Friday, May 11 2012, 07:21 PM EDT
Made in Dunlap: Precision Aerodynamics
by Calvin Sneed

Many companies in the Chattanooga area specialize in products that spotlight outdoor activities.  Almost two decades ago I placed my own life into the hands of one of those companies. I jumped out of a perfectly good plane with this company's product on my back. In fact, the first President Bush has jumped with a parachute designed by Precision Aerodynamics.  It's nice to share that distinction about parachutes, that are proudly MADE IN DUNLAP..

It was in the skies over the airport in Tullahoma, Tennessee 19 years ago, when I jumped out of that plane with a Precision Aerodynamics parachute for the series called "Kill Calvin."

"We build parachutes and send them all over the world," says company founder and president George Galloway. 

Precision Aerodynamics makes parachutes from nylon fabric. 

"Actually, the yarn to produce the fabric comes from Chattanooga, the Dupont plant on Access Road," he said.

First step in the process of making a parachute is telling a computer which pattern to cut, either electronically or by laser. Each station in the plant has a different responsibility in the process. Susie sews reinforcement strips into the fabric that will hold the weight the parachute will carry to the ground.. At Teenie's station, "she assembles all of the cut pieces with the reinforcement tape sewn into them."

At another station, Sue does the same thing Teenie does, only it's a different type of canopy. 

"They really make the sewing process look easy, but it is quite a skill," says Galloway.

In one area, Judy sews the fabric for a reserve parachute in case the main one malfunctions. I had one of those when I jumped, too. 

Each parachute, main and reserve has many suspension lines, cut by Cindy.  "She marks the lines and puts loops in the end of them," Galloway says.

How strong is the line?  At the testing station, the line snapped at 607 pounds.

The finished lines then go to Treena, "who attaches the suspension lines that Cindy cut," says Galloway.  Cleo has the job of securing each one of 40 strength points on this parachute, which Galloway says, "is the point in the canopy that bears up the load when the ripcord is pulled, slowing the parachutist from 120 miles per hour to about 4 miles per hour, in about one and a half seconds.  My instructor and I relied on those strength points when the ripcord was pulled.

Karen double-checks the lines, and Stephanie checks the overall canopy, and we have one finished parachute in the process that is good to go.

My parachute operated perfectly..  But it was that gopher hole in the ground upon landing that I missed seeing.  I broke my ankle in 3 places that day.

12-thousand feet of perfect parachute.. And human error got me in that last foot.    

George Galloway and Precision Aerodynamics, has been working the past 2 years on a special parachute for the world's longest parachute jump from 120-thousand feet high.. 3 times higher, than commercial jetliners fly.  The jump is scheduled for later this summer.

We'll keep you posted on that jump..Made in Dunlap: Precision Aerodynamics

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