Red Bull Air Force Team members Jon Devore, Mike Swanson and Andy Farrington headed out to the Dead Sea to pull off this incredible low altitude feat. The jumps took place from approximately 1,865 meters above Panorama road overlooking the Dead Sea, which happens to be -430 meters below sea level. The athletes took turns flying over one of the saltiest bodies of water on earth getting as close as possible to the ground to cross the Zero level barrier – marked by the flag of Jordan. At their lowest, parachutes were opened at -170 meters below sea level. Rad.
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