USPA Make a Save Campaign

USPA Make a Save Campaign

Make A Save Today From USPA: Over the next month, USPA will be introducing its newest effort, the Make A Save campaign. The campaign will encourage jumpers to increase and revitalize their use of gear checks to help prevent accidents. A review of fatalities since 1999...
Parachute System’s Vortex Recall

Parachute System’s Vortex Recall

Parachute System’s vortex recall information. How to get your NEW Rig from Vortex. Please note that in order for us to streamline the recall process we urge you to follow the instructions as set out in the service bulletin. E-mail with necessary claim form and...
Wearing Weights

Wearing Weights

Let’s face it, some of you are skinny lightweights. Some of us aren’t. That alone is enough to make drastically different fall rates, but when you start incorporating different types of jumpsuits, from the very slick designed to go fast to the ZP-lined...
Closing Loops: When To Change Them

Closing Loops: When To Change Them

Closing loops are a vital, and yet cheap and simple part of every skydiving container. The USPA recommends that a closing loop be changed out when it shows more than 10% wear. That’s great, but how do you determine what 10% wear is? I never knew so I did what...

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