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Interviewing Wreckers

X-Ray Magazine article |  
— Four Pioneering Wreck Divers
61 - Jul 2014 | Interviewing Wreckers

Ron Akeson (1957-2014) - Mission Well Done

X-Ray Magazine article |  
I don’t think a week ever went by where I didn’t hear Ron tell someone at his Bellingham dive store, “My motto in life follows the saying: growing old is mandatory, but growing up is optional.” If you ever had the pleasure of knowing or meeting Ron Akeson, you probably understood how he viewed life, because he truly believed in trying to squeeze in every little bit of living into each and every day!
61 - Jul 2014 | Ron Akeson (1957-2014)

Paul Toomer Joins RAID International

Paul V Toomer, RAID, Rebreather Association International Divers, X-Ray Magazi
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It is with immense pleasure that RAID (Rebreather Association International Divers) announces the appointment of Paul V Toomer as Director of Diver Training.

Diving Author Kendall McDonald Dies

Kendall McDonald, scuba diving author, BSAC, Colin McLeod Award winner
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Kendall McDonald, celebrated chronicler of British diving and shipwrecks for more than 50 years, has passed away at the age of 86.

Dr. Richard D. Vann to be awarded prestigious NOGI

Dr Richard Vann, flying after diving research, Rebreather Forum 3, hyperbaric
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The Academy Of Underwater Arts And Sciences has announced that Dr. Richard D. Vann has been selected for induction into the 2014 Academy of Underwater Arts and Sciences (AUAS) Fellow Program.

Claiming the North Pole

X-Ray Magazine article |  
On August 2, 2007, the weather was good at the North Pole. The sea was calm, the water temperature was just -1° C, with the air at a balmy 0° C. That morning two Russian mini submarines, Bathyscaphe Mir-1 and Mir-2, were sent down and at noon, Mir-1 touched down on the seabed at 4,261m, planting the Russian flag
22 - Mar 2008 | North Pole Controversy

The Mermaids called Haenyeo

X-Ray Magazine article |  
The island of Jeju, Korea, is an island of myths, gods and goddesses. It is also the birthplace of the women divers of Jeju. Although the women divers of Jeju are not the goddesses of myths, they are real alive mermaid goddesses.
34 - Feb 2010 | Women Divers of Jeju

First Frogmen - part 2

X-Ray Magazine article |  
In the years prior to World War II, the Italian fleet had developed a new underwater weapon, the SLC, a slow torpedo which was manned by two divers. Submerged, and thereby unseen, the frogmen on the SLC could get close in to the enemy ships and mine them. The frogmen trained in attacking their own ships, and after many excercises developed a procedure for approach and placing mines under the ships.
09 - Feb 2006 | First Frogmen - part 2

First Frogmen

X-Ray Magazine article |  
During the first years of World War II Italian frogmen demonstrated to the world how effective a weapon a frogman could be. Hidden by the water, these frogmen mined the Allies’ ships as they were moored ‘safely’ in their own waters.
07 - Oct 2005 | First Frogmen

Kids Love To Dive

X-Ray Magazine article |  
Reaching out to a new generation of divers
32 - Nov 2009 | Kids Love To Dive
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