by Julie Cooper
If jumping out of an aircraft at 13,000ft is on your 'bucket list' then here's how to make it a reality, courtesy of the Army Parachute Association's Julie Cooper.
Julie is the Marketing and Sales manager for the Army Parachute Association, based at Netheravon airfield.
"I love the ethos of the APA," says Julie. "It has charitable objectives aimed at promoting and supporting sports parachuting for military personnel, active and retired, able and disabled. We welcome civilian members and tandem students; benefiting enormously from the skills and diversity they bring.
"We strive for excellence in everything. Being a not-for-profit organisation, we are committed to providing the highest level of training for everyone, from those beginning their skydiving journey, to those progressing to the highest level. It’s an awesome place to learn such an extreme sport!"
For a first-hand account of Julie's own tandem skydive experience, take a look at her blog.
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