So my AI team mates are shouting about targets bearings, but all I have is a cardinal compass and an O'clock indicator. Am I missing something?
surly targets should be identified by one means only. i.e. when infantry in urban environment, use "enemy rifleman, 12 O'clock/front, close/far" but when flying and you actually have a bearing compass, then use "target, bearing 078, 600 meters"
Oh, and before some kid gives me a lesson on how a compass works, I know how bearings and cardinal headings relate, but I hate whipping out a compass each time my AI team mate refers to an enemy on a bearing.
What is used in real combat, and do we have the same indicating equipment? I would be interested in the actual military procedures used for threat direction and ranging.