This video of IAF skydiver flying in the air will get your adrenaline pumping

The vast blue expanse of the sky is behind him as he hurtles towards the ground. He is flying. Almost. He is Gajanand Yadava, a wing commander in the Indian Air Force and an accomplished skydiver. Wing Commander Yadava has just set a bunch of new national records related to skydiving and the Indian Air Force shared a thrilling video showcasing his mid-air feats.

Yadava set the new records in the field of wingsuit skydiving. Wingsuits are fabric-based appendages that help a skydiver to essentially “fly”. The suits do so by increasing the skydiver’s surface area with the help of fabric under their arms and between their legs. Think of a human with bat-like wings.

Now, Wing Commander Gajanand Yadava has set national-level records in wingsuit skydiving by jumping from  different heights and by literally flying for several thousand feet towards the ground. Read More

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