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HHC/1-507 PIR (United States Army Jumpmaster School) trains personnel in the skills necessary to jumpmaster a combat-equipped jump and the proper attaching, jumping, and releasing of combat and individual equipment while participating in an actual jump that is proficient in the duties and responsibilities of the Jumpmaster and Safety; procedures for rigging individual equipment containers and door bundles; personnel parachute components by their specific nomenclature and characteristics; procedures and standards required to conduct a Jumpmaster personnel inspection (JMPI); the duties and responsibilities of the Drop Zone Safety Officer; the presentation of the Jumpmaster briefing and sustained airborne training (SAT); and the execution of the duties of a Jumpmaster and Safety from a USAF aircraft during a day/night combat equipment jump.

The new TC 3-21.220, Static Line Parachuting Techniques and Training, October 2013 is released for units to abide by.

Command Corner
Commander
CMD
CPT Jesse J. Sheehan
1st Sergeant
CSM
1SG George S. Weill

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U. S. Army Jumpmaster School NCOIC
HHC/1-507
Attn: Jumpmaster Branch
Fort Benning, GA 31905

Branch NCOIC
1-706-545-1074

Branch Operations
1-706-545-5412

Command Group

CPT Jesse J. Sheehan Photo 1SG 
George S. Weill
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Mission

HHC/1-507 PIR (United States Army Jumpmaster School) trains personnel in the skills necessary to jumpmaster a combat-equipped jump and the proper attaching, jumping, and releasing of combat and individual equipment while participating in an actual jump that is proficient in the duties and responsibilities of the Jumpmaster and Safety; procedures for rigging individual equipment containers and door bundles; personnel parachute components by their specific nomenclature and characteristics; procedures and standards required to conduct a Jumpmaster personnel inspection (JMPI); the duties and responsibilities of the Drop Zone Safety Officer; the presentation of the Jumpmaster briefing and sustained airborne training (SAT); and the execution of the duties of a Jumpmaster and Safety from a USAF aircraft during a day/night combat equipment jump.

Contact

U. S. Army Jumpmaster School NCOIC
HHC/1-507
Attn: Jumpmaster Branch
Fort Benning, GA 31905

Branch NCOIC
1-706-545-3885

Branch Operations
1-706-545-5412