The mission of any Parachute Infantry Force generally includes as its primary task that of seizing from the air important ground objectives and holding them, until conventional ground forces can link up and relieve them. According to its scale, an airborne assault may be tactical, operational or strategic. The assault may be effected either by parachute or from landed aircraft, or by a combination of both.

    The Aim Of Parachute Infantry Training Is Twofold:


    • To qualify the individual soldier technically as a parachutist;
    • To qualify the parachutist with the necessary combat skills in preparation of the execution of actual airborne assault operations.
    The Following Training Can Be Offered:


    Parachuting Technical Training Air Supply Training Paratrooper Combat Training
  • Paratroop Selection
  • Basic Container Delivery System (CDS)
  • Rifleman
  • Basic Parachuting
  • Platform Extraction Deployment System (PLEDS)
  • Platoon Weapons
  • Advance Parachuting:
  • Low Altitude Platform Extraction System (LAPES)
  • Section Headers
  • -Basic Free Fall
  • Air Supply Dispatcher
  • Conventional Warfare(Rapid Deployment):
    -Static Line Dispatcher
  • Air Supply Instructor
  • -Air Assault Operations
    -Parachuting Instructor -Air Landed Operations
  • Free Fall Dispatchers
  • -Helicopter Landed Operations
  • Free Fall Instructors
  • Combat Drills(sub-sub-unit to unit level)
  • Battalion Support Weapons (see Motorised Infantry Training)
  • Parachute Packing
  • Counter-Insurgency Warfare:
    -Reaction Force
    -Pre-emptive Strikes
    -Night Operations
    -Mechanised Operations

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