Marine engineers show how to make a door, breacher style (VIDEO)

A group of Marines with III MEF walk you through the the easiest way to make a door when needed through the proper use of some demolition charge and shock tube.

The team, a group of breachers from the 3rd Marine Logistics Group, 9th Engineer Support Battalion explain the the organization of a team to include the breacher, assistant breacher and the blanket man (and we don’t mean Linus) and how they work together to knock in a door or window, or break through a wall.

Something like a battlefield locksmith, only with a really loud universal key.

Hey kids, don’t try this at home.

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