Preparing for a practice dive
Manning the platform crane
Air and Communication lines
Entering the water
They went down, but they haven't come back up yet
Cambodian and US Navy divers preparing for a dive.
Can't swim with your clothes on.
Mission for the day. Disassemble this pipe..... Underwater, of course.
The USNS Safeguard can tow an aircraft carrier with these cables
Air monitoring station
Captain Ed of the Safeguard with General Visna of the Cambodian Navy
View of the SihanoukVille Port from the bridge of the Safeguard
View of the port from the bridge
over 423 miles of cables run throughout the ship
Communications center on the bridge
The Navigator's desk on the bridge
A Cambodian Naval gunboat and the Jupiter cruise ship guarding the USNS Safeguard
The front of the ship, which would be the bow?
Not the captain of the Safeguard
Need some help describing this one. Chuck???
This would be a mooring .
Captain Ed of the Safeguard and Mr. Lim from Angkor Beer Brewery
Entrance to the Safeguard
My Country, My Beer. This donation of Angkor Beer didn't last long enough to make it to sea.
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Thanks to Captain Ed and his crew for the ship tour, and Lieutenant Commander Charles "Chuck" Ehnes P.E. of the U.S. Navy for the help in putting together this page. Good Travels. See you all next time you have a few week's shore leave in Sunny SihanoukVille!