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This former USPA Executive Director recently retired following 13 years in the position .

This former USPA Executive Director recently retired following 13 years in the position .

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This former USPA Executive Director recently retired following 13 years in the position .

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  1. Answer BACK This former USPA Executive Director recently retired following 13 years in the position.

  2. This woman is credited as the first woman to manually activate a parachute after exiting an airplane in flight. Answer BACK

  3. In this year, Joe Kittinger Exited a balloon gondola at 102,800 feet. Answer BACK

  4. This country hosted the first-ever World Parachuting Championships in 1951. Answer BACK

  5. This jumper filed for a patent for the Sentinel Automatic Activation Device in 1960. Answer BACK

  6. This USPA Rating requires a current FAA Class 3 Medical Exam, or the equivalent. Answer BACK

  7. Following several years of development, USPA approved the Integrated Student Program in this year. Answer BACK

  8. This USPA member is credited as being the father of the Acelerated Freefall program. Answer BACK

  9. This time guideline is used by instructors to help keep students attentive and focused during classroom training. Answer BACK

  10. This USPA program was replaced and renamed as the Safety & Training Advisor program in 1985. Answer BACK

  11. This discipline is frequently compared to ballet, but it takes two to tango. Answer BACK

  12. This discipline was recently dropped from the USPA Nationals competition. Answer BACK

  13. This site has hosted the U.S. Nationals more times than any other venue. Answer BACK

  14. 4-way relative work became a part of USPA National competition in this year. Answer BACK

  15. This early 80's 8-way formation skydiving team would often leave their competitors “reflecting” on finding a way to beat them. Answer BACK

  16. This airplane is considered to be the most commonly used aircraft for skydiving operations in the U.S. Answer BACK

  17. This twin turboprop airplane gained popularity as a skydiving aircraft beginning in the mid-90's, although the retractable landing gear has led to many gear-up landings. Answer BACK

  18. This large twin engine airplane saw use as an airliner and in military operations during WW-2 before flying skydivers at boogies across the U.S. starting in the 60's. Answer BACK

  19. This twin engine airplane was used for jumping in the 70's and early 80's. It was known to occasionally stall on jump run, resulting in one fatal crash in 1984. Answer BACK

  20. This high-wing, single engine turboprop utility aircraft can be ordered from the factory with the necessary options for skydiving operations already installed. Answer BACK

  21. This simple device, if installed, pulls the reserve ripcord after the main canopy is released. Answer BACK

  22. This redundant gear check will help ensure that your gear is ready for the skydive. Answer BACK

  23. According to FAA regulations, main canopies may only be packed by these people. Answer BACK

  24. This is a pilot chute fit for a Rigging Innovations Talon or Dirty Harry. Answer BACK

  25. This was the first cross-braced canopy ever manufactured. Answer BACK

  26. USPA requires that these jumpers must be landed by sunset. Answer BACK

  27. Jumping through clouds could get you into hot water with the FAA and the USPA. To remain legal, you have to be horizontally this far away from a cloud when at or above 10,000 Feet. Answer BACK

  28. This section of the USPA Governance Manual outlines the procedures for disciplinary actions. Answer BACK

  29. According to USPA, the drop zone landing area requires this radial distance of unobstructed landing area to meet the requirements for student skydivers. Answer BACK

  30. Early model wingsuits (batwings) were prohibited by the USPA Basic Safety Requirements until this year. Answer BACK

  31. A: Who is Chris Needels BACK

  32. A. Who is Tiny Broadwick (1914 while demonstrating parachute jumps for the Army in San Diego) BACK

  33. A. What was 1960. BACK

  34. A. Where is Yugoslavia BACK

  35. A. Who was Steve Snyder. BACK

  36. What is the USPA Tandem • Instructor rating. BACK

  37. A. What is 2000. BACK

  38. A. Who was Ken Coleman. BACK

  39. A. What is the 90-20-8 rule. BACK

  40. What is the Area • Safety Officer. BACK

  41. A. What is freestyle. BACK

  42. A. What is Sky Surfing. BACK

  43. Where is Muskogee, • Oklahoma BACK

  44. A. When was 1970. BACK

  45. A. Who was Mirror Image. BACK

  46. A. What is the Cessna 182. BACK

  47. What is the • Beechcraft King Air. BACK

  48. A. What is the Douglas DC-3. BACK

  49. What is the Lockheed • Loadstar. BACK