A 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division Paratrooper wears a helmet mounted GoPro camera while exiting a C-17 Globemaster III into Trident Juncture 15.
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32 thoughts on “82nd Airborne Division POV GoPro Helmet Cam While Exiting a C-17 Globemaster III”
Nice clean landing- strange that he had his hand over rip cord handle during exit.
Question for Airborne school grads: how long does it take from the time you jump out the plane until the time your feet hit the ground?
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those Oakley boots look amazing
I really want to go to airborne school and jump out of planes like my grandpa!
First jumper was always the best. Perfect exit every time.
Imaging this but worse on D-Day
1:18 – Please explain the release of the leg bag here. Is it similar to the British designed leg bags they talk about in the interview disk of "Band of Brothers?" Also, is there a documentary of a paratroopers jump load item by item. Is there any chance of active duty personnel doing a side-by-side comparison of their gear with a D-Day airborne reenactor? I know it's a lot to ask, but it would be a life changing experience to a righteous history nerd like myself.
Hey all my jumps were night jumps ha ha for all you legs 307th engineer and HHT 82nd Airborne 82 to 86
Play the Jump music from Apex Legends while watching this.
82nd airborne?? Then why he have a 173rd unit patch😂
I would say about 20 of my 137 mass tactical jumps went that smooth. It's usually a rough deal
Obligements for the trip.
''FOR NONE ARE CLOSER TO THE AUTHOR OF SACRIFICE HIMSELF…
THAN THOSE WHO CHOOSE TO PERFORM IT FOR THE SAKE OF OTHERS!'' -gilpin 92818
-former recondo sgt. ''rock'' gilpin 82nd abn. 11b4p 1/504 inf. '71-'74
So peaceful once away from the plane.
Very smooth landing. Nice.
This is why i want to join the army and enlist into the 82nd when i become 17.
Now imagine doing that in combat, noooo thanks!
1:32 that's a pretty awesome shot of all the other troopers coming down.
Now I know for what the white strap in the backpack is, thanks for the video.
its not always as smooth as that! awesome jump under great conditions!
Awesome. That was way smoother than I expected it to be.
probably one of the coolest things I've seen on YouTube in a while.
so there training hu
Wow fun so fun 😄😃😁😊☺
hu3 hu3 br br br
A landig in Russia https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yAjPsGI5kg8
another shitt?, non sense!
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