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How Skydiving Changed My Life By Pam Potzer   (Sep 2019) People How Skydiving Changed My Life

Growing up, I would constantly tell my parents that one day I’d skydive, too. They’d always tell me how expensive and dangerous it was, I think because a part of them did not want to see pictures of their daughter hanging off the strut of a Cessna.

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Safety is No Accident A Parachutist Special Report   (May 2019) Features

To open Safety Day 2019 at Skydive Cross Keys in Williamstown, New Jersey, DZO and pilot Pico Mazure remarked, “Safety is no accident. Safety is an attitude and a core value of our community. We are happy to see not only students but also highly experienced jumpers attend Safety Day and help us instill that value in all generations of jumpers.”To open Safety Day 2019 at Skydive Cross Keys in Williamstown, New Jersey, DZO and pilot Pico Mazure remarked, “Safety is no accident. Safety is an attitude and a core value of our community. We are happy to see not only students but also highly experienced jumpers attend Safety Day and help us instill that value in all generations of jumpers.”

Logan Donovan | D-31751 by Brian Giboney   (Dec 2017) Homepage Profiles

Logan Donovan, D-31751, is an Ivy League-educated software engineer who is using her skills to benefit skydiving. Along with being a competitive canopy pilot and national canopy piloting judge, she created the Control Tower scoring system used to judge CP events around the world. Donovan has medaled numerous times in Northeastern Canopy Pilot League and Florida Canopy Piloting Association meets. In September, she earned her first medals at a USPA Nationals.

August 1998 Cover   (Aug 1998) Featured Photos Covers

Filming for a Coca-Cola commercial, Norman Kent took this shot of Craig Fronk, Jeff Jones, Guy Manos, Pam Manos and Mike Michigan exiting in specially-built Eclipse rigs, Jan DeBont ("Speed" and "Twister") directed the commercial; Digital Domain ("Titanic") created the special effects.

January 1992 Cover   (Jan 1992) Featured Photos Covers

Mike McGowan, D-5709, captures Pam Godwin's smiling Fly-by over the Paragators DZ in Umatilla, FL, during the annual POPS winter meet.  Pam's parents, Jimmy and Wilma Godwin, run the meet.