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It’s bittersweet—almost painful—to suggest that it was a good thing that only 11 fatalities occurred in the U.S. in 2020. Although it’s the lowest total since record keeping began, each one of those lost is a tragedy.
November 2, 1968, was a beautiful clear Saturday. I had just turned 19 and was a 145-pound freshman at the University of Houston when I went to the Galveston Skydivers in Dickinson, 30 miles away.
This was going to be my first time out of a CASA, and I got to sit right by the tailgate, which was extra exciting for me.
“World-record momma” Jessica Brownlow, D-30516, balances family life with skydiving at the highest levels.
In the days of belly-mounted reserves, baggy mustard-colored jumpsuits and scuffed white plastic helmets, jumpers dreamed only of flying relative to one another.
For tandem instructors, a periodic visit to their aviation medical examiners (AMEs) to renew their Federal Aviation Administration Third-Class Medical Certificates is a ritual that goes hand and hand with the privilege of taking tandem students on skydives.
The USPA Board of Directors held its fifth meeting of the 2019-2021 term in Cincinnati, Ohio, January 29-31.
Epic Journey, the California-based life-coaching company, took to the skies above Lake Elsinore on February 13 for its fifth skydiving event since launching in August 2020.
Photo by Alex Swindle | D-31305
Wingsuit skydiver Karlee King back-flies over Skydive Arizona in Eloy.
During the New Year’s Beach Boogie hosted by Skydive Cuautla in Mexico, Caroline Layne (left) and Amanda Hart sit-fly over Puerto Escondido and have so much fun that they laugh out loud.
Photo by Gen Montreuil I D-31992
(From front) Wendi Corbin, Ashley Jordon, Hailee Tashnick and Rob Johnson execute a train exit during Sisters in Skydiving’s Golden Girls Boogie at Skydive Arizona in Eloy.