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Dive in!

Coast Guard diving is a small community; 60-billeted positions are augmented by only a handful of trainees each year. In addition to rigorous dive training and the maintaining of peak physical fitness, Coast Guard divers are expected to excel in academia, particularly in underwater physics and medicine.

Coast Guard diving is a small community; 60-billeted positions are augmented by only a handful of trainees each year. In addition to rigorous dive training and the maintaining of peak physical fitness, Coast Guard divers are expected to excel in academia, particularly in underwater physics and medicine. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd

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Diving into operations

Diver puts fins on

A Regional Dive Locker East Diver signals how much air he has remaining. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Michael Anderson. Written by Petty Officer 2nd Class Michael Anderson, Coast Guard Deployable Operations Group. One second, five seconds, 30 seconds, the clock ticks away. Bubbles occasional rise to the surface from under

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Coast Guard Regional Dive Locker East

Post Written by Petty Officer Second Class Amir Lawal Coast Guard Dive Locker?? You may be wondering why the Coast Guard has a dive locker or maybe even what it is. Well let me tell you, it’s just about one of the coolest jobs in the Coast Guard. The Coast Guard has two dive lockers,

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