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Which of the following are you?
Dive school you went to or are attending?
Royal Australian Navy - HMAS Penguin (retired)
Are you an inland diver, offshore diver or both?
Wherever there's work
What do you like to do with your down time / onshore time?
currently retired but still love chatting to divers on events issues etc.
Dad was ex SASR (Specail Air Service) took my first dip with him at 14 been hooked ever since.
worked on TV Programs Water Rats and Police Rescue in Aussie as a 'Safety Diver and extra'.
worked on rigs in Bass Strait (which my dad helped to plan defense methods for with SAS ironically enough lol) and also other locations within Aussie doing things ranging from boat hull cleaning to working in marinas around North Shore of Sydney NSW.
PADI Divemaster (for my sins!)
retrired from teaching when my instructor also retired (female ex science teacher andd been diving since the year dot!)
retired from all Com and related fields now dive for fun and no longer teaching either ...

Hope to hear from ya all sometime..

That Not my Real Name i am stephen but diver is what i am using until i find out what thigs are like here - been burnt one time too many online - no offense - hope people understand.
What's your deepest dive? (in feet)
On Air 120-140 Feet plus - depends ask me what i wrecks i have been on off NSW lol (most are deeper then PADI would aprove *grins*) deeper mixed Gas etc deeper still with RAN

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Hey everyone with today being ANZAC Day in aussie i thought some people might find whats below intresting ...and the photo attached oh yeah i rememeber doing that!!


Australian Special Operations Forces

Clearance Diving Teams

The Royal Australian Navy has two fully operational CDTs which incorporate local…


Posted on April 25, 2010 at 6:00am


Wartime Issue 26

'Tough and dangerous work'

slipping into the dark, oily waters of a polluted harbour and feeling one’s way round live sea-mines in the silt at the bottom might not be everybody’s idea of a great time. But for the men of the RAN’s Clearance Diving Team Three, or AUSCDT Three, this was just the job they had been training to do, in many cases for years. In Iraq in 2003, they got their chance.



Posted on April 24, 2010 at 11:07am


some bad news ...

Diver dies at South Korean warship rescue site

A South Korean military diver searching for survivors from a navy ship that sank off North Korea has died. The diver lost consciousness as he searched wreckage of the Cheonan warship which sank after an explosion on Friday, the military said. Rescuers have been working to get inside the ship, split in two by the blast. Forty-six sailors are missing. The cause of the explosion is not yet clear, but a senior… Continue

Posted on March 30, 2010 at 5:12am

First Time Writing one of these so be Kind!

Thought some people might be interested to read about this - its taken from a local TV program that covered the issue last week.

Some people REALLY need to pull their heads in about wrecks - esp ex RAN Ones - if they kick up too much of a stink other states will be getting the next ships and when the current FFG HMAS Sydney is scraped i would prefer personally to see her on the bottom ageing gracefully then under the scrap mans torch somewhere near her home port (like HMAS Brisbane)…


Posted on March 15, 2010 at 3:46am

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At 10:28pm on March 22, 2010, Caitlin Coleman said…
Sure, love when ppl say hello! Nothin wrong with being friendly!
At 5:38pm on March 18, 2010, Rebekah Feasel said…
They kept standing at the chamber entrance every time divers were trying to keep within that pesky 5 minute SI. No matter how many times we told them to be anywhere but there or physically moved them. It was terrible for diving, not to mention they caused some of our dive crew to act ridiculous. I guess they were looking for their 15 minutes of fame...
At 7:35am on March 14, 2010, Bill Gardner said…
hi stepen diver, check out my page no worries, mate.

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