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matthewcline

A little Help Please

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Hey all, if I could have a moment.

I have just co-authored an article on skydiving to be run in our post paper the Fort Campbell Courier.

But I don't have any good quality pics for the article.

I am looking for large, good quality shots of;

an AFF exit (LVL 1 or 2)
an AFF (LVL 1 or 2) freefall head on
a Tandem exit
a Tandem freefall
a Tandem landing
Staticline exit
solo student landing
and student training (Type of FJC is not important)

Any shots used would get full credit in the article (Photographer and DZ location of course) and I will try to get a copy of the article to any one who has a photo used.

I am not a paid writer (can you tell:$), I am doing this as a favor for the soldiers on post who have been asking me a lot lately about skydiving and how to get started.

Feel free to send the photos to my e-mail;

matthew.sean.cline@campbell.army.mil

or

matthew.sean.cline@us.army.mil

Thank You for your consideration,
An Instructors first concern is student safety.
So, start being safe, first!!!

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According to my mil account info, I have no limit on attachment size, that being said I have had a few folks in the past try to send me large files (sat map etc) that didn't go through but I think it may have bee nfrom the sending end of things.

Kelli (the editor) said bigger is better.

I do hope she was refering to the photos:P.
An Instructors first concern is student safety.
So, start being safe, first!!!

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http://www.campbell.army.mil/fcspa/Tandemexit.htm

from your back yard. This was shot in `96, over Son DZ, and was published in the FTCKY paper. I`m the TM, Jim Rhorman (101 Pathfinders at the time) is the passenger, Robert Glass (5th SFG) is the solo exiter. Pat Garber is the photographer ( I think).

Hit the back button and you´ll find other photos that are along the lines you´re looking for, though probably not of high enough quality to txfr to the paper.

Too bad FCSPA went away, quite a loss for those eligble to participate.

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