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Dear P1 Member,

In the May 2011 SWAT eNews, Sgt. Glenn French examines the takedown of Osama bin Laden and the similarities in tactics used by SEAL Team Six and SWAT Officers here in the United States, and Lt. Dan Marcou looks at the excellent work done by the Columbia (S.C.) PD SWAT team. You may recall that last week, an explosives-laden 22-year-old gunman took them on (spoiler alert: SWAT won!).

Meanwhile, Sgt. Dan Danaher examines some of the tactical considerations for the use of handheld and gun-mounted flashlights in low-light SWAT operations. All that, plus some of the top news on SWAT actions in the past couple of months.

— Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor

Featured Article
As hard as Blakely Jernigan tried, no one died during the recent SWAT incident in Columbia, South Carolina... except for Blakely Jernigan.
Good decisions, good tactics
Featured Article
Close-quarters battle (CQB) was fundamental in taking down Osama bin Laden, and is the cornerstone of American SWAT tactics.
Learning from our military brothers
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