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PostSubject: Hand Signal   Hand Signal EmptyWed Sep 05, 2007 12:04 pm

Hand Signal Hand

Please Try To Memorize Them

Hand Signals
There
are a few things to consider when studying communication techniques.
The first could be, "Why am I learning this?" When does a technique
become a 'tactic'?

A
technique becomes a tactic when it is employed in a strategic manner.
So the technique answers the 'how', and the tactic answers the 'who,
when, where, and why'. Hand signals are important for anyone who needs
to communicate with others. Think of the universal sign for 'choking' -
hand clasped around the throat. This is a good example because a.) it's
natural and doesn't require a lot of decoding b.)the normal
communication method, talking, is not available c.) it's important! So
we have natural signals that communicate without sound an important
message.

I
remember when I was younger learning Indian (Native American) sign
language from my Cherokee brother Waya Gunaheeda. Little (ustee) was
represented by a hand patting an invisible short person on the head.
Girl (agaya ustee) was the shape of long hair traced around and down
the head with both hands. Deer or Elk was antlers on the head, and
trees were wavy fingers pointing up. I mention this because we should
pay tribute to those who developed and used our own sign language
foundation in America's earlier times. The frontiersmen and traders
could often use sign language when spoken word was not possible. It
saved many lives! Think of a policemen saying 'hands up'. What better
way is there, when confronted by a hostile party, to say "I mean no
harm" than to put the hands in plain sight, open, and away from the
body? Natural movement, other means not available, important message!
Trying to get out, "I don't have any weapons!", could get you shot in
some severe circumstances.

Now,
what might we, as backwoodsmen, want to communicate. "Out of sight",
"Listening", "Come on line", "Hold", "Move Into Position", "Enemy
Contact" - our modern counterparts, the U.S. Army Rangers, have natural
movements to convey important messages when other means are not
possible. When scouting in a group we may have some similar concerns in
a forest environment whether observing people or animals. Either way,
yelling is out of the question. It is recommended that Rangers develop
one handed signals so the other can be freely employed. Frequent eye
contact should be maintained within the group during movement meaning
'sighting' of other personnel not necessarily eye-to-eye contact.

U.S.C.R.C. Basic Hand Signals for Recon, Team Movement, and Observation (HSRTO_1)
1.) Hold Position (fist
clenched pointing upward, 90 degree angle at elbow) - This signal
simply tells anyone behind or around you to stop moving. A good Team
should have natural pauses together anyway when moving, but this is a
direct command from the lead man or observer, or anyone else who has
good reason.

2.) Group Move Out, general (Open hand up, tilting forward) All continue movement in general direction of tilt
3.) Group Move Out, specified (Same as above followed by straight, four fingers, in desired direction)
4.) Individual Move, general (Two fingers pointed at individual(s), followed by open hand tilting forward)
5.) Individual Move, specified (Same as above followed by straight four fingers in desired direction)
6.) I See (Hitchhiker's thumb fist abruptly pointed at self followed by two fingers toward eyes)
7.) Numbers (Numbers
are designated in flashes; five fingers flashed to a fist and back open
would be '10'. Large numbers such as 55 are designated by five fingers
open, arm falls down toward ground and back up to an open five fingers,
'55')

8.) Person (two fingers pointing down completing a walking motion)
9.) Animal (whole hand makes pawing motion, fingers extend and retract while wrist makes undulating motion)
10.) Individual Conceal (this
signal begins with a short side to side wave of four open fingers to
designate following sign as 'IMPORTANT', the sign itself is a tight
fist, palm down, moving down and opening at the same time, as if
something were dispersing into the soil)

11.) Scatter (just
like the Individual Conceal signal but opening upward.) This signal
should only be used when there is a pre-designated rally point outside
the immediate, particular area occupied.

12.) Come On Line (this
is the Group Move Out signal followed by an abrupt opening of the
fingers, whole signal repeats twice). Team members receiving this
signal are to approach the lead observer and flank both sides at an
appropriate (pre designated) interval.


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PostSubject: Re: Hand Signal   Hand Signal EmptyWed Sep 05, 2007 1:24 pm

Thanks Krap for Posting.Print ka rin ng 1-copy para diyan sa Shop.
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PostSubject: Re: Hand Signal   Hand Signal EmptyWed Sep 05, 2007 2:52 pm

krapp, paki post din ung mga different kinds of firing, gaya ng suppressive firing, covering fire, etc... etc...tnx
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PostSubject: Re: Hand Signal   Hand Signal EmptyWed Sep 05, 2007 2:56 pm

Copy Sir Dods And Sir Yobskie Search Ako Ulit Maya.
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PostSubject: Re: Hand Signal   Hand Signal EmptyWed Sep 05, 2007 9:48 pm

galing u krappy..more ..........please....very helppy....
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PostSubject: Re: Hand Signal   Hand Signal EmptyThu Sep 06, 2007 5:57 pm

Yan ung binigay ko kay krap nun e. hehe.
Eto mas OK.
http://petebevin.com/archives/signals.html
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PostSubject: Re: Hand Signal   Hand Signal EmptyThu Sep 06, 2007 9:17 pm

Stealth wrote:
Yan ung binigay ko kay krap nun e. hehe.
Eto mas OK.
http://petebevin.com/archives/signals.html

stealth magagamit mo kaya yan..kasi pag bumaon ka di ka gumagalaw ni pati ako di ko alam kung grass nga yung nakikita ko o ikaw nyahahahaahah Wink

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PostSubject: Re: Hand Signal   Hand Signal EmptyTue Oct 09, 2007 5:50 pm

buhayin ang thread na ito... Ü
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PostSubject: Re: Hand Signal   Hand Signal EmptyMon Nov 19, 2007 10:36 am

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PostSubject: Re: Hand Signal   Hand Signal EmptyMon Nov 19, 2007 10:43 am

Stealth wrote:
Yan ung binigay ko kay krap nun e. hehe.
Eto mas OK.
http://petebevin.com/archives/signals.html

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