Sorry CW3 Nora Madani, most U.S. Army 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (S.O.A.R.) Aviators are much more Experienced (Old, in their 40s to 50s), that went thru the U.S. Army Special Operations 160th SOAR (U.S. Army Special Forces) Course, that would include S.E.R.E. 3 or 4 aka C/D "Imminent Capture". She would have the Air Assault Wings Badge because the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) influence at Fort Campbell, and the U.S. Army's Airborne Wings to earn the right to wear the Maroon Beret (Airborne).
Commercial "Military like gloves" not worn by Aviators as not Fire Resistant.
Maroon Berets are U.S. Army Airborne, not considered "Special Operations Forces". Beards, long hair, mustaches not allowed, only U.S. Army Special Forces (Green Berets) are exempt. Yes, the 160th SOAR wear Maroon Berets only if Earned as Fully Qualified Operators. Meaning you would have more than just One Wing.
2nd Lieutenant Porter and CW3 Madani equals Court Martial Fraternization within Immediate Chain of Command, same Unit (Squad, Platoon, Company, Battalion, Brigade, Division). Immediate Bad Conduct Discharge.
U.S. Army Officer and U.S. Army Warrant Officers do not stand in Formation with the other NCOs and Enlisted.
Wrong U.S. Army Airborne (186th Airborne "Shadow Raiders") do not do U.S Army Special Forces Rescue, Recapture, Recovery Operations.
Nap Of the Earth (N.O.E.) is trained and practiced at Basic Aviation School Fort Rucker Alabama. "You've never flied below tree line before". "No Sir"- CW3 Madani. She would not even be a CW3.
More proof, the UH-60 "Adele" is not a MH-60 Special Operations Helicopter, that would be used during Training, "Train As You Will Fight".
A MH-60 can fly with only one engine.
Classified U.S. Military Personnel Records are only kept at ___ _______, they would not have access to them. Anybody involved with a U.S. Special Operation Mission would have had their U.S. Military Official Records pulled and placed into a SCIF. My U.S. Army Official Military Records 201 File indicating my being a U.S. Army Special Forces Long Range Reconnaissance Patrol and U.S. Army Airborne Ranger Vietnam Allegedly were destroyed during Warehouse Fires at Saint Louis Missouri, later on as a U.S. Military Officer I was by name (because of Combat Experience) selected to be with the U.S. Army Special Forces Teams to U.S. Ally Iraq during the Iran Iraq Wars and CIA Operation Cyclone, as the 1980s U.S. Military Special Operations Forces no longer had Combat Experienced due to the previous Reduction In Forces of the U.S. Military including within U.S. Army Special Forces. The U.S. Army Special Forces Team Leader O-3 deferred Command of his ODA and ODB to me because he did not have Combat Experience and I did, the only way he could have known is from my "Allegedly" Destroyed U.s. Military Personnel Records.
2nd Lieutenant Porter Special Operations packet while with U.S. Army 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault). Of course he was not accepted. Six Years U.S. Army ->U.S. Army Air Assault School->U.S. Army Airborne School->U.S. Army Ranger School->U.S. Army Ranger Battalions at least One Year->U.S. Army Special Forces School-> Assessed to U.S. Army Special Forces Teams.
CW3 Madani "are like flying helos hands and feet moving separately", clearly not a U.S. Army Aviator (Rotary Wing) as you don't use your feet (foot pedals, except during hover). Basic Flight Aptitude Flight Test (F.A.S.T.) required to get into U.S. Army Flight School, she would have flunked, as most questions are about how to fly a helicopter, most will fail because they attempt to do Fixed Wing Coordinated Turns using Stick and Foot Pedals. You do not use Foot Pedals (Feet) flying a Helicopter only as trim or during hover, Right Hand Stick, Left Hand Cyclic and Collective to control Rotor Pitch there is usually an RPM control also on older helicopters on the cyclic "collective" on MH-60s overhead center two levers.
From what I can tell, CW3 Madani "Pulled Pitch" (Collective) too soon, she would have 'Flared" too soon and dropped thru (stalled too high), with a hard crash landing, not as depicted. Auto Rotations are only trained on simulators now a days. Also during an Emergency an Experienced U.S. Army Aviator (even Lower Grade CW1 fresh out of flight school) checks all Switches and Circuit Breakers as Routine, first on Inflight Checklist.
The Helicopter depicted are UH-60s not MH-60s that have a distinctive box like thing on the nose of the MH-60 as an Electro Optical Long Range Day and Night capability for Aviators to fly using a video screen. All "Glass" cockpits are typical of MH-60s that also have Mid Air Refueling Capabilities that UH-60s do not have.
The CIA would never allow a Conventional U.S. Army unit to be part of CIA Operation Perseus, for Operational Security Reasons.