In all seriousness, I was recently taught the basic peel and introduced to the Aussie Peel and it's a shame more people don't know them since they seem like an effective way to pull back from an ambush or other attack.
I hope most people get familiar with the peel,because it could be another squad tactic the Squad leads can use without confusion.
It's really not complicated at all, and chances are you've probably seen it done before,but it might be a little tricky to find the right speed to do it properly when the pressure is on....(yes I know,that's what she said)
I would like to see how effective the peel tactic can be on the attack as well.It seems like it could act as a good counter flanking maneuver.
I honestly never noticed that: usually when I "suppress" an AI is simply because I failed to take into account the range or the wind (I missed), or I am using a high-capacity weapon (like the SAW), and I never felt that the AI aiming skill was impaired, but if that is the case, then suppression and volume of fire would be much more useful than I thought.
Had never even heard the term "Aussie peel" before so took a little Googling, but yeah, the center peel (as it is otherwise often called) is a lovely maneuver when lacking firepower to use instant fire superiority as ambush reaction!