The Five Men Who Were Perished on OceanGate Titan Submersible.

The Five Men Who Were Perished on OceanGate Titan Submersible.

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The US Coast Guard says those on board the Titan submersible died in an implosion after the loss of the pressure chamber.

These were the five men who were in the submersible.

Paul-Henri Nargeolet 

Paul-Henri Nargeolet, 73, was a former commander who served in the French Navy for 25 years.

During his service, he became the captain of the deep submergence group of the navy. He led several expeditions to the Titanic site and has been involved in numerous scientific and technical expeditions around the world.

Hamish Harding 

Pic: Jannicke Mikkelsen/Reuters

Pic: Jannicke Mikkelsen/Reuters

The British billionaire, 58, was the chairman of Action Aviation – a sales and operations company that offers a range of services in the business aviation industry.

Based in the United Arab Emirates – where Action Aviation headquarters is based – Mr Harding described himself on social media as a world explorer.

He holds the Guinness world record for the fastest circumnavigation of the Earth via the North and South Poles by an aircraft – 46 hours, 40 minutes and 22 seconds.

Shahzada Dawood 

The UK-based businessman Shahzada Dawood, 48, was on board Titan with his son, Suleman.

The Dawoods belong to one of Pakistan’s most prominent families, whose eponymous firm invests across the country in agriculture, industries and the health sector.

He was described by friends as a “great gentleman”.

Suleman Dawood 

The 19-year-old university student was the youngest passenger on board the Titan.  Suleman was a fan of science fiction literature, according to a statement from the Dawood Group. 

Stockton Rush

Stockton Rush was chief executive and founder of OceanGate Inc. Having trained as a pilot, he became the youngest jet transport rated pilot in the world at the age of 19.

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