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August 2, 2012
in the US
SQNLDR Sean Walsh and FLTLT
Barry Calver were among 56 skydiv-
ers who jumped from three aircraft
and joined up in midair over the
Perris Valley in California.
The two RAAFies were among
world-class skydivers invited to par-
ticipate in an invitational event called
Power Play from June 28 to July 2.
"The satisfaction of participat-
ing in such high-class events is
immense," SQNLDR Walsh said.
"Formations like this one are very
technical because the openness of
the centre makes them very fragile
"Events like this are great for us
personally and for the Australian
Defence Parachute Association as
we are representing Australian sky-
diving on a world stage."
He said that as a result of events
at Perris Valley, where the event is
held each year, the quality of large
formation Australian skydiving had
NOW: SQNLDR Sean
Walsh, above and
encircled top in the
high in the Californian
sky, and FLTLT Barry
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