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FOB Sharana, Afghanistan
US Army Apache Mechanic

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    FOB Sharana, Afghanistan
    US Army Apache Mechanic
    Certification Agencies:
    Dive History:
    The bulk of my diving has taken place in marinas scraping the underside of rich peoples boats. Recreationally, I stick to the wrecks of the OBX.
    Certification History:
    I got my open water cert in 1996. I have been content with that level until now.
    Certification Level:
    Open Water
    # of Logged Dives:
    200 - 499
    Dive Classification:
    Just An "Average" Diver
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Sherwood Avid BC, Oceanic GT3 CDX5 Reg, Sea Elite SX40 Octo, Oceanic Veo 180 Combo Comp, Pelican Nemo Light 4300, Aluminum 80 with Underwater Kinetics Tank Boot, Cressi Sub Pro Star fullfoot fins, and Atomic Subframe Mask. You could count the $10,000 worth of useless broken gear I have also. Just let me know if you need parts.
    Rebreather Experience:
    I have been certifyed with PADI since I was 13. Almost immediately, I *****d myself out at the marina in Beaufort, NC, scraping the bottoms of rich people's boats...BORRRIIINNNGGG. Recreationally, I am a bit of a loner. I enjoy being down by myself. I would leave school, run out the back door, hop in the boat and go. I didn't go to specific dive locations. I just wanted to explore. I find myself having fun where other divers would write off as "dismal". Lately (since I have been deployed to Afghanistan), I have been looking for a club to join in Texas, where I have been stationed for the last 7 years. Any ideas?