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Brian Dickinson
Author . Speaker . US Navy Air Rescue Swimmer . Sponsored Athlete ⛏
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Brian Dickinson 3h
6 years in the US Navy, 2 tours in the Persian Gulf with HS-2 attached to the USS Constellation, conducting round the clock missions as a part of Operation Southern Watch. @usnavyrescue
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Replying to @ReeseW
Appreciate it Reese
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Seattle Sounders FC Nov 10
We've done it, Seattle! 🏆 We are the 2019 MLS Cup Champions!
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Brian Dickinson Nov 10
Memories from a lifetime ago. US Navy Air Rescue Swimmer, Anti-Submarine Warfare, Combat Search and Rescue, etc. So Others May Live
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Brian Dickinson Nov 10
Memories from a lifetime ago. US Navy Air Rescue Swimmer, Anti-Submarine Warfare, Combat Search and Rescue, etc. So Others May Live
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Brian Dickinson Nov 9
Hanging out in Pike Place Market.
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Jimmy Chin Nov 9
Finding the way along an alpine sidewalk in the Waddington Range, British Columbia.
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Jimmy Chin Nov 5
The fast lane is great and all…but the slow lane gives you more time to enjoy the view.
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Brian Dickinson Nov 5
The release of a new series from Kingdomworks Studios, featuring my Blind Descent re-enactment is targeted to release this spring.
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Seattle Seahawks Nov 3
OVERTIME W!!! ✅
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Brian Dickinson Nov 3
My former life...
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Brian Dickinson Nov 2
Date night with the lovely ❤️
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Brian Dickinson Nov 2
Start thinking about Christmas gifts! Blind Descent: Surviving Alone and Blind on Mount Everest by Brian Dickinson via
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Brian Dickinson Nov 2
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REI Oct 31
"Return to Mount Kennedy" merges the iconic punk rock scene of Seattle in the ‘90s with a classic mountaineering story that unfolds over the course of five decades. Watch the full film November 5.
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Brian Dickinson Nov 2
Getting outdoors is always a good idea...
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LandOfThe80s Nov 2
Was this cartoon part of your Saturday mornings?
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Brian Dickinson Oct 30
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Outside Magazine Oct 29
The previous record for climbing all 14 of the world's 8,000 meter peaks was just under eight years. Purja did it in six months.
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Brian Dickinson Oct 29
Replying to @SoundersFC
Nicely done!
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