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This skydive is a PLANNED RELEASE jump. If you find yourself alone, follow the A.I.R. Rule. What is the A.I.R. Rule?CorrectIncorrect
To perform the Roll to Recover Technique when on your back, remain altitude aware, ARCH, remove one arm from the relative wind while extending the other arm, roll over, and continue to maintain altitude awareness.CorrectIncorrect
A flat turn is a braked turn, keeping the canopy overhead.CorrectIncorrect
Ì will follow the canopy flight plan discussed with my instructor for this skydive.CorrectIncorrect
What are your assigned DEPLOYMENT and DECISION altitudes for this skydive?CorrectIncorrect
At the assigned deployment altitude, I will WAVE-ARCH-REACH-PULL-ARCH.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
A slider hang-up is what kind of malfunction?CorrectIncorrect
A pilot chute in tow is what kind of malfunction?CorrectIncorrect
A bag lock is what kind of malfunction?CorrectIncorrect
A streamer is what kind of malfunction?CorrectIncorrect
An out-of-sequence deployment is what kind of malfunction?CorrectIncorrect
Check the Malfunctions section!
If you can’t find and/or deploy your pilot chute, what kind of malfunction is this?CorrectIncorrect
A line over is what kind of malfunction?CorrectIncorrect
Broken line(s) are what kind of malfunction?CorrectIncorrect
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