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jumpmaster

The person designated to supervise a parachutist's exit from the aircraft. He or she is an airborne-qualified individual who is in command of the stick of parachutists from the time they enter the aircraft until they exit. See also stick (ii).
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The majority of the Jumpmaster Course focuses on the jumpmaster personnel inspection.
Chad Jones and the jumpmaster to debark and assess the jumper's condition.
As a jumpmaster, Cadet Bush has bad plenty of experience in the air and knows that ground training greatly prepares his fellow cadets for the nerve rattling experience of freefalling.
PR1(AW/FPJ) Justin Hodges listens intently as jumpmaster PR1(FPJ)Thomas Henderson goes over last minute instructions for his exit.
The Grip Insert provides added protection against possible inadvertent activation of the reserve parachute during inflight door check procedures by an airborne jumpmaster, following a number of jumpmaster extraction incidents over the past two years.
With both Watsu and skydiving, you must suspend all your anxieties and place your complete trust in your coach--whether jumpmaster or masseuse.
championships last month in Los Angeles, made history by landing the first quad-salchow in Olympic history, but the jumpmaster from Illinois who now trains in El Segundo appeared stiff and mechanical at times, and he received four modest 5.
The various joint training events lined up include demolition and sniper training, advance marksmanship, survival training, basic rifle marksmanship, jumpmaster training, humanitarian missions and rotary and fixed wing operations, among others,'' Reyes said.
Publicly accessible apps include Recognition of Combat Vehicles (ROC-V), Jumpmaster Study Guide, Ranger Handbook, and MCoE Arab Cultural Awareness Application.
He is a graduate of the Field Artillery Officer Basic and Captain's Career Courses, the Combined Arms and Services Staff School, the Army Command and General Staff College, the Army Ranger School, the Army Airborne School, the Air Assault School, and the Jumpmaster and Rappel Master Courses.