Military Freefall School (2022)

This course instructs free fall parachuting high altitude, low opening (HALO) using the high performance ram air canopy. Includes wind tunnel training, in-air instruction focusing on student stability, aerial maneuvers, air sense, and parachute opening procedures. Each student receives a minimum of 30 free fall jumps including 2 day and 2 night jumps with supplemental oxygen, rucksack, and load bearing equipment.

General Weekly schedule

Week One

Week one begins with the usual Army drill of In-processing, weigh-in, equipment issue, etc. You are assigned an instructor and a jump buddy (about your same height and weight so you fall at about the same rate). Your instructor stays with you the whole time. You learn all about the ram air parachute, emergency procedures, rigging procedures, repack procedures, etc. You do table drills to learn how to fall properly and stable, and also get in to the hanging harness to practice emergency procedures (malfunctions, cutaways, entanglements, etc.). You also cover jump commands and the oxygen system. Then the fun begins! First, you get into the wind tunnel. This is a massive fan that blow at speeds up to 150 mph…it actually lifts you and supports you in the air to simulate freefall! You go through all the emergency procedures (EPs), and you fine tune your body position.

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Weeks Two through Four

Jump, Jump, Jump…and you will also jump. From here on out it is pretty much all jumping. You must remain stable, pull at the designated altitude (+/- 200ft), and land within 25m of the group leader. If the weather is good, you get to do a lot of jumps (including HAHO). High Altitude High Opening jumps are jumps where you exit at say…13000 ft and 5 seconds later deploy your chute. You then glide a couple of kilometers (a lot more depending on exit altitude and winds) to the target…quite a ride! Graduation consists of equipment turn in, diplomas and paperwork, and the requisite class party. Definitely a fun school.

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ETCA COURSE INFO (Air Force Reporting Instructions)

COURSE ID: L9AQA1XXXX 0F1A
TITLE: MILITARY FREEFALL PARACHUTIST
LOCATION: Yuma Proving Ground
LENGTH: 4 WEEKS
CLASS FREQ: 14 classes per FY

Course Description:

Trains and qualifies officer and airmen whose duty requires high altitude low operating (HALO) military freefall (MFF) parachuting using the Ram Air Pararescue System (RAPS). The course utilizes the vertical wind tunnel to teach basic body stability, aerial maneuverability, and opening and emergency procedures. Each student receives three-weeks of in-the-air instructional high altitude low opening (HALO) involving day and night, non-tactical, combat equipment, grouping, oxygen, and high altitude high opening (HAHO) procedures at Yuma Proving Ground AZ.

Admin Instructions:

REPORT FOR TRAINING
Reporting Location (All Students)
US Army Military Freefall School
301 C. Street
Yuma, AZ 85365-0997
USAF NCOIC TEL 928 328-2483
Prior to Class Start Date

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MFFPC WELCOME LETTER:
Students will receive a WELCOME LETTER from the MFFPC. Students are to follow that instruction should it differ from these ETCA instructions due to changes at MFFPC.

BILLETING: Students will stay in Bldg 540 IHG/Candlewood Suites while at Yuma Proving Ground, AZ. Lodging will be pre-arranged by the student, the number for IHG/YPG hotel is (928) 388-6200.

MESSING: Students will provide for their own meals during training hours, YPG commissary open Tues-Sat. Government mess facilities are not available on YPG. Company B does not issue missed meals statements or meal cards.

TRANSPORTATION: Airport to govt. lodging: 25 miles (airport taxi required to and from Yuma PG AZ). YPG and the MFFPC do not provide shuttle services to and from post. Students should procure rental cars for course duration.

(a) Rental cars. Rental cars are not authorized during duty hours while at YPG, all student movements provided by MFFPC shuttle. Rental cars are for after duty hours, students are advised to have a rental car while attending MFFPC.

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(b) Airline tickets. Students will arrange for their own travel from home station to Yuma, AZ and also Yuma, AZ back to home station. This covers all legs of travel for the entire course.

(c) Travel to Yuma, AZ will be by commercial air one day prior to class start only.

Class Start Date

Reporting Instructions: Students will report to the IHG hotel lobby for pickup at 0530hrs on the scheduled ATRRS report date. A shuttle bus will be provided from IHG hotel to the MFFPC terminal for student inprocessing. The uniform for in-processing is the service specific duty uniform.
NOTE: All ATRRS confirmed MFFPC students will receive a WELCOME LETTER from the MFF Schools NCOIC. Questions related to ETCA and Welcome Letter content conflicts, please contact the POC referenced in the Welcome Letter first, then ETCA POC should conflict not be resolved.

Prerequisites:

Must be a qualified static line parachutist. Possess a current Flying Class III physical. Any variations from the above standards require a waiver from the Commanding General, U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, Fort Bragg, NC. 28310

Waiver Authority
Any variation from the above standards requires a waiver from the 2nd Battalion, 1st Special Warfare Training Group (Airborne) Commander, U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, Fort Bragg, NC 28310. This waiver must be obtained prior to arrival and presented to the MFFJM Cadre on the report date, no exceptions.Soldiers/airmen requesting waivers for disqualifying conditions will submit their physical examinations along with memorandum requesting the waiver (no later than 30 days prior to the class start date) through the USASOC Medical Training Division for delivery to USAJFKSWCS (where waivers are considered)

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a. Army Active Component or Reserve Component Special Operations Forces Commissioned Officers, Warrant Officers or enlisted personnel, assigned to or on orders for assignment to a Military Free Fall coded position.
b. Other Commissioned Officers, Warrant Officers, or enlisted personnel of the Active or Reserve Components, selected DoD civilian
personnel or allied personnel must be assigned to or on orders for assignment to a MFF coded position
c. Must be a qualified military static line parachutist.
d. Must have a current Class III flight physical examination as previously stated.
e. Personnel cannot exceed 240 pounds.
f. Any variations from the above standards require a waiver from the Commanding General, U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School, Fort Bragg, NC 28310.

Equipment Required:

Reporting Instructions:

Students will report to the MSG. George Bannar Wind Tunnel, Bldg 2590 at 0530hrs on the scheduled ATRRS report date. A shuttle bus will be provided from Candlewood Suites to the MSG. George Bannar Wind Tunnel at 0515hrs. The uniform for in-processing is the service specific duty uniform (i.e. Army students will report in A.C.U.s).

Course: US Army Military Freefall School
MFF Course Unit Address is:
US Army Military Freefall School
301 C. Street
Yuma, AZ 85365-0997
USAF Office DSN 899-2229
AF Training Location designation at Yuma is: 350 BA TS, OL-B, Yuma PG, AZ

MFFPC is taught in two locations on Yuma:

  1. MSG. George Bannar Wind Tunnel, Bldg 2590
  2. MMFPC – Daly Terminal – BLDG 2802
    Daly Terminal DSN 899-3914
    YUMA PROVING GROUND, ARIZONA 85365-0997
    Students will report with the following documentation and all the equipment listed in the equipment section:
    a. Military ID card and Identification Tags.
    b. Copy of Travel orders for the duration of the course, with variations authorized, IBA or CBA travel. Orders must start from the
    student’s home station to Yuma Proving Ground, AZ and return to home station or next duty assignment if TDY en-route.
    c. Current physiological training card, AF 1274, AF Form 702, Navy Form 1550/28-NP-6 or USAAMC AA Form 484. HAPS card must remain
    current through completion of course.
    d. Copy of student’s current high-altitude, low-opening (HALO) physical examination IAW AR 40-501, Chapter 5, paragraph 5-3 and
    Chapter 8 Para 8-14 and 8-19 and all supporting documents (i.e. laboratory exam sheets, x-ray interpretations, etc.).
    1) Physical examinations are valid for two (2) years from the date of completion for all services.
    2) Physical examinations are valid for one (1) year from the date of completion for individuals 45 years old or older.
    3) Physicals must be stamped and signed by a Flight Surgeon or Dive Medical Officer (DMO) and should have a USAJFKSWCS stamp. If
    your flight surgeon does not have a USAJFKSWCS stamp, the physicals must be sent to MFFmedical@ahqb.soc.mil NLT 4 weeks prior to
    course start date. Direct all questions to MFF HQ (928) 328-3636.
    4) Physicals that do not meet MFFPC standards defined by AR 40-501 chapter 5 paragraph 5-6, must have a waiver from the USAJFKSWCS Surgeon or Deputy Surgeon. AF and Navy waivers are not acceptable.

NOTE: Students must resolve any discrepancies with the above-listed paperwork prior to the ATRRS official start date. Students with unresolved issues may be disqualified from training.

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Students are required to bring the following uniforms and equipment:

  • 1 set Duty uniform (i.e., ACU, service specific duty uniform); headgear with rank and/or insignia (beret or utility cap) for inprocessing.
  • 2 set Duty uniform (i.e., ACU, other unit specific and authorized combat uniform); for jump operations.
  • 5 ea T-shirts, service specific (tan, brown or green) No “logos” are authorized on T-shirts
  • 5 ea Black nylon running shorts or service equivalent
  • 5 pr White or service issued socks
  • 1 pr Low top running shoes (to be worn when in the wind tunnel)
  • AS PER Unit issue sweat suits and warm gear may be worn during winter months (bring them!!!!)
  • 1 pr Military-type gloves (flight gloves or black issue are acceptable). Gloves must have leather palms and should have good
  • insulation without sacrificing dexterity. Gloves must be full fingered.
  • 1 ea Notebook
  • 1 ea Reflective belt (for running during hours of darkness)
  • 1 ea Pen
  • 1 ea Lensatic Compass
  • 1 ea SORZ goggles clear (no tint)
  • 1 pr Black, Tan boots or service specific combat boot (lace through eyelet type). Boots with open hook eyelets are not acceptable for wear during MFF air operations.
  • NOTE – The following item must be present at in-processing:
  • 1 ea Body Armor (no ballistic plates required). Your instructor will determine its air worthiness and adjustments will be made to your gear as necessary and prior to the start of training. For the CRYE PRECISION AVS carrier, make sure the molle detachable flap is on the front.
  • NOTE: Do not bring centerline closure Body Armor that utilizes Velcro to fix the left and right sides of the armor to each other in the center of the chest area, vertical orientation, unless it has a zipper on the ends of the adjoining flaps. This type of body armor creates an unsafe condition that is not conducive to MFF operations.
  • 1 ea ACH or Ops Core Helmet (Fast Series) with Accessory Rail Connector and wing-loc or picatinny blocks.
  • 1ea Peltor or MSA Tactical Communication Headset with 6 PTT.

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FAQs

How many jumps are there in freefall school? ›

The Air Force Academy Freefall program is a unique opportunity for Air Force Academy and AFROTC cadets alike to earn their basic parachutist badge by completing five solo jumps.

Do Green Berets have to free fall? ›

Free-fall training is generally reserved for select individuals or teams. However, some units, such as the Navy SEAL teams and Army Green Berets, have incorporated free fall into their pipelines in order to be more competitive and relevant in future contingencies.

Do Rangers go to freefall School? ›

Students come from all military services and typically originate in elite organizations such as the U.S. Army Special Forces, and Rangers, Navy SEALs, Marine Force Reconnaissance, and Air Force Para-Rescue and Combat Controllers.

What is a freefall jumpmaster? ›

The 2019 Guardian Angel Military Freefall Jumpmaster Course at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson, AZ, is a U.S. DoD Special Operations Command accredited freefall jumpmaster course designed to train senior military parachutists on running a military parachute operation.

How hard is Military Free Fall School? ›

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How many skydives do you need to Solo? ›

After you've logged 25 jumps and shown the required skills, you'll be eligible to apply and test for your USPA 'A' license. This means you are a qualified skydiver and are clear to jump solo without supervision.

Can National Guard try out for Delta? ›

Open to all. Anyone can volunteer for the course, formally known as Assessment and Selection, regardless of their service branch or status (active duty, national guard, or reserves).

What altitude do Navy SEALs jump from? ›

In a HAHO jump, commandos deploy their parachutes soon after exiting the aircraft at 25,000 to 30,000 feet and glide 20 to 40 miles to their target.

How high do Special Forces jump from? ›

In typical HALO/HAHO insertions the troops jump from altitudes between 15,000 and 35,000 feet (4,600 and 10,700 m). Military parachutists will often reach a terminal velocity of 126 mph (203 km/h), allowing for a jump time under two minutes.

Can you HALO jump as a civilian? ›

The shortest answer to this question is yes. Most civilians definitely can take HALO jumps, and you don't need to be a member of the military (or even a former member) to get involved with this type of jump.

What is Option 40 in the Army? ›

An Option 40 contract is an enlistment option that will slot you for the 75th Ranger Regiment as an Infantryman or a Mortarman. From there, you can attend RASP and Airborne School before being assigned to one the Ranger Battalions. However, there are 150 Option 40 contracts each month.

How do you get the freefall badge? ›

To earn the Military Freefall Parachutist Badge, the military member first must receive all necessary ground training, already have earned the Military Parachutist Badge (jump-qualified), and must have completed the requisite freefall (night, combat equipment, oxygen) jumps and graduate from the Military Free-Fall ...

How long is Military Free-Fall course? ›

BASIC MILITARY FREE-FALL COURSE

In 4 weeks a student can go from zero freefall jumps to Night Combat Equipment with O2 and Night Vision in a group. CPS has the aircraft, staff, facilities and support assets to efficiently and effectively train safe Military Free-Fall parachutists.

What special forces do HALO jumps? ›

India
  • Army. Parachute Regiment (India) Para (Special Forces)
  • Air Force. Garud Commando Force.
  • Navy. MARCOS.
  • Paramilitary Forces. Special Frontier Force. National Security Guards.

Can Air Force wear Air Assault badge? ›

Air Force wear

However, as of the 17 January 2014 update to AFI36-2903, the Department of Air Force personnel are authorized to wear the Air Assault Badge along with other special skill badges they have earned through other uniformed services.

How many jumps do you do at Halo school? ›

You make at least 14 freefall jumps at MFF (HALO) school, which is at Ft. Bragg, NC. That is a ram-air "square" parachute.

How do Marines get jump wings? ›

Navy/Marine Parachute Badge is awarded to an enlisted member of either branch for participating in parachute jumping. To earn this badge you must complete 10 qualified parachute jumps.

Where is Navy SEAL jump school? ›

The training curriculum begins at Naval Special Warfare Preparatory School in Great Lakes, Illinois. Here, aspiring SEALs are given a crash course in the physical standards required to even attempt to become a SEAL.

Can I skydive alone my first time? ›

The short answer is no. Skydiving alone requires a license, and it's also a crucial part of becoming a skydiving instructor. If you're not licensed — especially if you're jumping for the first time — you'll have to jump as part of a tandem skydive with an instructor.

Is there a weight limit for solo skydiving? ›

Those wishing to enroll in our Accelerated Free Fall program to learn how to skydive solo cannot weigh more than 225 lbs, including clothing and shoes. Another popular question – “Do they weigh you before skydiving?” – and the rather unpopular answer: yes.

How many jumps before you can wingsuit? ›

The United States Parachute Association recommends that each person making their first wingsuit skydive have made at least 200 jumps in the past 18 months. If you've logged fewer than that, you'll have a dickens of a time finding any worthwhile teacher.

Who is tougher Delta or SEALs? ›

In the end, there's no real definitive answer to who is tougher between Navy SEALs and Delta Force - they're both badasses in my opinion - and if you favor either one over the other in terms of being tougher, that's pretty much like taking sides in an evenly matched Army vs. Navy football game.

What is 18X in the Army? ›

With a non-prior service Special Forces candidate contract, known as the 18X program, civilians can enlist in the Army and head directly to Special Forces selection. Usually, soldiers already in the Army would need to wait at least a few years before they could apply for selection.

What happens if you fail 18X? ›

Individuals who fail any of the above training courses will have their enlistment contracts renegotiated to the 11B ( Infantryman) MOS and will be reassigned to an Infantry unit. However, under the current policy, they will be allowed to retain any 18X enlistment bonus, unless disqualification is due to misconduct.

Can Navy SEALs tell their family? ›

The SEALS can leave for a mission with no warning and no ability to tell their families where they are going or for how long. "Women who cannot do the job quickly filter out," Carlin said. She's been married to a SEAL for seven years. "You can't be some wilting flower."

What is the most elite unit in the military? ›

SEAL Team 6, officially known as United States Naval Special Warfare Development Group (DEVGRU), and Delta Force, officially known as 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta (1st SFOD-D), are the most highly trained elite forces in the U.S. military.

Can you join the SEALs with glasses? ›

Uncorrected vision must be at least 20/70 in the worst eye and 20/40 in the best. Color blindness is disqualifying. Essentially what they are saying is that with glasses your vision MUST be 20/25. Without glasses your vision has to be 20/70 in the eye with lesser vision and 20/40 in the eye of which has better vision.

Why you don't shoot a parachuting soldier? ›

The practice is widely considered to be inhumane and, consequently, such parachutists are considered hors de combat under the Protocol I addition to the 1949 Geneva Conventions, meaning that attacking them is a war crime.

How many parachutes failed on D Day? ›

Twenty-one of the losses were on D-Day during the parachute assault, another seven while towing gliders, and the remaining fourteen during parachute resupply missions.

Can you steer a military parachute? ›

Dom-shaped parachutes are steerable, just not as much as high-performance chutes. You need to be able to steer to avoid obstacles on the ground. A couple hundred paratroopers steering their glide chutes around, flying into each other, getting their chutes tangled and plummeting to the ground.

How many jumps does Tom Cruise have? ›

Tom Cruise Trained for 'Mission: Impossible 7' for a Year: 13,000 Motorbike Jumps, 500 Skydives.

How expensive is a HALO jump? ›

What is the cost of a civilian HALO jump? Pricing starts at $4500 per person and includes jump training, tandem jump, use of jump equipment, self-filmed video, photos and certificate of completion. Add a videographer and the jump cost is $5000 US.

Do you need oxygen for a HALO jump? ›

As a result of the high altitude, lack of oxygen is a danger for HALO jumpers. HALO jumps are used for stealth, to bring jumpers into hostile regions. They have been used by military special forces for decades.

What is an 11 Bravo? ›

Army Infantrymen (11B) are the main land combat force, and known as “Eleven Bravo.” The incredibly important role in the U.S. Army is responsible for defending the country through real-life combat. Soldiers also act in the mobilization of vehicles, weaponry, troops, and more.

What is Option 3 in the army? ›

REQUEST Option 3: United States Army Training of Choice. Under this option, the soldier is guaranteed to receive training in a specific MOS or CMF.

What's an 11X in the army? ›

Army MOS 11X refers to the job field of infantry specialties in the military branch. The two primarily MOX 11X job titles are Army Infantryman (MOS 11B) and Army Indirect Fire Infantryman (MOS 11C).

How many jumps do you need for master parachutist? ›

The master parachutist badge is awarded to jumpmasters who have conducted 65 jumps from an aircraft, and served on jump status for a minimum of 36 months. Recipients must also have proven themselves experienced airborne troopers through demonstration of exemplary skills and leadership.

How do you get a halo badge? ›

Badges in Royale High are given as a reward to the player for either acquiring a halo, meeting a famous player, playing during certain seasonal events, completing certain quests, winning an event contest, or redeeming a toy code.

How do you become a army Halo? ›

Military HALO Badge Requirements

This means the Soldier is carrying all the equipment that is mandatory. The other way a Soldier can earn this badge is by completing a course in military free-fall that is approved by the United States Army Special Warfare Center and School named after President John F. Kennedy.

How many jumps do you do in Halo school? ›

You make at least 14 freefall jumps at MFF (HALO) school, which is at Ft. Bragg, NC. That is a ram-air "square" parachute.

How many jumps do you need to fly for free? ›

Complete a minimum of 25 freefall skydives (including tandems) Make five skydives with one or more other people. Pass the USPA written and oral exams. Get skydiving license stamped by the USPA.

How long would it take to fall 200 feet? ›

On average, it takes one second to fall 200 feet. That said, it does take a bit of time to accelerate up to what's called your 'terminal velocity'. This is the fastest speed you'll fall at during your jump.

How long would it take to fall 40000 feet? ›

With an open parachute, it takes about 24 and a half minutes to descend from 40,000 feet. The landing speed is about 14 miles an hour. Note: This calculation is in reference to a round parachute. Without an open parachute, it takes a little over three minutes and the landing speed is about 110 miles per hour.

Can a normal person do a HALO jump? ›

The shortest answer to this question is yes. Most civilians definitely can take HALO jumps, and you don't need to be a member of the military (or even a former member) to get involved with this type of jump.

How high do Navy Seals jump from? ›

In a HAHO jump, commandos deploy their parachutes soon after exiting the aircraft at 25,000 to 30,000 feet and glide 20 to 40 miles to their target.

Do US Army Rangers do HALO jumps? ›

But instead of jumping in large groups from aircraft at 1,300 feet, Rangers specialize in small surprise attacks. They make jumps in small groups of three or four, from high altitude and touch down silently in the night, undetected. These soldiers are known as HALO (High Altitude Low Opening) jumpers.

How many jumps before you can wingsuit? ›

The United States Parachute Association recommends that each person making their first wingsuit skydive have made at least 200 jumps in the past 18 months. If you've logged fewer than that, you'll have a dickens of a time finding any worthwhile teacher.

Can you skydive solo your first jump? ›

Contrary to popular belief, your very first skydive doesn't have to be a tandem skydive. In fact, you can technically make a jump with your own rig the very first time you leave the plane–on jump number 1 on theAFF (Accelerated Freefall) Program.

Is there a weight limit for solo skydiving? ›

Those wishing to enroll in our Accelerated Free Fall program to learn how to skydive solo cannot weigh more than 225 lbs, including clothing and shoes. Another popular question – “Do they weigh you before skydiving?” – and the rather unpopular answer: yes.

Can a human survive a 200 foot fall? ›

A more recent study on 287 vertical fall victims revealed that falls from height of 8 stories (i.e. around 90-100 feet) and higher, are associated with a 100% mortality [4]. Thus, a vertical falling height of more than 100 feet is generally considered to constitute a "non-survivable" injury.

Does mass matter in free fall? ›

The mass, size, and shape of the object are not a factor in describing the motion of the object. So all objects, regardless of size or shape or weight, free fall with the same acceleration. On the figure, we show an orbiting Space Shuttle and a space walking astronaut.

How high is a 3 second fall? ›

The rock will fall at a distance of 44.145 m in 3 seconds.

Can you breathe while skydiving? ›

You can breathe while skydiving. The key is to relax, breathe through your nose, and out through your mouth. It's that simple! Exiting an airplane literally takes your breath away to the point that many people hold their breath, but you can indeed breathe and there will be plenty of oxygen in the air.

Is skydiving worth the money? ›

If you're looking to broaden your horizons and reach new heights with a skydiving facility that prioritizes safety, skydiving is well worth the money. And, even more than that, skydiving is worth approaching with an open mind.

Can u survive a failed parachute? ›

Fortunately, you can use a reserve parachute to land on your feet unharmed, even if your main parachute fails. If your reserve also fails, there are even tactics that you can use to improve your chances of surviving a freefall to earth.

Videos

1. Military Freefall School HALO
(Air Force Special Operations Command)
2. Service members with the Military Free Fall (MFF) school parachute over Yuma, Arizona, Feb. 19, 2021
(Defense Flash News)
3. HALO Training
(ty_lerwesley)
4. HALO Training, Military Free Fall Parachute Training, U.S. Army Yuma Proving Grounds, AZ
(Tactical Mode US Military News)
5. "Afraid of Hyatt". Military Halo School- Jump Training
(The Photo Dojo)
6. Advanced Military Free Fall Parachute Training
(Gung Ho Vids)

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