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Fort Bragg Air Assault School

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Starting 1 May 2014, the Fort Bragg Air Assault School will conduct all graduations at 1100 hours.  Locations TBA                       

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Air Assault School Overview

Purpose: To train soldiers in Air Assault operations, sling-load operations, and rappelling.  Upon graduation of the course, each soldier will be able to perform skills required to make maximum use of helicopter assets in training and in combat to support their unit operations.

Course Scope: Soldiers are trained on the missions performed by rotary wing aircraft, aircraft safety, aero-medical evacuation procedures, pathfinder operations, principles and techniques of combat assaults, rappelling techiques, and sling-load operations.  The core POI requires minimum support assets and is adaptable to organic aviation elements.  Both the core instruction and the additional instruction are conducted in a classroom/field environment.

 

 

Air Assault School Information

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