Crown Point native Kyle Land is part of the Air Force Academy's skydiving team that recently won a gold medal at a national competition.
CROWN POINT | Kyle Land admits to being afraid of heights, but that jumping out of an airplane 6,000 feet above the ground is “awesome and unequaled as a sport.”
Crown Point native Kyle Land, second from right, is a member of the Air Force Academy's skydiving team that recently won a gold medal at the U.S. Parachuting Association's National Collegiate Parachuting Championships in Eloy, Ariz.
Crown Point native Kyle Land, top, helps create a formation with other members of the Air Force Academy's skydiving team. The team recently won a gold medal at the U.S. Parachuting Association's National Collegiate Parachuting Championships in Eloy, Ariz.
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