Dennis Gallagher: New gear helps Navy divers see in the dark

Diving in the Navy rarely involves clear, blue water, sunlight and admiring the skates. It's mostly in the dark, and in dangerous environments. To help divers s...

Dennis Gallagher, program manager, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Panama City Division

Diving in the Navy rarely involves clear, blue water, sunlight and admiring the skates. It's mostly in the dark, and in dangerous environments. To help divers see, do more work and work more safely, the Navy is developing special equipment placed inside a diver's helmet. Dennis Gallagher, program manager at the Naval Surface Warfare Center's Panama City Division, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin to talk about the new gear.

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