US Navy Damage Controlman 1ST Class John Frush assists a diver into his suite during preparations for Surface Decompression on Oxygen dives, at the TWA Flight 800 crash site 120 feet below. Although Frush is not a diver, everyone on the Navys salvage rescue ship USS GRASP (ARS 51) assists in the safe "dressing" of divers and the handling of their "umbilicals" as they move about the ocean floor. The boots weigh less than 10 pounds each; most of the diver's weights are carried in his Integrated Diving Vest (IDV), which also holds emergency air, referred to as "come home bottle". TWA flight 800 crahed in the Atlantic Ocean off Long Island, New York, on July 17, 1996

Chicago citation style
Department of Defense. American Forces Information Service. Defense Visual Information Center. 1994. US Navy Damage Controlman 1ST Class John Frush assists a diver into his suite during preparations for Surface Decompression on Oxygen dives, at the TWA Flight 800 crash site 120 feet below. Although Frush is not a diver, everyone on the Navys salvage rescue ship USS GRASP (ARS 51) assists in the safe "dressing" of divers and the handling of their "umbilicals" as they move about the ocean floor. The boots weigh less than 10 pounds each; most of the diver's weights are carried in his Integrated Diving Vest (IDV), which also holds emergency air, referred to as "come home bottle". TWA flight 800 crahed in the Atlantic Ocean off Long Island, New York, on July 17, 1996. 1996-07-26. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/6526842. (Accessed October 22, 2018.)
APA citation style
Department of Defense. American Forces Information Service. Defense Visual Information Center. 1994, (1996-07-26) US Navy Damage Controlman 1ST Class John Frush assists a diver into his suite during preparations for Surface Decompression on Oxygen dives, at the TWA Flight 800 crash site 120 feet below. Although Frush is not a diver, everyone on the Navys salvage rescue ship USS GRASP (ARS 51) assists in the safe "dressing" of divers and the handling of their "umbilicals" as they move about the ocean floor. The boots weigh less than 10 pounds each; most of the diver's weights are carried in his Integrated Diving Vest (IDV), which also holds emergency air, referred to as "come home bottle". TWA flight 800 crahed in the Atlantic Ocean off Long Island, New York, on July 17, 1996. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/6526842
MLA citation style
Department of Defense. American Forces Information Service. Defense Visual Information Center. 1994. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://catalog.archives.gov/id/6526842>.
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