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Skydive! Skydive! is the eleventh novel in "World of Adventure" series by Gary Paulsen. It was published on May 2, 1996 by Random House.
Skydive! The story is about 13-year-old Jesse Rodriguez who has an exciting job working for his friend Buck at a small flight and skydiving school near Seattle. But he can't wait to turn 16 and finally be able to make his first free-fall jump from a plane.
Skydive Empuriabrava Since 1973, weekends have been a time for skydiving at Empuriabrava Aerodrome, managed by the "ParaClub Girona" section of "Aeroclub Girona". In 1975, the management of the aerodrome changed hands when it was bought by the company "Promotora Deportiva del Ampurdán", which in 1984 was sold to the company "Anglo Costa Brava de Inversiones". This company leased the facilities to the company "Centro de Paracaidismo Costa Brava", the professional skydiving management firm. The business name of the aerodrome, which until then had been "Centro de Paracaidismo Costa Brava", changed to "Skydive Empuriabrava" in 1985.
Skydive Empuriabrava The period from 1985 to 1994 saw the first milestones on a European scale. Jumps at Empuriabrava aerodrome rose from 12,000 to 35,000 a year. By 1985 it was now one of the few aviation centres open continuously throughout the year. The Christmas Boogie, an international event for skydivers who meet to take part in unusual competitions and group jumps, attracted 1,000 registered participants in 1987 and had to be moved to Girona Airport so that aircraft such as the DC-3 and the Caribou could be used. Freefall and precision landing jumps were performed and in 1992, with the arrival of the Olympic flame for the Barcelona Olympic Games, a demonstration freefall jump featured a representation of the five Olympic rings.
Skydive Empuriabrava World acclaimed sportspeople from different disciplines, such as tennis players Juan Carlos Ferrero and Sergi Bruguera, motorcyclists Adam Raga, Àlex Crivillé and Sete Gibernau, racing driver Marc Gené, world motorcycling champion Valentino Rossi, Formula 1 champion Michael Schumacher, taekwondo expert Joel González, swimmer Clara Basiana and sports-adventurer Álvaro Bultó, have jumped here. One famous anecdote is the story of Marta Ferrusola, wife of former President of the Generalitat of Catalonia, Jordi Pujol, who made her first parachute jump from the facilities.
Skydive Empuriabrava It has also been used as a set for films and music videos. In the year 2000, Fatboy Slim's music video ""Bird of Prey"" was filmed here, as were the exteriors, in March 2004, for the skydiving chase scenes from the French production "Secret Agents", featuring Monica Bellucci and Vincent Cassel. Later, in 2011, it was used to shoot the exteriors for the skydiving scenes from the feature "Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara" (You only live once), one of Bollywood's most successful films.
Skydive (Transformers) Skydive was the name of five fictional characters in the Transformers series.
Skydive (Transformers) Skydive would rather read about jet fighters than be one, and is fascinated by the science of aerial warfare. He can, within the limits of his design, duplicate the flying motion of anything he sees and might be the most skilled flyer of all Transformers. He flies at Mach 2.6, with a range of 1400 miles. Skydive carries laser guided missiles and uses a nega-gun that crumbles objects by breaking molecular bonds. He is prone to mid-air stalls. Along with his fellow Aerialbots, he forms "Superion".
Skydive (Transformers) Skydive made a final appearance in an issue of the "Generation 2" series, helping Fortress Maximus battle Megatron. Fortress Maximus decided to blow up the Ark in an attempt to stop Megatron, and ordered Skydive to get a human scientist, Dr. Biggles-Jones, to safety.
Skydive (Transformers) Upon the awakening of Optimus Prime in Dreamwave's first Generation 1 mini-series, the Aerialbots were among the Autobots summoned by Optimus to rescue the remaining Autobots, who had been turned into mind-controlled weapons of mass destruction by a human arms dealer. During a subsequent battle with the Decepticons in San Francisco, the Aerialbots, merged into Superion, sacrificed themselves to stop an incoming nuclear missile, launched by rogue elements in the U.S. military to eradicate both factions of Cybertronians in one fell swoop.