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Old 30 November 2020, 12:56 PM   #31
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1957 Submariner

Most diving qualification cards indicate date and dive level along with issuing authority, like PADI-Professional Assn of Diving Instructors.
The training involved is not easy, but SCUBA or hard hat commercial diving is dangerous.
As a military combat dive school diver, a PADI card was issued. This also allows one to obtain air-for tanks. Most dive shops will not fill tanks-yours or theirs for use-without viewing your dive certification card.

A dive watch allows a diver to accurately measure elapsed time. There are other brands.
Diving without a Submariner on board is not for the skilled and/or intelligent.
That's why it always will be a tool watch. Forget Geneva and the boutiques.
Did a diver sell you your dive watch? Lt Col M
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Old 17 February 2022, 02:10 AM   #32
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very cool information
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