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  1. Here is an in-depth review of Brian Germain's online coaching service for skydivers (both beginners and advanced), which I've been a member of for a year. I'm not getting any commission for this, and no one asked me to write it. The Network is nothing like I thought it would be, and I wish a review like this was available when I first heard of it. I would have joined much earlier! Hopefully this helps others make a more informed decision. Questions, feedback, and grammar police welcome! Happy to add and clarify things. Warning: it's *very* in depth :-). Maybe read the first two sections and then skim all the headings to see what details you're interested in. https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vSf8548z4FrC7PJ5dKoXbRpdYz9CwWq8WywXRvBHRT4T2sUN3appsa7FSQJMNSfnXjxqOLZAsOk6kzj/pub
  2. Hi! I'm looking for stories of canopy collisions/ wraps/ entanglements ABOVE 2000 feet where both skydivers stay conscious after impact and NOT involving CRW. Anyone know of any? What I tried already: I read all the USPA incident reports in the canopy collision category and found only low-altitude collisions, CRW, or people going unconscious. I then did a Google search and a search in the Incidents section of this forum. The problem is so many results are low-altitude (pattern) collisions that I'd have to spend time going through them all, and I can't think of a way to filter those out. The purpose is a discussion of whether or not some simplified CRW-style emergency procedures (such as these) would be useful for all skydivers to know. Thanks!
  3. All but one of these links are broken for me. Anyone have some updated ones? :) My contribution that I found randomly: https://britishskydiving.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/British-Skydiving-CF-Coaching-Manual-1.pdf