Hi, this is Robert Stewart with Hill13.com.
When we’ve talked about communication, it’s always been from the standpoint of making
sure that your team can, can communicate effectively on the field. And we’ve talked about verbal
codes and there’s a lot of cases where verbal codes are exactly the wrong thing to do. In
many cases, especially if you’re stalking an opponent’s position, you may be getting
closer and closer to him and he still not know that you’re there. You may be trying
to get up underneath a bunker and crawl in to a position where you’ll be able to assist
another teammate in bunkering that opposing player. So in those cases, it’s critical that
you still be able to communicate without giving away your position to the opposing team and
and and thus opening up yourself for a counter attack. In those cases visual communications
become essential. That is why in all of the, in the military, in special forces, Delta
Force, the Seals, they have an entire library of these signals and can communicate complex
strategy without saying a word. The, learning and employing hand signals is a great way
to strengthen your team’s performance on the field.