...this is one of the question I'm asked while I'm out running point or just on patrol in general. Well here are a few of the techniques that I use and I'm sure that there are many more so feel free to add your own if you so choose.
1. Listen to the sounds of nature (on new fields where games haven't been used much if your quite and op4 isn't then animals and insect will suddenly move or stop making noise)
2. Don't look for people look for movement (don't stare or focus just open up you field of view, people can hide movement can not)
3. Don't just use your own eyes (most people don't take the time to check their six "look behind you", but don't just stop there look at your teammates they may be trying to communicate with you using hand signals or you may see someone trying to sneak up on them)
4. Trust you gut (if you feel like something isn't right then stop take a knee or find cover, what the worst thing that can happen "you maybe wrong but your still alive")
**More to come**
Last Edit: Aug 24, 2008 11:01:00 GMT -5 by "Runaway"
Simple really Mr. Rev....your primary weapon should be ambush, if you feel that you can't conceal your movement (just don't move). Truth is the size of an attacker matters little, other than the fact that once discovered the size of a man may create a larger target, but even that can reduced by carefully picking out your route. Keep this in mind....even a mouse creates movement