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CSPA solo license recognized by USPA?

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Hi guys! I posted this in the French section but no answers yet so I figured I would ask to more peoples. I have my CSPA solo license and 30 jumps so far, but right now I'm in Fort Rucker AL and I wouldn't mind taking advantage of a early summer weather (compare to Quebec) and get some jumps around here. Is my solo recognized here in the States and will I be able to jumps while I here. THX

J-S
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It is not recognised, but go talk to the DZ. I jumped in Deland on my Solo. They checked my logbook and asked a few questions that's it. I think I had about 35 jumps at the time. Someone else I know travelled down with 15 jumps and had to do a checkout jump with an AFF instructor. She was happy and gave the OK.

Hope that helps.

-Michael

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Thx man. I will check out the closest dz from here and get there asap :) I'm not supposed to jump while here since my bosses are not approving since I could have to quit training if I get injured but what they don't doesn't hurt them lol.

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as long as his cspa membership is paid up, he's covered.




Pretty sure CSPA membership only covers third party liability.

I was talking about personal medical / health insurance incase of skydiving related injury.
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Thx man. I will check out the closest dz from here and get there asap :) I'm not supposed to jump while here since my bosses are not approving since I could have to quit training if I get injured but what they don't [know] doesn't hurt them lol.



As long as they don't know it. But if you lose the dice-toss and are injured - thus blowing your cover - you run the risk of getting fired. Are a few jumps worth losing your job over?

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