JOHN DUGGAN - NAUI/PADI/SSI/SDI/TDI
John has been diving for nearly 60 years and teaching for over 50. He was the director of all scuba training on Okinawa from 1969 to 1971. John is retired Air Force and opened Duggan Diving in 1991. He is author of numerous articles in Sources Magazine and published his first novel "Salem Express Legacy of Death" in 2007. John is still actively teaching and traveling holding the lowest teaching PADI number in the world.
RICHARD BURRIS - NAUI/SSI
TOM CARNES - NAUI
Tom was certified as a PADI Open Water Diver in early 1985. His first 27 dives were in the warm clear waters of the Philippines, where he also completed his Advanced Open Water Diver, Equipment Specialist and Rescue Diver certifications. Years later, Tom crossed over to NAUI and received his Master Scuba Diver and NITROX certifications, and then moved into the realm of professional certifications. He became a NAUI Dive Master and then earned his NAUI Instructor certification in December 2004.
ROBERT DAY - NAUI/SSI
ORLANDO GILL - NAUI/SSI
Orlando started diving in 2005 as part of his recovery after his injury during combat operations. He got his open water certification in the beautiful island of Bonaire. Since then he has dove in Cozumel, Costa Maya, Florida and several sites throughout Texas. He also did cage diving in Guadalupe Island with great whites. He was certified as an Adaptive Instructor in 2012 with Duggan Diving. Orlando is a retired Army veteran.
KEN HEAD - NAUI Technical Instructor
Ken began diving in 2011, and has devoted most of his spare time furthering his education in the scuba industry. He certified open water in our local Comal River and Canyon Lake and began scuba travel right away. Ken’s passion for Technical Diving and helping other divers understand the “higher level” of training has earned him his Instructor Rating. He is a NAUI Technical Diving Instructor. Ken recently purchased a Prism 2 Rebreather and is continuing his SCUBA Education.
LEE LARSON - NAUI
Lee was certified as a PADI Open Water Diver in 1997. Since that time, he and his wife have dived nearly every Caribbean island, Belize, Fiji, Philippines, Red Sea, Galapagos Islands, Indonesia, French Polynesia, and the Hawaiian Islands. Lee earned his NAUI Instructor in 2017. His passion is training adaptive scuba and certifying Wounded Warriors through the Center for the Intrepid at Fort Sam Houston Army Post in San Antonio, Texas. Lee is retired U.S. Air Force with 30 years of service.
BRYAN (SQUIRREL) REISCH - NAUI/SSI
TERRY THOMAS - PADI/NAUI/SDI/SSI
EDDIE WARD - NAUI/SSI
Eddie began diving in 2015 through the adaptive scuba program. He earned his instructor certification in 2017. Eddie is a retired Army veteran.
DAVE WILLIAMS - NAUI