A Message From Kiefer Sutherland

Check out the story NBC aired on Dive Warriors.  View

Listen to radio interview on My Awsome Empire show.  Listen

Listen to Dive Warriors’ Kyle Schneider and Sean Copley on KCAA.  Listen


At Dive Warriors we honor those brave men and women who have served their country and fought for our freedoms.  Our mission is to build confidence and self-esteem in veterans with disabilities through scuba diving.  Water and the feeling of weightless provides the perfect gravity-free environment

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Every day 22 Veterans take their lives. That’s a staggering statistic. That’s 8,000 a year…  one every 65 minutes.   After proudly serving our country many of them have returned with disabilities ranging from PTSD, traumatic brain injury, spinal injuries and loss of limbs.  They are our quiet warriors,

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I guess this all started on a dive boat in the Bahamas one day when I met a group of disabled veterans. They had a Divemaster with them who was darting back and forth between all the Vets helping them to get ready. Being a Divemaster myself I asked if there was anything I could do to help.

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NOV 15th
Radio Talk this Tuesday, November 15th @ 6:30 AM.
KCAA 1050 AM RADIO (The Brinker Show).
With Sean Copley and Kyle Schneider.

NOV 13th
Catalina Boat Dive

NOV 13th
KNBC will be airing a story on Dive Warriors airing on Channel 4 at 11pm

NOV 13th
Dive Warriors on KCAA 91.9 Saturday November 13 at 4pm.  Tune in.

NOV 12th
Veterans Day Event
We will have a booth and Kyle Schneider a Dive Warrior board member will be speaking. Come show your support.
1800 Western Ave
San Bernardino, CA


August 20, 2016

Bonaire, Caribbean

July 10, 2016

Catalina Island, CA

Dive Warriors is a non-profit charity dedicated to helping disabled veterans by offering training and diving excursions in the challenging sport of scuba diving, an activity which has proven to help with the rehabilitation process. It instills a sense of confidence and helps many with controlling their stress. The water creates a weightless environment for those struggling with physical impairments and offers them a freedom they can’t find on land.