The Air Assault Course is 12 days in duration and prepares Soldiers for air mobile operations. During the course students train and are evaluated on combat assault, sling loads, rappelling, physical fitness, and various other critical skills. Students are required to complete an obstacle course and two-mile run on zero day before entering the course. Prior to graduation, students must successfully complete written and hands-on examinations, sling load tests, and a 12 -mile foot march in under three hours with full combat load.
As the Warrior Training Center's Air Assault Course is primarily MTT (Mobile Training Team) based, reporting instructions will vary from location to location. Because of this, standard reporting instructions will not be listed on this page. However, close to 30 days from the reporting date of the course, a welcome letter will be emailed to the email address on file in ATRRS.
For planning purposes in DTS - if students are not driving to the course, units can plan to fly students into the closest major airport and in most cases, the host site will provide pick up and drop off from the airport. Meals will be provided during the course as well. Ultimately all the course specific instructions will be provided to the student roughly 30 days out from the report date.
Prospective candidates are enlisted NCOs and Officers who will be involved in the conduct of Air Assault operations.
Course overview, packing list, reporting instructions, and map to WTC are below.
**AF Personnel requesting to attend WTC Air Assault must contact the AF LNO office. At no time will units or personnel go direct with WTC without prior coordination with AF LNO.**
ATRRS Class Dates (ARNG Air Assault Course)
"This form is the Soldier's responsibility and must be filled out and signed by the prospective student's leadership PRIOR to in-processing in order to reduce waiting times at the in-processing table. Students without this form have 72 hours to present it or they will be removed from the course.
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