|Re: Re: dive california|
Posted by jeff smith on June 14, 2008 at 20:35:22:|
In Reply to: Re: dive california posted by Chuck Tribolet on June 14, 2008 at 00:07:34:
Hull clean dives do not count, it is hard work. I did 10 yrs in the Navy as a SEAL and never got anywhere near 10,000 dives, and I was at SDV's maybe 10,000 hours...but i don't even think clse to that as an average SDV Dive is between 3 and 12 hours long and conducted on a "combat swimmer multi level dive table" which allows for decompression during transit to and from the target area. I am just tired of people stating they have WAY more experience than they do, and such is the nature of Mr. Timm.
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