Just ask Aries Lynch, a member of the U.S. Navys Leap Frogs, a team comprised of Navy SEALS and special warfare combat craft crewman who parachute into NFL games and other special events around the country.
Most recently they parachuted into the San Francisco 49ers Monster Stadium from 12,500 feet above.
Lynch says out of the countrys stadiums, San Diego has both the easiest and hardest playing fields to jump into.
He says the Padres home field, Petco Park, is the easiest because its wide and flat, while Qualcomm Stadium where the San Diego Chargers play is the hardest because its bowl shape is optically deceiving.
Thats no sweat for the Leap Frogs, because, as Lynch says, theyre so skilled they can touch down on a target as small as a paperback book.
Theyll get to show off their skill at their next football stadium jump which will be during the Chargers- Pittsburgh Steelers game at Qualcomm on Oct. 10.
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