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Model Name:  ASDS

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History:
The Advanced SEAL Delivery System (ASDS) - a combatant submersible developed for clandestine insertion and extraction of Special Operations Forces (SOF) - is currently undergoing the operational testing needed to bring the vehicle to Initial Operational Capability (IOC). A transformational leap ahead of its operational predecessor, the Mk VIII SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV), ASDS will transport SEALs in a dry environment and deliver them ready for action. Its advanced sonar systems and unique electro-optical systems will provide a new level of undersea situational awareness to the embarked SEAL team, and allow them to conduct shore surveillance prior to landing. The personnel who currently support the ASDS program, based in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii - and especially those who pilot the vehicle - are forging new directions in undersea capabilities and redefining what may soon be the norm for submarine-based SOF operations for the next 20 to 30 years.