Hi, I’m Robert Stewart with Hill13.com. The
next individual tactical drill that you can train in that’s of importance is the rush.
In some situations you simply need to get to the opponent, and you need to paint him
at the same time. You may other members of your team applying pressure to him from different
direction and spoiling his ability to concentrate on you. At the moment that you know you have
covering fire, and he is busy, that’s when you make your rush. Now you can run in a straight
line if you are certain you’re going to be able to hit that opponent. But in many cases,
he might turn and see you and if his weapon is already leveled you may not have three
seconds. So you may be forced to run in a zig zag manner, hopefully cutting down on
the paint that he’s throwing on you actually hitting you. Our objective is that bunker.
We’re playing now the opposite side of the field from the low crawl. I know there’s someone
crawling toward that position, and I want to neutralize him and break their line as
quickly as possible. This is what is commonly referred to as the delta force rush. And remember
if you’re charging the opponents position, you’d be well advised to make sure that you’ve
contacted one of your team members and communicated the need for him to give you covering fire.
Once you see that you have that covering fire, and hopefully the fire that your team mate
is putting his paint on is suppressed enough for you to make your rush. On the rush, we’re
going to move in a zig zag, because there are other players out there and they may choose
to shoot at you.