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Exercises

Date End Date Event
05 NOV 1975 07 NOV 1975 Moby Dick '75
20 NOV 1975 30 NOV 1975 Ocean Safari '75
15 SEP 1976 18 SEP 1976 Ocean Safari '76
01 DEC 1977 09 DEC 1977 Ocean Safari '77
01 FEB 1978 10 FEB 1978 TORPEX - Carribean
15 MAR 1979 18 MAR 1979 ORSE
03 DEC 1985 03 DEC 1985 DSRV Ops
26 AUG 1995 28 AUG 1995 Ke Koa '95

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