The Jim Wallace Skydiving Center was co-located at Skydive Perris in California. Jim started skydiving on a dare in 1970, became an instructor in 1982, and opened the school in 1992. Over the last four decades Jim (D-3497) won 3 national championships, held 11 world records in formation skydiving, and was a member of the 1975 U.S. team when they won the 10-way world championship.
Jim is a USPA AFF, Static-Line, and Tandem Instructor Examiner. He is also a USPA Safety and Training Advisor, and an FAA-certified rigger—not to mention a commercial pilot!
The Jim Wallace Skydiving School specialized in tandem, AFF, and other student skydiving instruction.
Although the drop zone is closed, you can still swing by Skydive Perris and enjoy some fun jumps, tandems, and AFF training.