Stock Photo - 1962 - British Official Photograph (Admiralty) Issued by the Central Office of Information, London: Underwater T/V equipment flown from the U.K. to Malta is to be used by the Royal Navy in the identification of wreckage of the Comet aircraft on the sea bed off Elba. These pictures show the erection of the equipment in the Royal Fleet Auxiliary Sea Salvor at Malta. The Camera, by Pye, enclosed in a casing devised by the Royal Naval Scientific Service and made by Idea of Kingston, is capable of use at 1,000f t. Weighing 7cwt, it is lighter than the equipment used in H.M.S. Reclaim for indentifying the sunken submarine H.M.S. Affray. Mr. G.G. MacNiece of the Admiralty Research Laboratory flew to Malta to supervise the installation. He is a Belfast man. Electrician's Mate J. Revie, an assistant Experimental Officer from the Admiralty Research Laboratory, now doing his National Service, was also flown from the U.K. to help. He lives at Cove, Dumbartonshire. Photo shows Mr.G.G. MacNiece from Admiralty Research Laboratory, Teddington, erecting the television equipment in the hold of R.F.A. Sea Salvor. The screen can be seen at top. (Credit Image: © Keystone Pictures USA/ZUMAPRESS.com)

Stock Photo: 1962 - British Official Photograph (Admiralty) Issued by the Central Office of Information, London: Underwater T/V equipment flown from the U.K.

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