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USPA Holding Casting Call for New Tandem Assumption of Risk Video   (May 2021) Event News Homepage USPA

USPA is holding a casting call for a new Tandem Assumption of Risk Video. We’re looking for experienced skydivers to fill key roles in its production.

Centerspread   (May 2021) Featured Photos Centerspread
Currency! Currency! Currency!—The 2020 Non-Fatal-Incident Summary By USPA Director of Safety and Training Ron Bell   (May 2021) Safety & Training

Unquestionably, 2020 presented a unique set of challenges to overcome.

Justin Price | D-24404 By Brian Giboney   (May 2021) People Profiles

As a camera flyer for Arizona Airspeed for four years and as a canopy piloting competitor, Justin Price, D-24404, has a pile of medals from both national and international events.

Another Record Low—The 2020 Fatality Summary By Jim Crouch   (Apr 2021) Safety & Training
April 2021 Cover   (Apr 2021) Featured Photos Covers
Centerspread   (Apr 2021) Featured Photos Centerspread
How Skydiving Changed My Life By Jack Flack   (Apr 2021) People How Skydiving Changed My Life

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.

Tales from the Bonfire By Ro Asgari   (Apr 2021) Tales from the Bonfire

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.

Jessica Brownlow | D-30516 By Brian Giboney   (Apr 2021) People Profiles

“World-record momma” Jessica Brownlow, D-30516, balances family life with skydiving at the highest levels.

Safety Check—SIM Section 6-12—Movement Jumps   (Apr 2021) Safety & Training Safety Check

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.

Ask A Rigger | Help Your Rigger Help You By Ron Bell   (Apr 2021) Safety & Training Ask A Rigger
Rating Corner—FAA Medical Certificates By Ron Bell   (Apr 2021) Safety & Training The Rating Corner

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.

W.O.R.K. in Cincinnati—the Winter 2021 USPA Board of Directors Meeting A USPA Staff Report   (Apr 2021) Event News

The USPA Board of Directors held its fifth meeting of the 2019-2021 term in Cincinnati, Ohio, January 29-31.

Epic Journey 2—Jumping for Fentanyl Awareness By Communications Associate Luke Jones   (Apr 2021) People Features

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.

Matthew Teetshorn Earns D-40000!   (Mar 2021) People
Closing In Photo by Gen Montreuil I D-31992   (Mar 2021) Featured Photos Closing In

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.