Welcome back to our channel for a feature on the aircraft and techniques used to insert soldiers onto battlefields by parachute, even if this requires jumping into bodies of water. We jumped with the T-10B and MC1-1B in the 80's and 90's. The T-11 looks strange to me. Two thoughts: (1) I liked jumping from the Huey more than the Blackhawk, because I could put my feet on the skid. (2) When you jumped from fixed wing aircraft like a C-130, the chute opens in four seconds, but from the side of a helicopter it's more like six seconds before you get an opening shock. After getting used to the four-second version, the additional two seconds felt like they lasted forever. That is very inconsiderate of you to say that Scott and to all you service members. Thank you. God bless you and I hope you have time with your family over the holidays. Thank you so much for all you do for your country in other countries.