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Breathtaking High Altitude Acrobatic Skydive From 32,000 Feet

Breathtaking High Altitude Acrobatic Skydive From ...

Skydive extraordinaires Fred Fugen and Vince Reffet achieved an incredible and unique new feat for Red Bull Skycombo, combining high altitude freeflying and speedflying from 32,000 feet (10,000 meters) above Mt. Blanc, the absolute limit of possibility without wearing pressurized suits. Though lasting just seven minutes in total, Red Bull Skycombo took more than a... Watch Video »
Civilian HALO Skydive from 30,000 ft.

Civilian HALO Skydive from 30,000 ft.

An awesome HALO jump by a civilian from 30,000 feet… more than 2 minutes of freefall from 5.5 miles above the earth. Watch Video »
Solo Paraglider Soars to 20,000+ Feet, Then...

Solo Paraglider Soars to 20,000+ Feet, Then...

Over the mountains in San Marcos, Mexico, Herminio Cordido performs a self-induced HALO jump by catching a ride through a cloud in his paraglider all the way up to 20,439 feet (approx 6,230 meters), then does a solo jump with his BASE rig. Very cool! To check out another creative paragliding-BASE concept, click here. Watch Video »
Hardcore HALO: Skydiving From 30,000 Feet

Hardcore HALO: Skydiving From 30,000 Feet

This is what it looks like to do a HALO skydive from 30,000 feet (otherwise known as High Altitude Low Opening)… pretty quiet in the airplane before exit, sipping on oxygen. Mmm, delish. I love how this tandem student was like, “13,000 feet?? No way. I wanna jump from 30,000!” Hardcore. Now that’s some decent... Watch Video »
Navy SEALs HALO Jump

Navy SEALs HALO Jump

Hooyah! This is a mashup from the movie “Navy Seals” (1990) with the song “Irreversible” by VHS or Beta during a HALO skydive from 30,000 feet. Even though the song has great build up, this scene has a bit of a cheese factor to it — minus the 4 minutes of freefall in movies like... Watch Video »
HALO Skydive From 30,000 ft Into Extreme Desert

HALO Skydive From 30,000 ft Into Extreme Desert

With a name like “Bear,” he was born to kick ass. In this episode of Discovery Channel’s Man vs. Wild, Bear Grylls attempts his highest skydive – a HALO jump, or High Altitude Low Opening, from 30,000 feet into the Mojave Desert. Oh, and did I mention it’s a cool -45 F at exit. Brrr!... Watch Video »