An Asset for Military, Security Services, and Special Forces
During special operations, there’s no room for hesitation. Speed and precision of movement can make all the difference. The same goes for psychological readiness.
Training sessions turn skills into instincts and help units adapt to new conditions, allowing them to perfect special techniques and other complex manoeuvres during flight, as well as practice landing and flight with cargo, special equipment, and clothing.
Aircraft are best used in the final stages of training. Until then, wind tunnels are perfect for day-to-day training sessions. They provide:
Safety and Control
Far shorter falls compared with outdoor jumps. Control over air speed keeps trainees safe.
Independence from Weather Conditions
Full control over weather conditions and lighting within the chamber makes it possible to train around the clock. No more no-fly days.
Tools for Analysing Mistakes
Examine video from as many chambers as you want in real time and slow motion.
Wind tunnel buildings occupy much less space than runways.