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Clearance Diver is the British Navy's official name for the usual sort of general-purpose naval work diver. For a long time they usually used the Siebe Gorman CDBA rebreather. The name refers to them clearing away wreckage and mines. The Royal Navy is the navy of the United Kingdom. ... The Siebe Gorman CDBA from three angles The Clearance Divers Breathing Apparatus (CDBA) is a type of rebreather made by Siebe Gorman in England. ... Inspiration closed circuit diving rebreather Description A rebreather is a type of breathing equipment that provides a breathing gas containing oxygen and recycles exhaled gas. ... A naval mine is a stationary self-contained explosive device placed in water, to destroy ships and/or submarines. ...


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Full face diving mask - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (878 words)
Full-face diving masks are used in professional diving, to allow the diver to communicate with the surface and to protect the diver's face from polluted water.
In recreational diving, they are also used to protect the face from cold water or stings, such as from jellyfish or coral, and to prevent the discomfort derived from gripping a mouthpiece between the teeth for long periods.
Some divers accustomed to open-circuit scuba get into a habit of casually letting small amounts of water leak in between the lips and the mouthpiece and blowing it out the next time the diver exhales.
Clearance Diving Team - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (96 words)
A Clearance Diving Team is a type of naval diving group.
Clearance Diving Team (RAN) for Australian naval divers.
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