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Need information on the concrete wall breech techniques. Want to teach it to the new hires but I want to make sure I follow the correct sequence in the procedure. Any direction I could get would be appreciated and beneficial. Fraternally, Lt. Mike Camelo

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Thanks for the reply Tom. Actually was refering to CBS block walls.Concrete block,Cement block etc. Wasnt refering to solid concrete or poured tilt up as we are seeing more and more of here in Florida. I am teaching a class on CBS wall breeching,along the lines of Rapid Intervention.I already know the sequence of removing the block,but I was looking for some addtional information or insight from those that might have used it already on "jobs" or in teaching it to there troops on there departments. Thanks again for the tip on the saw though,I will be checking out the video link you sent as well. Be safe brother and thanks again..........Lt. MC.

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