Our instructor pilots have trained multitudes of aviators at High Altitude Mountain Environment Training (HAMET) and the High-Altitude Army National Guard Aviation Training Site (HAATS).

Flying at higher altitudes takes a refined skill-set for rotary-wing pilots. Most scout-attack helicopters, while a capable machines, were not designed for the thinner air of mountainous terrain. Nevertheless, our instructor pilots are veteran high altitude instructors and have experienced daily combat at heights of greater than 10,000 feet in Afghanistan. We are experts at instructing others how to fly and fight in similar conditions.


As with all of our training packages, this advanced training can be accomplished anywhere in the world and does not require a formal school-location setup. 

Combat flights above 10,000 feet is what we do.

One of our OH-58D crews, Feb 2011, in eastern Afghanistan.