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                                                        NOTICE! 
                   The   ASRARSASSN.ORG   wants you to join and be at our next reunion!

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                   ASR-ARS Assn  Officers 

buttonblue.gif (267 bytes)   President:           Jim Noble
buttonblue.gif (267 bytes)   Vice President:   ? ? 
buttonblue.gif (267 bytes)  Secretary-Treasurer:  ckmicele @ juno.com    Chuck Micele
buttonblue.gif (267 bytes)   Webmaster:   el_ticitl@ yahoo.com     E. "Doc"Riojas

     Ray Goodson   85,   died May 11, 2006    RIP

Harbor Clearance Unit 1:       Jack Faessler   webmaster

MARK V Monument Project:    webmaster is Chuck Lambert
         Bobby Hodges  Dies  October 16, 2005 in  New London CN.
     Navy Diver.Org   "Performance under Pressure"  a great website
    Joe Baimbridge Joe Baimbridge Picture Album  many great pictures and sea stories by Joe
      E. "Doc" Riojas  D.S.D.S. USNavy Gun Factory D.C.  School Notes of           Instructors
       Sea Story by Hyrum B. Mullikin (MDV) on Joe Tallarico (DV)
http://www.asrarsassn.0catch.com/gif/buttonblue.gif (267 bytes)     Twilight in the Med  a seastory by:    By Joe O?Rourke
http://www.asrarsassn.0catch.com/gif/buttonblue.gif (267 bytes)        ASR ARS   Roster removed after 9-11  for security reasons
buttonblue.gif (267 bytes)  ASR-ARS Reunion Y2K   Panama City  FL
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    (267 bytes) ASR Picture Album Diver's SeaStories & All your Emails and Pictures
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    (267 bytes)   Pictures of  Reunion  Sep 2001  in San Diego CA
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    (267 bytes)    The Assn's   Newsletter by chuck miclele   (when he sends it to me in HTML format only.)
  ASR-ARS Shipates Web Pages                 and Other  Diving  LINKS some very good pictures, go see if you recognize your ship or a shipmate
buttonblue.gif (267 bytes)   Continuation PHOTO Album      page TWO  
buttonblue.gif (267 bytes)   The Andrea Doria salvage   by  Danny Morse
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    (267 bytes)   Diving Medicine
buttonblue.gif (267 bytes)   USS Spikefish final voyage to bottom sea  by D. Morse
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    (267 bytes)   US Subvets of WarII
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    (267 bytes)    Jack Brown (DV)  in Korea   by  Jack Brown
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     bytes)   Diving  Bell  aboard  USS Coucal (ASR-8)     by E. Riojas
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     (267 bytes)  Diving Manual  on line.
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    (267 bytes)   Wiley Reuter  crossed Equator on USS COUCAL
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    (267 bytes)   Sinking of the USS Thresher   I was there:  E. Riojas with Mullikin
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     (267 bytes)   "The Buck stops HERE!" ckmicele @ Juno.com  Chuck Micele ASR-ARS Assn. Sec.-Treas.   his snail mail address and phone no. are in the Newsletter

             ASR Birds Collage please send me the ones that are missing. To el_ticitl @ yahoo.com

                        USS Skylark (ASR-20  formerly Yustaga (ATF-165)
                      Demolition Training at STUMP NECK EOD School
                      U.S. Navy Divers Medal of Honor Recipients
>              Navy SEALs Win/Lose
                     "Your"  LINK goes here,  email me at:  el_ticitl @ yahoo.com
 

Cornelius J. Leyden (DV)
Cornelius "Corny" J. Leyden, 72, a retired Master Chief in the U.S. Navy and a charter member of the UDT-SEAL Association, passed away September 22, 2001. Corny served with UDT 21 and 22 from the mid 1960s until he retired. He was an expert in diving and was responsible for the development and fielding of the diving rigs that the SEALs use today. Corny was also instrumental in the introduction of the Swimmer Delivery Vehicle to the Teams and the operational SEAL Delivery Vehicle of today.
He is survived by his loving wife, Dorothy E. Leyden; five daughters; two sons; 15 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; one sister; and two brothers. Cornelius "Corny" J. Leyden, 72, a retired Master Chief in the U.S. Navy and a charter member of the UDT-SEAL Association, passed away September 22, 2001. Corny served with UDT 21 and 22 from the mid 1960s until he retired. He was an expert in diving and was responsible for the development and fielding of the diving rigs that the SEALs use today. Corny was also instrumental in the introduction of the Swimmer Delivery Vehicle to the Teams and the operational SEAL Delivery Vehicle of today.
He is survived by his loving wife, Dorothy E. Leyden; five daughters; two sons; 15 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; one sister; and two brothers.

 

                     

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A Joke:
One day, a diver was enjoying the aquatic world 20 feet below sea level. He noticed a guy at the same depth he was, but he had on no scuba gear whatsoever.

 

The diver went below another 20 feet, but the guy joined him a few minutes later. The diver went below 25 feet, but minutes later, the same guy joined him. This confused the diver, so he took out a waterproof chalkboard set, and wrote, "How the heck are you able to stay under this deep without equipment?"

The guy took the board and chalk, erased what the diver had written, and wrote, "I'm drowning, you moron!"

 

 

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