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TACTICAL COMBAT BREATHING


1. TACTICAL COMBAT BREATHING
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Inhaling through your mouth to gain oxygen into your lungs, then slowly exhaling through your nose. This reduces noise, prevents fogging inside a protective mask, and increases the officer’s ability to breathe when contaminated with chemicals. Usage: nationwide by trainers.
by PoliceMag on Mar 09, 2012
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Is also thought to help control an officers stress levels during critical incidents. Rapidly brings breathing down to a normal rate and allows an officer to focus and make clear decisions. Has been taught for a very long time often under different names, however the technique remains the same.
by SnowCop on Feb 27, 2013
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AKA, Autogenic breathing
by Mark Neumann on Sep 08, 2013

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