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Skydiving Safety Procedures, Circa 1966

Skydiving Safety Procedures, Circa 1966

For all you new skydivers out there, listen up and take notes. These old school skydiving safety procedures could save your life one day. Just remember: use common sense; down wind landings are for experts only; when in doubt, slap someone’s ass before exit. Watch Video »
Friday Freakout: Skydiver Wears Wrong Parachute, Packed For "Educational Purposes"

Friday Freakout: Skydiver Wears Wrong Parachute, P...

Nothing puts the FUN in malfunction like an accidental jump on a Russian D-6 round that was packed for “educational purposes” and put on by mistake. Tanel exited at 2,000 feet only to discover that he was wearing the wrong parachute AND it had a step through. Oops! Watch Video »
Cold Canadian Water Landing With Round Parachute

Cold Canadian Water Landing With Round Parachute

Here’s footage you don’t see every day, a military static line jump into a cold lake near… wait for it… Cold Lake, Alberta. You know what you’re getting into when the city is called Cold Lake. Crazy Canucks. Watch Video »
Friday Freakout: Nooooo! ParaCommander Malfunction + Cutaway.

Friday Freakout: Nooooo! ParaCommander Malfunction...

My boy John Berry thought he’d have some fun with an old Jumbo ParaCommander at Skydive Spaceland. Little did he know that he packed himself a line over and had to ride a reserve manufactured in 1955 (container was a B4 belly mount). First cutaway on a round? Yes way, Johh. Yes way! Watch Video »
Successful Mr. Bill... On A Round Parachute

Successful Mr. Bill... On A Round Parachute

Yup, so this just happened. Pulling off a Mr. Bill on a round skytrainer parachute. Have you ever jumped a round parachute before? More importantly, have you ever done a Mr. Bill on a round parachute before? Or, how about a double Mr. Bill? I didn’t think so. Watch Video »