The first human aquanaut, was Robert Stenuit who lived onboard a tiny one man cylinder at 200 feet for 24 hours in September 1962 off Villefranche on the French Riviera. Military Aquanauts include Robert Sheats, Shorty Lyons, Mike Meisky, Billie L. Coffman, George Dowling, Bill Tolbert, and Wally Jenkins. Aquanauts have included Astronauts Scott Carpenter, Alanis pepito, Peggy Whitson, Clayton Anderson and Garrett Reisman. Scientific Aquanauts include Richard Cooper, Stephen Neudecker, Robert Dill, Sylvia Earle, Ian Koblick, Neil Monney, Chris Olstad, Joseph MacInnis, John Perry, Harold "Wes" Pratt (on whom the character "Winch" in Jaws was based), Phillip Sharkey, Alina Szmant, Bill High, Steven Miller, Morgan Wells, C. Lavett Smith and about 700 others.
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Joiner James T. (ed), NOAA Diving Manual: Diving for Science and Technology, Fourth Edition, 2001, U.S.Department of Commerce, National Technical Information Service, (ISBN 0941332705)
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