Go Flying Australia Podcast 026 – Army and Rescue Helicopter Crewman Clay Marks


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Summary: Clay Marks is an Australian Army veteran who started out as his service as a Parachute Rigger, often getting the opportunity to jump with Special Forces operators. Clay eventually decided to retrain as a helicopter Crewman and went on to serve on multiple operational deployments overseas. Clay took his skills from the Army and started working for Careflight in Sydney which provides a valuable Aeromedical retrieval service for those in desperate need. Despite his other careers which has seen him away from the cockpit Clay has managed to gain his helicopter and fixed wing licenses with various endorsements.

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Military Free Fall (MFF) out of a C-130


Fast Roping exercise out of a S-70 Blackhawk


On operations with a S-70 Blackhawk


Landing on a road with Careflight


Clay conducting winching training with Hevilift in PNG




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