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United States Navy Diver

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Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal – EOD

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Surface Warfare Officer in the U.S. Navy

A United States Navy diver refers to a member of the community of restricted line officers, civil engineer corps (CEC) officers, Medical Corps officers, and enlisted Navy diver personnel in the United States Navy who are qualified in underwater diving and salvage. Navy divers serve with fleet diving detachments and in research and development. Some of the mission areas of the Navy diver include marine salvage, harbor clearance, underwater ship husbandry and repair, submarine rescue, saturation diving, experimental diving, underwater construction and welding, as well as serving as diving technical experts at Navy SEAL, Marine Corps, and Navy EOD diving commands.
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