At Skydive Orange in Virginia, David Wybenga gets down on one knee in front of Melanie Firth during a photo shoot for the couple's save-the-date cards for their upcoming wedding.
Photo by Norman Kent | D-8369
At Skydive Chicago in Ottawa, Illinois, 84 skydivers set the Féderátion Aéronautique Internationale World Record for Largest Head-Up Formation Skydive.
Gary Mancuso flies a 1,000-square-foot flag into the 1940’s World War II-Era Ball, a community event and fundraiser at the Boulder County Municipal Airport in Colorado.
Four-Way Formation Skydiving World Champion NMP Pch HayaBusa trains at USPA Foreign Affiliate DZ Skydive Empuriabrava in Spain.
Jumpers at Skydive Perris in California release the ashes of longtime skydiver Bud Krueger, D-3664.
Duffy Fainer, D-9662, makes his 4,000th jump in the center of a room dive during the Top Flight 20-Ways event at Skydive Perris in California.
Fashion model Gracen Taylor-Marie Kerr makes her first skydive with instructor David Fulk at CarolinaFest at Skydive Carolina in South Carolina. (Weird coincidence alert: The instructor, student and photographer on this jump all share the same birthday—December 11.)
Erin Lewis (pink helmet) organizes a 3-way for newer jumpers at the Cinco de Mayo Boogie at Skydive Orange in Virginia.
DZOs Mike Bohn and Leland Procell skim across the landing area at Orange Skies Free Fall Center.
Photo by Gustavo Cabana | USPA #80952
Will Penny (bottom) leads a jump during the Euro Fly4Life Camp at USPA Foreign Affiliate Skydive Algarve in Portimão, Portugal.
In celebration of their recent engagement, Adam Elkin and Amanda Kubik exit from a balloon over Van Horne, Iowa.
Jumpers say goodbye to their friend Vern McGarry, D-7054, during his ash dive at Skydive Perris in California.
At Skydive Phoenix in Maricopa, Arizona, Mark Sunman, D-24493, celebrates the 20th anniversary of his first jump by getting current after eight years out of the sport.
Ryan Bolohan carves it up at Skydive Georgia in Cedartown.
Taryn Mikel, B-48432, and Bob Haas, C-46715, make a jump to celebrate their engagement at Wisconsin Skydiving Center in Jefferson, where they met shortly after completing their AFF courses.
Jade Papke and Zach Sabel share in the stoke of an awesome skydive during the CarolinaFest Boogie at Skydive Carolina in Chester, South Carolina.
North Central Regional Director and AFF Instructor Examiner Michael Wadkins geeks the camera while evaluating instructor candidates Connor McCauley and Constantin Mircea Moisei during an AFF rating course at Skydive Twin Cities in Baldwin, Wisconsin.
At the P3 Spring Fling at Skydive Perris in California, jumpers build one of the intricate big-way formations that are the hallmarks of the event.
Jumpers fly head down during West Plains Skydiving’s Memorial Weekend Boogie.
The Fly Warriors (Raph Coudray, Luis Adolfo Lopez-Mendez and David Nimmo) get in a 3-way at USPA Foreign Affiliate Skydive Empuriabrava in Spain.
Photo by Michael Tomaselli | D-18530
Team Fastrax practices its demo skills during a training day at Skydive Sebastian in Florida.
Karine Joly and Greg Crozier of French freefly champion team AirWax enjoy a skydive while visiting Skydive Sebastian in Florida.
At Skydive City Zephyhills in Florida, Doug Cross reveals the source of chem trails as Marcie Smith looks on.
Tasos Michalopoulos (center), B-45316, celebrates his 38th birthday with 10 friends at USPA Foreign Affiliate Skydive Athens in Kopaida, Greece.
Paul Wyckoff (right) gets freefly coaching from P.J. Jackson at Skydive Paraclete XP in Raeford, North Carolina.
Andy Riggs and Ally Lesnick make a 2-way head-up jump at Skydive Milwaukee.
Jumpers fly a formation at the Sequential Games event organized by Milko Hodgkinson, Dieter Kirsch and Patrick Passe at USPA Foreign Affiliate Skydive Algarve in Portugal.
Kevin Kierce leads the base down the hill during the Top Flite formation skydiving event at Skydive Perris in California.
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