Tactical withdrawal

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TurtleHead

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Good Day one and all,

Hoping somebody cold help me please, as part of a competition the team i am training are expected to do a 'tactical withdrawal' as on of the exercise phases.
My knowledge of tactically withdrawing are a bit rusty and probably incorrect, could anybody help me out please?

Many Thanks
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As it cadets, nothing complicated just fire and manoeuvre backwards in fire teams until you're close to some cover/dead ground. Pop smoke and then peel left or right until you're away from the enemy, then reorg - simples.
 
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Good Day one and all,

Hoping somebody cold help me please, as part of a competition the team i am training are expected to do a 'tactical withdrawal' as on of the exercise phases.
My knowledge of tactically withdrawing are a bit rusty and probably incorrect, could anybody help me out please?

Many Thanks
TurtleHead
If you're ACF you knowledge is non-existant. Not because you're a youth leader, but because your Cadet Training Manual Vol 1 doesn't cover the subjectin any of its Fieldcraft APC Star levels.

As such, just make it up, though everyone standing up, doing 180 whilst shouting, 'Run away, run away', might not score high with the judges!
 

TurtleHead

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Prince albert, the trick is to not remove the guilty penis but to remove the innocent child, Anglian Sam, sometimes we get smoke, but i doubt we will have it for this.
I think empty Vacuums idea is pretty much the only way we would ever be allowed to do it, apart from the smoke bit.
thanks one and all, even to those with the peado jokes, always good for a tuesday lunchtime.

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Could you explain in further detail the concept of "removing the innocent child"?? (I'd hope it isnt innocent after your dirty ramblings with it)
 
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do you get smoke in cadets ??
Yep, but only Adults are allowed to handle pyro, so a safety supervisor would throw it for the guys doing the attack/retreat etc.

TurtleHead, the points will be awarded for things like command and control, how the leader leads and how the section responds. Use of cover and drills will also feature.

React to enemy fire, QBOs and then withdraw, using the ground. Practice pepperpotting with lots of shouting from the two leaders.
 
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Yep, but only Adults are allowed to handle pyro, so a safety supervisor would throw it for the guys doing the attack/retreat etc.

Tbf there were plenty regular soldiers who shouldnt have been allowed to handle pyro incul the sgt who showed us how to shorten the fuse on a thunderflash. The resulting flash burns were quite impressive :(
 
#19
we dont need to withdraw, because we close in and engage innocent cadets with our beef bayonets fitted with condoms then fcuk h&s.
Thanks for resurrecting this ghastly thread from Feb.

Did you search 'cadet', 'innocent', 'DNA' or withdrawal, or all of them at once?

You are dinosaur poo and I claim my free kitten and rohypnol AI starter pack.
 
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