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Power Shift Flood

This technique is used in large rooms, halls adn hangers where there are barricades in the middle of the room.

Description:
The team is stacked outside the room. The amount of operators depends of the size of the room and the number of operators available.
The team enters the room. Operator ❶ and operator ❷ takes the hard corners and the rest goes opposite of each other looking in the centre of the room.
If the room is very large the element leader calls additional reserves in to the room.
When the team is in place, the element leader will give the command "POWER SHIFT".  This is a signal for the team to split into two teams. All the operators on the right of the entry point will move up the right wall in a snake formation clearing barricades on the wall and in the centre of the room as the other team comes to them. All the operators on the left of the entry point will move up the left wall in a snake formation clearing barricades on the wall and in the centre of the room as the other team comes to them.
The two point men must be very careful to stay on line and not shoot at the team on the opposite wall.

The element leader has to strictly control the teams due to a high chance of crossfire using this technique

Pros:
- Clears a larger room with barricades

Cons:
- There is a chance of muzzle sweeping in this technique.  
- Bad communication.
- Difficult to control.

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