The amount of artificial camouflage available.
The amount of natural camouflage available
The weather and the type of material used.
If the enemy has spotted your position
A lone building.
The side of a hill.
In an open valley.
At a road junction.
Covering, hiding and deceiving.
Hiding, blending and deceiving.
Hiding, covering and deceiving.
Hiding, blending and covering.
Light paint colors.
Dark paint colors.
Natural paint colors.
Woodland paint colors.
Noises seem amplified and revealing at night.
Darkness is a disadvantage to the enemy.
Map reading during the darkness is easier.
It’s not easy to detect troop movement.
Put mud on it.
Place foliage on and in the barrel.
Wrap it with burlap garnishing or strips of dyed cloth.
The type of weapon that will be utilized at the position.
The amount of time that will be spent at that location.
The type of terrain the position will be utilized in.
The potential for enemy observation of position.
Kneeling and close to the window.
Kneeling and far back from the window.
Standing and close to the window.
Standing and away from the window.
Horizontal angles to the axis of the trigger.
Vertical angles to the axis of the trigger.
Right angles to the axis of the trigger.
Left angles to the axis of the trigger.
Remove the pull pin and replace the safety clip.
Loosen lower wing nut and remove bracket.
Clean and dry flare and bracket.
Tighten the wing nut.
Roll over obstacles.
Move around mines.
Confuse your adversary.
Not moving 12 inches away from the wall.
Not being aware of basement windows.
Not crouching while moving.
Moving too slowly.
The ability of the team leader to control the team.
Likelihood of enemy contact and need for speed.
The enemy threat.
10 meters from the front.
In front of the team leader.
50 meters behind the lead fire team.
100 meters behind the lead fire team.
The heavy left formation cannot be used.
The wedge formation is not practical.
Enemy contact is not likely.
Enemy contact is expected.
Point and distant.
Distant and near.
Area and far.
Near and far.
A fire team.
On high ground to avoid weapons fire.
Along likely avenues of approach.
Along resupply lines.
Along rally points.
Reentry rally point.
En route rally point.
Objective rally point.
Notify, implement, destroy, defeat
Negate, impede, dispose and destroy.
Notify, impede, disable, and destroy.
Notify, impress, dissuade and destroy.