Hi, this is Robert Stewart with Hill 13.com.
And we’ve looked at the wedge formation on the board. Now we’re going to see it in a
dry fire exercise with no paint in the hopper. This is a drill that you and your team mates
should do often. And we’re going to do it here on an open field where you can see the
relationship of the players one to the other. Then we’re going to take it out onto the field.
Alright squad, wedge formation. Move out. Now what you see is you have a left and right
flank on this wedge and a point man. The point man has got to be out there looking for the
very first engagement they’re going to come upon. We have have whats called a reinforced
wedge here by having a back. This creates a diamond formation instead of a wedge and
adds you other shooting lanes when you make contact with the enemy. You’ve made contact.
That is the effective deployment of the wedge. CEASE FIRE!!! Next we’re going to talk about
spooking the ambush.