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  • 'Birdmen' in Wingsuits Slideshow

    'Birdmen' in Wingsuits Slideshow
    Mike Swanson, a professional skydiver and BASE jumper with more than 17,000 skydives, performs a wingsuit BASE jump. The added surface area of the wingsuit allows Swanson to slow down his fall and simulate flying.
    Michael Clark/Red Bull Photofiles
  • 'Birdmen' in Wingsuits Slideshow

    'Birdmen' in Wingsuits Slideshow
    A composite photo of Red Bull Air Force team member Mike Swanson BASE jumping with a wingsuit off Notch Peak in western Utah. The wingsuit allows Swanson to slow down his free fall, making it feel and appear like he is flying.
    Michael Clark/Red Bull Photofiles
  • 'Birdmen' in Wingsuits Slideshow

    'Birdmen' in Wingsuits Slideshow
    A helicopter ferries Red Bull Air Force team members to the top of Notch Peak during a shoot for "Good Morning America's" Weekend Adventure Series.
    Michael Clark/Red Bull Photofiles
  • 'Birdmen' in Wingsuits Slideshow

    'Birdmen' in Wingsuits Slideshow
    Jon DeVore, 35, leaps from Notch Peak in western Utah. DeVore, an experienced skydiver with over 16,000 skydives, performs with and manages the Red Bull Air Force team, a team of professional skydivers and BASE jumpers who continually push the limits of human flight.
    Michael Clark/Red Bull Photofiles
  • 'Birdmen' in Wingsuits Slideshow

    'Birdmen' in Wingsuits Slideshow
    In this composite photo, Red Bull Air Force team manager Jon DeVore jumps from the top of Notch Peak, elevation 9,300 feet. The smoke canister attached to his ankle creates a white streak behind him as he jumps, making his flight path easier to view from the ground.
    Michael Clark/Red Bull Photofiles
  • 'Birdmen' in Wingsuits Slideshow

    'Birdmen' in Wingsuits Slideshow
    Notch Peak, 9,300 feet in elevation and located in the remote desert outside Delta, Utah, is a challenging BASE jumping location even for the most experienced jumpers. (Michael Clark/Red Bull Photofiles)
    Michael Clark/Red Bull Photofiles
  • 'Birdmen' in Wingsuits Slideshow

    'Birdmen' in Wingsuits Slideshow
    Red Bull Air Force team member Miles Daisher is interviewed by an ABC News crew for "Good Morning America's" Weekend Adventure series.
    Michael Clark/Red Bull Photofiles
  • 'Birdmen' in Wingsuits Slideshow

    'Birdmen' in Wingsuits Slideshow
    Professional skydiver and BASE jumper Miles Daisher, 41, jumps with a wingsuit from Notch Peak in western Utah.
    Michael Clark/Red Bull Photofiles