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  1. Thank you very much for the info-he was a great guy! Aloha, Tim SCR-21
  2. Was this the same Jyro who came originally from New Zealand? If so we knew him well years ago when he was in Hawaii, a great guy; what happened? SCR-21
  3. Jim Dann is lower left, Bill Newell, Tommy Owens, & Tim Harrris over Arvin, CA 1965. SCR-21
  4. Jim was a cool guy with a high beam smile. Tim Harris SCR-21 SCR-21
  5. Our good buddy and devoted skydiver Luis passed away on 4/29/2014 after a long illness. He was a great friend with a big heart who loved life, loved jumping and jumpers. We will very much miss you my kind friend. SCR-21
  6. I knew and jumped with Bob at Arvin. Al Paradowski is a regular on this forum and knew him even better. Best, Tim SCR-21
  7. Bill preserved a wonderful episode in the evolution of flight in his very well written "Arvin Good Guys". fly free buddy SCR-21
  8. One more vintage Arvin photo circa 1966 shot by Bob Buquor. L to R Bill Newell, Tommy Ownens, Tim Harris, Jim Dan. Tim Harris SCR 21 SCR-21
  9. Hi Al, I was able to process a few more photos from 1966. Tim SCR21 SCR-21
  10. Hi Al, Your description of the reunion was great, I almost felt like I was there with you while I read all the juicy details. Thanks so much for sharing that. I will make it in November if I can. Tim Harris SCR21 SCR-21
  11. Hey Al, Here are a few more from Arvin 1966. I have some of these old balck and white 2 inch negatives from back in the day and I am trying to copy negative images onto an old HP scanner to produce something since the shop won't work with that size anymore. I am also having some regular 35 mm processed that should turn out better. SCR-21
  12. Hey Garry Beautiful execution of a well rehearsed plan; sending you big respect and joy for this tremendous accomplishment performed with authentic style. We are all proud of this profound performance of nonparachutemanship Bravo! I was there the day Rod Pack jumped with out a parachute for the first time nearly 50 years ago, and Bob Allen passes him a belly wart reserve in freefall. That was front page headline news on every paper of the world. This in comparison seemed to me to be even more astonishing and dangerous. They have been talking about doing this forever. Way to go Hero, it looked kind of iffy coming in through the bumps of turbulence, before executing a perfectly timed nose high flare right on the box tops. What timing, what a superb flight in to the record books for extraordinary achievement? This was better than landing the jetliner in the Hudson, what a pilot-Hurray! You’re the Man Tim SCR-21
  13. Hi Al, Good to hear from you; I am working on it and having difficulty scanning negatives. I will see if I can take the negatives to a pro to scan for me. Aloha, Tim SCR-21
  14. Arvin has a lot of good memories for me also. I have many photos of Arvin and the gang I need to figure out how I can scan them and all of the negatives that are stuck up in a box in the attic and share them you who remember that whole incredible scene. Tim Harris SCR 21 SCR-21
  15. This was very cool to watch; what fun! SCR-21