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Launching RQ-4 Global Hawks

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PADI Pro, from Guam.

Is not upset about anyone's posts from 1997. Why are you? Feb 20, 2016

Pullmyfinger was last seen:
Feb 27, 2021
    1. Joshua Woods
      Joshua Woods
      the halcyon eos light will you sell just the light separate?
    2. Yuo YEUNG
      Yuo YEUNG
      Sold out your halcyon eos mini or not?
      1. Pullmyfinger
        Yes. I still have it.
        Mar 27, 2017
    3. Pullmyfinger
      Is not upset about anyone's posts from 1997. Why are you?
    4. chironomidkraut
      My email is .ca
    5. chironomidkraut
      Clear your inbox I can't send u any more messages
    6. dmcutter
      I had a Honda CBR400RR that I bought out in town at Moriyama-san ' s shop. I tried to bring it home to the states but customs kept it because it wasnt homulgated. Oh well. I am glad I got to spend a year there. Never would have been in Japan otherwise. I only wish I had been diving when I was stationed there.
    7. dmcutter
      Iwakuni! I was with Det C, MWSG 17 from 84 to 85. I had a motorcycle and road with a local club, also did the conversational English teaching gig in Hiroshima.
    8. p1p
      it was great duty though, have many fond memories of the 2 1/2 years I spent there.
    9. p1p
      Saw you are stationed over in Iwakuni... I was stationed there 77-79, was good duty back then. I used to runup to Hiroshima 2 times a week teaching english, and meeting japanese girls, regular runs to Hikari beach during the summer, and visit the great water/swim holes up in the mountains. I wonder if the the ville outside the main gate still looks the same... :) Back then was overrun with bars, and indian tailors...
    10. SoccerJeni
      I just had to tell you your name made me laugh :)
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    Launching RQ-4 Global Hawks
    Certification Agencies:
    Dive History:
    Florida, Alaska (x3), Guam (3 years), Yap, Palau (x2), Chuuk lagoon, UAE. I am now living in Japan so I dive a lot locally.
    Certification History:
    PADI Instructor, PSAI COPIS CCR Diver, SSI Limited Trimix, Advanced Wreck, TDI Advanced Nitrox/Decompression Procedures, GUE Fundamentals, and DPV1. I fell in love with diving and the people I have met along the way. I love everything about it; it changed my life and opened up many opportunities for me.
    Certification Level:
    PADI Instructor. PSAI COPIS Technical CCR Diver, SSI Trimix and Adv. Wreck, TDI AN/DP. GUE DPV 1.
    # of Logged Dives:
    200 - 499
    Dive Classification:
    Instructor / Assistant Instructor / Dive Master / Dive Con
    Years Certified:
    Ten Or More Years
    Dive Equipment:
    Dive X Cuda 400, and Halcyon T-16 DPVs. Buoyancy- Single tank rig=X-Deep and Dive Rite BP/W rigs for students. I also dive a Halcyon Eclipse 30. Doubles rigs=Halcyon Evolve 40.
    Gas- Apeks Tek3 regs, Dive Rite XT, Mares Abyss and Fusion 52X
    Exposure- Santi eMotion; BZ200 and Summer undergarments. Aqualung 3mm and 5mm wetsuits.
    Analysis- Oxycheq expedition and an El Cheapo.
    Vision-Halcyon, Scuba Pro, IST and Mares masks.
    Lighting-Halcyon Flare, Halcyon EOS Mini, Gulftex Photon Torpedos and Halcyon Scout back up lights.
    Depth and time- Uwatec bottom timers, Shearwater Perdix and Shearwater Predator.
    Navigation-Suunto SK-7.
    Propulsion-Jets, Mares Avanti Quattro and Power Plana fins.
    Rebreather Type:
    Rebreather Experience:
    • Megalodon
    Diving Rebreathers Since:
    Nov 2013.
    I maintain and launch UAVs for 'Murica.
    I previously worked in Japan as a machinist, and aircraft sheet metal mechanic; I deployed throughout the year to aircraft carriers, Afghanistan, Kuwait, and to other interesting places. I'm a PADI Instructor. I have also taken TDI Advanced Nitrox/Decompression Procedures, the GUE Fundamentals course, PSAI COPIS CCR, SSI limited Trimix, and Advanced Wreck.

    In addition to diving, I am into photography (mostly portraits.), Archery, Jiu Jitsu, golf and outrigger canoe paddling.
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