freefall parachuting

freefall parachuting

n
a variety of parachuting in which the jumper manoeuvres in free fall before opening the parachute
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After leaving school, he joined the Army, and spent three years with the SAS, during which time he broke his back in three places while freefall parachuting in South Africa.
The Festival also featured a freefall parachuting display by the Syrian Military Team, with the official parachuting competition set to be held on Wednesday along with other sports activities including football, basketball and swimming competitions.
As an added attraction, the match balls are being parachuted in by the Red Devils Freefall Parachuting Team just before kick-off.
Adventurous types will be able to indulge in freefall parachuting, bungee jumping and seesaw rides at the top of the tower, which will be illuminated with lasers.
Airmanship 490 teaches basic freefall parachuting at the Academy's 98th Flying Training Squadron, a place that uses the freefall experience to develop character in the young men and women who will soon be giving tall orders of their own.
Continuous EKG recording during freefall parachuting.
The 4th Battalion of The Parachute Regiment will be performing a death-defying display of freefall parachuting and there will be two demonstrations by The Royal Signals Motorcycle Display Team.
A Foreign Office spokesman said: 'The cause of death was an accident while freefall parachuting.
Nearly half take at least one foreign holiday a year, while a quarter take part in activities such as pot holing, rock climbing, freefall parachuting and acrobatics.
The Renfrewshire student has abseiled off the Wallace Monument and done freefall parachuting to raise support for the Anthony Nolan Bone Marrow Trust.