A procedure that allows the
gradual observation around a comer or other obstacle where a perpetrator
might be hiding in ambush.
This technique permits the slow, cautious viewing of an uncleared area involving an angular
obstruction while maintaining a margin of safety for
By staying quiet revealing very little of himself and by maximising the space between the operator and the
corner, the operator gains better reaction time and minimizes the risk of a
perpetrator reaching for the operators weapon.
-The operator has a chance of moving undetected
around the corner
-It is a very slow technique.
-There is no guarantee that the operator will see the
threat first. The
operator has 50% chance of seeing the threat first.
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