Recently, the ROC Army Skydiving Team impressed many with a rather difficult performance. The demonstration saw four paratroopers jump out of a helicopter at 7,000 feet, and successfully accomplished several formidable tasks. Let's take a look.
Diving from 7,000 feet above the ground, members of ROC Army Skydiving Team made a highly difficult performance in the air. This is the first time Army Skydiving Team perform 4-people relay skydiving. Every flying member had to control his or her weight between 65kg to 75kg. Wind direction is also a key to a successful skydiving. The team demonstrated three-parachutes-stacking. They separated until the moment before landing. In May of this year, one team member accidentally landed at residential balcony, thereafter the training has paid more attention to wind directions and speeds. Their demonstration earned praise and made novices exclaimed.
TRANSLATED BY：ANTHONY LIN
記者 郭采彥 陳信隆 屏東報導