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How Dangers Of Parachuting Can Be Counteracted With A Military Parachuting Manual
by: John Ewing

A military parachuting manual can be a very helpful text. Parachuting is one of the most dangerous activities available. Simple problems like having an improperly folded parachute can kill you. Moreover, not clearing the plane in an appropriate descent is very dangerous. The parachutist must also have all of the appropriate equipment in order to survive. Military parachuting manuals offer information on a number of topics. One United States Army manual contains information that not only helps the crew understand their duties both in the ground and on the air during a jump, but it also discusses key positions within a jump unit, the equipment necessary for a jump, and the jump protocol.

The Royal Air Corps military parachuting manual lays out a number of different rules for student parachutists before they are allowed to have the ability to jump. A ground crew must be able to send a message to the plane communicating wind direction and speed. They must also be allowed to abort the mission if necessary. This helps to keep the jumpers safe. Also, all jumpers have to have two reserve systems in the event of a jumping emergency. Moreover, students must jump with approved, certified coaches to keep them safe. Along with that, students will not be cleared to jump by themselves until they have undergone the necessary training and certification procedures. In order to become certified, students have to undergo a series of jumps at different heights.

The Royal Air Corps military parachuting manual also discusses the criteria for parachutist recruit selection. This helps to ensure that only the fittest candidates get the job. Military parachuting is rigorous, and the rules in the manual help decide who is best to undergo the tough tasks. Recruits spend two weeks building up endurance and stamina levels on fitness courses. They are then tested on their ability to deal with mental stress, as they will face those types of situations while parachuting. Once these tests are passed, they are allowed to begin parachute training.

There are a number of different military parachuting manuals. It is standard procedure for members of many different military forces to familiarize themselves with them, as they contain information on everything from the fitting of the parachute to water landings. A military parachute manual is a very helpful piece of literature.

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John Ewing is the author of many articles published in John used to add interesting skydiving equipment reviews on powered parachutes as well as tips for first time jumpers. Read further information on parachutes at http://www.skydiving-parachuting-guide. ... hutes.html.

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