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You Can Keep Your Self-Driving Cars, I Want This Jet-Powered Wing Suit

Video. Spreading my arms and taking to the skies like an eagle has always been my biggest fantasy. The closest I've ever come is piloting a two-seater Cessna, which was fun, but nowhere near as exhilarating as Jarno Cordia's latest stunt involving a wingsuit and a pair of jet engines strapped to his ankles. More »      
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