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    The Pearl Harbor-based guided-missile cruiser USS Port Royal (CG 73) takes a
starboard list as the USNS Salvor (T-ARS 52) tries to free the ship after it
ran aground Feb. 5 about a half-mile south of the Honolulu airport while
off-loading personnel into a small boat. The salvage ship USNS Salvor (T-ARS
52), which included an embarked detachment of Mobile Diving Salvage Unit
(MDSU) 1 personnel, the Motor Vessel Dove, and seven Navy and commercial
tugboats freed Port Royal off a shoal on Feb. 9. 090207-N-0000X-007 PEARL
HARBOR (Feb. 7, 2009) (U.S. Navy photo/Released)
     

    The Pearl Harbor-based guided-missile cruiser USS Port Royal (CG 73) takes a starboard list as the USNS Salvor (T-ARS 52) tries to free the ship after it ran aground Feb. 5 about a half-mile south of the Honolulu airport while off-loading personnel into a small boat. The salvage ship USNS Salvor (T-ARS 52), which included an embarked detachment of Mobile Diving Salvage Unit (MDSU) 1 personnel, the Motor Vessel Dove, and seven Navy and commercial tugboats freed Port Royal off a shoal on Feb. 9. 090207-N-0000X-007 PEARL HARBOR (Feb. 7, 2009) (U.S. Navy photo/Released)  

     

    The Emergency Ship Salvage Material (ESSM System is a managed network of emergency response equipment stockpiles pre-positioned to support and augment US Navy Fleet capability in the areas of Salvage, Diving, Pollution Response, and Underwater Ship Husbandry (UWSH). ESSM equipment inventories and equipment descriptions can be accessed via the functional link buttons distributed across the top of this web site. The ESSM Operations link, at the far left, accesses additional ESSM information including system management, stockpile locations, resource availability, mobilization requirements, cost, etc. ESSM resources are available to non-Navy emergency responders as described under the ESSM Operations link. Emergency Mobilization of ESSM resources can only be initiated by a request to the Office of the Supervisor of Salvage (SUPSALV) within the Naval Sea Systems Command, Washington, DC. Earliest possible notification of a pending request and discussion with cognizant SUPSALV personnel is encouraged.

     

    Contact Information:

    Main line (business hours): (202) 781-1731
    For Finance and Contracts Response: press "1" at the prompt.
    For Salvage and Pollution Operations: press "2" at the prompt.
    For Diving resources: press "3" at the prompt.
    For Underwater Ship Husbandry: press "5" at the prompt.
    After Hours - NAVSEA Duty Office (202) 781-3889
    (The duty officer will put the caller in touch with the appropriate SUPSALV POC.)
    SUPSALV FAX: (202) 781-4588
     

    Mailing Address:
    Department of the Navy, Naval Sea Systems Command
    Attn: SEA 00C2
    1333 Isaac Hull Avenue S. E. Stop 1070
    Washington Navy Yard, D.C. 20376-1070
     

    Email Addresses:
    For Finance and Contracts Response: 00c1@supsalv.org For Salvage Operations response: 00c2@supsalv.org
    For Pollution response: 00C25@supsalv.org
    For Diving resources: 00C3@supsalv.org
    For Underwater Ship Husbandry: 00C5@supsalv.org

    ESSM Base contact info can be found under the ESSM Operations link.

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