Skydiver Luke Aikins is the first skydiver to jump from a plane without a parachute and live to tell the story.
In July 2016, he took a 25,000 feet leap and set a world record, and came away unfazed.
“The words I want to say, I can’t even get out of my mouth,” he said after landing.
He had already made 18,000 parachute-aided jumps over two and a half decades when he decided to make this jump out of a Cessna airplane at 25,000 feet.
“My whole life has been about air, aviation, flying, jumping, all that stuff,” said Aikins, a third-generation skydiver, during a television interview with Q13 FOX.
Here’s the jump.