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REALITY CHECK: DYNAMIC ENTRY

Elite special units team tests optimal entry for bus, ground-level windows, high-level windows, and balconies, unveiling valuable insights into each scenario.


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WHICH SITUATIONS DID WE CHECK IN THIS VIDEO SERIES?

LOCKED BUS

In critical situations where potential hostage scenarios or imminent threats to public safety arise, tactical units undergo strategic bus breaches.

GROUND WINDOWS

In high-risk scenarios involving armed suspects taking refuge within a building, tactical units employ strategic breaches of ground-level windows to swiftly and precisely neutralize threats, ensuring the safety of the public and restoring order effectively.

HIGH WINDOWS

When dealing with high-level windows, tactical units must utilize specialized techniques and equipment to gain access to elevated positions, increasing the complexity and risks involved.

BALCONIES

Breaching a balcony presents tactical units with distinct challenges compared to window breaches. Confronting elevated positions demands specialized tactics and equipment, adding complexity and risk to the operation.


WATCH THE EPISODES BELOW.

EPISODE 1:
LOCKED BUS

What is the quickest way to get a task force into a locked bus? We look into two different approaches with two different tools for the job.


EPISODE 2:
GROUND WINDOWS

What is the quickest way to get into a house if the doors are not accessible? Should you approach the ground windows from side or frontal?


EPISODE 3:
HIGH WINDOWS

What’s the quickest way to get a task force with equipment quickly into a high window? We test two different tools that can be used for quick entry.


EPISODE 4:
BALCONIES

What is the best way to get an operation group with equipment quickly onto a flat roof or balcony? Check two approaches that we tested.

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