Originally Posted by Kelb_Panthera
"4 o'clock, high" gets said, heard, and processed faster than, "Look out behind you, to your left, and above you." It also avoids confusion...
I'd understand "4 o'clock, high" to mean somewhere to my right, not my left. I'm confused.
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