Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Dynamic Entries

In counter drug or hostage rescue operations, dynamic entries are executed to quickly and efficiently overcome a suspect with overwhelming speed and violence. Tactical teams typically will make a forcible entry into the structure, sometimes using high explosives, to quickly defeat any potential barricade and send the suspect into a perceived state of shock before the entry team neutralizes the threat. If you're still reading, you've probably guessed that Becca is not writing this because she is very tired and didn't want to blog. As you've read, I have clandestinely taken over the computer and began a campaign to re-shape the world of blogging as you know it. Now who's with me?

15 comments:

mbrassfield said...

Finally some guys are gettin on the blogs, take it all over Matt!!!!
as you can guess this was from Matt, not Misty....

LizzyG said...

ummm...where are the peanut butter cookies and sweet babies playing in the fall leaves?

And can you please define clandestinely?

Stefanie said...

Matt,

I had to read it a couple times to understand all your swat lingo:).

Yes, a change of pace, and enjoyed the dramatic picture, but can we please have Becca back today?

Over!

Michelle said...

This was hilarious.... I was sure there would be a punchline about baricading into a room with disaster caused by children. :-) Have a great Thanksgiving!

Alida said...

The picture gave it away, so not Becca. Good job Matt for taking over.

My BIL works for SWAT in the LAPD, for a minute I was having serious flashbacks of very loooong conversations with him.

Husband of Lizzyg said...

Matt, I'm with you to the end!!!! This was the best blog post I've ever read. It has such meaning. Finally someone who really understands!! Great Post!!
Jon

Mrs. Ranch said...

Wow. We girls definitely have a disadvantage because we don't have tactical training in what to do when someone invades a blog. I think we should have a workshop for this, so we are prepared next time.

I'm so showing this to Jason....he'll be glad to read this post rather than the ones I force him to read.

Anonymous said...

A tactical recipe for distruction. Very Nice!!
I love it when a plan comes together. Keep up the good work!!

Rachel said...

Hey Matt~

No Boys Allowed!!!

An invasion like this is like having your little brother sit outside your room, listening in, while you and your friends are having a private discusion!

I'm sure it's all very exciting...talking about breaking into other people's homes at gun point...as for us girls...we prefer to feelings and kids and all the girl stuff boys don't like. No death and destruction on the blog...I get more than enough when my husband comes home!! :-)

Peaby said...

This is kinda funny...I'm always afraid to post a comment even though Becca frequently comments on my blog. All the women scare me. Matt, thanks for giving me the opportunity to say hello. and you sound "bad-A" as usual. Becca...you too.

Hosmerita's Hubby said...

Cladestinely, also know as, to covertly take over in a secret way.

Matt,

You lead and I'll follow!

This is outstanding!!! I have spent the past two days at the range myself, devistating targets with 165 grains of justice. We worked on this very technique using flash bangs and agressive takedown procedures.
I would also like to point out to those who are skeptical of this Blog, there is no mention of death. Rather, we neutralize the target, which is more politically correct.

Meghan said...

I really had to laugh when I read this. At first, I thought it might be you Becca...after 21 days of blogging, I would have a hard time coming up with topics and I figured you just asked Matt for an idea...but then I read further!! I, of course, hear talk like this at work all the time..."Meghan, SWAT really needs this new thingy to use during..." blah, blah, blah. I just say, tell me what it is, where it comes from, and I'll order it! :) Matt, your thought was sweet...but come on...Silly Matt, Blogs are for Girls!

Angela said...

Matt I think you should start your own blog!!! I bet Darrin would read it!!!

Tiffany said...

I just have to say it is a good think Mike does not know my blog password!

HappyMomma2 said...

When was the last time I received a non-fat sugar-free vanilla latte from you? I think its about time. Nice picture Matt, way to stir up the blog world.