Guud old memories!
When we did the para fortunately the airforce guys also joined in, so it was a nice experience. Except that the PMA dudes were much more pain in a** for SSG walas at PTS
are these SSG airforce...or what....i mean does PAF has land units too
I thought I wouldn't jump again until my boys were 18.... and maybe the three of us could jump together. This videos got my adrenaline pumping again and I think I might be heading to a drop zone very soon.
To all those who have not jumped before... a thread connected at the end of the static line pulls out your main chute. So your life is literally hanging by a thread. Some of those PLF landings really hurt.
Have any of my respected forums members had any close calls during their jumps?
Was among the ones who were looking forward for the Para Shield but again they had to give it to the airforce this time as the last two times we took it with a clean sweep
Looking forward to your experience when you are done with the jumps. Hope you'll share it soon, best of luck.
Did my first Free Fall in 1984 in USA while on a course. It was arranged by UASF Maxwell AFB. Sqn Ldr Gill from IAF was the first one to say I will then I PAF, Col Jamal of Turkey. Col Jamal had 4 ejections before he came to USA
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