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Type: Media: Document

This form . This form is required to attend a NOAA Diving Program training class. This form must be completely filled out and signed by the applicant's Unit Diving Supervisor in order to be accepted.

Completed Liability Release...

Type: Media: Document

This form documents the results of the prospective NOAA Diver candidate's initial swim test. This swim test and form is required to attend a NOAA Diving Program training class. This form must be completely filled out and signed by the...

Type: Media: Document

This is the initial request form for a prospective NOAA Diver candidate to attend a NOAA Diving Program training class, due at minimum 60 business days before class begins. This form must be completely filled out and signed by the...

Type: Media: Document

Drysuit Layering Guidelines

Type: Media: Document

This is the gear list for the NOAA Diver course, including the strongly recommended items for non-NOAA divers to bring. If there are any changes to this list, all accepted students will be informed before their course start date. 

If you...

Cmdr. Eric Johnson conducting a dive in Hawaii during his time aboard NOAA Ship Hi'ialakai
October 10, 2019
Type: Media: Article

Meet the new OMAO Deputy Line Office Diving Officer.

Cmdr. Eric Johnson conducting a dive in Hawaii during his time aboard NOAA Ship Hi'ialakai
October 10, 2019
Type: Media: Image

Cmdr. Eric Johnson conducting a dive in Hawaii during his time aboard NOAA Ship Hi'ialakai.

November 28, 2018
Type: Media: Document

This document lists the changes to the NDSSM which became effective on November 28, 2018.

A diver holding a striped baton underwater over a portion of a shipwreck
August 15, 2018
Type: Media: Article

In 2018, FKNMS partnered with the Florida Public Archaeology Network (FPAN) to train participants to become Submerged Heritage Monitoring Scouts (SHMS).

A diver underwater holding a clipboard
July 19, 2018
Type: Media: Image

Florida Public Archaeology Network Archaeologist Rachael Kangas demonstrates data collection techniques at Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary during the Submerged Heritage Monitoring Scout class. 

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