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Military Freefall Related Areas

Certification Unlimited, Inc. can provide instructor support for Military Freefall Parachutist (MFFPC) and Military Freefall Jumpmaster (MFFJM) Programs of Instruction (POI). In addition, with logistical assistance from the client we can provide:

Individual Air Skills Assessment

  Emergency Procedures
  Packing and Equipment Rigging
  Canopy Control
  Use of Emergency Devices and Communications (Administrative)
  Actions in the Aircraft
  Actions from Exit to Landing
  Body Stabilization
  Air/ Altitude Awareness
  Safety Evaluation
  Hand Deployed Pilot Chute Evaluations
  O2 Operations
  Non-Standard Equipment
  Individual Performance -- Environmental Conditions
  Jumpmaster Personnel Inspections (JMPI) Evaluation*
   

* Individuals must be previously qualified as MFF Jumpmaster (US or equivalent)

MC-5 Orientation

  Orientation
  MC-5 Characteristics
  Exits -- Static-Line Deployed RAM-Air Canopies
  Emergency Procedures
  Packing and Rigging of Equipment
  MC-5 O2 Operations
  LALO -- Low Altitude Low Opening with the MC-5 (5,000' AGL)
  Jumpmaster Personnel Inspections for the MC-5*

* Individuals must be previously qualified as MFF Jumpmaster (US or equivalent)


MC-4/ MC-5 High Altitude High Opening (HAHO)
Operations and Techniques

  Orientation
  MC-4/ MC-5 Canopy Flight Characteristics
  Exits -- for HAHO Operations
  Emergency Procedures
  HAHO O2 Operations
  HAHO Equipment and Clothing
  Grouping Techniques and Flight Formations
  HAHO Navigation (Includes limited visibility)
  Extreme Altitudes (25,000' MSL +)
  Duties and Responsibilities of the Group Leader

* Individuals must be previously qualified as MFF Jumpmaster (US or equivalent)

Course Objectives Summary

Course objectives are met through lectures, discussions, hands-on training, and performance examinations. Field training blocks require candidates to meet minimum performance levels periodically through the program, and exercises are carried out to test the integration of all elements of the training. Operational safety is paramount to ALL training activities.

1.
All personnel will be fully aware of safety considerations, I.E. Emergency Procedures.
2.
A detailed safety brief will be provided daily to ensure a complete understanding of the day (or night's) events and all actions will be rehearsed on the ground.
3.
All tasks will be completed to standard during daylight before proceeding to night operations.
4.
Operational planning, command and control, and post-infiltration are covered in detail to support tactical operations.
5.
Pre-mission training recommendations will instruct personnel in options available to ensure that personnel maintain operational abilities and the tactical advantage.
6.
The course will culminate with a night HAHO/O2/CE tactical live-fire operation.
7.
Upon completion, personnel will possess unsurpassed high altitude capabilities and skills.
8.
Personnel will be capable of conducting operations under extreme environmental conditions.
9.
Graduate will return with the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to successfully employ these infiltration techniques with current standard operating procedures.
10.
Graduates will have an in-depth knowledge of the capabilities and limitations of current equipment available to them.


Course Standards

HEAT Tactical Training Center maintains an exceptionally high standard in performance and ability of both its instructional staff and our clients. If required, additional hours will be committed to the last scheduled training day to ensure that the course material is not only understood, but can be demonstrated to this high standard.

Note: To attend this training candidates must have a minimum of 200 MFF operations, be qualified as an MFF Jumpmaster and successfully completed the Individual Air Skills Assessment administered by Certification Unlimited Cadre.

  Orientation
  Duties and Responsibilities
  Equipment Orientation
  Emergency Procedures
  Equipment Inspection and Rigging
  Operational Planning
  Emergency Procedures
  Canopy Control
  Passenger Operations
  Bundle Operations
  Aircraft Procedures
  O2 Operations
  Passenger/ Aircrew Briefs

Course Objectives Summary

Course objectives are met through lectures, discussions, hands-on training, and performance examinations. Field training blocks require candidates to meet minimum performance levels periodically through the program, and exercises are carried out to test the integration of all elements of the training. Operational safety is paramount to ALL training activities.

11. All personnel will be fully aware of safety considerations, i.e. Emergency Procedures.
12. A detailed safety brief will be provided daily to ensure a complete understanding of the day (or night's) events and all actions will be rehearsed on the ground.
13. All tasks will be completed to standard during daylight before proceeding to night operations.
14. Operational planning, command and control, and post-infiltration are covered in detail to support tactical operations.
15. Pre-mission training recommendations will instruct personnel in options available to ensure that personnel maintain operational abilities and the tactical advantage.
16. The course will culminate with a night HAHO/O2/CE tactical live-fire operation.
17. Upon completion, personnel will possess unsurpassed high altitude capabilities and skills.
18. Personnel will be capable of conducting operations under extreme environmental conditions.
19. Graduate will return with the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to successfully employ these infiltration techniques with current standard operating procedures.
20. Graduates will have an in-depth knowledge of the capabilities and limitations of current equipment available to them.


Course Standards

Certification Unlimited, Inc. maintains an exceptionally high standard in performance and ability of both its instructional staff and our clients. If required, additional hours will be committed to the last scheduled training day to ensure that the course material is not only understood, but can be demonstrated to this high standard.

COURSE REGISTRATION
AND PAYMENT

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2. Go to our payment page and choose an option



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