducting research in conjunction with the submarine.
NR-1, the first deep submergence vessel using nuclear power, was launched at Groton on Jan. 25, 1969, and successfully completed her initial sea trials August 19, 1969.
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 U.S. NAVY SUBMARINE LINKS - U.S. Navy Commissioned Diesel/Nuclear & Submarine Related Links!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
DEEP AND DEADLY - a Popular Mechanics article "The U.S. Navy celebrates a century of running silent and deep."; by Jim Wilson.
Sea power...from the deep: The U.S. submarine force centennial - They are deployed to the far stretches of the world's oceans operating stealthily far beneath the surface or, closer to shore; in the shallow littoral waters off distant lands.
The History of Sonar - Sonar is a system that uses transmitted and reflected underwater sound waves to detect and locate submerged objects or measure their distances underwater.
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 Research
These are just some of the links that we have found useful in the research for many of the stories we’ve written.
History of United States Naval Uniforms and Insignia
Information for and about U.S. Navy Deep Sea Divers.
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 USN Ships--USS Scorpion (SSN-589)
In late October 1968, her remains were found on the sea floor over 10,000 feet below the surface by a towed deep-submergence vehicle deployed from USNS Mizar (T-AGOR-11).
Photographs taken then and later showed that her hull had suffered fatal damage while she was running submerged and that even more severe damage occurred as she sank.
The cause of the initial damage continues to generate controversy more than three decades later.
www.history.navy.mil /photos/sh-usn/usnsh-s/ssn589.htm   (892 words)

  
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 Submarine Store - submarine facts and submarine history - lost submarines - submarine losses
O-9 (SS-70) 20 Jun 41 33 died Foundered during deep submergence tests off New London, Connecticut.
Thresher (SSN-593) 10 Apr 63 129 died Sank after a possible piping failure during deep submergence tests off New England coast.
Scorpion (SSN-589) 27 May 68 99 died Loss not ascertainable; most probable inadvertent activation of battery of torpedo resulting in a possible "hot run" torpedo detonation off Azores.
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