michaelmullins

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michaelmullins last won the day on February 6

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Gear

  • Main Canopy Size
    170
  • Reserve Canopy Size
    218
  • AAD
    Cypres

Jump Profile

  • Home DZ
    West Tennessee Skydiving
  • License
    D
  • License Number
    1643
  • Licensing Organization
    USPA
  • Number of Jumps
    4226
  • Years in Sport
    41
  • First Choice Discipline
    Formation Skydiving
  • Second Choice Discipline
    Freefall Photography

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  • AFF
    Instructor
  • Tandem
    Instructor
  • Pro Rating
    Yes
  • Rigging Back
    Senior Rigger
  • Rigging Chest
    Senior Rigger
  • Rigging Seat
    Senior Rigger

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  1. I have never heard of a Cessna 340 used for skydiving, it would not be very suitable. It is a slightly larger 310/320 and is pressurized. If you were going to use a Cessna twin, the best one would be a 401 or 402, perhaps even a 421, but not a 340. Mike Mullins
  2. Note from moderator - please post one event notice and that's it. Bumps waste server space and are against policy.
  3. UAPA does not "certify" dropzones. USPA has "Group Member" dropzones who agree to abide by certain rules set by USPA but this does not reach the level of any "certification".
  4. West Tennessee Skydiving is offering HALO Oxygen Jumps from 28,000' year around, on any given Friday, for both Licensed Jumpers and Tandem Students. For licensed jumpers, the only requirement is that you have a skydiving license, from any country, and that you can be trained to use a freefall oxygen system. For complete information, please click on: https://www.skydivekingair.com/index.php?p=2800 Mike Mullins West Tennessee Skydiving
  5. Congratulations to Melissa Lowe on her victory in the USPA Special Election for National Director! Here are the results: Melissa Lowe 1667 James L. Hayhurst 723 Matt Blank 591 William Geaslin 243 Shawn Hill 242 Brandon Radcliff 234 James Worsham-Cupples 222 Kristen Tebo 221
  6. Great guy, I have his signature on a jump.
  7. Randy was on the USPA BOD at the same time I was. He was a true gentleman, friend and always had the best interests of skydivers at heart. He will be missed. Mike Mullins
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    USPA Coach Certification Course conducted by Coach Examiner Paul Gholson at West Tennessee Skydiving. Jumps will be from a Skyvan and Super King Air. Finest facilities of any DZ, air-conditioned packing, air-conditioned modern rest rooms with hot showers open 24 hrs, free camping, RV slots, air-conditioned bunking, Helo and inverted biplane jumps, HALO oxygen jumps from 28,000'. For registration for the Coach Course contact Paul Gholson: [email protected] or 901-233-4144
  9. Actually, BSR stands for Basic Safety Requirements. There are no currency requirements in the BSR. There are currency recommendations in the part of the SIM that is not the BSR. Mike Mullins
  10. Actually, it is a USPA recommendation, not a rule. Mike Mullins