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4 Man Wall Flood

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 hard corner to past the center of the room.
Operator ❷ always goes to the right and clears from the hard corner to past the center of the room.
Operator ❸ always goes to the left and clears from the center of the room to the left side of the room.
Operator ❹ always goes to the right and clears from the center of the room to the right side of the room.

Pros:
- Clearly defined areas of responsibility.
- Direction in room is determined before entry.
- Defined fields of fire.
- Good command and control.
- Can't be out flanked.

Cons:
- Not as quick as some other dynamic methods.
- Doesn't compromise barricades easily.
- Usually not effective in residential structure due to furniture along the walls.
- No overlap responsibility to the corners.

In the film below Navy Seals train using a wall flood but in the film they use the path of least resistance, not predesignated.

 

 

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