GVA officers are studying in the Ryazan center of the airborne airborne parachute system "Crossbow-1" and "Crossbow-2"
More than 100 officers and instructors of the airborne service from all formations of the Russian Airborne Forces take part in a training camp for the study and practical development…

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BASE FAQ, or why not jump (part 2)
4. Q: so what to jump on? Here I have a Radar, it seems to open quickly ... A: ... if at all opens. The BASE system has 3 great…

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Beginner Tips - Low U-Turn (part 1)
Starting from the very first jumps, skydivers are taught that a low U-turn is one of the main causes of parachuting accidents. When turning, the vertical speed increases, and when…

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How to make money on parachuting (part 3)

Trade is the engine of progress

Creating a full-fledged dropzone with all the infrastructure is just one of the ways to make money by passion for parachuting. It is much easier to organize a business selling various divers parachute equipment and accessories to skydivers. Opening a store will cost significantly less than the construction of an airfield. But the cost of the full equipment of a professional parachutist can reach $ 10 thousand. Continue reading

Research Institute of Parachuting “Rostec” tested the products in its CEO

Rostec creates a parachute for the “Warrior”. The new parachute system takes into account all the features of promising combat equipment

The Research Institute of Parachute Engineering tested the new products at its CEO, 47-year-old Sergey Khursevich, a RBC correspondent reports from the Kirzhach airfield, where the tests took place. Continue reading

10 unique parachute jumps that you didn’t even know

The most restless
Worked in two systems and were able to pull 20 jumps per day? Cool, well done. Inhabitants of the St. Petersburg dropzones nervously swallow tears, but we know that Moscow parachute jumps in this sense are much better organized. At Kolomna Aerograd in the season and a hundred climbs a day is not the limit. However, until the record of American Jay Stokes, we are all so far away. In 2003, he hit the Guinness Book, making 534 jumps per day! Continue reading

The parachute braking system for the T-50 aircraft confirmed the characteristics during the tests
During the flight tests of the 5th generation fighter T-50, the Sukhoi company checked the parachute braking system created for this aircraft, Dmitry Tretyakov, Director General of the Parachute Research…

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CSKA parachutists win gold at the World Cup
At the 35th World Parachuting Championships, women's group competitions for precision landing were held. At the World Parachuting Championships, the first set of awards was played - in women's group…

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Wingsuit - Free Aeronautics
Since ancient times, man dreamed of flying, and even with the advent of airplanes, the relevance of the ancient desire has not diminished. But the world is constantly improving, and…

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Varieties of parachuting
Parachuting requires the athlete's skills to perform a free fall with various acrobatic elements, a controlled descent and an exact smooth landing. The times when the equipment of a paratrooper…

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