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If your canopy has a problem (broken lines, etc.), how many times do you control check it?CorrectIncorrect
When two canopies are approaching each other head-on, what should both canopies do?CorrectIncorrect
Winds are blowing from south to north, which direction is best for landing?CorrectIncorrect
I will stop monitoring my altitude once I have safely landed.CorrectIncorrect
An Automatic Activation Device (AAD) attempts reserve parachute activation by cutting the closing loop around 750 feet with freefall speeds of 78 mph or faster.CorrectIncorrect
What are your assigned DEPLOYMENT and DECISION altitudes for this skydive?CorrectIncorrect
Why is getting a visual pin check BEFORE exiting the airplane important for ALL skydivers?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
(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