Air Assault 1

Air Assault 1Obtížnost I

Course Description:

Course is designed to teach both teams and individual military and police operators the tactics and techniques needed for a helicopter insertion into a hostile and/or denied location. Utilizing Rapid Deployment from helicopter techniques, the police or military operator will be directly inserted into the operational location as needed.


During the Air Assault 1 course you will be instructed on how to plan and conduct these types of operations for land based operations. Equipment needs, air liaison requirements, weather planning, selection of proper helicopters for specific missions, Landing Zone (LZ) planning, personnel training and the actual live deployment of personnel in a tactical manner via Air Assault Landings by Eurocopter helicopter. You will be taught how to plan the initial assault and the tactics and techniques needed to mark and secure a Helicopter Landing Zone.


Minimum 8 maximum 24

Recommended equipment:

Due to the rigorous nature of this training, military combat or police tactical uniform to include boots (NO ‘sports shoes’) helmet, gloves ,ballistic plates and ballistic vest with holsters, equipment , helmet , eye protection (shooting goggles) , tactical gloves, individual first aid kit, small writing pad and pen, flashlight and any equipment you would normally be assigned and carry on standard Military/Police operations.


There will be training wepons available for all the participants.


The course will take place in and around Hradec Kralove/Czech Republic

Course dates:

For the registration please use our e-shop or calendar.


Meeting at 08:30 – 08:45 am at the car park of the training area, the subsequent administration and preparation of equipment and materials. The beginning of class is at 09:00 and the end around 18:00.

Duration of the course:

1 day, 8 hours


Former Army Special Forces or Police instructor


Hard Task certificate

Course price:

7000 CZK (Approx 280 EUR) – only the course fee

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