Wing Suit Flying – A quite appropriate name for the monstrous. Wingsuit flying took the lives of many courageous souls. But still it appeals hundreds of willing to try their luck. First of all, the well-known are flying in wing suit that look like diving birds. Skydiver flies not down, but forward. The vertical component of velocity ranges about one hundred miles per hour and can soar rising for up to two minutes. There are hundreds of incident took place like the American fearless Jeb Corliss, 35, broke both of his legs and was flew to hospital following the horrific 120mph smash in Cape Town.
We have all appreciated the amazing videos of people like Robert, Yuri and Loic flying their wingsuits. It is natural that you want to follow in their slipstreams or may be the thrills of doing wingsuit flying that attracts you but you just make sure we do so safely and with adequate preparation, as life is too precious and important than any other thing in the world. It is still a comparatively new discipline. It needs jumpers to develop new skills, new muscle memory, new judgement and new understanding. So, one should keep all these things in mind.
The United States Parachute Association (USPA) requires in the Skydivers Information Manual that any jumper flying a wingsuit for the first time have at least of 200 freefall skydives, made within the past 18 months, and received instructions from an experienced wing suit jumper, or 500 jumps experience to go without an instructor. Similar Requirements are for other nations. Wingsuit manufacturers offer training courses and certify instructors. Here I am goint to show the different pictures and videos of Wingsuit Jumping from accoss the world.
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