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On recent skydives, the dive flow indicates lower deployment altitudes since I am more experienced to deal with malfunctions and canopy traffic with other skydivers.CorrectIncorrect
If too many jumpers crowd the door, the aircraft may become uncontrollable because the center of gravity (CG) shifts aft (rear) of the acceptable limits, causing the plane to stall.CorrectIncorrect
What are your assigned DEPLOYMENT and DECISION altitudes for this skydive?CorrectIncorrect
Ì will follow the canopy flight plan discussed with my instructor for this skydive.CorrectIncorrect
I should leave both toggles stowed if I have line twists.CorrectIncorrect
After opening your main parachute, you notice line twists. How will you fix this problem?CorrectIncorrect
What will you do in an aircraft emergency? (drag and drop)
- On instructor’s or pilot’s directions, exit, two count, deploy reserve parachute
- On instructor’s or pilot’s directions, exit, two count, deploy main parachute
- On instructor’s or pilot’s directions, remain in plane with seatbelt and helmet on
Above 1,500 feet
Above 2,500 feet
Below 1,500 feet
(Drag and drop)
What will your response be to a:
- Deploy reserve parachute immediately
- Make two attempts (or take two additional seconds) to deploy main pilot chute, assess—if needed, cut away main and deploy reserve parachute
- Cut away main parachute and deploy reserve parachute immediately
Match these two-canopy-out scenarios to the correct response below (drag and drop).
- Disconnect RSL, fly dominant canopy (one in front) gently to a large clear area, do not flare, PLF
- Disconnect RSL, fly dominant canopy (one more-overhead) gently to a large clear area, do not flare, PLF
- Disconnect RSL, cut away main parachute, steer reserve parachute normally, flare normally, prepare to PLF
Match the flight visibility and cloud clearance requirements with the correct altitudes at which they apply (drag and drop).
Above 10,000 feet
Below 10,000 feet