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Old April 9th, 2016   #1
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So just something that came across my mind while I was thinking. Is there currently any method for an assault team to breach into a building through the roof?

If so, I'd appreciate some firsthand descriptions of how this is done.

I do expect, however, that this may not be practical, or optimal.
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While roof insertions are commonly used in raids, there is one immediate reason to not breach from the roof. There are simpler entry methods available (for example, abseil in from the window or use the stairs that already exist). There are quite a few simplier and better dynamic entry methods - than what the thread starter proposes.

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