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Petey the Paratrooper – Children’s Book

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The good ‘ol PLF, rarely was executed exactly as we were taught. IT is SUPPOSED to be 5 points of contact feet, calf, thigh, bottom then onto your side/back, but we all know that most of the time it did not happen in that order.




In this video, a high wind seems to have captured the paratrooper and sent him to the ground completely backward at a high speed. We counted three points of contact, and in the video, you will notice they are quite easy to count. We are happy to let you know that this paratrooper once commented on this post and said it was him in the video. So he is ok, shout out to you brother – Stay Airborne my friends…




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