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An MH-60S that crashed into the sea in January 2020 clears the surface after a nine- hour assent from record depth. The sea-dye marker from the aircrafts water-logged Search and Recovery (SAR) bags flush to the sea during a recovery operation March. 19, 2021. Marine dye markers are a safe, effective alternative to flares and smoke for SAR operations. The recovery operation, coordinated by Naval Safety Center (NAVSAFECEN) aviation mishap investigators and Supervisor of Salvage and Diving, provides an opportunity for NAVSAFECEN investigators to examine critical evidence needed to determine why the aircraft went down. (U.S. Navy photo by David Clark)

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