Eric Greene: I’ve been a Navy Diver for about three years now. Lovin’ every minute of it – still learning, definitely still learning but lovin’ every minute of it. The reason I wanted to join the Navy is, ah, I just wanted to serve my country, It’s definitely something that, ya know, you want your family to be proud of. Andres Soto: Being a Navy Diver’s been the best decision I’ve ever made in my life. I’m very happy that I got the opportunity to go to a dive school for it and come out a Navy Diver. Ya know it’s not an easy job to have, so you gotta have people that can meet the challenge. Gary Wyre: It’s definitely just about being, uh, finding out who you are, what you’re made of, and what you can do with your life, and how deep you can reach within yourself to become something. I think that’s something that the Navy teaches you without teaching you. Andres Soto: I can’t wait ’till the next job to open up the opportunity for me to show what I’m worth and see what I can do, and what I can learn. Eric Green: This is my job so I take it very seriously and the guys around me do the same. I definitely love what I do, ya know, I come to work everyday, I get to dive. I get to hang out with guys that have been through things that I know that I’ve been through. It’s an awesome community. Gary Wyre: It’s about doing something more than your average 9-5. It’s about doing something that people will never know about, people will never understand, that matters. Ya know, about getting ships out to sea so they can go and protect the sea trade and present our forces afloat. That’s what it’s about. That’s what it means to me is to say, ya know, I’ve got a brotherhood. And it’s a real brotherhood. And it’s a loyal and honest brotherhood. And that’s what matters.