Tibet Military Command completes low-altitude parachuting on plateau

Recently, a special combat brigade and an army aviation brigade of the Tibet Military Command jointly completed a 1,000-meter low-altitude military parachuting training session at the altitude of 3,700 meters for the first time. The climate is variable and the terrain complicated on the plateau. Also, as the air is thin, the speed of landing is fast and the time is limited, increasing the difficulty of parachuting. Low-altitude parachuting can achieve concealment in combat, and soldiers can quickly go into battle after landing.