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RCPT-USA performs round canopy commemorative airborne demonstrations to increase awareness and educate the public about the sacrifices and heroism of Allied Paratroopers from WWII onward.

RCPT-USA’s vision is to honor the history of Allied Airborne Forces past, present, and future.

RCPT-USA is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which wishes to highlight the accomplishments of allied paratroopers from WWII onward by fostering camaraderie among individuals who share a passion for round canopy parachuting and inspiration from the actions and deeds of paratroopers past. This is accomplished through partnerships with worldwide RCPT chapters, demonstration and commemoration parachuting activities, and sustainment and training events in the US and around the world. We wish to provide a place which offers standardized and safe parachuting activities and afford a sense of community for our team members. For RCPT, commemorating the past, supporting veterans, and supporting our members makes round canopy parachuting “more than just a jump.”

RCPT-USA is based in the southeast United States and runs two training and proficiency events a year out of Palatka, Florida.  RCPT-USA participates in round canopy static line events across the US and internationally in partnership with European Chapters.

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More Than Just a Jump

RCPT-USA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and continuously seeking support from team members and the public. Funds are used for operating costs, insurance, equipment, and training. Please consider a donation to help offset the costs of keeping a jumper's knees in the breeze.
Goal: $50,000.00
Collected: $33,820.00

Interested in hosting RCPT-USA Foundation for a demonstration parachute jump at your event?  Contact Dave 'Shyshark' Munoz (RCPT-USA's Event Coordinator) at or (308) 379-8197‬‬‬

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