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December 1987 Cover   (Dec 1987) Featured Photos Covers

Keith Eisberg was among the U.S. contingent at the World Championships of Relative Work in Brazil in late September.  His cover photograph shows the gold medal winning U.S. 8-way team transitioning between two of their record-setting 131 points.  Below the Golden Knights is Rio Iguacu, which forms the border between Brazil and Argentina.

January 2022 Cover   (Jan 2022) Featured Photos Covers

photo by Bruno Brokken | USPA #96017

Follow the USPA Nationals October 15-31!   (Nov 2021) Competition Homepage USPA
In the Skies Again Photo by Austin George | D-37428   (Jul 2020) Featured Photos Five Minute Call Featured Photo Five Minute Call

From left: Matt Congdon, Keith Jones, Chris Haslam, Colin Conway and Scott Robinson enjoy a canopy flock at Skydive Midwest in Sturtevant, Wisconsin, the weekend after quarantine lifted.

Two Times the Fun—2019 USPA National Championships By Southeast Regional Director Alixandra Hubbard   (Nov 2019) Features

The 2019 USPA Parachuting and Skydiving Nationals determined which teams and individuals will represent the U.S. in every discipline at the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale World Parachuting Championships Mondial (all-events competition) in Tanay, Siberia, in 2020.

Surfing the Skies By Keith Snyder   (Oct 2019) Features

Skysurfing has experienced a comeback in recent years, and fortunately, the drop zones of the world are helping to keep our skies safe by not blindly allowing just anyone to grab a board and attempt it. Most DZs insist that new skysurfers receive proper guidance from those with experience … and for good reason.

Saluting the Heroes of D-Day A USPA Staff Report with David Accetta, Art Shaffer and Keith Walter   (Aug 2019) Features

The French government arranged a series of tributes to the heroes of Normandy that attracted more than one million people from across the globe for ceremonies, speeches and commemorative airborne operations.

Over-Under by Weston Whittaker   (May 2018) Five Minute Call Featured Photo

Jesse Weyher and Keith Creedy perform over-unders during a tracking dive at GoJump Oceanside in California. 

Photo by Weston Whittaker | C-43600

October 2016 Cover   (Oct 2016) Featured Photos Covers

Photo by Mike Carpenter | D-34137

Some of the best freeflyers in the U.S., Mike Bohn and Leland Procell of Team FLO, Chad Ross and Damian Germano of Zulu Foxtrot, Brent Witt and John Starkey of Atlas Freefly, Andy Malchiodi of SoCal Converge and Keith Creedy join together to build a hybrid formation at GoJump Oceanside in California.

September 2016 Covers   (Sep 2016) Featured Photos Covers

Photo by Ralph Turner | C-43075

Sarah Endrix skysurfs on Keith Portela while exiting over Skydive Miami in Homestead, Florida.

December 2005 Cover   (Dec 2005) Featured Photos Covers

Photographer Roy Muller took this shot of a rodeo-freefly hybrid jump over Bay Area Skydiving in Byron, California.  Holly Umbel rides on J.P. Kelly, who docks on sit-flyer Chris Quaintance, while Keith Myers flies head down.

June 2004 Cover   (Jun 2004) Featured Photos Covers

Photographer Dean O'Flaherty took this shot of April Ballard (left) and Shanda Sheppard making their first helicopter jumps during the Leap into Leap Year Boogie at Skydive Space Center in Titusville, Florida.  Mark Ciccotto hangs from the skid.

May 2004 Cover   (May 2004) Featured Photos Covers

Photographer Michael McGowan took this shot of Keith and Yvette Walter, Tom Wood, Katie Sell, Chuck Blue and Jen McGowan flying a 6-way zipper over Skydive Arizona in Eloy.

April 1999 Cover   (Apr 1999) Featured Photos Covers

Photographer Keith Larrett took this shot of Mike Swanson, Chris Lynch, Jason Aubin and Stefania Martinengo as they launch a train out of the Twin Otter over Skydive Sebastian in Florida.  Wendy Smith follows behind them.

March 1996 Cover   (Mar 1996) Featured Photos Covers

Photographer Keith Hewes, D-11908, takes a unique angle on the U.S. Air Force 4-way team over Front Range Skydivers in Calhan, Colorado, where ground level is 6,509 feet MSL.

November 1995 Cover   (Nov 1995) Featured Photos Covers

Photographer David Keith, D-5441, took this shot of fellow videoman Martin Evans, tandem instructor Mike Ince and his passenger over SkyDance SkyDiving in Davis, California.  Keith's inverted flying style provided the unique angle on the formation.

April 1993 Cover   (Apr 1993) Featured Photos Covers

Tom McCollough exits, Wes Keeley lands, and Dave Kaiser races down the hill at the Paraski Nationals at Snowbird, Utah.  See Jerry Rouillard's story and more of Keith Stewart's photos of the meet on page 28.

May 1992 Cover   (May 1992) Featured Photos Covers

Official USPA National ParaSki Championships photographer Keith Stewart, D-8176, took this shot at the landing area of this year's meet in Park West, UT.  Keith served his second year in a row as USPA's official photographer, and his work appeared on the May 1991 cover as well.

September 1991 Cover   (Sep 1991) Featured Photos Covers

Dave Keith, D-5441, led the FX-10 10-way team during a practice jump over Perris, CA.  The team capatained by Bob Butt and including Scott Flanahghan, Bob Smith, Bob McCord, Jeff Rodenbech, Richard Eacobacci, Mike Swan, Jim Kelly, Ken Masters and Dan Pillasch, plans to enter the 10-way speed star competition at next month's U.S. National Skydiving Championships at Skydive Arizona.

May 1991 Cover   (May 1991) Featured Photos Covers

A Utah-based jumper with 1200-plus jumps, Keith Stewart, D-8176, the official photographer for this year's National ParaSki Championships, catpured Rick Barta on final for the "peas"at Park West.   the full Championships report begins on page 24 of this issue.

October 1990 Cover   (Oct 1990) Featured Photos Covers

Keith Iceberg, D-4750, is a filmmaker who divides his time between Florida and New York.  A tandem and AFF instructor with over 3,900 jumps, Iceberg accompanied U.S. Teams to the World Meets in 1985 and 1987 as a videographer, and his footage has been aired internationally.  His still work was displayed before over 10,000 people at OK Harris, the first major New York gallery to show skydiving as art.