After another 30 second wait and another re-spawn in, I decide to try something new. I move to the flank using the hills for cover while I keep my men on a defensive line, protecting our base. I move through the foliage in prone position and overlook the open danger area once again.
This time I see the complete enemy team, all four of them moving across the open area towards my base and my men. I first consider taking a shot or two, but at this distance, I may miss and cause unwanted attention to myself.
I then form and execute another plan. I order my men, using the map and move command menu, up closer to the enemy; I order “danger close” so they stay low and engage on contact.
This is just what I wanted. I hear the sounds of the battle begin and that is my cue. I jump up from my flanking position and make a beeline dash to the objective. Once again, I capture the enemy flag. I hear my soldiers report that they “got one”, that means in 30 seconds they will be re-spawning somewhere near me. I jump into a nearby enemy vehicle; the enemy flag pokes out of the vehicles back like a giant “shoot me here” sign.