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i am hispanic and im in love with commercial diving,have done work mostly on bridges . the longest bridge the chesapeake bay bridge, i am glad to say i am the only female diver to work on this bridge. i love my job.
"ONLY THOSE WHO WILL RISK GOING TOO FAR CAN POSSIBLY FIND OUT HOW FAR ONE CAN GO ".
dive a lot and often
crazy& insane, hold on i thought it said certifiable. a.d.c certified and got my training at c.b.s.d
have been dive since 2001 and started commercial diving 2005
commercial diver, rescue dive , search and rescue, c.p.r for pro. rescuer instructor ,E.M.T basic , dive sup. , salvage expert ,W.S.I. , L.G.I, water saftey instructor for army , life guard instructor for army .
tech and commercial
# of Logged Dives:
I'm a Fish!
Six - Ten Years
k.m.27 , lots and lots of wet suit to many to count . my favorite dive knife caught a flounder wit it .
This is a story that really happened to me in the infant stages of my commercial diving career. I left my comfy D.O.D ( Department of Defense) job for the Army. Along with my 401K, paid leave and sick days, Full benefits. Yes i was nuts ,But diving was my passion . I had but so many good yrs left. I started out late in life . Most of my commercial diver co-workers at my age where looking to get out of the water and become dive supervisors, ROV operators, Dive medics and so on. I had to