Mr Challen was not on / involved in Expedition 'Job 74' itself, nor was the wreck 'penetrated' during said expedition. But he was later tasked by myself (on another excursion to the wreck altogether that I was not on) to examine and photograph the protruding port shaft, and hence of course took along a camera to photograph such and especially the flange on the end of the protruding port shaft that was missing a propeller (the flange which can be seen un-clearly from a video footage 'pull' from said Ex.J74 report), so it could be clearly shown to historian / author Mr John Roberts, as it was he that alerted us to the fact, post Ex.J74 that that flange should not be 'out there'.
Mr Challen then went on, as asked, to photograph the area around / inside the shaft exit point (the exact word for that exact area escapes me know) and then, on his own accord, being the expert cave diver that he is, somehow managed to wiggle past the next shaft flange and was then inside the shaft tunnel itself. And of course, once inside he continued on, thankfully, photographing from there on in. And the rest, as the say, is history.
And no excuse is/was made by me that because others do things then itís OK for me. But, understanding that point is based on reading skills being a fundamental requirement after all
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