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Paul Kuntne tries to dive down as he Snuba's for the first time off the coast of Roatan, Honduras on December 25, 2012. Snuba is an underwater breathing system. The air, however, instead of coming from tanks strapped to the diver's back, comes through a long hose from tanks on pontoon rafts on the surface. Paul retired from the Coast Guard where he served as part of the Presidential Honor Guard.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Jeremy T. Lock)
Photo by: Jeremy Lock, MSgt, USAF
Paul Kuntne tries to dive down as he Snuba's for the first time off the coast of Roatan, Honduras on December 25, 2012. Snuba is an underwater breathing system. The air, however, instead of coming from tanks strapped to the diver's back, comes through a long hose from tanks on pontoon rafts on the surface. Paul retired from the Coast Guard where he served as part of the Presidential Honor Guard. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Jeremy T. Lock)

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