Jump Wings

Earning your Lao Jump Wings is one of the most rewarding and fulfilling experiences that you will ever have in your life...

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RAIDER stands for Rapid Assistance in Disaster and Emergency Relief. The purpose of this intensive course is to train first responders for both manmade and natural disasters.

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Jungle Warfare

The Royal Lao Airborne Jungle Warfare Course will provide practical training for hot and humid climate operations.

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Join Today

Join the Royal Lao Airborne today! Prior Military Service to include State Defense Forces are welcomed but is not necessary to join. Contact us for more information on joining.

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Royal Lao Crest

The Royal Lao Airborne has a long and amazing history going back over 60 years. The Royal Lao Airborne in the US was founded on September 3, 2001 From it’s beginnings in the 1950’s through today, the RLA has been, and will continue to be, a group of professionals who exhibit military bearing, hold true the core values and who put others before themselves.

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Anderson Regional Airport is located at 5808 Airport Road Anderson, SC 29626 The Anderson Regional Airport serves the citizens and businesses of Anderson County and surrounding areas. The Airport has a Category I Instrument Landing System for all weather operations. Fueling, aircraft storage, aircraft maintenance, pilot services, and aircraft services are provided by a well […]

Royal Laotian Parachutists over S.C.

by W. THOMAS SMITH, JR. June 30, 2010   “Get out!” jumpmaster Ronny Alley shouted at me as I sat crunched down in the so-called hot-seat of a packed Cessna 182 single-engine aircraft now throttling back to about 85 miles-per-hour some 3,500 feet above the surface of the earth. At least I think that’s what […]

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