About this time last month we told you about the new video series from UFPro: The Pro’s Guide to Tactical Shooting, and then a couple weeks back we showed you Part I of the series – VIP Security and Varying Cover. Well, Part II is out. This one discusses how to react when you and a teammate are ambushed.
UF PRO describes the video thusly,
“In this scenario, you’ll learn how to react when ambushed and how you and a teammate can work your way out of it.”
The key takeaways as UF Pro define them are:
- Engage the enemy by executing a “peel” manoeuvre while simultaneously manoeuvring out of harm’s way.
- Never manoeuvre beyond the point where you lose the ability to protect your teammate and sustain a fusillade (safety, steady rate of fire, and distance travelled are equally important).
- Always keep your rifle at a “high-ready” position while you’re on the move.
- Maintain clear communication with your teammate at all times (even while behind cover)—crucially important.
Grunts: manoeuvre (remember, they’re using Commonwealth English).
Here’s the video.
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