Diving news and announcements.
In 2018, FKNMS partnered with the Florida Public Archaeology Network (FPAN) to train participants to become Submerged Heritage Monitoring Scouts (SHMS).
Meet the new OMAO Deputy Line Office Diving Officer.
NOAA Divers in Connecticut are installing GoPro cameras to record fish activity around oyster cages.
Hollis and Oceanic diaphragm-style regulators purchased or serviced between October 1, 2017 and May 25, 2018 have been recalled by the manufacturer.
From June 2-8, the Office of National Marine Sanctuaries is partnering with Diving With a Purpose to map a shipwreck at Molasses Reef in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary (FKNMS).
In this issue: SEP Updates, NOAA Dive Log Goes Live, New UDS, Highlights from the NDCSB Annual Meeting
The NOAA Diving Center in Seattle, WA is looking for a Training Specialist to train divers, oversee diving activities, supervise hyperbaric operations, and maintain diving equipment.
In this issue: Regulator updates, DMS delays, Dive Log, NDCSB Annual Meeting, RDML Gallaudet, Chamber at IRC, Tech Diving, NDC Classes, NDP Featured, Next NDCSB Meeting, Snapshot from the Field.
To prolong the life of your diving equipment there is one thing you can do that will make a huge difference: rinse it with freshwater!
NOAA Divers have reported problems with their Atomic SS1 inflation caps. This safety bulletin provides information and a list of required actions issued by the NDCSB.