Published Resources Details Journal Article
- Flying Underwater
- U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings
- vol. 135, no. 7, 39995, p. 86
"What benefits does a 4-to-6 knot, 1,500 foot dive capability submersible give an operator. While their use in underwater tourism is a great thrill ride, ticket costs for the average person are too high. Instead, this submersible can be best employed where the ability to inspect over large distances is advantageous. Examples would be seafloor pipeline surveys, inspection of large underwater structures, and covert military/law enforcement operations. The HOT Deep Flight Falcon's first mission will be underwater surveys in the Gulf of Farallones National Marine Sanctuary.