Oceaneering Recovers MOD Lynx Helicopter

Tuesday, September 10, 2002
Oceeneering International has completed the search for and recovery of a British MOD Lynx Helicopter approximately 200 miles off the coast of Virginia. The helicopter was recovered from over 12,000 feet of water and in the Gulf Stream. John R. Kreider, senior vice president, Advanced Technologies, stated, “Oceaneering is very pleased to have located and recovered the LYNX helicopter for the Ministry of Defense. Despite the depth and high current at the crash site, Oceaneering personnel successfully completed another important deep ocean search and recovery project.”

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