A record number of wingsuit flyers formed up in the skies over California last month. Discovery News reports:
The skydiving record for the most wingsuit divers in formation while in freefall was set October 17 at California's Perris Valley Airport.
The record-setters comprised a 61-strong, international team of wingsuiters who were dropped from three airplanes flying at 13,500 feet. Soon after, they formed a diamond shape and snared the record.
During the maneuver, the team glided horizontally for some 2 miles.
There's more at the link.
Here's how it went. Watch the video in full-screen mode for best results.
Looks like they had a lot of fun doing it. Congratulations to all concerned.