I have to admit something to all of you…I feel as though we have come to know each other fairly well… we Facebook, blog, email, Tweet, and connect in all other kinds of ways… Thus, I can be honest with y’all in every possible way… I have never been diving before.
Ok, Ok…get the sharp inhales of oxygen, the gasps of horror, and the general bemused looks out of your systems. I told you that I was going to be honest. There are a lot of things still on my Bucket List. Hey I’m only going to be 25 this month! (But if anyone asks—tell them I’m 22 if I’m a day—wink ; -)
I’m sure you are all wondering why I’m confessing this now. Why confess it at all? Well, partly because I have been rereading my college papers on the subgenera of confessional poetry; and, partly because Morse Diving, Inc has just released the Mark V Manual: the official manual of guidelines for the US Navy regarding proper use of the US NAVY diving system. As all of my Morse Diving buddies know, the Mark V Diving helmet is probably our most prominent product. Before Morse Diving and the US Navy released the manual I had no clue what the Mark V was really for (mock if you will, I was born blonde and have accepted that fact). But now, all I have to do to sound intelligent, well-versed in Navy/Diving jargon, or just super cool is buy a copy of the US Navy Diving Manual!
The US NAVY DIVING Manual features:
Free shipping WORLDWIDE
Beautifully Detailed Diagrams
This is NOT a HOW-TO Guide to build a helmet! This is an in-depth procedural manual on Surface-Supplied Diving — very technical:)
Call 1-781-7772, email firstname.lastname@example.org, and/ or visit http://www.morsediving.com/ to get your copy today! Get a copy of the Mark V Manual if: you have a Mark V system, if you want to impress a good looking girl or guy at a party, if you are a diving or Military collector, if you like manuals, or for the detailed descriptions and diagrams that will literally make you smarter—Savvy!
For more information and to check out the specks on the manual—go to: http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.2021910560065.108976.1612991948&l=b56c44b131
“Till Next Time