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How Marine Salvage Works - Mini-Documentary

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8/16/2019
Meet Divers Institute of Technology instructors and staff as they demonstrate how to salvage a wrecked boat from the bottom of a lake. Watch them patch the holes, attach lift bags, and use steel pontoons to raise the wreck to the surface... using the most important element: teamwork. Interested in an exciting and adventurous career in commercial diving? Come check us out at https://www.diversinstitute.edu/
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MMaritime TV
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  Blue Work Training
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The ‘Blue Work TV’ Series
Visually highlighting marine, maritime and water-related career opportunities for the 5th-10th grade age demographic audience

Blue Work TV is a series of 2-3 minute video segments featured in a unique digital media platform on Internet TV Channel Maritime TV to extend social media outreach to youth and mainstream media outlets about the full spectrum of exceptional and rewarding water-related workforce opportunities that are available in an industry that is so vitally important to the nation.

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The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME) has underwritten an initial commitment of three Blue Work TV Series segments for the occupations of Naval Architect, Marine Engineer and Ocean Engineer.

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MM&P Blue Work TV Editions



The International Organization of Masters, Mates & Pilots (MM&P) has underwritten an initial commitment of two Blue Work TV Series segments for the occupations of Ship’s Deck officer and Harbor Pilot.


MM&P Blue Work TV video archives will appear here shortly