They jumped from an airplane at 12,000 feet and fell in formation for about half of the plummet back to earth.
At about 6,000 feet high, the team members released smoke and unveiled banners as they spread apart from one another in a starburst pattern and opened their parachutes.
The crowd cheered as they landed at the park one by one.
Team captain Eike Hohenadl, a Vietnam veteran of the Army, said he was glad to be part of an event honoring fellow veterans. The team has jumped at all 13 of the Arcadia County Park veterans' events except for two, because of bad weather.
"We're doing this for our buddies, but most of all, we're doing this for our buddies who aren't here anymore," he said.
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