When a former Navy SEAL goes on a crime spree, similarities surface between his behavior and Riggs'. With the case hitting very close to home, Murtaugh looks to Riggs for answers, both about the case and about Riggs' past and the reasons for his erratic behavior patterns since they've become partners.
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Riggs states that when he was in SEAL training he did HALO jumps (i.e. High Altitude Low Opening military skydives) in which he opened the parachute just a couple hundred feet from the ground. However, even though the purpose of a HALO insertion is to avoid (radar) detection, the typical altitude when the jumper pulls their ripcords is around approx. 1000 to 2000 feet. Considering that jumpers are traveling at terminal velocity of 110 to 125+ miles an hour, and that a parachute usually is packed to take from 300 to 800 ft. to open, there is no way (especially in a training scenario) that a jumper would intentionally open that low to the ground. See more
We have to call for backup.
My bad, sir. Look, I just got a call from Riggs and I don't know if he's kidding, but...
What is it?
He's askin' for backup.
Send everyone! SWAT, hostage negotiators, EVERYONE!