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    Location:
    Brooklyn, New York, United States
    Occupation:
    Senior Program Planner / Project Controls Engineer
    Gender:
    Male
    eBay User Name:
    multi_duc
    Certification Agencies:
    PADI - SDI - TDI
    Certification History:
    PADI OW, SDI Advanced, TDI NITROX, SDI Drysuit
    Certification Level:
    Certifiable
    Dive Classification:
    Dork Diver
    Dive Equipment:
    - DiveRite Hog Harness + SS B/P + STA
    - Deep Outdoors Wing I - 55Lbs
    - Deep Outdoors Wing II - 40lbs
    - Aeris Elite T3 + OMS SPG - 24" hose
    - Apeks XTX50 Primary - 7' hose,
    - Oceanic Delta IV Backup - 22" hose,
    - Oceanic FDX10 1st Stage - DIN
    - Oceanic Shadow Mask
    - SeacSub X-One Mirrored Mask,
    - OMS SlipStream Fins + SS Spring Straps
    - DiveRite HID 10W Canister Light
    - Photon Torpedo LED Backup light
    - Pinnacle EVO 2 Drysuit
    - Bare 3mm Full Suit
    Rebreather Experience:
    Kiss French, ride Italian!

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