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is instructor-assisted planning for the

landing pattern for the day's conditions. You can use a "winds aloft" forecast from the National Weather Service to determine the best location and procedure to getting out of the plane. Also, because winds aloft is just a forecast and winds change throughout the day, observing previous jumpers' canopy descents can also be useful.


Drawing on a framed aerial photo with a dry erase marker is a great way to plan for spotting and landing pattern!

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