Jump 2 – 13,500′
GOOD EXIT AND COA, GOOD PRCT’S AND COA. LEFT TURN ARMS TOO FAR FORWARD. RIGHT TURN GOOD. GOOD FORWARD. LEGS UP TOO FAR AFTER FORWARD. GREAT RESPONSE TO LEGS OUT SIGN. GOOD 5-5 AND PULL. GOOD CC AND LANDING. ON TO III.
I was a little nervous on the plane ride up, but once I stepped up to the door, I was fine. I ran through the hotel check and jumped without any problem at all. The first COA went fine. I couldn’t see the rip cord during the PRCTs, but I hit it every time. Then the second COA went fine. So, I looked to my left and dropped my left shoulder and turned left. I stopped the turn. Then I looked at my altimeter. We were still plenty high enough, so I looked to the right. I dropped my right shoulder and turned right. I looked at my altimeter. We were still high enough, so I extended my legs and traveled forward for a little while. When I stopped the forward movement, one of my JMs gave me the legs out sign. I readjusted my legs. Then, it was time to give the 5-5 sign and then pull. Everything went fine. I was really excited and really wanted to jump again.