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92R Parachute Rigger (NS)

Course Scope: To train enlisted personnel in the skills and knowledge to inspect, pack, rig, recover, store and maintain aerial delivery equipment.

MOS-T Reporting Procedures: MOS-T students will report to HHC, 23rd QM Brigade, Fort Lee as indicated on their Travel Order reporting instructions. After in-processing there, they will report to building 6025, Aerial Delivery and Field Services Department, located at 710 Adams Avenue at 0830 on the scheduled start date of class for in-processing. The uniform for training will be their authorized duty uniform and the respective Service Uniform for graduation.




Parachute Rigger Phase 1 (5 Weeks, 0 Days)


Phase Scope: This phase provides instruction to Inter-service enlisted personnel in cargo parachute packing, rigging supplies and equipment for airdrop, to include The 2K Joint Precision Airdrop System (JPADS). Students become proficient in the use of the various technical manuals for rigging airdrop loads. This phase provides joint training for Army (MOS 92R), Air Force (AFSC 2T2/1P0/1A2/1A9X1), and Marine Corps (MOS 0451) personnel.

Phase Prerequisites: Must meet course prerequisites.

Special Information: Army personnel are required to receive Warrior Sustainment Training (WST). Army personnel will attend WST during Phase 4 and at the same time Marine Corps personnel will attend course 860-0451(OS).

SPECIAL INFORMATION FOR USAF PERSONNEL SCHEDULED TO ATTEND THE CONSOLIDATED 92R10 PARACHUTE RIGGER COURSE (PHASE 1).

NOTE: Training previously provided to USAF personnel under the title(s) Airdrop Specialist Course or Airdrop Specialist Phase have been discontinued. Per AR 351-9 (AFI 36-2230 (l)) Inter-Service Training, Air Force Personnel (AFSC 2T2/1P0/1A2/1A9X1) may attend Phase 1, 92R10 Parachute Rigger Course (PRC), Course Number 860-92R10 in ATRRS. Phase 1 of the 92R10 Parachute Rigger Course consists of 25 training days.

Course Managers may get additional information from the USAF Course POC - (804) 765-1817, 345 TRS, DSN 539-1817 and the USAF portal via https://www.my.af.mil/etcacourses/images/greenline.gif

Effective 1 Oct 18, all phase one classes will start on Tuesday. USAF students will report to Fort Lee on the day prior to phase start date to arrange for lodging. Students will report to building 6025, Aerial Delivery and Field Services Department, located at 710 Adams Avenue on the scheduled start date of class for in-processing. Air Force military personnel will wear the OCPs or ABUs during training. DoD civilians will were appropriate attire such as jeans and polo shirts during training and business casual for graduation. Flight suits are NOT authorized.

Students and/or Course Managers are encouraged to contact the ADFSD Aerial Delivery Division at DSN 687-4724/4737 or Commercial (804)-734- for more information.




Parachute Rigger Phase 2 (3 Weeks, 2 Days)


Phase Scope: This phase is designed to equip Inter-service enlisted personnel with the working knowledge of inspection, repair and packing procedures relative to personnel parachutes and other aerial delivery equipment. The student receives concentrated instruction on the personnel parachute packing and operation of various industrial-type sewing machines used in the repair of various aerial delivery equipment. The student is required to jump the parachute he/she packed during the examination. This phase provides joint training for Army (MOS 92R), Air Force (AFSC 1P0), and Marine Corps (MOS 0451) personnel.

Phase Prerequisites: Must complete Phase 1 prior to attending Phase 2.

Special Information: Army personnel are required to receive Warrior Sustainment Training (WST). Army personnel will attend WST during Phase 4 and at the same time Marine Corps personnel will attend 860-0451(OS).


Parachute Rigger Phase 3 (3 Weeks, 1 Day)

Phase Scope: This phase is designed to equip Inter-service enlisted personnel with the working knowledge of inspection, in-servicing and packing procedures relative to current Ram Air Parachute systems and the Parachute Oxygen Mask (POM). The student receives concentrated instruction on the RA-1 in PRO and Flat-packing configurations. Only familiarization training is provided on the POM. This phase provides joint training for Army (MOS 92R), Air Force (AFSC 1P0), and Marine Corps (MOS 0451) personnel.

NOTE: Effective FY22 RA-1 packing instruction will include Bottom of Container (BOC) packing instruction.

Phase Prerequisites: Army must complete Phase 2 prior to attending Phase 3.

Special Information: Special Information: Army personnel are required to receive Warrior Sustainment Training (WST). Army personnel will attend WST during Phase 4 and at the same time Marine Corps personnel will attend 860-0451(OS).



Parachute Rigger Phase 4 (2 Weeks, 1 Day)

Purpose: To train enlisted personnel in the skills and knowledge to become Parachute Riggers.

Phase Scope: This phase is designed to equip Army enlisted personnel with the working knowledge of inspection, and packing procedures relative to the T-11M personnel parachute. The student receives concentrated instruction on the T-11M personnel parachute packing. This phase may also be used to provide students refresher training on warrior tasks and battle drills that will be executed if attending a field training exercise.

Phase Prerequisites: Army must complete Phase 3 prior to attending Phase 4.



 

92R Course Dates

FY22 Phase 1, 2, 3, & 4 Course Dates


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This page was last updated on: August 20, 2021