Airman's jump helps shatter world record

Zagursky, Erin
March 2004
Airman;Mar2004, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p10
Reports on U.S. Lt. Col. Doug Strand's decision to join skydiver from around the world in November 2003 to break the world record in canopy formation. Final record set by Strand of the Air Combat Command operations directorate; Previous record set by the European community in 1996.


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