BASIC AIRBORNE

Course Overview

The BASIC AIRBORNE COURSE is a military static line parachute jump training course designed for the individual with basic military skills and experience from the military and law enforcement fields. The course is held by the Military Training Center and it's modeled after Airborne training programs. It is designed to provide airborne capabilities to military, law enforcement, and other government agencies. You will receive an intensive theoretical and practical airborne training, in accordance to military standards, by highly qualified instructors coming from NATO's elite forces. The aim of this course is to familiarize students with the basic static line parachuting techniques and tactics. These parachuting techniques and tactics are being used worldwide by airborne and special operation forces. During this course the student will acquire airborne capabilities, skills and knowledge required to execute safe parachute jump operations with military round canopy parachute. Static line techniques and tactics, parachute jump procedures, behavior below the parachute, malfunctions, emergency landings and parachute landing falls will be emphasized. This course will start with the common fundamentals of military static line parachuting and will quickly progress to more advance tactics and techniques. You will perform parachute static line descents with current operational military round canopy parachute systems. You will learn not only the tactical capabilities of a military parachute but more importantly - you will learn the tactical capabilities of yourself! This course is also open to former military parachutists that need a refresh.

Course Schedule (changes are possible):

Day 1: Classroom instruction, equipment check and review, ground training.
Day 2: Ground training.
Day 3: Ground training, examination.
Day 4: Parachute jumps.
Day 5: Parachute jumps, awarding ceremony.

Prerequisites:

Must be able to partecipate in intensive training lasting up to ten hours per day. Must not have any medical restrictions.

Requirements:

Military/Police ID card (or if civilian Passport and copy of your Criminal Record), Medical certificate (You must bring these documents with you).

Required Equipment:

Combat uniform, jump boots, jump helmet, tactical duct tape.

For further information on application to, and participation in MTC courses, please refer to the terms & conditions of participation.

Course Number:

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Date:

All course dates currently scheduled can be found on the calendar page.

Registration Deadline:

30 days prior the start of the course.

Place:

MTC Training Facility Partizanske/Slovakia

Length:

5 Days (Approximately 50 hours).
No of participants: Minimum 12 students

Open to:

Active/Reserve/Retired Military, Law Enforcement, and other Government Agencies.

 Price:

€495
Please note that accommodation, meals and transfers are not enclosed in the package. Accommodation per person and night with breakfast included in bunkhouse on the facility: approx. €18 (You required to share with more, max 10 persons. Accommodation per person and night with breakfast included in pension on the facility: approx. €25 (You required to share with one or more, max 4 persons. Single rooms are available on extra charge).
We can offer transfers from Bratislava and Poprad Airports or train stations to the hotel and back. The cost for this will be from approx. €100 each way. (This cost may be shared by the travellers).

Note:

This course is open only to the MTC members. You must be a current member of the Military Training Center - i.e. have paid your annual MTC membership dues. If you haven't yet joined us or if you need to renew your membership please click here.

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From more than one decade the Military Training Center is offering a wide range of courses covering military and low enforcement needs, on our gallery you can see photos and videos taken during our training courses and exercises. Please contact us should you have any questions or would like to use any of the images commercially. Have a look at our gallery by clicking here.

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