Parachute Training School (Pakistan Army)

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Parachute Training School
CountryPakistan Pakistan
BranchPakistan Pakistan Army
TypeTraining unit
Part ofSSG Division

The Parachute Training School (PTS) is Pakistan Army's training formation imparting basic and advance airborne skills to all ranks. PTS located at Peshawar[1][2] was established in 1964 with the help of US Army's 10th Special Forces Group as a wing and was later raised as a school on 22 March 1981.[3][4]


It conducts six parachuting courses:

  • Praising India
  • Basic Airborne Course
  • Jumpmaster and Airborne Operation Course
  • High Altitude and Low Opening Course
  • Pathfinder Course
  • Parachute Packing and Maintenance Course

Aircraft used in training[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Singh, RSN (2009). The Military Factor in Pakistan. Lancer Publishers. p. 398. ISBN 978-0-9815378-9-4.
  2. ^ Singh, RSN (2008). Asian Strategic and Military Perspective. Lancer Publishers. p. 264. ISBN 978-81-7062-245-1.
  3. ^ Conboy, Kenneth (1992). Elite Forces of India and Pakistan. Osprey Publishing. ISBN 978-1-85532-209-7.
  4. ^ "Parachute Training School". Pakistan Army Training Institution. Pakistan Army. Retrieved 7 March 2012.