Civil Defense
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Advanced Urban Warfare

18 Lessons      Advanced

About this course

Mission Set/Purpose - to Rescue, conduct a Snatch and Grab or a Full-Scale Assault for when SHTF

Course Structure

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Team Roles

What teams you need and what each specific job does.

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Breach Team Tactics

How to gain entry into houses/buildings. And which tactics work the best depending upon the breaching style and building design. 

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The Dynamic Breach

The Dynamic Breach is a common method among law enforcement and utilizes stealth, speed and aggression to get the job done.

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The Ballistic Breach

The Ballistic Breach uses a ballistic projectile to gain entry into a structure. Basically, you shoot the door open.

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The Mechanical Breach

The Mechanical Breach is a method of gaining entry into a building using either a lever, blunt force or even with a key (lockpicking).

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Breaching with a Vehicle

Vehicle Breaching is a form of Mechanical Breaching with blunt force by using the vehicle as a battering ram. (It's also a lot of fun..)

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Stealth Breaching

Gaining entry into a building without any occupants knowing that you have entered. 

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Shooting in the Dark

This is how to properly utilize a flashlight in the dark while engaging hostile targets.

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Lock Picking

The lost art of using a "universal key" as part of your stealth breaching.

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Special Equipment

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Breach Team Sizes

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Team Formations

Various situations call for different formations to maintain 360° security and fire superiority. 

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Dealing with a POW (Prisoner of War)

Using restraints, blindfolds and removing shoes is only the beginning. You have to be very careful when dealing with these people no matter if they belong to you or not.

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Dealing with KIA (Killed in Action)

As a team commander, you must remember that KIA personnel can be taxing on manpower as well as the emotional and mental status of your remaining soldiers.

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The Wounded

It is important that you eliminate the enemy first before turning your attention to the wounded (friendly or otherwise) Wounded soldiers can create more manpower and resource draw than dead soldiers. 

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POW Rescues

Recovering yours or friendly personnel from the grips of your enemy and possible issues that may arise with POWs. 

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Putting It All Together

How all of the teams can work together in creating a successful mission.

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Bonus Section

Extra tidbits of information that can make the difference between mission success or mission failure.

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