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Joint U.S. Navy/Army Team Removes Oil from Sunken WWII Ship
View of PRINZ EUGEN’s propellers extending above the surface while the U.S. Navy team conducts oil removal operations aboard USNS SALVOR and T/V HUMBER moored over the bow of the wreck. During the Aug – Oct 2018 operation, the joint Navy / Army team removed over 228K gallons of oil from the submerged hull.
Nov. 2, 2018 - This October, a joint U.S. Navy and Army team successfully completed a historic oil removal operation on the sunken World War II vessel ex-USS PRINZ EUGEN located in Kwajalein Atoll.

SUPSALV delivers temporary pumping capacity to Puerto Rico for Hurricane Season
Donjon's barge loaded with piping, CONEX boxes, pumps and spare parts prior to sailing from Morgan City, LA
July 11, 2018 - Under a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) response request the United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) has tasked the Naval Sea System Command, Supervisor of Salvage and Diving (SUPSALV), US Navy, with providing temporary pumping capability to Puerto Rico for the hurricane season.

EX‐USS SHADWELL Disposal – Wreck in Place
EX‐USS SHADWELL in her mooring on Little Sand Island where NRL used her as a full scale R&D platform for conducting firefighting tests.
Feb. 20, 2018 - EX USS SHADWELL, a decommissioned CASA GRANDE Class Dock Landing Ship has had a long history supporting the US Navy. She was built by Newport News Shipbuilding in 1944, and served as a commissioned vessel thru 1970. NRL took custody and began using her for testing firefighting equipment, procedures and testing fire resistance of materials beginning 1988. After decades of testing, she was retired from NRL service in October 2016.

NAVSEA Assists with Hurricane Recovery
Lt. Cmdr. Dan Neverosky, NAVSEA Supervisor of Salvage and Diving, looks on as a crane maneuvers a vessel near Naval Air Station Key West. Hurricane Irma left approximately 80 private vessels damaged at or near Naval Air Station Key West. Naval Facilities Command Southeast and NAVSEA Supervisor of Salvage and Diving are working together to assist with cleanup efforts.
Oct. 19, 2017 - WASHINGTON - NAVSEA assists hurricane-ravaged areas by executing Supervisor of Salvage and Diving (SEA 00C ) contracts for diving and salvage teams to help clear harbors of debris and derelict vessels in the Port of Ponce and at Naval Air Station Key West.