Please read the question above regarding the difference between solo certification and A license certification before proceeding.
All military jumps count toward USPA license certifications. Some instructor ratings require them to be freefall skydives rather than static line to count.
Not all military jumps count toward solo certification. Military Freefall or MFF skydives can count toward solo certification. If you have completed MFF training and have a signed log to show completion we can transition you to a civilian A license. Our package for transition is paid up front and is as follows:
You must complete a transition AFF skydive which includes additional training and performance objectives. You must complete a minimum of 5 jumps during which you must complete all items in “Exit and Freefall Skills” on the A license card. These include a “clear and pull” skydive from 3,500 feet AGL, two skydives with a USPA coach, and a check dive with an AFF instructor. In addition, you must complete all remaining items on the A license card. With proper planning, many of these items can be completed during your coach jumps. Additional jumps may be required if you have not logged 5 landings, signed by an instructor, within 20 meters of a preselected target.