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Why are incidents in USA not reported to USPA?

 

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Krip  (Student)

Sep 22, 2012, 11:09 AM
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Re: [Southern_Man] Why are incidents in USA not reported to USPA? [In reply to] Can't Post

Hi SM

Thats part of the problem with USPA and their GM program. USPA wasn't always like this.

If the DZ wants to get paid extra for filling out the paperwork then they souldn't be a USPAGM. I'm sure your aware that some S&TA are either DZO's or their employee's

But USPA was taken over by the DZO's a long time ago, they stole the brand, and use it as part of their marketing program. That horse left the barn a long time ago.

Bring on the tandems and AFF, become a liscensed jumper, rent our gear etc. Sly

You think you understand but you really don't. But this is the internet and your entitled to your opinion, Just like I'm entitled to mine. BTW before you send me a PM or want to argue I joined USPA in 1968.





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R.


mjosparky  (D 5476)

Sep 22, 2012, 3:42 PM
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Re: [Krip] Why are incidents in USA not reported to USPA? [In reply to] Can't Post

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Hi SM

Thats part of the problem with USPA and their GM program. USPA wasn't always like this.

If the DZ wants to get paid extra for filling out the paperwork then they souldn't be a USPAGM. I'm sure your aware that some S&TA are either DZO's or their employee's

But USPA was taken over by the DZO's a long time ago, they stole the brand, and use it as part of their marketing program. That horse left the barn a long time ago.

Bring on the tandems and AFF, become a liscensed jumper, rent our gear etc. Sly

You think you understand but you really don't. But this is the internet and your entitled to your opinion, Just like I'm entitled to mine. BTW before you send me a PM or want to argue I joined USPA in 1968.

Nail meet hammer.

Sparky




That is all
R.


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