Special Forces Qualification Course to incorporate military free-fall training
Photo Credit: U.S. Army photo
The U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School is prepared to incorporate military free-fall training into the Special Forces Qualification Course. This initiative will increase the regiment's collective forced-entry and global response capabilities. A Military Free Fall Parachutist Course student prepares to land in the Yuma, Ariz. desert during a training jump in April 2011. The MFFPC is being expanded to include all graduates of the Special Forces Qualification Course, in order to build the Special Forces Regiment's MFF capability.
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