I've been following along for awhile and there are some good points made on both sides. How about instead of re education, make the offending jumper go to the first jump course and talk to the students about his lose of altitude awareness and the consequences of losing altitude awareness. Talk to the students about how and why it happened etc etc. It's not exactly re education, but it is educating up and coming jumpers and making them be on the DZ when they can't jump, and really making them think about what they did wrong etc. Kind of like getting sentenced to community service for the first time offenders of a DUI, having to talk to high school kids about it. Just a suggestion.
(This post was edited by JustaBill on Oct 16, 2004, 9:42 AM)
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() on Oct 16, 2004, 9:42 AM