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In Category B, you learn to become more comfortable in the skydiving environment.Read More
Have a head start on the point of the next lesson’s freefall skills: relaxed control using the procedure, “altitude, arch, …Read More
In Category D, you’ll learn to control heading by modifying the neutral position using your upper body to deflect air.Read More
In Category E, you practice unpoised (door) exits and aerobatics to increase your confidence, awareness, and control in freefall.Read More
Tracking is a basic group skydiving skill that enables jumpers to gain sufficient freefall separation for a safe opening. It …Read More
Two canopies out usually happens if the AAD fired during your main...
High speed malfunctions (total malfunction or less than 5 cells inflated)...
The jumper can usually correct routine (minor) problems and low speed...