The tactical need for greater individual and unit
dispersion in warfare increases the possibility that your
unit may be temporarily isolated from friendly forces.
Experience shows this temporary isolation is fairly
common and normal in both conventional warfare and
counterinsurgency operations. For example, enemy
action may cause relocation of adjacent units so you lose
immediate contact with friendly forces; a sudden
massing of guerrilla forces may isolate your unit in a
guerrilla-controlled area; or as a member of a patrol
operating in an enemy area, you may become separated
from your patrol and find yourself alone or with a small
group. If you do become isolated, you and your group
or unit must still try to accomplish your assigned
mission. After you complete your mission, your primary
task is to rejoin friendly forces.
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