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X-Ray Mag #46

January 13, 2012 - 00:18
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Diving with Dinosaurs -- Nile Crocs of Botswana with Amos Nachoum; South Africa safari to Aliwal Shoal and Protea Banks; Alaska Adventure from Juneau to Sitka; Diving in the Jungle -- Samar, Philippines; South Pacific Adventure to St. Helena and Ascension; Sidemount Workshop; Crustaceans: Gladiators of the Sea; Shark attack myths, with Andy Murch; Gary Gentile interview; Close Up and Macro Photography, with Lawson Wood; Anemones and coral bleaching; Plus news and discoveries, equipment and training news, books and media, underwater photo and video equipment, turtle news, shark tales, whale tales and much more...

Diving with Dinosaurs -- Nile Crocs of Botswana with Amos Nachoum

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Alaska - Juneau to Sitka

January 15, 2012 - 15:21
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A dive trip to the U.S. State of Alaska is a true adventure, both above and below the surface. The rich green waters of the Pacific Northwest are full of life and photographic opportunities. The liveaboard dive boat, Nautilus Swell, is a great way to experience Southeast Alaska.

Before embarking on the Nautilus Swell, there was a chance to spend a few days in Juneau. This town started as a gold-mining camp in 1880. When Alaska became the 49th state of the United States in 1959, Juneau became the capital.

B17 Black Jack Wreck

December 21, 2011 - 23:42
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page 87

Lying undisturbed in the deep water just off the fringing reef from the remote village of Boga Boga on the tip of Cape Vogel, is what many consider to be the best aircraft wreck in Papua New Guinea and possibly the world.

The wreck is the B-17F “Black Jack”, serial number 41-24521, and one of the first Flying Fortress bombers built at the Boeing factory in Seattle during WWII.

Sidemount Workshop – a matter of comfort

January 15, 2012 - 15:59
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page 56

When I started scuba diving, I became aware of the limitations of an injured body. Every time I carried a scuba tank, the acute pain in my lower back and shoulders increased, and it took a long time for the pain to go away. I did not want to give up scuba diving, so I looked for a solution and found one—diving sidemount.

The best time of my life was when I competed in track and field as a teenager, in college and as a young adult. I continue to engage in sports today, including cross-country skiing, snowboarding, table tennis, basketball and many other sports.

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