Re: [kmills0705] Why is static line a dying discipline?
I have dropped more than 2000 students in S/L years ago and I can say there is some advantage using such a method. As a jumpmaster when using S/L you always can start the deployment earlier manually by pulling at the S/L when the student exit isn't stable and before he/she flips completely over. In few occasion I have seen the student being put back on his belly due to the S/L tension when he had started to fall sideway. This is not possible when the IAD is used.
(This post was edited by erdnarob on Sep 30, 2012, 12:30 PM)
Post edited by erdnarob
() on Sep 30, 2012, 12:30 PM