Danger area..... while you bug out or run security for your community.





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Published on Jan 17, 2012

How to deal with linear danger areas like roads, rivers, trails and large open areas.

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Indiana Outdoors
I enjoy the refresher courses. I too was in the 101st but ice been out more than 20 years
ron erkkila
I think if your escorting non combatants I would not skirt a danger area if I was trying to avoid possible contact. I would definitely detour wide.... Cause you are correct and a bush would be at the forest edge, you do not want to run into the back side of their bush. Also if you have been out in the woods long enough you will get used to the scents. You can almost smell human activity.
Would LOVE to learn more of those combat hand signals! If you haven't already, a video on them would be a great idea!
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Asst patrol leader is the last person to cross. Leader goes with the decisive element.
I'm not infantry but I would say 'no' because this would separate both your scouts with not only the main element but also each other. 
James Mustang
Another Idea is to carry cardboard cut outs of illegal aliens running, and just hide behind it as you cross. Cut outs of women holding the hand of a kid works best. 
Ever think about forming an extended line moving as many people across as possible in one go after it's been secured. less of a chance at being discovered. and less time in the open.
Thanks for posting this video. I'm watching this and thinking how much this is like how deer move. 
What would your advise be to 1 person trying to be stealthy, or a group of two people? thank you!
Johns Hungry
You should make some more of these. 
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