ASC recently added an aircraft to the fleet. We acquired a Cessna Caravan to bolster the fleet of aircraft ASC offers. ASC now has a Porter, Cessna Caravan, Cessna 205, 2 King Airs, and the beautiful Fiji Otter. The Caravan will allow for lower minimums and more jumps for everyone. If you would like to check out the Caravan, come out to Cedartown on weekdays or Pell City on the weekends.
Water Training Is Complete
"Fast" Eddie Grantland offered a water training seminar for those who needed to complete the pre-requisite for their B-licenses. Barry Arnell, Lance Frazier, Polina Wilson, Joe Silva, Matt Simmons, Brian Hedrick, Jack Wallis, Crystal Hudgins, and Brooklyn Benjamin plunged into the pool with a rig on to figure out what happens when you land in the drink.
Jack Barnes Finishes His Quest
Recently, Jack Barnes finished up his goal of skydiving in all 50 states. Barnes completed the adventure in Alaska and became the ninth person to jump in every state in the U.S. Congratulations Jack. That is one amazing accomplishment.
ASC may its name known at the CPC championships in Longmont, CO. ASC represented with Sunman taking 14th, Jessica Edgeington 11th, Noah Bahnson 8th, and Junior Ludvic taking home the gold. Junior and Noah both received their Pro cards and are invited to participate in all PST events next season. Jessica and Sunman will be able to attend all meets that are deemed Pro/Am. Congratulations to all of our staff who participated in this year's CPC season.
Looking forward, the 2007 CPC season will again be stacked with competitors from ASC. Brian Ward, Aaron Anderson, Laura Odowd, Dan McAllister, Michael Blankinship, Vitali Tubesteakvesky, as well as, Sunman will all be trying to take home the gold when the race to the championships begins next spring.