Personnelman Seaman Kati Garner was the first woman to become a Navy scuba diver in U.S. military history (1973). After Garner graduated scuba school, she received her diploma and her Navy diver badge. Garner was assigned to Coronado Air Station, California, where she taught survival at sea to air crewmen and pilots. She later worked at the Navy Marine Mammal Program in the training detachment.
2 March 2023 at 21:40
It’s nice to see the site recognizing women during Women’s History Month. Keep it up!
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3 March 2023 at 00:26