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Starting a FUN 4-Way Team - 2004-05-14 by Ed Lightle

Starting a FUN 4-Way Team Many formation skydivers cannot afford a thousand training jumps a year. Some can't jump every weekend. Some are married with children. Some are students. Some live in the cooler climates and can ...
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Flying Techniques for New 4-Way Teams - 2013-07-09 by Ed Lightle

Flying Techniques for New 4-Way Teams 4-way is a group activity, so jumpers should learn it as a team. This article offers advice for doing just that. As such, it is geared toward jumpers new to 4-way, but you don’t have to be a student...
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Improving Your Sequential Skills - 2004-05-29 by Ed Lightle

Improving Your Sequential Skills I've seen a lot of skydivers who want to improve their sequential skills but don't quite know how to go about it. They jump their butts off but never seem to get any better.
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Learning to Fly With Weights - 2004-07-03 by Ed Lightle

Learning to Fly With Weights With today's fast fall rates, weights are essential for lighter weight jumpers. Small jumpsuits are not enough, especially when jumpers in the base are also wearing smaller jumpsuits. But it is not ...
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An Introduction to Piece Flying on Formation Skydives - 2010-11-04 by Ed Lightle

An Introduction to Piece Flying on Formation Skydives This article was first published in the August 2004 issue of Parachutist as “One Good Turn Deserves Another”. Since then, the article has been updated and improved.
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safety > Exit

Launching 2, 3 and 4-Way Stars for Recreational RW - 2010-09-14 by Ed Lightle

Funneled exits are bound to happen once in a while on recreational RW loads, but they do not have to be the norm. With the leadership of a good load organizer and thorough dirt dives, jumpers with...
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