Dry Deck Shelter (DDS) deck crewmen release the hold down straps from a slowly inflating Combat Rubber Raiding Craft (CRRC) as it rises from the DDS cradle below. Other deck crewman. sitting on the outer hangar door, prepare to release the ascent buoy and line for the CRRC to rise to the surface. The DDS cradle and track are rolled out from the DDS hangar with the 9' hangar door open. Hangar Supervisor observes and supervises the submarine/DDS/CRRC training operations.
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