DIVING AND THE DIVING SCHOOL
By Lieutenant Commander E. W. Strother, U. S. Navy
There are three books on diving that cover the subject as completely as possible at the present stage of development of diving. These books are: "Diving Manual 1916," "Report on Diving Tests 1915," and a "Report of a committee on Deep Water Diving to the British Admiralty" published in 1907. The purpose of this article is not to try to cover the subject of deep water diving, but to bring to the attention of the service the fact that a diving school has been established at the torpedo station, to outline the work that the diving school is doing, and to touch on the most important parts of diving, which are all more thoroughly treated in the above-mentioned books.