3331

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3331 last won the day on August 14 2019

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Gear

  • Container Other
    Racer
  • Main Canopy Size
    164
  • Main Canopy Other
    Firebolt
  • Reserve Canopy Other
    Swift Plus 145
  • AAD
    Cypres

Jump Profile

  • Home DZ
    Deland, Z-Hills and Greene County Xenia Ohio.
  • License
    D
  • License Number
    3331
  • Licensing Organization
    USPA
  • Number of Jumps
    5500
  • Tunnel Hours
    10
  • Years in Sport
    49
  • First Choice Discipline
    Formation Skydiving
  • First Choice Discipline Jump Total
    5500
  • Second Choice Discipline
    Formation Skydiving
  • Freefall Photographer
    No

Ratings and Rigging

  • Static Line
    Instructor
  • USPA Coach
    No
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    No
  • Wingsuit Instructor
    No

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  1. I was on the National Skydiving Museum Committee with Bill Ottley and Chris Needles from 2002 to 2006. From the beginning of the Museum and Hall of Fame project all agreed no financial burden would be on the USPA Members. The Museum would stand alone financially from donations and charging admission. Building cost started at $5,000,000 on FREE land next to USPA HQ in Fredericksburg Virginia. Now we don’t know what the building will cost on land that’s not free in a third location in Orlando. Giving our dues money to the International Skydiving Museum building should be voted by the Members, not by the BOD who are supposed to represent the Members. Hall of Fame project all agreed NO financial burden would be on the USPA Members. The Museum and Hall of Fame would stand alone financially from donations and charging admission. Building cost started at $5,000,000 on FREE land next to USPA HQ in Fredericksburg Virginia. Now it $16,000,000 on land that’s not FREE in a third location in Orlando. I was on the National Skydiving Museum Committee with Bill Ottley and Chris Needles from 2002 to 2005. From the beginning of the Museum and Hall of Fame project all agreed NO financial burden would be on the USPA Members. The Museum and Hall of Fame would stand alone financially from donations and charging admission. Building cost started at $5,000,000 on FREE land next to USPA HQ in Fredericksburg Virginia. Now it $16,000,000 on land that’s not FREE in a third location in Orlando. Giving our dues money to the International Skydiving Museum should be voted by the Members, not by the BOD who are supposed to represent the Members. And that’s just a Giving our dues money to the International Skydiving Museum should be voted by the Members, not by the BOD who are supposed to represent the Members. And that’s just a start about what I know.
  2. Firebolt main from Parachute Labs in DeLand Florida. It's the softest opening canopy I've ever jumped. Call them (386)734-JUMP (5867).
  3. Al King was elected by the USPA BOD to the National Director position.
  4. This is not a USPA museum; still the trustees want USPA money to stay solvent.
  5. Right there at your Home DZ Perris. https://square1.com/product-category/helmets/
  6. Check out the “Firebolt” from Parachute Laboratories Inc. in DeLand Florida. I have a Firebolt 164. The Firebolt is the best all around canopy I’ve ever jumped since the Cruiselite by Para Flite. It’s designed for soft on heading openings and easy landings. You won’t have any problems with a Firebolt of any size. http://plabsinc.com/
  7. Get a Racer from "Parachute Labs Inc." in DeLand Florida, the waiting time is only 4 to 6 weeks. And the Racer reserve deployment is the fastest. I’ve had four reserve rides using my Racer, the malfunctions were caused by paid packers. Every reserve deployment was fast.
  8. Please read attached Email. International Skydiving Museum.doc
  9. Check out the Firebolt from Parachute Labs in DeLand. I have a Firebolt 164, best all around canopy I’ve ever jumped. It’s designed for soft openings on heading and easy landings. You won’t have any problems with a Firebolt of any size.
  10. This is not a USPA museum; still the trustees want USPA money to stay solvent.
  11. He was dedicated to USPA Members and a sane voice on the BOD. He was one of the nine BOD members who voted no on wasting any USPA money for the Skydiving Museum building.
  12. We'll miss you Gary. He was a rock of stability on the USPA BOD.
  13. He was 86. We’ll miss you Dave.
  14. Ian Head was a body double for Mick Jagger in the 1970 film ‘Performance’.