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    1st Time Skydive. Solo Or Tandem? I will be skydiving for charity in July and was wondering which option to choose:

    a) Solo skydive from 3500 ft with 5 hours ground training. There is only a few seconds freefall.

    b) Tandem skydive from 10,000 ft with about 30 seconds freefall.

    And also I have a normal video camera, would it be safe to bring it in the plane with me and put it in my pocket on the way down?
    Im jumping at Skydive Ireland, Co. Tipperrary if it helps or you know anything about the place.

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      What type of skydive should you do? Tandem or student training...? While, if this jump is just a one time thing, a "check it off your life's to do list," then go for the tandem jump. If you know you want to get into the sport then I would suggest that you start with the tandem just so you have been in the air once before you start student training. But if you know that you will be jumping as a hobby, the going right into the student training would be a good idea too.

      The different in first jump courses is quite a bit. For a tandem you need very little training, five to 20 minutes depending on the dropzone and a few other factors. Student training will start with about 8 to 10 hours of ground training before your jump. Either way you will be jumping with professional, rated skydivers who have been trained to teach and fly with new jumpers. You will not be able to jump solo until you've been cleared by going through a training program.

      There are a few websites you need to check out to get good info on skydiving.

      http://www.uspa.org is the website of the United States Parachute Association, the governing body for sport parachuting in the United States. There is a list of member dropzones on the website along with all sorts of great info on the sport.

      The official site for the British Parachute Association is: http://www.bpa.org.uk/links.htm
      The official site for the Canadian Parachute Association is: http://www.cspa.ca/
      The official site for the Australian Parachute Federation is: http://www.apf.asn.au/

      http://www.dropzone.com is another great resource for everything about skydiving, including dropzones in the United States and the rest of the world, and some BASE too.

      http://www.bigairsportz.com is the web site for Brian Germain, one of the best people on the planet to get information on canopy flight from.

      http://www.skydiveradio.com is just fun and a good place to feel like you're at the drop zone when you can't physically be there.

      http://www.azarsenal.com/ is the website for the top vertical relative work team right now. Arizona Arsenal won the 2007 USA Nationals.

      If you're not sure about skydiving, or you are too young to jump right now, but want to fly you should look at the vertical wind tunnels. http://www.skyventure.com/ is the website for skyventure which operates many tunnels in the United States, Europe and Asia. I love flying in the tunnel. I don't do it very much, I'd rather spend my money on skydives, but it is a great place to learn, work on my flying skills and just have a lot of fun!

      Make sure that you contact the drop zone you want to jump at directly. There are a few scams out there, one of which is 1800skyride. They will take your money and send you to any dropzone they want too but only about three dz's in the country except skyride tickets. So please, please, please contact the dropzone directly.

      What does skydiving feel like? — Freedom. For 45 to 60 seconds there is nothing but me, the air and my friends. Flying your body in the sky is the greatest feeling I have ever experienced. Flying and landing a parachute is a lot of fun too. I’d say it is kinda like driving a race car and landing an airplane all at once.

      For me I find relaxation in free fall. I know no better way to relax then jumping out of plane and back flying solo.

      It is very easy to breath in free fall. There is a lot of air up there. Being relaxed and just flying and having fun.

      By the way, if you are afraid of heights you have nothing to worry about for skydiving. After about 2000 feet of climb it will all look the same. When you are in free fall you do not have the feeling of falling because there is nothing to tell you how fast you are falling. Think about as driving down the interstate and looking at an overpass two miles away. You're doing 100mph towards the overpass but it does not seem to be getting any closer until you're right up on it. Same thing in skydiving, the ground is far enough away that there is no ground rush. It took me about 100 jumps before I could see the difference between 12000 feet, 7000 feet and 3000 feet.

      The length of a skydive depends on the type of skydive. a low altitude jump I may have 5 to 20 seconds of free fall. Full altitude I can have 45 to 60 seconds of free fall. If I'm free flying then less free fall because the speeds are higher. If I’m on my belly then more time because the speeds are lower. The canopy flight time depends on how you fly and the type of canopy. It can be anywhere from less than 60 seconds under canopy to 5 or 6 minutes for a normal jump.

      My first jump was a tandem and I don’t remember being in the door, but I remember the rush and how i felt like i was floating during free fall. My first jump as a student I remember climbing out of the plane and getting the shake from my instructors telling me they are ready. I thought, “What the F am I doing?” then I just took a deep breath and gave the exit count. Letting go of the plane and starting the dive flow. What a rush! It was so much fun to fly my own body!

      Now when I jump I think about the next point to turn. I think about flying faster in a track. I watch my friends' body position and try to help them get in a better position with hand signals or I get coaching from someone else and work on my body position. Under canopy I think about my set up points and how and where to enter the landing pattern and where I want to land. But more than anything I think about how much fun and wonderful this sport is.

      The tandem is a great jump. I'd get video too. I made one tandem in June of 2005. If you are looking at skydiving as a one time thing, something to check off your life's to do list then go right for a tandem. If you know you want to be a skydiver right now then go for a tandem or start student training. Either is great. I started skydiving by going for a tandem, thinking it was a one time thing and loved it so much that I have made it a major part of my life. In August of 2005 I started student training (good info about student training at uspa.org) and got my license. I've been jumping as much as I can and have a few hundred jumps. I have earned the USPA Coach Rating and plan to continue to jump for fun and help teach others how to fly and be safe in the air. There is nothing better than flying your body through the sky with your friends. The canopy is a lot of fun to fly too. It only gets better and better. Every weekend seems to be more fun than the one before. You will get into the sport for the rush, but you stay because of the people. I love this sport and I sincerely hope that you'll become a full time skydiver and I'll be able to make some jumps with you at a boogie!

      Blue Skies! Black Death! And EFS!!!!

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    Local,Tandem And Toll Telephone Switchboards? How are these switchboards differ from each other?

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      If you mean central offices and not switchboards this is how. The local office is where telephone line terminate. The dial tone and all the features a line has are handled in the local switch. Each local office has circuits or trunks to most of the other local offices within a city or calling area but not necessarily all of them. That is where the tandem switch comes into play. It will supply the trunking functions to every local switch with a city. And will also provide an overflow path when all the trunks from one local office to another are busy. The tandem can also provide a path from the local office to the toll switchers. The toll switcher handled long distance calls that reach it on direct trunks from a local office and from from a tandem switch. Toll switchers can be owned by long distance carriers and local exchange carriers. And just to make things a little more confusing all of those functions can be rolled into a single switch if needed particularly the local and tandem functions.

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    How Much Does It Cost For Tandem Skydiving?

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      Tandems cost around $200, but it is different at different dropzones. It is based on the size of the group, the type of aircraft, the jump altitude, fuel costs etc.

      Skydiving can be an expensive hobby, but it is worth every cent and more! ?

      What are you planning on doing in skydiving?

      If you are looking to just make one tandem jump then you are looking at about $200 for the jump and $50 to $100 for video. The prices are different at different dropzones and you will have to find out from them for the actual cost. There is very little training that you go through for a tandem jump. The reason is that the tandem master is a high trained and experienced skydiver who is in control during the skydiving and parachute piloting. Your training to make a tandem jump is brief and covers mostly your body position on exit and what to do when landing the parachute.

      If you are going into a student training program each training method has different costs. Static line is usally the cheapest, Instructor Aided Deployment would be next and then Accelerated Free Fall, but that’s just my thought I don’t know for sure. When I did my student training I went through AFF in August of 2005 and spent about $1500 for the jumps and training.

      Generally if you are under 210 lbs dressed you can jump tandem and 230 lbs for AFF. These weight limits are different at different dropzones and proportion is key as well. Talk to the dropzone to find out what their requirements are.

      Buying gear is expensive. New skydivers should by used gear and there are a lot of reasons for this. Plan on spending about $5000 or more for a container, reserve canopy, main canopy, AAD, helmet and altimeter.

      Once you have earned your license and have your own gear each jump will cost between $18 and $25 dollars depending on the dorpzone and a few other things.

      I figure I spent about $10000 in my very first year of jumping so that I could be all the gear and training, jumps, food, travel… etc. I figure that I spend about $5000 a year right now on jumps and other costs related right now.

      The cool thing about skydiving is that if it is something that you really love then the cost isn’t anything important and you will find a way to make it work. I started skydiving when I was a graduate student living off of a $800 a month stipend.

      There are a few websites you need to check out to get good info on skydiving.

      http://www.uspa.org is the website of the United States Parachute Association, the governing body for sport parachuting in the United States. There is a list of member dropzones on the website along with all sorts of great info on the sport.

      The official site for the British Parachute Association is: http://www.bpa.org.uk/links.htm
      The official site for the Canadian Parachute Association is: http://www.cspa.ca/
      The official site for the Australian Parachute Federation is: http://www.apf.asn.au/

      http://www.dropzone.com is another great resource for everything about skydiving, including dropzones in the United States and the rest of the world, and some BASE too.

      http://www.bigairsportz.com is the web site for Brian Germain, one of the best people on the planet to get information on canopy flight from.

      http://www.skydiveradio.com is just fun and a good place to feel like you're at the drop zone when you can't physically be there.

      http://www.azarsenal.com/ is the website for the top vertical relative work team right now. Arizona Arsenal won the 2007 USA Nationals.

      If you're not sure about skydiving but want to fly you should look at the vertical wind tunnels. http://www.skyventure.com/ is the website for skyventure which operates many tunnels in the United States, Europe and Asia. I love flying in the tunnel. I don't do it very much, I'd rather spend my money on skydives, but it is a great place to learn, work on my flying skills and just have a lot of fun!

      Make sure that you contact the drop zone you want to jump at directly. There are a few scams out there, one of which is 1800skyride. They will take your money and send you to any dropzone they want too but only about three dz's in the country except skyride tickets. So please, please, please contact the dropzone directly.

      What does skydiving feel like? — Freedom. For 45 to 60 seconds there is nothing but me, the air and my friends. Flying your body in the sky is the greatest feeling I have ever experienced. Flying and landing a parachute is a lot of fun too. I’d say it is kinda like driving a race car and landing an airplane all at once.

      For me I find relaxation in free fall. I know no better way to relax then jumping out of plane and back flying solo.

      It is very easy to breath in free fall. There is a lot of air up there. Being relaxed and just flying and having fun.

      By the way, if you are afraid of heights you have nothing to worry about for skydiving. After about 2000 feet of climb it will all look the same. When you are in free fall you do not have the feeling of falling because there is nothing to tell you how fast you are falling. Think about as driving down the interstate and looking at an overpass two miles away. You're doing 100mph towards the overpass but it does not seem to be getting any closer until you're right up on it. Same thing in skydiving, the ground is far enough away that there is no ground rush. It took me about 100 jumps before I could see the difference between 12000 feet, 7000 feet and 3000 feet.

      The length of a skydive depends on the type of skydive. a low altitude jump I may have 5 to 20 seconds of free fall. Full altitude I can have 45 to 60 seconds of free fall. If I'm free flying then less free fall because the speeds are higher. If I’m on my belly then more time because the speeds are lower. The canopy flight time depends on how you fly and the type of canopy. It can be anywhere from less than 60 seconds under canopy to 5 or 6 minutes for a normal jump.

      My first jump was a tandem and I don’t remember being in the door, but I remember the rush and how i felt like i was floating during free fall. My first jump as a student I remember climbing out of the plane and getting the shake from my instructors telling me they are ready. I thought, “What the F am I doing?” then I just took a deep breath and gave the exit count. Letting go of the plane and starting the dive flow. What a rush! It was so much fun to fly my own body!

      Now when I jump I think about the next point to turn. I think about flying faster in a track. I watch my friends' body position and try to help them get in a better position with hand signals or I get coaching from someone else and work on my body position. Under canopy I think about my set up points and how and where to enter the landing pattern and where I want to land. But more than anything I think about how much fun and wonderful this sport is.

      The tandem is a great jump. I'd get video too. I made one tandem in June of 2005. If you are looking at skydiving as a one time thing, something to check off your life's to do list then go right for a tandem. If you know you want to be a skydiver right now then go for a tandem or start student training. Either is great. I started skydiving by going for a tandem, thinking it was a one time thing and loved it so much that I have made it a major part of my life. In August of 2005 I started student training (good info about student training at uspa.org) and got my license. I've been jumping as much as I can and have a few hundred jumps. I have earned the USPA Coach Rating and plan to continue to jump for fun and help teach others how to fly and be safe in the air. There is nothing better than flying your body through the sky with your friends. The canopy is a lot of fun to fly too. It only gets better and better. Every weekend seems to be more fun than the one before. You will get into the sport for the rush, but you stay because of the people. I love this sport and I sincerely hope that you'll become a full time skydiver and I'll be able to make some jumps with you at a boogie!

      Blue Skies! Black Death! And EFS!!!!

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    First Skydive ,tandem Or Static?
    what would be best ?

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      Tandem- it gives you a wayyy longer free fall time and its less training. It`ll almost take you a full day to do static and you`ll have less than 1/2 the free fall time you would with tandem. It took about an hour or so to be “trained” for tandem.

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    Side By Side Or Tandem Stroller? My daughter will only be around 11.5 months when my son is born and im stuck on what type of stroller to get for them. Im leaning a little more to the tandem because Im worried about the size of the side by side but the tyres on the tandem seem a little small. Which one do you prefer and why? and some good points and bad?

    Thanks

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      Inline Tandems or Stadium Tandems seem to be the best ones on the market here.
      Inlines are like the Phil and Ted ones, stadium style tandems are sort of a cross between the standard limo style tandem and an inline tandem.

      Given the ages your children are going to be a sit and stand isn’t a crash hot option, an 11 1/2 month old still needs 2 naps a day, sit and stands are better suited to an age gap of 2 or more years.
      A side by side is best suited to twins, they can be a bit difficult if you have children of significantly different weights which you WILL have.
      A front and back standard limo style tandem would be okay IF you can get one where BOTH seats recline, BUT they do NOT like corners!
      A stadium tandem, like a limo would be okay IF you can find one where both seats recline, and it turns a lot easier than a limo style tandem does. The downside is tiny wheels and not many have a substantial enough front seat to accommodate a younger child than a2 year old.
      Inline Tandems- the second seat on the Phil and Ted has the same problems as a front and back tandem- it doesn’t recline enough. However there are a couple of other brands on the market where the second seat reclines further- Britax does a BRILLIANT one that reclines almost fully and you can put the newborn in the second seat.

      Personally- I’d suggest this one for your situation http://www.striderplus.com.au/html/s01_home/home.asp
      Both seats recline, it’s fairly affordable, not TOO bulky (although still more bulky than I would like!) and manoeuvres VERY easily through shops and over rough terrain.

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    • Tg123
    • February 22, 2014
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    Should I Go Tandem Skydiving?

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      Absolutely you should, its a lot of fun. Maybe your real question is, how scary is the sport of sky diving. Well the answer is, yes there is an element of fear. However this is balanced by a bigger level of excitement and exhilaration. For me, the feeling of freefall is like floating on a cushion of air. It is comfortable as every part of your body is supported by the 120mph average wind you will be falling through.

      Many skydivers started by taking a tandem parachuting course and then moving on to a ‘learn to skydive’ course such as Accelerated Freefall or Static Line.

      Its also a great way to raise money for a good cause. Many dropzones offer free skydiving courses to those who raise a minimum double the value of the tandem jump cost. Charity tandem skydiving is extremely popular in the UK. If your looking for a place to go, I recommend http://www.skydiving.co.uk.

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    How Risky Is A Tandem Skydive? I am scheduled to go in 3 weeks but I keep having the fears of the parachute not opening. But it is with skydive carolina and they have a reserve chute. How common is it for ppl to die on a tandem jump

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      Tandem jumping is without question the safest way for a new skydiver to start jumping. In the last three years there have been nearly 1,000,000 tandem jumps made and only three fatalities.

      The parachutes will open. no matter where you jump you are required to have one more parachute than you plan on using. If the main canopy fails then it is cut away and the reserve is deployed. there are reserve static lines to help quickly deploy the reserve in case of a cut away. there are AAD’s, automatic activation devices, that measure velocity and altitude and if you reach a certain altitude and your velocity is to high the reserve is deployed.

      Tandem jumps are wonderful. I made one and then started training and got my skydiving license and have been jumping ever since. I love the sport! There is nothing better than flying your body in the sky with friend and then flying a high performance canopy back to the ground!

      You will love your jump!

      Blue Skies!

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    Regarding Tandem? Any one of u know about Tandem Advance command language

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      TACL (the Tandem Advanced Command Language) is the scripting programming language used in Tandem Computers. Tandem Computers were originally designed and sold by Tandem Computers, Inc., based in Cupertino, CA. Tandem’s strategy was the emerging concept of “continuous availability” that relied on redundant hardware and a well engineered operating system (NonStop Kernel or NSK) to ensure continuous application availability by ensuring the system could survive any single point of hardware failure. Tandem was purchased by Compaq Computer Corporation in 1997. Compaq eventually merged with Hewlett Packard.

      TACL continues to be the scripting language used on Hewlett Packard NonStop Servers. NonStop servers are utilized by many of the largest banks and stock exchanges all over the world.

      TACL is interpreted. TACL instructions can be stored in a simple text file as MACROS, ROUTINES, or DEFINES to make scripts. Such scripts are often used to store complex configuration instructions such as start-up and hardware configuration sequences.

      The TACL language has a large number of Built-in utilities which allow the user to capture output from various system utilities and parse the captured text, line by line or character by character. This allows users to build TACL programs that can monitor system events through the use of filters that monitor the system and application event logs.

      Example of a TACL routine saved in the file FILE1:

      ?Section HELLO_BERNARD ROUTINE

      #OUTPUT Hello BERNARD

      How to run the TACL routine:

      1. From a TACL prompt type: LOAD / KEEP 1 / FILE1 (this loads the routine into memory)

      2. Type: HELLO_BERNARD to run the routine

      3. Output will be: Hello BERNARD

      Or create a file named FILE1 and add the following two lines:

      ?TACL ROUTINE

      #OUTPUT Hello BERNARD !

      Execute the routine by naming the file at the tacl prompt:

      > RUN FILE1

      To learn more: http://www.hp.com/education/courses/u8636s.html

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    Need A Tandem Bike!!! PLEASE!? I live in Bismarck North Dakota. My friend and I want to go on a bike tour later in the summer. We wanted to try doing the tour on a tandem bike (a two-person bike). Does anyone know where I could find one? It could be new or used, in good or bad condition, and the price isn’t really the problem. Please help if you can! If you needed to email me instead of answering here my email is paigeperry2001@yahoo.com

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      Ask at your local bike shop. And even if they don’t stock them, they can order them. They are *not* cheap.

      At least one of our local bike shops even rents tandems, if you wanted to try one out before you bought it you might want to try renting one, if they’re available.

      As for used, I’d suggest craigslist, but http://nd.craigslist.org/bik/ is remarkably empty. I guess check with the local cycling clubs — they usually have classified sections in their newsletters and such.

      Make sure you’ve trained on the tandem before you go on the tour! Riding a tandem is very different than riding standard bikes, and you want some experience with it before you start the tour …

      (I’m assuming that you’re both sufficiently trained for the tour — that’s another can of worms there …)

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    How Does Tandem Skydiving Feel? Okay im a little afraid of heights and the face that ill pass out and the thrill will be too much, but i really wanna go tandem skydiving so just some pointers pls…

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      It’s as easy as falling out of a plane! ?

      There are a few websites you need to check out to get good info on skydiving.

      http://www.uspa.org is the website of the United States Parachute Association, the governing body for sport parachuting in the United States. There is a list of member dropzones on the website along with all sorts of great info on the sport.

      The official site for the British Parachute Association is: http://www.bpa.org.uk/links.htm
      The official site for the Canadian Parachute Association is: http://www.cspa.ca/
      The official site for the Australian Parachute Federation is: http://www.apf.asn.au/

      http://www.dropzone.com is another great resource for everything about skydiving, including dropzones in the United States and the rest of the world, and some BASE too.

      http://www.bigairsportz.com is the web site for Brian Germain, one of the best people on the planet to get information on canopy flight from.

      http://www.skydiveradio.com is just fun and a good place to feel like you're at the drop zone when you can't physically be there.

      http://www.azarsenal.com/ is the website for the top vertical relative work team right now. Arizona Arsenal won the 2007 USA Nationals.

      If you're not sure about skydiving, or you are too young to jump right now, but want to fly you should look at the vertical wind tunnels. http://www.skyventure.com/ is the website for skyventure which operates many tunnels in the United States, Europe and Asia. I love flying in the tunnel. I don't do it very much, I'd rather spend my money on skydives, but it is a great place to learn, work on my flying skills and just have a lot of fun!

      What type of skydive should you do? Tandem or student training...? While, if this jump is just a one time thing, a "check it off your life's to do list," then go for the tandem jump. If you know you want to get into the sport then I would suggest that you start with the tandem just so you have been in the air once before you start student training. But if you know that you will be jumping as a hobby, the going right into the student training would be a good idea too.

      The different in first jump courses is quite a bit. For a tandem you need very little training, five to 20 minutes depending on the dropzone and a few other factors. Student training will start with about 8 to 10 hours of ground training before your jump. Either way you will be jumping with professional, rated skydivers who have been trained to teach and fly with new jumpers. You will not be able to jump solo until you've been cleared by going through a training program.

      Make sure that you contact the drop zone you want to jump at directly. There are a few scams out there, one of which is 1800skyride. They will take your money and send you to any dropzone they want too but only about three dz's in the country except skyride tickets. So please, please, please contact the dropzone directly.

      What does skydiving feel like? — Freedom. For 45 to 60 seconds there is nothing but me, the air and my friends. Flying your body in the sky is the greatest feeling I have ever experienced. Flying and landing a parachute is a lot of fun too. I’d say it is kinda like driving a race car and landing an airplane all at once.

      For me I find relaxation in free fall. I know no better way to relax then jumping out of plane and back flying solo.

      It is very easy to breath in free fall. There is a lot of air up there. Being relaxed and just flying and having fun.

      By the way, if you are afraid of heights you have nothing to worry about for skydiving. After about 2000 feet of climb it will all look the same. When you are in free fall you do not have the feeling of falling because there is nothing to tell you how fast you are falling. Think about as driving down the interstate and looking at an overpass two miles away. You're doing 100mph towards the overpass but it does not seem to be getting any closer until you're right up on it. Same thing in skydiving, the ground is far enough away that there is no ground rush. It took me about 100 jumps before I could see the difference between 12000 feet, 7000 feet and 3000 feet.

      The length of a skydive depends on the type of skydive. a low altitude jump I may have 5 to 20 seconds of free fall. Full altitude I can have 45 to 60 seconds of free fall. If I'm free flying then less free fall because the speeds are higher. If I’m on my belly then more time because the speeds are lower. The canopy flight time depends on how you fly and the type of canopy. It can be anywhere from less than 60 seconds under canopy to 5 or 6 minutes for a normal jump.

      My first jump was a tandem and I don’t remember being in the door, but I remember the rush and how i felt like i was floating during free fall. My first jump as a student I remember climbing out of the plane and getting the shake from my instructors telling me they are ready. I thought, “What the F am I doing?” then I just took a deep breath and gave the exit count. Letting go of the plane and starting the dive flow. What a rush! It was so much fun to fly my own body!

      Now when I jump I think about the next point to turn. I think about flying faster in a track. I watch my friends' body position and try to help them get in a better position with hand signals or I get coaching from someone else and work on my body position. Under canopy I think about my set up points and how and where to enter the landing pattern and where I want to land. But more than anything I think about how much fun and wonderful this sport is.

      The tandem is a great jump. I'd get video too. I made one tandem in June of 2005. If you are looking at skydiving as a one time thing, something to check off your life's to do list then go right for a tandem. If you know you want to be a skydiver right now then go for a tandem or start student training. Either is great. I started skydiving by going for a tandem, thinking it was a one time thing and loved it so much that I have made it a major part of my life. In August of 2005 I started student training (good info about student training at uspa.org) and got my license. I've been jumping as much as I can and have a few hundred jumps. I have earned the USPA Coach Rating and plan to continue to jump for fun and help teach others how to fly and be safe in the air. There is nothing better than flying your body through the sky with your friends. The canopy is a lot of fun to fly too. It only gets better and better. Every weekend seems to be more fun than the one before. You will get into the sport for the rush, but you stay because of the people. I love this sport and I sincerely hope that you'll become a full time skydiver and I'll be able to make some jumps with you at a boogie!

      Blue Skies! Black Death! And EFS!!!!

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