Urban Tactical Movement
GlobalSecurity.org explains that “While operating in urban areas, the major offensive collective tasks at platoon and squad level are attacking and clearing buildings. This involves isolating the objective, suppressing the threat, advancing the assault element, assaulting the building, clearing the building, and consolidating and reorganizing the force. Regardless of the type of urban area or the structural characteristics, there are six interrelated requirements for attacking a defended building:
- Isolation of the building or objective.
- Supporting fires.
- Tactical movement
To read more visit: http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/library/policy/army/fm/7-8/ch6.htm
Students at Milites Dei Academy practice urban tactical movement techniques to perfection at our indoor tactical shooting facility. This prepares students for armed assailant assault in an urban environment.