Miller, Ph.D., AQ
A true champion
and pioneer of undersea habitation, Dr. James Miller is the founder
of the brilliant Tektite Missions (1969-1970) which were his brainchild.
He served Tektite I as Deputy Project Director and Tektite II as Project
Director. He also served the SEALAB II missions as a civilian
Director of Psychological Programs. Dr. Miller was the Director of
Ocean Technology for the Department of the Interior prior to the formation
of NOAA. He was also an aquanaut crewmember for the La Chalupa
Missions in 1973-1974. Dr. Miller is the co-author of the most
important book written on the first phase of human undersea habitation,
Living and Working in the Sea.
Miller has been an advisor for this enterprise from the first days
of its existence.