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4 Man Penetration

Description:
Four operators get ready by the door. Their position in the room is known in advance.

Operator ❶ always goes to the left and clears from the center of the room, to the left hard corner.
Operator ❷ always goes to the right and clears from the center of the room, to the right hard corner.
Operator ❸ always goes to the left and clears from the hard corner to the deep left corner.
Operator ❹ always goes to the right and clears from the hard corner to the deep right corner.

Their position in the room is not on the walls but a few meters in the room out from the walls. The operators are positioned back to back with a distance large enough, so that other operators can move between them if it is a dynamic assault.
This technique is used when the there is a high chance that the walls have furniture lining them.

Pros
- Very quick
- Direction in room is determined before entry.
- Clears some barricades on entry.
- Clearly defined areas of responsibility.
- Overlap coverage to opposite corners.

Cons:
- Can be outflanked.
- Command and control is not as good
- Shooting lanes get tight in a short walled room.

 

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