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Post by Mist » Wed Nov 27, 2019 6:23 pm

Hello everyone
I actually don't remember how I found this forum but after surfing around some time as a guest I decided to make an account. I was fascinated when I first visited the board and I'm interested in stealth and night ops but didn't know that it was such a thing. I also did some "wannabe" ops after surfing on the forum and in the book section to train a bit :)

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Post by Xanatos » Wed Nov 27, 2019 8:25 pm

Hi there. Looking to start opping? How much experience do you have? Opping incorporates a wide range of skills from observation, agility, tactics, knowledge & use of equipment, etc. You probably know more than you realise.
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Post by Mist » Thu Nov 28, 2019 9:34 pm

I did some walking around my town at night and tried to stay undetected but I would like to practice it a bit more

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Post by Xanatos » Fri Nov 29, 2019 1:20 pm

That's what I usually recommend for first timers; get a general feel of the night, the sights & sounds, how light & shadow play against each other and eventually when you work up the courage you can try 'infiltrating' something proper. Could be a park at night or a parking structure or something otherwise innocuous, but it's a start. Once you learn to move undetected, there's no difference between walking down the street and infiltrating Area 51 (besides the obvious). The principles of stealth remain the same.
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