Course Outline

It is always important to attach your alternate air source (AAS) in the triangular area between your chin and rib cage. Then, if you need air, the AAS can be easily found.

  • Unfortunately, the AAS can become detached from the BCD and fall behind your back.
  • To recover your AAS, use the same method as you would for recovering your primary regulator.
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