CPT Thomas “Doc" Crump (U.S Army) Freedom Flyer Bio - Military Skydiver

CPT Thomas “Doc" Crump
U.S. ARMY 
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Name: CPT Thomas “Doc" Crump

Branch of Military: U.S. Army, Aerial Delivery Officer/Rigger Detachment Commander

Status: Active

Years in Service: 24 Years and counting

Deployments: Iraq, Kuwait, and a special assignment to Egypt

Skydives: 3700+

Home DZ:  The World is My Dropzone! , but I am very partial to The Jumping Place, SD Deland, SDLA, Skydive Shenandoah, SD Spaceland, and a huge shoutout to SD Palatka.

Fun Fact:  I enjoy performing parachute demonstrations for Veterans, Wounded Warriors, schools, and military events with the Special Forces Association Parachute Team, Team Parapoke, and Team GCX. I also rig, pack, and test jump parachutes and equipment.

Other Fun Facts:

Fav Plane- ANYTHING THAT GETS ME OFF THE GROUND AND IN THE AIR

Fav Jump -  My favorite jump was finally getting to skydive with Joey MF Cernich. He and I have served over two decades each, and worked together in the 507th PIR (Airborne School) and 509th PIB (Geronino). Airborne Everyday, Rigger For Life!

Fav Drink:   Mountain Dew (MTN DEW) and lots of it.
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Thank You Thomas for your service and dedication to this country! Hope to get some jumps in together anywhere this season. Until then keep up the epic work and stay safe.

Blue Skies!

 

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1 comment

  • Doc I thank you for your love of the game, let me know if I can do a Rigger check for you !!

    Mike Lisle

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