The 2014-2015 SIM contains everything for beginners working on a license, current license holders looking to upgrade, skydivers engaging in specialized activities (night, camera, swooping, wing suits, [More...]
The Art of Drag. A History of U.S. Air Force Parachute Technology Development By Andrew S. Kididis
An insider's story of the development of parachutes at Wright-Patterson AFB and other facilities. [More...]
The PARACHUTE RIGGER HANDBOOK (FAA-H-08083-17), is the first new technical "how to" book since the revised Parachute Manual in 1991.
The PRH is the FAA official rigger handbook written by Sandy [More...]
"Eyes in the Sky" is a unique book and a monument in skydiving history. It was made for you, so that this skydiving adventure, captured in colorful images, belongs to you.
Featuring some great [More...]
By Dan Poynter and Mike Turoff. 10th Revised Edition.
Published in 2004. 408 pages and 260 illustrations. The one and only how-to, where-to basic-to-advanced skydiving manual.
Luxurious stitch-bound hardcover book with imprinted textile cover.
This 176 page book has 200 glossy color photographs with captions in French and English.
Size 9' X 12 1/2" (230 X 315mm).
By T.W. Knacke.
This manual provides the tools to evaluate, select, design, test, manufacture, and operate parachute recovery systems.
These systems range from simple, one parachute assemblies [More...]
A Technical Treatise on Aerodynamic Decelerators By Dan Poynter.
The Manual covers everything there is to know about the parachute: Packing, rigging, alterations, design, repairs, [More...]
A Technical Treatise on Aerodynamic Decelerators By Dan Poynter. (Volume II, Since 1985)
Covers all parachute since 1985 plus more on ram-air canopies, sport piggyback harness/container [More...]
A Course of Study for the FAA Senior Rigger Certificate by Dan Poynter and Mark Schlatter.
A step-by-step program of 16 lessons in a large workbook format. Changes to FAR Part 65 make [More...]
Questions, Answers, Explanations and References by Deborah Blackmon.
Studying for the FAA written test just became easier. This study guide by Deborah Blackmon and Dan Poynter contains [More...]