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    Skydiver Steve Staub hangs backward from the wing of the Cesna 182 carrying him Wednesday to the 10,000-foot jump altitude above the Robert Lafleur Airport in Waterville.

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    Owen Ross, a skydiving instructor with Vacationland Skydiving, parachutes back to earth Wednesday with Morning Sentinel intern Haley Hersey at the Robert Lafleur Airport in Waterville.

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    Skydivers prepare to load into the waiting Cesna 182 operated by Vacationland Skydiving for a fun jump Wednesday at the Robert Lafleur Airport in Waterville.

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    Owen Ross, skydiving instructor with Vacationland Skydiving, gives instruction to Randy Marshall, far right, on Wednesday as Bryan Watkin settles into the pilot seat of the Cesna 182. Marshall and Owen jumped from the plane at 10,000 feet above the Robert Lafleur Airport in Waterville.

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    Skydiver Steve Straub huddles in the rear of the Cesna 182 fuselage Wednesday as the plane carries three skydivers to 10,000 feet for a jump with Vacationland Skydiving at the Robert Lafleur Airport in Waterville.

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    A group of skydivers squeeze into the tiny confines of a Cesna 182 Wednesday for a fun jump above 10,000 feet with Vacationland Skydiving at the Robert Lafleur Airport in Waterville.

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    Randy Marshall crosses his arms in the tandem jump position Wednesday as his skydiving instructor, Owen Ross, pulls his right leg out at 10,000 above the Robert Lafleur Airport in Waterville.

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    Owen Ross, an instructor with Vacationland Skydiving, prepares to depart the plane Wednesday with customer Randy Marshall. The pair are connected as they prepare to jump from 10,000 feet over the Robert Lafleur Airport in Waterville.

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    Randy Marshall places his left foot outside the Cesna 182 on Wednesday as he is secured to Vacationland Skydiving instructor Owen Ross while flying 10,000 feet over the Robert Lafleur Airport in Waterville.

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    Skydiver Steve Staub hangs backward Wednesday from the wing of the Cesna 182 carrying him to the 10,000-foot jump altitude above the Robert Lafleur Airport in Waterville.

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    A skydiver with Vacationland Skydiving floats down to the Robert Lafleur Airport in Waterville on Wednesday.

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    A skydiver with Vacationland Skydiving floats down to the Robert Lafleur Airport in Waterville on Wednesday.

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    A skydiver with Vacationland Skydiving floats down to the Robert Lafleur Airport in Waterville on Wednesday.

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