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Skwrl  (C 36419)

Oct 7, 2012, 9:48 AM

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Re: [matthewcline] Aircraft insurers do NOT support "standardized wingsuit training via USPA"

Ah, thanks for your explanation, Matt. I was responding to an absolute statement with an exception. In other words, he said:

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EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THEM! * * * They either 1) did not know proper exit procedure in a wing suit, or 2) were incapable of doing a proper exit despite their knowledge, or 3) did not know the importance of doing a proper exit every single jump in a wing suit.

I was saying "No" in absolute terms, because in Steve's case it wasn't any of those three, it was a different issue (complacency).

There's a standard "how to" in the USPA SIM (Section 6-9). It walks through how a FFC should be taught and what should be covered. Could it be updated with input from the best and brightest? Sure.


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