Fer-de-Lance (1974 TV Movie)
Russ Bogan: What's the heading?
Chief Hughes: 108. 109. 110.
Russ Bogan: Speed?
Chief Hughes: 16, slowing. 15. 14.
Russ Bogan: What's the depth?
Chief Hughes: Thousand fifty. Fifty-five.
Russ Bogan: We're gonna run out of ocean.
Commander Kirk: You know Lieutenant Scott.
[Nicholson and Scott acknowledge one another]
Commander Kirk: This is the Master at Arms, Russ Bogan.
Russ Bogan: Lieutenant.
Commander Scott: Russ here is Chief of the Boat, the COB.
Russ Bogan: That means I'm in charge of the bomb.
Commander Kirk: He also happens to be a charter member of the first underwater demolition team. The original frogman. He can help you handle the explosives.
Lieutenant Nicholson: I need help right now, sir. I'm assigned as Weapons Officer, which means I know which page to look up in Knight's Modern Seamanship, and that's all.
Russ Bogan: We can't move the boat. Move the rocks.
Joe Voit: Those rocks must weigh more than a thousand tons.
Russ Bogan: We'll set up a series of charges, enough to gouge out the load. All we need is a couple of inches.
Joe Voit: How do you know the charges won't crack us open?
Russ Bogan: Well, I don't. But if we sit here we're dead.
Joe Voit: If the divers go out there, they're dead.
Russ Bogan: Not necessarily. We've had divers out at a thousand feet before. We got deep water rigs, exotic air mixtures, helium, argon. And we're loaded with experts.
Joe Voit: Russ, that current's blowing at more than 12 knots. It can rip off tanks, face masks. It'll sweep those guys around like pieces of kelp.
Russ Bogan: We'll rig the gear with extra belts; hook up harnesses, cables to keep from being swept away. It's gotta be done.
Joe Voit: Who's gonna do it?
Russ Bogan: Me.
Joe Voit: You?
Russ Bogan: What do you mean, "you?" I got more time in a wetsuit than this whole group.
Joe Voit: Yeah, that was a lot of hash marks ago.
Russ Bogan: Thanks a lot.
Joe Voit: Well, you don't bail out at over a thousand every day.
Russ Bogan: Today's the day.