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Help-Mechanical Breaching Course outline

Post by srtunit576 » Wed Oct 08, 2008 4:43 am

Can someone email me or reply me a basic three to five day course outline for mechanical breaching? I am need of help to put a course together. I would appreciate all the help I can get. Big Thanks!
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Re: Help-Mechanical Breaching Course outline

Post by Ryan » Mon Jun 20, 2011 6:44 am

Possible Course Outline:
Comprised classes, lectures, product intros and tactical demonstrations. Tactical charge placement drills and the positive use of breaching explosives outlined class. A number of forced-entry drills with a mixture of breach types and scenarios.

Listed below are the type of charge placement drills, shots and mechanical breaching events performed by Memphis PD S.W.A.T., Shelby County SO S.W.A.T., Tennessee Highway Patrol and OSTC cadre:
- Through rooftop, via a frame charge
- 6-inch concrete wall reinforced with rebar via water-filled frame charge
- Gate Crasher (Oval like ship’s hatch) against a 6-inch concrete wall
- Stihl 440C power saw (Razorback and carbon steel blade) against a class-one metal door
- Wall Banger Pole: Def Tec flashbang against a class-one metal door
- Panduit charge against a solid wood door
- IV bag charge against an exterior plywood wall to effect a gun port through interior dry-wall
- Strip charge against a solid wood door
- Multi Purpose Water Charge (Scott Allman—Rapid Entry) against a class-two metal door
- Linear charge against a screen and solid-wood door
- Omni Distribution Helix charges against a poured concrete block wall
- Raptor Corp’s linear charge against a class-one metal door
- A-T Solutions Alford strip charge against a solid wood door
- Circular saw on expanded-metal obstacle
- ALS strip charge against a solid wood door
- BROCO thermal torch
- Remington Arms 12-gauge specialized door-breaching rounds
- BTI Breaching doors (Ram, Hooligan/Halligan tool, shotgun, and water charge)
- Life Safety Systems Remote Firing Systems
- Marine Services Commercial Diving thermal and cutting tools.
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