zoobrothertom

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  • Home DZ
    Texas
  • License
    D
  • License Number
    9397
  • Licensing Organization
    USPA
  • Number of Jumps
    1314
  • Years in Sport
    37
  • First Choice Discipline
    Formation Skydiving
  • First Choice Discipline Jump Total
    1000
  • Second Choice Discipline
    CReW
  • Second Choice Discipline Jump Total
    400

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  1. Concrete Rebound Hammer still refuses to obey the laws of nature, third world nations and DZ.com moderators.
  2. Bump! If it can't be done, Concrete Rebound Hammer can!!
  3. Loving it! Great read that's bringing back lots of old memories. Can't wait for the next one! Cheers
  4. In addition to all the above, get to know the packers and riggers at your DZ. Spend some time being the curious rookie and learn about your gear. (eager puppy emoji)
  5. Thanks for the up beat humor! Kudos to the Kiwis!!
  6. I'm sure someone out there has a photo?
  7. I think the boogies tend to spring up and grow then die off. Then another one comes along so keep an eye out, we're probably due for a new one soon. Let's keep hoping! FB1371 - 1983 ____________________________________ I'm back in the USA!!
  8. Some of the things that do carry over are attention to detail and your PLF training. My PLF training has saved me from countless injuries! I've watch way to many broken/sprained joints that a simple PLF would have avoided. Airborne!! ____________________________________ I'm back in the USA!!
  9. Another version. One to change it. The second one to say, "I could've done that!" ____________________________________ I'm back in the USA!!
  10. Really. Then tell me, how would you reply if I'd shout "Hey @$$hole" at you under canopy? Every CRW Dawg in the formation would sound off with a thunderous, "What!" ____________________________________ I'm back in the USA!!
  11. 82nd Airborne Club converted over to Strato Clouds in 1984. Don't know when they went with square reserves. Helicopter pilots don't need (or just don't bother with) no stinking pilot rigs. ____________________________________ I'm back in the USA!!
  12. Fury 220! Put 800 jumps on it with no malfunctions. It always opened cleanly and on heading in 400~450 feet. Lost it after a cutaway doing CRW. ____________________________________ I'm back in the USA!!
  13. Beats my 41! I only had 79 jumps at the 1983 Freak Brothers Convention. I exited last and solo only to see 4 10 ways in progress below me and directly between me and the DZ. I turned slightly right and tracked my ass off down the runway until pull time. Fun! ____________________________________ I'm back in the USA!!
  14. We used to call that one, "Sock in a Dryer!" ____________________________________ I'm back in the USA!!
  15. I'm former Airborne as well. Knowing how to PLF has allowed me to walk away only slightly bruised from landings that would have left my friends with broken arms and legs. The advice about running/stepping off a low enough platform to PLF or run it out sounded like the best solution. Best of luck! ____________________________________ I'm back in the USA!!