Rotary Wing Pilot
The coordination necessary to pilot a helicopter is akin to operating a yo-yo with your left hand while spinning a pie plate on top of your right index finger while you're balancing full glasses of water on top of your feet. Piloting an attack helicopter in combat is like doing all of that while riding a twelve point buck through the woods in the middle of hunting season. Cobra Gyro-Vipers have to be pretty nervy just to get through the training program. They are culled from the most alert members of the Air-Viper program for their attention to detail in overwhelmingly stressful environments. Gyro-Vipers tend to be fast, decisive thinkers with a self-assured confidence in their flying skills. A Gyro-Viper can pull a helicopter into a vertical, nose-down bank, turning it on a dime while unloading its ordnance on ground targets - and they never look back.
Gyro-Vipers pilot the Mamba attack helicopters in missions world-wide.