Taiwan military data map. (Source: Taiwan Media)
Overseas Network, May 17th Taiwan military "Hankang 34 exercises" rehearsal performed on the morning of the 17th accident. When a soldier of the Taiwan Army jumped out of the C130 cabin and wrapped in an umbrella, the main and the parachute did not open, causing the soldier to fall from an altitude of 1200 feet (about 365 meters), but he still had a heartbeat and was currently in a rescue.
According to reports by Taiwan media, the Taiwan military "Han Kuang exercise" conducted the rehearsal of the middle anti-aircraft retreat on the morning of the 17th. When a special paratrooper simulating the Red Army jumped out of the cabin, the umbrella did not open. , quickly dropped from 1200 feet to the Qingquangang Airport. When the Qin surname soldier jumped out of the C130 cabin, the main parachute did not open, and the parachute did not eat the wind. The parachute appeared to fall freely and was sent to the Kasugai General Hospital where he was undergoing thoracotomy surgery.
The Taiwan Defense Department stated on the 17th that at 6 o'clock in the morning, when the special command headquarters of the Taiwan Army “Special Command Headquarters” surnamed Qin surrendered to perform anti-airborne parachuting exercises in Qingquangang, Taichung, the The parachute was not opened and was urgently sent to Taichung Tong General Hospital for emergency treatment. Ren Defa, head of Taiwan’s defense department, instructed the Taiwanese Army’s “Chief of Staff” Li Ximing to lead the project team to investigate the cause of the case.
Taiwan's defense department stressed that it has been ordered to require all units to implement various safety and security inspections and personnel education to ensure the safety of the training and prevent similar cases from recurring.
According to reports, the Taiwan military "Hankang 34 exercise" is expected to carry out live fire drills from June 4th to 8th and is divided into four major subjects, namely "sea-air joint operations" and "northern." "Anti-landing operations", "Southern anti-landing operations" and "Central anti-air (mechanical) down operations."
In the "Central Joint Anti-Air (Mid-Air) Down Operations" subject, the Taiwan military simulated the counter-attack capacity of the People's Liberation Army Airborne Qingquangang Airport, and for the first time incorporated the nongovernmental backup energy into the exercise range. UAV UAV reconnaissance, running (slip) repair, referral communication interrupted backup, reinforcement reserve forces, combined Wanan exercises. The performance was also listed as an open-door interview subject for the Taiwanese military’s “Hankang 34 Exercise”. It is scheduled to implement a joint anti-aircraft (airborne) operation at Taichung Chingchuankang Base from 7:30 to 9:20 on June 7. Exercise, Taiwan ArmyThe ground armored forces and the paratroopers of the simulated Red Army have been rehearsing for a long time.