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How to Spot In The Manner of a Boss

How to Spot In The Manner of a Boss - 2016-12-05 by Annette O'Neil  new 

Have you ever gotten off at the wrong bus stop? Probably. But did you turn around and blame the bus driver for your mistake? Probably not. As a skydiver, however, ...Read Moremore

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Para Gear Photo Submissions For Catalog #81 new 
2016-12-02 by

Para Gear is interested in photographic submissions that you may have for the 2017 - 2018 Para Gear Catalog #81. We have taken the time to briefly ...Read Moremore

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Skydiving Gift Ideas for Christmas 2016 new 
2016-12-01 by

It's that time of the year again, where we pull out the credit card and bite the bullet to bring some festive joy to our friends and family. But ...Read Moremore

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Learning About Weather: Part One - Choosing To Know More 
2016-11-29 by Joel Strickland

There is a lot to learn across your career as a skydiver. Expanding one’s brain is a process the starts right from the blocks and, if you are doing ...Read Moremore

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A Packing List For The Boogie-Bound 
2016-11-22 by Annette O'Neil

There are a number of ways to kneecap a boogie, and they often have something to do with your gear bag: a forgotten helmet that lands you in a ...Read Moremore

Skydiving Today

Skydiving is one of the most popular action sports known to adrenalin and adventure seekers alike. Most "bucket list" jumpers who simply want to experience the beauty of free fall once, will get their first introduction to skydiving through a tandem jump, sometimes also called a tandem skydive. It's not uncommon for people to move straight into AFF or static line training, the two most common skydiving training progression programs for students to become fully certified as skydivers and participate in the sport on their own terms.

Skydiving activities take place around drop zones or a skydiving center, usually found at an airport where aircraft takes groups of skydivers up into the air so they can perform their jumps. Aircraft vary in type and size depending on the size of the drop zone.