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8:38pm 01-26-2019
Douglas Baker
Just found this site. Fantastic ! John was a neighbour, Scott: Dive Club & Underwater Hockey League. And then there is Fred.

(ps: I am still diving, albeit tropical)
4:26pm 01-21-2019
Robert Wass
Great site!!
10:16am 01-06-2019
Sorry to truble you. LAR V is still unsold?i want to buy LAR.
4:44pm 01-04-2019
Interesting stuff!
5:35pm 12-07-2018
Jackson Seymore
A tremendous inspiration to anyone who aspires to breathe in a bag underwater.
1:04am 11-28-2018
Erven Cestnick
Brings back many memories.
3:36am 11-26-2018
good stuff
1:30am 11-17-2018
Brian Robinson
You see I still visit
1:32pm 10-13-2018
Anthony Appleyard
Much useful rebreather information
9:04am 08-17-2018
wow, nice to see something from the history of diving
2:24am 08-13-2018
Ian McLeod
King Hague was my diving instructor (NAUI) in the late 60s. Myself and several other members of the AquaY Scuba club traveled to Rossport when King drowned....
2:11am 08-13-2018
Tim Ruben
I was gifted a msa chemox a4 rebreather sans the canisters today, thank you for hosting information about it.

Its a scary device, I may be able to retrofit it with a compressed air tank and an adsorbent canister in place of the oxygen candle if I am unable to find serviceable canisters.
3:39pm 08-01-2018
Jerry Edgar
Thanks for the information i just aquired a Chemox and a Mckay that were used in the mining industry for Mine Rescue. Planning on putting them on display at our Mine Safety Training Center
7:17pm 07-19-2018
thank you for info
12:38pm 07-17-2018
Deborah Summers
Great site. Just one thing- Fred's last name is spelled Broennle. I was married to Fred and shared many of his adventures. As Maria said earlier, he was an amazing person. Too bad it is so difficult to find a copy of the NFB film "Drowning in Dreams". Myself and his sons would love a copy, especially Tug.There is so much history with Deep Diving Systems and the things they accomplished. It's too bad most people now in Thunder Bay have no idea of what was going on here back in the 70's and 80's with respect to diving, and the submersible he built called the Constructor.
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