Atmospheric Diving Suit (JIM Suit)
JIM suit in the collection of the U.S. Naval Undersea Museum. An atmospheric diving suit (ADS) maintains surface pressure internally, protecting a diver from underwater pressure and eliminating the need for decompression. Treasure hunters developed early atmospheric…

Clockwork Mine (Civil War Era)
WORK IN PROGRESS Note: This is an initial 3D model that has not undergone post-processing work due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As such, the model contains small inaccuracies: some geometry/components are distorted. Civil War horological mine in the collection…

Mark V Diving Helmet
MK V diving helmet in the collection of the U.S. Naval Undersea Museum. The MK V’s iconic copper helmet has made it the best known and most recognizable of the Navy’s diving systems. The Navy used the MK V helmet and diving rig from 1916 and 1984 for salvage…

Trident Missile Payload Section
Trident I missile payload section in the collection of the U.S. Naval Undersea Museum. This is the top portion of a 34-foot Trident I (C4) training missile. In service from 1979 to 2005, Trident I ballistic missiles were three-stage, solid-fuel, inertially-guided…

Miller-Dunn Divinhood Style 3 Helmet
Miller-Dunn Divinhood Style 3 diving helmet in the collection of the U.S. Naval Undersea Museum. Navy divers used this open-bottom Miller-Dunn Divinhood Style 3 helmet during World War II to complete ship and equipment repairs in water less than 60 feet deep.…

Kaiten Type 1 (Version 2)
Type 1 Japanese kaiten in the collection of the Naval History and Heritage Command; photographed while on loan to the U.S. Naval Undersea Museum. Kaiten were manned torpedoes designed and used by Japan during World War II to attack enemy ships. Kaiten inventors…