Some old footage that shows some of our tactics implemented in game.Thanks to all attendants
Watch and learn gentlemen.
SAS 22nd EVR - Tactics
ok thx will do looks good
NICE vid there, I would like all the Rcts to see this.
Awesome Video!Great work and a learning treat.One question, when doing the CB.Why did point call v11?
Yupp, good one there.
But to emotional music LOL
But I liked it
This was very interesting, indeed.I liked the Buttonhock Double Stack very much!
- He who fears death cannot enjoy life -
Because it says so in the basic training section of the website.
Is there a thought behind that point calls out the go-code? Usually EL has the overview of the situation and knows if everybody is set and ready to go thats why he usually gives go-codes. Please enlighten us Rasa!
While I agree that EL does have more overview, this is the drill and it has to be followed.
Very nice video!
Yupp, good one there.But to emotional music LOLBut I liked it
It`s the music from the original Rainbow Six game for cryin out loud! Classic!
It`s not supposed to be a rock video Medic
Guys i only can say this: Very, very, big, nice, great video...!
RiP, my best friend ; )
Nice line of fire problem around 1:45, and limited cover 3:002-3:11 or so: I'm a WO1, I get trained to be critical
1.45, can't be avoided,
3.00, there is no cover unless you move to the middle of the room right into the crossfire.
[SAS] SeMp3r .:. SemperFy * Great Mind Think Alike *
Very nice video Valroe
SAS_Nick22nd SAS Elite Virtual Regiment
Pretty nice video Makes me somewhat proud too I was able to train those maneuvers plenty of times with you guys as well as other regulars, despite research drill unfortunately.
Will there maybe be an "open" class on that in future?Especially while receiving heavy counterfire in narrowed surroundings like hallways or corners in them ppl tend to run around panicking at all endangering themselves aswell as the rest of the team due to improper AOR coverage, hasty movement, crossfire etc etc.
Gone but not forgotten.
In what appears to be a simulated exercise, I'd call it a positioning issue. Under fire, I'd call it a dangerous slip in safety. (No offense meant to Valroe of course -> He did an excellent job on the vid)
I would suggest crouching and using the counter for cover, rather then standing next to it and hope any sliders down the stairs aim for the leg rather then the torso. --> note that is my personal opinion, nothing more. The video shows a good take down of the room, but there are ways to improve imho
You have a point Spidey.
In the peel off demonstration we could easily have spread out to a staggered formation being able to keep more degree to the man infront of you. The drill, however, was supposed to be done like this, showing a column defensive peel-off.
Im not sure if Value = Valroe, but thanks for the compliment Spidey
Hmm will you get some value from this?
Highway to hell, with some bangs on the heavy drum strokes there will create a dramatic effect on the vid... trust me
Typo fixed... sorry lol, I can't speel to save my life haha.
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