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Solo Forcible Entry and Saving Your Progress

By Scott Kraut Regardless of your staffing, you will often find yourself alone when tasked with difficult forcible entry challenges. The purpose of this ”quick drill” is to demonstrate simple and proven methods used to save the valuable purchase points we create during forcible entry. Typically, the conditions of the environment and the operation are more desirable at the onset of your forcible entry task. If you are faced with a challenging door and find yourself without a partner, for whatever reason, the task may be lengthy and awkward, thus leading to deteriorating conditions and a more stressful environment. It is important to always be moving forward in your operation and, for forc...

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