Hi, this is Robert Stewart with hill13.com.
And we just showed in an earlier segment a sequence where we only had one opposing member
to deal with. Now we’re going to show a simple diagram and relate how you do that if there’s
more than one opponent. In this case there are two members of the green team under cover
here. Our squad is moving in this direction. The point man has made first contact and now
we have a situation where they can actually deliver superior fire power to the point man,
than more so than what he can deliver to them. In this case you want to move into a position
that will give you two shooting lanes on a single opponent. Now in this case if I were
confronted with this situation, I would have my third team member immediately start delivering
suppression fire. Even though he can’t hit this green player, he needs to put this guy
out of what’s about to happen here and keep him down. When that happens the two players,
the two red players, on this side can then concentrate their fire on this one player.
By doubling up on him, he can’t really go anywhere. At this point if they can’t get
him, and he’s stuck down in there, then you might be forced to make the flank and even
retreat, if this guy begins to return fire. But the key here is to isolate this guy, so
you can eliminate this guy.