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Examples of Good Paratrooper Jump Technique

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Uploaded on Oct 26, 2007

Except for two jumpers who stutter-stepped at the door and were spun around upon exit, these experienced paratroopers have ON THEIR OWN came up with their own way to walk at a 45 degree angle to the jump door and then step out from the jump platform with the leg leading into the slipstream first and then snapping into a tight body position "knife edge" to cut through the air smoothly and not be spun around.

http://www.combatreform.com/jumpschoo...

The problem is that this was a DAY jump and they could SEE what they were doing. This is why the weak institutionalized technique of what steps are taken and how, coupled with no markings on the aircraft floor is not A-O-K. Real Airborne professionals will not be singing egomaniac perversions of The Battle Hymn of the Republic but would be working their 5th points of contact off to provide more effective Airborne 3D maneuver warfare to serve the Republic---instead of feeding their weak egos with I-am-more-Airborne-Than-Thou crap.

http://www.combatreform.com/airbornew...

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