r/instant_regret May 27 '22 Gold 1 Helpful 9 Wholesome 7 Silver 19

She didn't realize how high that jump was

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u/BoringDisk May 27 '22

She could have gotten another flip in if she didn't stop halfway

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u/ExpressSetting8 May 27 '22

When in trouble, go for a double

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u/seven3true May 27 '22

Alright there Team Rocket...

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u/[deleted] May 27 '22

instructions unclear: double downed on a stupid argument and made myself look even more stupid ( I think im right though )

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u/the_canucks May 27 '22

You can be President if you double down on every lie you ever tell!

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u/Izzvzual May 27 '22

Shouldve tuck.

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u/hammnbubbly May 27 '22

It’s the flailing arms that get me

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u/Benjimite_ May 27 '22 Silver

Lmao she dived gta5 style

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u/dancingcuban May 27 '22

Someone needs to add the wasted animation to this.

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u/VelkaHemingway May 27 '22 Helpful

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u/giantsoftheartic May 27 '22

I just wish we could hear her horrified scream too! Legend has it, she teleported to the nearest hospital in Los Santos and the surgery to fix all the broken bones in her back only cost $5,000.

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u/Ninder975 May 27 '22 Silver Gold Helpful Wholesome All-Seeing Upvote Bravo! This Facepalm Sidevote I'd Like to Thank...

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u/SiTheRuckDown May 27 '22

Can confirm. Way funnier with this.

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u/lilpenguin1028 May 27 '22

Got me good, damnit.

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u/landob May 27 '22

almost got me, but luckily a ad kicked in before the actual video lol

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u/lilpenguin1028 May 27 '22

I want to say "lucky" to play into the reaction meme, but I actually enjoy the song. I just didn't expect it.

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u/Doktor_Vem May 27 '22 Helpful

I wonder how many of those 1.2 B I L L I O N views were actually intentional and how many were the result of a cruel, cruel prank

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u/Aksi_Gu May 27 '22

At least 1 was Rick Astley himself falling for a rickroll

Upon closer inspection a different link was used so nevermind!

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u/hzfan May 27 '22

upon closer inspection these are loafers

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u/[deleted] May 27 '22

XcQ, link stays blue

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u/Red_Koolaid May 27 '22

XcQ, not clicking on you

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u/ornryactor May 27 '22

Lol, that made me do a double-take. That's clever.

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u/AffEesHeed May 27 '22

Lol, the timing is perfect.

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u/harrysplinkett May 27 '22

W A S T E D

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u/surajvj May 27 '22

Don't Drink and Drive Dive.

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u/ftlftlftl May 27 '22

I went to a Caribbean island and they had these sailing/snorkel/rope swing tours. They served alcohol on board but had big signs everywhere that said "Drinking and snorkeling DON'T mix.

The first stop was over a wreck pretty far from shore with rough waves. They didn't require life jackets either (although most people had them) but anyways, yeah don't drink and do shit in the ocean.

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u/ModaMeNow May 27 '22

You shit in the ocean?

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u/ftlftlftl May 27 '22

I mean the fish do, so why can't I?

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u/ModaMeNow May 27 '22

Solid point

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u/RincewindToTheRescue May 27 '22

Problem is that I eat a high fiber diet. No solid points coming from me.

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u/Dusk_Killaz May 27 '22

I too eat high fiber and shit literal cinder blocks. Please help.

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u/Champagne_Padre May 27 '22

**proceeds to divert all domestic sewer lines to the ocean

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u/PutinBoomedMe May 27 '22

My client was off the coast of Jamaica and they were drinking on a boat tour. The guide told them they could wade the water and jump in if they wanted to whole they took some time to work on the boat. My client assumed this meant it was deep enough to plunge into. It was only like 3ft. He jumped feet first in expecting to sink to the bottom and ended up blowing out both of his ankles. He had to be sent to the airport in a wheelchair lol

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u/ilivearoundtheblock May 27 '22

OP made me think of this but your comment sealed it. I thought we all learned this in childhood?:

Don't jump when you don't know how far down it is. Don't jump when you don't know how deep it is.

Yeah I do feel bad for your client, tho. That's a hard way to learn that lesson.

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u/Ironmansoltero May 27 '22

I have a chipped tooth from childhood as reminder of this.

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u/just-peepin-at-u May 27 '22

That is super rough for their client, but I have known of people paralyzed from similar situations. Broken ankles suck but better than the alternative.

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u/[deleted] May 27 '22

...does he not know what wading is? If someone tells me I can go wade in the water my first thought is that it's shallow enough to walk in

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u/sketch006 May 27 '22

Thank good he didn't dive head first

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u/PutinBoomedMe May 27 '22

The story makes me shiver to this day

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u/Syrinx221 May 27 '22

OMG

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u/PutinBoomedMe May 27 '22

The story makes me cringe!

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u/GWvaluetown May 27 '22 Duck Dance

That’s actually a thing with depth perception and water. Paratroopers are trained to not release from their parachutes until they touch the water. There are some that have thought they may have been 5 meters from the water, but really were 50meters above it and have been injured or died on impact.

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u/senorpoop May 27 '22

Similar thing with landing seaplanes on calm water. You're trained to just descend at a constant rate until you contact the water instead of trying to "flare" the landing since your depth perception doesn't work with glassy water.

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u/utack May 27 '22

Wouldn't your radar altimeter work perfectly?

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u/iiiinthecomputer May 27 '22

A lot of seaplanes have barely any instruments at all. Those old-model Twin Otters and Beavers still in use often haven't had an avionics upgrade from their stock set of basic instruments.

Radar altimeter? Ha, that would require an electrical system.

More seriously, lots of light aircraft just don't have a reliable, precise and readable radar altimeter. Especially bush planes.

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u/LEERROOOOYYYYY May 27 '22

I went deep sea fishing off the coast of Vancouver Island last year and the charter seaplane we took out to the lodge was done to the tits. Basically a private jet.

Then the manager of the lodge had what I can only describe as a 96 civic of seaplanes which he used to get groceries for his cabin

There's a really big variety out there lol. It's wild watching them fly them like taxis in what I thought was pretty low cloud cover especially with tall hills and what-not. Seemed super dangerous.

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u/BadManners- May 27 '22

This sounds dope af

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u/LEERROOOOYYYYY May 27 '22

Great perk trip, boss is taking me again this year too, helicopter in/out though.

I actually sat shotgun on the way back, I didn't take any pictures of the full cockpit but this one I took shows the alt gauge.

https://i.imgur.com/Xrj3ZWj.jpg

Way smoother landing on water than asphalt btw

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u/LEERROOOOYYYYY May 27 '22 Helpful

The pilot was a fuckin cowboy I'll tell ya. The lodge was built on the piece of land which connects a peninsula to an island so both sides of the lodge have water views and the dock side is in kind of a small lake with 1 entrance to a river which leads to the ocean.

This fucker comes in I swear like 15 feet above water at 250kmph, swoops in through the entrance to the lake so the wingtip was like 5' off the water, then hooks a right and sets it down and glided right into the docks. I'm 40% sure I heard him yell YEEEEEHAAWWW

Here are some pics from the flight in

Wingtip

flew at this height for about 30 seconds into the inlet

1 day fish haul

it's pretty nice out there

Started a free streamable trial to upload a portion of the vid, sorry for changing to horizontal halfway through lol

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u/Ok-Influence6062 May 27 '22

Damn, started a free trial and everything lol logged in just to upvote this. Thanks for the cool pics/video!

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u/artemis_nash May 27 '22

Man I'm so glad you went to the effort to post the video. Seen videos of planes taking off before, but never one that had me feeling it like this one. Like I got that drop in my stomach when you actually got fully into the air.. such a weird sensation! And just laying my ass on my bed watching someone else's phone video lol.

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u/outphase84 May 27 '22

The trick to gauging distance from water is to pay attention to how tiny the reflecting specks of light on them are. See how they look like specks of dust in that pic? That's high up.

On the flip side, the pic OP posted in another reply that showed the low altitude flight, the light reflections are real big. That's low down.

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u/qwertyconsciousness May 27 '22

Ope forgot the sugar, let me just hop on my wright brothers plane on skis to go grab it right quick

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u/Art_VanDeLaigh May 27 '22

96 civic of seaplanes...so it was sick and he got a lot of attention from the ladies, right? Right??

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u/Shannon3095 May 27 '22

only if it had a loud exhaust and peeling window tint

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u/PostPunkPromenade May 27 '22

Seemed super dangerous.

(it was)

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u/IFR_Flyer May 27 '22

What radar altimeter?

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u/sidepart May 27 '22

Dude must be flying one of those fancy pantsy jobs with with radalts and redundant blended navigation solutions.

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u/[deleted] May 27 '22

well now that all depends on a lot of factors

like type of plane, type of instrumentation, etc...

steam gauge alts would be difficult to tell smaller increments such as 5-10 feet at a time

but with more modern glass cockpits it would be more feasible, yeah

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u/Topken89 May 27 '22

You know you can just ratchet strap a guy to the bottom of the plane, have him stick his finger out when you are landing, and pull on a string you are both holding to let you know when you are about to touch the water, right?

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u/ImpeccablyCromulent May 27 '22

Yeah, but they die every landing and you have to keep replacing them and it's such a bother.

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u/AICPAncake May 27 '22

Recently figured out how to hack this…

If you tie them back-first to the bottom of the plane, you can tie their hand to the string and let that arm dangle. When it hits the water, their arm will still jerk back thereby pulling the string.

Still have to replace them once they start to decompose, but this will get you a few more landings in a pinch.

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u/ImpeccablyCromulent May 27 '22

takes notes

Brilliant! I'll cancel my order of 12 SLAs (sacrificial landing assistants).

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u/bestboah May 27 '22

maybe just get 6?

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u/FkIForgotMyPassword May 27 '22

I'm guessing it wouldn't work either if trying to land on a lake, if the lake's altitude isn't known to the pilot.

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u/rawbface May 27 '22

Sure if you had one.

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u/TimmyAndStuff May 27 '22 Take My Energy

I'm so dumb, I thought "release their parachute" meant deploy their parachute and I got so confused for a second there. I thought you were saying the military was basically training them to play chicken so that they wouldn't deploy their paracute too high up for some reason lol

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u/Shinybobblehead May 27 '22

Bro I was so confused lmao thank you for this clarification

My brain could not come up with a single explanation for why *deploying* your parachute at 50m was bad

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u/Farm_Nice May 27 '22

That’s exactly what I thought, like why would they not have their parachute out at 50m lol

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u/ReactsWithWords May 27 '22 Silver

Same here. “OK, I landed. I guess now’s a good time to open the parachute.”

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u/[deleted] May 27 '22 edited 29d ago

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u/ivegotapenis May 27 '22

The one where you end up with an actual halo.

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u/blueberees May 27 '22

Am very glad I’m not the only one

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u/Civil-Attempt-3602 May 27 '22

Ok that makes sense now

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u/MisterChief343 May 27 '22

Oh my god I was so confused too haha

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u/Billybob9389 May 27 '22

I'm glad I'm not the only one that thought that.

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u/throwawaygreenpaq May 27 '22

I didn’t even realise this. I’d be ded. Thanks for reminding us that we do not deploy it at 5m from the ground. Haha!

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u/thehydrastation May 27 '22

I'm with you in the dummy club haha

I was like uh...aren't they way more likely to die if they wait until they're already at the point of impact?

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u/Technical_Orchid7627 May 27 '22

I feel that parachuting into water is extremely dangerous. What do you do when you land in the water and the parachute tangles up on you?

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u/dunderthebarbarian May 27 '22

Release the harness, let yourself sink, come up several meters away.

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u/Mechakoopa May 27 '22

I just had a terrible idea for dissolving parachutes and harnesses. No jumping in the rain, though.

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u/TF141_Disavowed May 27 '22

You’re not supposed to jump in the rain anyways, if parachutes get wet they can’t deploy properly.

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u/Odd_Employer May 27 '22

Dissolving ones certainly wouldn't deploy in the rain either.

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u/gdj11 May 27 '22

But if you add some fruity flavoring to the parachute at least you can enjoy a delicious snack before you die

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u/The_Crimson_Fucker May 27 '22

It has more to do with cloud clearances than it does the water.

It's not good to pack your canopy wet but they do get wet all the time during swoop competitiona.

Of course the other factor is you end up running into the rain since your falling faster than it.

Source: am backpacked freak that jumps outa shitty airplanes

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u/FernwehHermit May 27 '22 I'm Deceased

Not die from falling 50m that's for sure

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u/Dat_Boi_Aint_Right May 27 '22

10m when you aren't expecting it is enough to ruin your day. Think about a belly flop from your basic diving board that's barely 1m above the surface.

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u/ZeroFK May 27 '22

I heard an emergency doctor say that they regard any fall of 3m or higher as potentially life threatening. That was not about falling into water though.

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u/heteromer May 27 '22

There's a good study that looked at whether parachutes actually saves lives. They made people jump out of the plane, and randomised them in two groups -- one that contains a parachute and another that doesn't carry a parachute (they used a backpack so obviously the participants were blinded and didn't know which group they were in). It's a very interesting read!!

https://www.bmj.com/content/363/bmj.k5094

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u/OJStrings May 27 '22

Haha that's hilarious! Was it released as an April fools joke or something? I was so confused until they explained methodology.

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u/Noobefloob May 27 '22

I've been reading for 10 mins and I'm still confused. Can't tell if this is masterful professional satire, or something I'm sincerely missing

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u/Kitayuki May 27 '22

The participants who did ultimately enroll, agreed with the knowledge that the aircraft were stationary and on the ground.

They did a scientific study on jumping from aircraft with vs. without a parachute, but buried the lede by not prominently mentioning that the aircraft was grounded when the participants jumped from it. Nonetheless, scientifically speaking, study participants did jump from an aircraft without a parachute and survived at the same rate as those who had a parachute, so who is to say whether parachutes are really useful?

After several rounds of discussion, the Registry declined to register the trial because they thought that “the research question lacks scientific validity” and “the trial data cannot be meaningful.” We appreciated their thorough review (and actually agree with their decision).

The PARACHUTE trial satirically highlights some of the limitations of randomized controlled trials. [...] The PARACHUTE trial does suggest, however, that their accurate interpretation requires more than a cursory reading of the abstract. Rather, interpretation requires a complete and critical appraisal of the study.

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u/gtfoherethrowaway May 27 '22

you have a hook knife to cut yourself free if that happens. Ideally you're well trained enough to free yourself easily. Water landings are a part of your B licensing in skydiving last i thought.

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u/ExileOnMainStreet May 27 '22

Yeah, and as a person with less than stellar swimming ability, it was the scariest experience of my life that I can remember. I've never opened my eyes underwater before, and at the time I couldn't go under without holding my nose. The second I was in the water with a harness on I had a full on fucking panic attack and came up under the canopy, so I basically got full body waterboarded. Luckily for me there's no B license requirement to be good at landing in the water, you just have to do it. That said, I know plenty of people who just sign your license card and you never actually do the training. I'm not jumping at the moment, but I'm fuckin glad they did away with the mandatory night jumps for a D license. That was a deal breaker for me.

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u/hi_me_here May 27 '22

drown

or don't, it's your lungs i spose

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u/iliveandbreathe May 27 '22

Don't panic, panic a little, stop panicking entirely.

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u/Bkaps May 27 '22

Drown. The good thing is nothing will try to eat your corpse because they think you're a jellyfish.

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u/a_concerned_cat May 27 '22

Sea turtles eat jellyfish.

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u/holysmokesiminflames May 27 '22

I'd be okay with being sea turtle food.

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u/MFGrape1282 May 27 '22

The next emergency landing I will cover is the “WATER LANDING.”

Jumpers...hit it!

Check canopy, gain canopy control.

If you are drifting towards a body of water, immediately look then slip away. If you cannot avoid the water, look below you to ensure there are no fellow jumpers and lower your equipment. Next, jettison your helmet, making a mental note of where it lands. Activate the quick release in the waistband. Disconnect the left connector snap and rotate the reserve parachute to the right. Seat yourself well into the saddle and activate the quick release in the chest strap, completely removing the chest strap from the chest strap friction adapter. Regain canopy control. Prior to entering the water, assume a landing attitude by keeping your feet and knees together, knees slightly bent, and place your hands on both leg strap ejector snaps. When the balls of your feet make contact with the water, activate both leg strap ejector snaps, arch your back, throw your arms above your head, and slide out of the parachute harness. Be prepared to execute a proper Parachute Landing Fall if the water is shallow. Swim upwind, or upstream, away from the canopy. If the canopy comes down on top of you, locate a seam, and follow it to the skirt of the can- opy.

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u/stone_henge May 27 '22

Take the knife you've been holding in your mouth all this time and cut your way out. Then you fold out a telescopic snorkel and swim underwater to the target while green text on the screen prints the year, time of day, location and mission.

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u/papa_jahn May 27 '22

“Remember - no Walrus”

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u/wwwyzzrd May 27 '22

Then prepare yourself for 8 more hours of mediocre gameplay, because this is the tutorial and the devs want to save some cool stuff for DLC, but also prevent you from returning it, so they've packed all the really cool mechanics into the tutorial and first mission (about 2 hours of gameplay including cutscenes), but they're actually pretty shallow and generally not implemented in later missions which are pretty cookie-cutter "Go to A kill B" type missions, and yeah, you could use stealth but it's not really hard enough that you couldn't just run & gun the whole thing.

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u/Psychological_Air853 May 27 '22

You pick one of the seams in the parachute and follow it till your out of it.

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u/Screwball1984 May 27 '22

We actually had a day in our unit where we intentionally jumped into water for training, so you can experience what to do in the event of an accidental water landing. With divers and boats on hand to help out.

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u/CarrionComfort May 27 '22

Sea plane pilots have to deal with this perception problem in glassy water conditions. The protocol is essentially doing the “laziest” landing ever. Pitch the plane up a bit, keep on the power to keep the nose up while slowly descending, use your instruments and do nothing else until everything that needs to be on the water is on the water.

I couldn’t find it but I watched a video of a glassy water take off with the camera pointed out towards the side at something hanging down from the wing. When the plane started gaining altitude, you could only see that happened because the reflection of the wing structure moved down and out of the shot. If you were looking at the real wing you’d have thought you barely moved.

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u/OsiyoMotherFuckers May 27 '22

Is this only in the very glassiest conditions? I have flown (as a passenger) in Beavers and Otters quite a bit, some for work and some on my own time. When it’s a commercial flight, the pilots always fly very gently and comfortably and make very gradual descents when landing. When it’s the guys who pilot our work flights they will nose dive straight to the water when landing and flatten out at the last second, and they take us through turbulence that’s like hanging on to a bucking horse.

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u/CarrionComfort May 27 '22

It doesn’t have to be super glassy. As long as the sky is reflected well enough to fool our depth perception then it’ll be considered a glassy water landing.

At 15:50 in this video you’ll see a good example of how little the plane seems to move compared to its reflection. 18:35 for the explanation.

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u/Matt081 May 27 '22

We did a swim call in the ocean on the aircraft carrier. What looked like a ripple from ~30ft up in the hangar bay was a pretty intense swell. To top it off, diving into 95 degree water in the Persian Gulf is not refreshing.

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u/Matt081 May 27 '22

95F obviously. Maybe slight exaggeration, but 90F is expected.

Yeah, surface layer in Persian Gulf can be pretty warm on a hot day. I have seen temperatures as high as 80F for seawater intake 35ft deep.

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u/Davecasa May 27 '22

Off Guam we were getting 93F intakes, about 12 ft down. I was supposed to alert up the chain if coolant temps were above 95F, I'm like the intake is 93...

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u/CreationBlues May 27 '22

And the warm water is only on the top of the sea, if you go just a few feet down you'll hit a literal line between the warm and cold water.

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u/kurburux May 27 '22

There was a swimming event in UAE where the hot water temperature even lead to one death.

"The water was amazingly hot. For sure, it was more than 30 degrees [Celsius, or 86 degrees Fahrenheit]," said winner Thomas Lurz of Germany, according to the Associated Press. "Nobody thought such things like yesterday could happen. ...It shows it was really just too hot. It was not just one swimmer. There were many swimmers who had serious problems in the water."

A hot water temperature is even worse if people are doing a race.

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u/Britlantine May 27 '22 edited May 27 '22

How does releasing a parachute when you touch water help? Isn't it too late by then? Or is it the equivalent of pulling a handbrake on descent?

EDIT: Thanks for the responses. I'd misunderstood this as opening the chute when in fact release means disconnecting/detaching the chute.

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u/AnnoyinWarrior May 27 '22

I misread it and was confused too. They said release FROM their parachute. So in other words, only detach once you touch water.

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u/hggdsdfr45678765 May 27 '22

Parachute is already deployed and you're steadily falling. Releasing yourself from the parachute is different than deploying it

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u/spacediarrehea May 27 '22

Never gets old

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u/CommunityOrdinary234 May 27 '22

I’m pretty empathetic, but I will never not laugh at an “influencer” making an ass of themselves.

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u/Most_moosest May 28 '22

These type of "look at me living the high life" -posts make me cringe so fucking hard. This is the epitome of what's wrong with social media.

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u/sparklingdinosaur May 28 '22

Also the tag is sticking out!!! Annoys me to no end xD

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u/Thatusernamewasnot May 27 '22

Can anyone add a "plip" sound at the end? Like a drop of water. That would be funnier

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u/Uriah_Peep May 27 '22

Sure let me find the rick roll link like that guy up there.

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u/Foef_Yet_Flalf May 27 '22

Gmod tooltip sound effect

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u/Thatusernamewasnot May 27 '22

I didn't understand half of what you said. And by half, i meant "gmod tooltip" sorry :(

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u/Foef_Yet_Flalf May 27 '22

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u/bethedge May 27 '22

I’d you say analogue again I’m going to hunt you like an animal in the forest

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u/BielsaBalls May 27 '22

Love it hahahaa

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u/Emuporn May 27 '22

Be the change you want to see.

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u/Thatusernamewasnot May 27 '22

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u/Gilsworth May 27 '22

I feel like that's the sort of guy to hack the Chuck-E-Cheese animatronics.

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u/Thatusernamewasnot May 27 '22

He looks more like an animatronic himself though

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u/Gilsworth May 27 '22

Know thy enemy

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u/ManiacalVDog May 27 '22 Silver All-Seeing Upvote

How humiliating. Her tag was showing.

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u/whoami4546 May 27 '22

haha I was thinking the exact same thing. I also want to point out her bottom was flipped near her thigh.

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u/Bloodyrazor12 May 28 '22

near her thigh.

Sir that is her ass cheek

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u/jamie1414 May 27 '22

I too, was staring at her ass.

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u/Formal_Bandicoot_910 May 27 '22

Fuck. Thank you!

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u/Strength-InThe-Loins May 27 '22

That landing must have hurt like hell.

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u/Mybrandnewhat May 27 '22

For real. She did the worst thing possible a cupped her back which causes the slapping effect.

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u/JawnF May 27 '22

I've hit the water like this from a fraction of this height and it does hurt like hell.

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u/cdiddy06 May 27 '22

Nice fake sip of wine there before she jumped

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u/arealhumannotabot May 27 '22

What? Didn't you see her look SO DAMN COOL?

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u/23x3 May 27 '22

I can appreciate the confidence but the overconfidence squandered her judgement

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u/PetrichorGreen May 27 '22

So sick of everyone trying to live like celebrities or at least look like it. I wish they all could see what we see - how ridiculous they all look.

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u/fishsticks40 May 27 '22

Imagine getting to spend an evening on a luxury yacht and wasting it all making scripted IG content.

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u/RamessesTheOK May 27 '22

But it's the instagram content that pays for the yacht

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u/Immediate_Katz_7880 May 27 '22

I’ve been on a yacht a few times, and during each of them a couple women were falling over themselves to gather IG content.

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u/toastymarbles May 27 '22

Not like there's a lot to do. You can fish, swim, drink, read, hang out and chat, and make scripted IG content, you have all evening, may as well do it all.

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u/InYoCabezaWitNoChasa May 27 '22

And badly too lmao. Even if she'd dived correctly the video would still have her weird robotic movements from the intro.

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u/Kalsifur May 27 '22

Yea for some reason this made me uncomfortable like kinda uncanny valley.

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u/Phinster1965 May 27 '22

I love that she thought her IG video was going to look like a freaking perfume add, but instead she got vintage AFHV.

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u/TheWolphman May 27 '22

Classic fear of committment.

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u/Gilgameshbrah May 27 '22

Story of my life^

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u/gman1951 May 27 '22 edited May 27 '22

See what happens when you drunk dive.

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u/taco_abuser86 May 27 '22

That hurt me!

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u/bdd4 May 27 '22

My back 😰

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u/KaaboomT May 27 '22

She’s getting more views doing a back buster than she ever would have with a graceful dive.

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u/brent_cockman May 27 '22

that's funny af

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u/SufferForYourCrimes May 27 '22

Yeah I really appreciate the freeze frame where you can see she really knows that she messed up and that it's gonna hurt

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u/NoPush2930 May 27 '22

That's me every dive I have ever made. From 3' to 40'

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u/TheRealCactusTiddy May 27 '22

Girl went from graceful swan to panicked turtle instantly.

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u/iamnotroberts May 27 '22

You know that pause in the video is where they inserted the Curb Your Enthusiasm song. It's criminally irresponsible, people who upload videos like this to Reddit without the sound.

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u/Yo_Fadre May 27 '22 edited May 27 '22

What kind of wine sip was that?

Let me just moisten my lips with wine, then I'll jump

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u/Mike_Huncho May 27 '22

It’s what you do when the entire scene was set to be a flex on ig

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u/Stag328 May 28 '22

Fake sip, shades off like Horatio Caine in CSI, standing up with your tag out and half your swimsuit inside out, then flexing hard with the back flop.

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u/ndyvsqz May 28 '22 Wholesome

Surprised she just didn't start gliding through the air like a paper airplane

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u/w00tabaga May 27 '22

Live by the liquid courage, die by the liquid courage

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u/mozzzarn May 27 '22 edited May 27 '22

You kind of did bodyshame. You let everyone know you think there is something wrong without explicitly telling them what it is.

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u/teekay61 May 27 '22

That looked pretty painful - was she ok from that landing?

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u/XyzzyPop May 27 '22

Winded possibly, not ideal when you're going into the sea; however she isn't doing it alone so the cameraperson can help if needed - and whomever is on that powerski thing.

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u/forgotten1996 May 27 '22

I landed like this from 2 meter height and my back ached like hell

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u/KHRoN May 27 '22

Don’t drink and dive

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u/MamboFloof May 27 '22

Billionaire problems.

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u/tylerbarnacles May 27 '22

Nah "just" millionaire problems, if that was a billionaires boat she woulda died from the landing lol

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u/[deleted] May 27 '22

SWANTON BOMB

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u/edtheman81 May 28 '22

When trying to be cute goes wrong

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u/fatenuller May 27 '22

This comment section is fucking toxic. See a skinny girl - shame city

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u/wolf_kisses May 27 '22 All-Seeing Upvote

There's no winning, shamed for being fat or shamed for being skinny.

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u/Gaflonzelschmerno May 27 '22

Buncha Goldilocks here

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u/Big_brown_house May 27 '22

What? Everyone’s just making fun of the jump. I don’t see anything about her appearance.

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u/Altruistic-Ad2645 May 27 '22

Well! Now you want the attention? You got it!😆

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u/daninmontreal May 27 '22

ITT: Redditors with presumably perfect body fat ratios hating on skinny girl because reasons

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u/greensickpuppy89 May 27 '22

I have no issue with her body, I just really want to tuck that clothes tag into the back of her bikini bottoms.

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u/thealphateam May 27 '22

Those should just be cut off when you get them.

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u/Cappy2020 May 27 '22

I’ve seen more comments criticising the comments hating on her body, than actual comments hating on her body.

Most people dislike her just because the video appears so choreographed and vapid. Which is completely understandable as it’s one of the worst parts about social media.

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u/GME_Apes_are_Idiots May 27 '22

Yep. This is the fucking worst trend on reddit. In any thread with a minority or woman, you’ll see one or two downvoted comments that are only visible under Controversial, then 12 versions of “ITT: racists/incels” and “wow this really brought out the racists/incels/neckbeards.”

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u/Anticitizen-Zero May 27 '22

Lol it’s just a stupid fucking upvote grab. The upvote system did its job and pushed this shit to the bottom, and the incredibly small minority of commenters is getting infinitely more attention because people need to grandstand as an upvote grab

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u/[deleted] May 27 '22

But muh moral superiority. How can I feel good about myself if I'm not putting others down for putting others down?

/s just in case

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