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Men in Rubber Suits!

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  • Men in Rubber Suits!

    What more can I say. That's me second from the right in the days when I used to jump in to RV with subs, not try to Click image for larger version

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  • #2
    So you were a Diver for the U.S. ? :)

    Just pullin' your flipper, Sir!
    Last edited by Sublime; 05-25-2014, 12:15 PM.


    • #3
      I wish. That's an Australian SF patrol but virtually everything that we are wearing (and the aircraft behind us) came from the US of A. I think I even got that smile from a guy in Team Six!


      • #4
        U.S. DIVERS is a brand name of wet-suits and other types of diver's gear.

        Resident Luddite


        • #5
          I always have to wonder about someone with a big smile on their face, when they are about to jump out of a perfectly good airplane....almost as bad a someone bailing out of a perfectly good submarine while down under.