James Bell
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  • Salt Lake City, UT
  • United States
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Which of the following are you?
A Working Diver
Dive school you went to or are attending?
Divers Institute of Technology
Are you an inland diver, offshore diver or both?
What do you like to do with your down time / onshore time?
Not employed in the field...currently sole employment is safety supervisor for two hospital based hyperbaric departments. Kept my helmet , harness, bailout and dry suit in the move from MN.
Like to camp, hike and read.
What's your deepest dive? (in feet)
197 feet / working...>greater than 200 in school for qualification

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At 8:18pm on July 7, 2009, Bob Armington said…
I lived aboard, too. Main job was to keep the bilges under control. I shared the upper deck bunk room with a wild kid who was the son of one of Willy (Sylvester...?!) Wilson's buddies from Global (I think). I never knew what happened to him. He was a goofball, though. Everything was connections. Manlove was a good man, Bob Schnepf was the best diver I ever met.
I pumped gas in Ballard and washed dishes at Pike St. Market on some weekends, for spending money. I speared flounder at that park not too far from the DIT compound for something to do (I used a modified ski pole I found in the trash with a nail epoxied at a back angle to hold the dumb things..... I attended on the GI bill, after Vietnam. First job was before I graduated...harvesting geod*** clams and urchins up off the San Juans. Desco rig, constant red eye, piece of junk, cold water...leaky dry suit, hoo-rah.
At 8:37pm on July 6, 2009, Bob Armington said…

My DIT Class Number was 106-80, but I graduated on January 9, 1981.


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