Definition of a ‘parachute

A parachute is defined as a device, used to slow the motion of an object through an atmosphere by creating drag, or in case of ram-air parachutes, aerodynamic lift. Parachutes are usually made out of light, strong cloth, originally silk, most commonly nylon. The two types of parachutes for our purposes include skydiving parachutes and paragliding parachutes. In every country, I will at least one type of parachute. For example, in Serbia, I will fly a skydiving parachute. In Bulgaria, I will fly a paragliding parachute.


Parachute flight verification

For each parachute flight, I will record the flight via a helmet head camera. I will start he camera at the beginning of the flight, showing my face for verification, as well as the flight location and phone for date and time verification. Then at the end of the flight, I will do the same, taking my helmet off showing my face and the background of the flight just completed as well as my phone for date and time verification. I will have two witnesses for each flight that witness me flying the parachute.


Location verification

To verify the location, I will submit paperwork compare the video with a satellite map to confirm the location in each country as well as coordinates, confirming that the flight as made in a specific country.