|Deployment tactics for 'DD' accuracy|
The more force options you have, the more training you need to ensure proficiency. The purpose of a distractionary device (or "flash bang") is to create a "pause in combat." This pause can be both mental and physical, creating a mental fog, vision impairment and, for a moment, loss of motor skills.
Remember, in order to get the maximum effect from a distractionary device you need the element of surprise and accuracy.
Here, RedMan Training Division director Dave Young gives you a training exercise to keep you up to speed:
1. Have the officer stand behind cover position:
2. Have the officer stand behind cover position:
3. Have the officer stand behind cover position;
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