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Brandon Mikesell | D-36904 By Brian Giboney   (Dec 2021) People Profiles
Tales from the Bonfire | The Last Navy Blimp Jumper   (Nov 2021) People Tales from the Bonfire
Keep an Eye Out | Mismatched Pilot-Chute Handle   (Nov 2021) Safety & Training Keep An Eye Out
Just Keep Flying—Wing Suit Transitions By Patrick Kramer and Alex Knaub   (Nov 2021) Features Safety & Training
Response to "The First 75"   (Nov 2021) People Letters
Ask a Rigger | How Do I Know If My Rig is “Freefly Friendly”?   (Nov 2021) Safety & Training Ask A Rigger
Results of 2022-2024 Board Elections Are In   (Nov 2021) Event News Homepage USPA
Follow the USPA Nationals October 15-31!   (Nov 2021) Competition Homepage USPA
November 2021 Cover   (Nov 2021) Featured Photos Covers

Photo by Roy Wimmer-Jaglom | USPA #310489

Johannes Bergfors flies his canopy through a scenic mountain valley during the ToraTora Adventure Boogie at USPA Foreign Affiliate Skydive Bovec in Slovenia.

Kyle Lobpries | D-33714 By Brian Giboney   (Nov 2021) People Profiles
How Skydiving Changed My Life   (Nov 2021) People How Skydiving Changed My Life
Foundations of Flight | RAM-Air Parachute Anatomy—Wing Properties   (Oct 2021) Safety & Training Foundations of Flight
Safety Check | Fly It, Don’t Fight It   (Oct 2021) Safety & Training Safety Check
Former National Director Tom Noonan Passes Away   (Oct 2021) People Homepage USPA

On October 16, former USPA National Director Tom Noonan, D-24313, died at age 47 from a presumed medical event while preparing to make a skydive. His passing marks a huge loss for the skydiving community, which benefitted from his expertise, intelligence and warm-heartedness for more than two decades.

Terminal Pressure—Designing a Parachute to Land the Perseverance Rover By Connor Kelsay   (Oct 2021) Event News Features