This is Robert Stewart, with hill13.com. Now
we’re going to look at the board, and describe what flanking should look like properly carried
out. At on the break, as the game begins, the red team and the green team meet along
a set of barriers or cover positions, and immediately a gunfight breaks out between
the red player and the green player. Now, in this situation, just like with the bunker,
the green player is playing properly. He’s changing his fire, and moving behind his bunker,
firing both from left end to right to suppress this this player’s fire. This player; the
green player on this side, moves up to a position here. At that moment, this player directs
this player, either through verbal or through silent communication, to flank on the right.
That player then, while while his teammate is suppressing the red player’s fire, breaks
cover, and runs for another bunker position, roughly on the opposite side of the field,
as you can tell, and what this has done now is given the green player a new shooting lane,
and that new shooting lane opens this player up to be scratched out.