When you arrive at the dropzone, just walk on up to where you see people. Don’t be shy! Just ask and you will be directed to someone who can can show you around, and help you get signed in.
If you plan to make a Tandem jump, you are likely to be jumping with one of the following USPA certified Tandem Instructors: All of our Tandem guys are DADs, so they will take great care of you and your young adults.
David learned to skydive right here. Like many people, he just couldn’t stop. He has been one of our Instructors for a few years now. David is also on a competition team and one weekend this Summer made over 50 jumps! David also owns his own airplane and often jumps half the day & flys the other half! David has 2 teenagers who keep him young.
John came to join us immediately after retiring as a MARSOC Marine where his specialties involved parachute rigging and of course skydiving instruction, John has over 10,700 jumps and holds a USPA Tandem Examiner Rating (he can certify Instructors) a USPA AFF Rating, and is an FAA Master Rigger. John has 4 sons Brandon, Hunter, Noah, and Little John
Eric began jumping 20+ years ago and had to pack the parachute that he used for his 1st ever jump. He now has over 6500 Tandem Jumps, holds a USPA Accelerated Freefall Rating and does freefall videography. Eric has 2 sons : Kyle and Ryan
Cindy began jumping 35 years ago & has over 8500 skydives. Her many accomplishments include 3 Skydiving World Records for large Freefall Formations. She founded the School of Human Flight in 1994 after 10 Years of travelling around the World as a free-lance Instructor, Trainer and Photographer/ Videographer. Her qualifications include Instructional Ratings in Tandem, Accelerated Freefall and Static Line. She is an FAA Senior Parachute Rigger , and a Private Pilot. She has been appointed as a USPA Safety and Training Advisor for over 26 years, has served as an Accelerated Freefall Evaluator, and a Jumpmaster and Instructor Course Director (Training Instructors). Her goal is to still be jumping in her 80’s, but she’s currently side-lined recovering from getting some new bionic parts installed.
Doug is a retired US Army Major and used to fly 727’s. He has made 2 jumps but we want him to stay in the plane now! He is Airline Transport Pilot Rated.
Cliff is Doug’s son and a 4th generation pilot. It’s literally in his blood. He holds single and multi engine commercial and Instrument Ratings & decided he’d like to teach others too so he’s working on his Certified Instructor Rating.
Troy began flying for us several years ago. This guy loves to fly, owns his own airplane and is a certified flight Instructor. ah oh. We “lost” Troy to the Airlines but he stills resides locally so hopefully we’ll get him out of jets & back into “normal” planes once in a while.
John has been flying for us for about 3 years. Like Troy, John owns his own airplane. He works for the State when he has to. 😉
If you need to learn how to pack a parachute, or get lots of stuff into a small suitcase, you need to see Todd
Todd pretty much grew up around the Drop Zone. With both parents as skydivers, it’s only natural that he would want to get into the sport as soon as he could. He’s been packing parachutes since he was 14! He has packed hundreds of parachutes and has a perfect record. He jumps too!