Research Paper Title Military Parachuting Injuries: A Literature Review. Abstract This article is a literature review of the aspects of military parachuting related to occupational medicine and focuses on ‘conventional’ military static line parachuting using a round parachute. The analysis of injuries resulting from military parachuting provide an excellent example of military occupational medicine practice. The techniques of military… Read More
Research Paper Title The Development of Britain’s Airborne Forces during the Second World War. Abstract The operational history of Britain’s airborne forces during the Second World War ranges from small-scale raids in 1941 through to full divisional deployments in 1944 and 1945. British airborne warfare during the war appears to be characterised by a lack of consistency or apparently… Read More
Research Paper Title The Development of British Airborne Forces in World War Two and the Concepts, Expectations and Reality of their Participation in Operations Market Garden and Varsity. Abstract This dissertation is an examination into the evolution of Britain‟s airborne forces during World War Two and their participation in two of the most contentious battles… Read More
A search term from yesterday. Simple Answer: Yes Longer Answer: the P Company course, officially the All Arms Pre-Parachute Selection (AA PPS) Course, is open to all officers and other ranks across the UK Military. P Company is an ADQUAL (additional qualification), it is not a mandatory career course but can be career enhancing (it… Read More
“What you get by stealth and guts, you must hold by skill and determination.” Major General Richard Gale, Commander 6th Airborne Division, finishing his briefing prior to D-Day (June 1944).