Re: [Skwrl] Aircraft insurers do NOT support "standardized wingsuit training via USPA"
In short, the answer to that question would really help those of us who don't know whether or not to support this.
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Again, I'd like to remind people that the WSI proposal is NOT singularly focused on training to eliminate tail-strikes.
That's only one small (though important) area of a standardized method of training it addresses.
I strongly encourage everyone to review the proposal in it's entirety and not get sidetracked with all the bantering over a single issue before making a choice whether to support it or not.
The proposed WSI standardized curriculum was assembled long before the aircraft insurer sent out the email to it's clients asking for a resolution to the tail-strike hull damage claims they were receiving.
The WSI program definitely addresses instruction in proper exit procedure...along with a multitude of other things that are and sometimes aren't currently being taught.
The program's intention is to monitor who is allowed to teach what to whom...nothing more. The intention is to put everyone involved on the same page, it makes perfect sense to do it earlier rather than later.
Wingsuit is currently and for the foreseeable future, the fastest growing discipline in the sport, if you can see the advantage of insuring uniformity regarding method & content of instruction...consider supporting it.
(This post was edited by airtwardo on Oct 7, 2012, 10:22 AM)
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