hen act surprised when one guy gets 5 of you out,.
and so i feel that that must remind you that already know, and inform those who dont
THE FIVE S's OF CONCEALMENT
Some things can be recognized instantly by their shape, particularly if they contrast with their surroundings.
Three easily distinguished shapes which require you to disguise for concealment are;
1) The clear cut shape of your outline.
2) The smooth round top of a combat helmet.
3) The hard line of a helmet brim.
unless you are a retard you should click on what you do here.
Any object silhouetted against a contrasting background is clearly visible.
Smooth flat backgrounds such as water, a field, or worst of all the sky, should be considered dangerous.
An object may also be silhouetted if it is against the background of another color.
For concealment,choose an uneven background such as a hedge, bush, trees or broken ground to hide your silhouette.
In sunlight and in moonlight, an object casts a shadow which gives away its presence.
For concealment, try to keep in the shadows if possible. Remember that as the sun and moon moves, so do the shadows.
Mother nature doesn't put things out evenly,so remember this.
Natural objects are never regularly spaced.
Regular spacing means man-made objects ie telegraph poles and fence posts. For concealment avoid regular spacing.
And when going into combat, you are going to want some additional spacing as well, if one grenade is able to take down a while squad,
it isnt considered a well place grenade, its considered a S-hitty squad.
And dont be afraid to use hand signals, keep them simple, most signals are made up in the field so long as you and your squad know what you mean your ok.