100-Year-Old WWII Nurse Celebrates Birthday by Skydiving

Raymonde Sullivan has done a great deal in her lifetime. While a lot of living can be packed into 100 years on earth, the former World War Two nurse still had one thing left on her bucket list.

Two years ago, Sullivan learned that her close friend and neighbor Karen Plante had gone skydiving for the first time and asked her to take her for a jump for her 100th birthday. With the help of her friend and the company Skydive Sebastian, Raymonde checked another experience off her list.

“I had never done it, and I’ve done a lot of things in 100 years so I thought I must do it while I can,” Sullivan said of her skydiving adventure. So, what did she think of the jump? Raymonde reports that she’s glad she did it but doesn’t plan for another freefall. Check out the video below.

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From WWII nurse to skydiving Centenarian, Raymonde Sullivan has lived a remarkable life. For more interesting stories like this, follow us on Facebook and Twitter. While you’re here, please sign our petition urging Congress to pass The Greatest Generation Benefits Act and help us give back to those who gave the most.