Search by Keyword
Search by Issue Date
(Not all articles appear online.
More articles being added every day!)
Search by Author
Launch Full Issue in Flipbook
Flip through the pages of back issues from September 1957 to today as if you were holding the real magazine! Once you open an issue, swipe the hand icon to the left to begin reading. (You may need to disable your pop-up blocker to view.)
Number of search results: 145
U.S. Parachute Team photographer Jim Baker caught this shot of Glenn Bangs, Mark Gabriel and Bob Finn of the U.S. 4-way Team lined up on 40-Tango for a practice exit shortly before their gold medal finish in the World Parachuting Championships. Not pictured is the fourth member of the team, Andy Gerber (who is inside the aircraft). This month's story on the World Meet, and the U.S. Team's gold sweep, begins on page 15.
Bob "Feisty" Feisthamel, Daryl S. Dassinger, Robert Suchor, Rocco Varriano and Jim Christensen build a 5-stack during the West Coast CRW Championships meet (see story, page 39). The photo was taken by Kari Seppanen, C-8092, a Seattle-area jumper who has logged some 1800 skydives and is a USPA Instructor and master rigger.
Jim Lucas of Williamsport, MD flies some unusual Canopy RW at the Southern Cross drop zone in Downsville, MD. Jim's "extra" canopy belongs to Jose Rodriguez of Crofton, MD who intetionally cutaway after forming a biplane canopy hookup with Jim. Playing it smart and safe, Jose wore an extra reserve for this jump.
P.S. That's Russian for "Sport Parachuting." The full report begins on page 27.
Carl Boenish shot this cut-away main over Elsinore, CA. The jumper under reserve is Jim Handbury.
Jay Emery, D-203, is credited with this colorful shot of his own PC and Jim Eisenmenger's checkered PC out of Dallas, Texas.