While speed and accuracy are the key components of success in the competition, another main focus is the ability of teams to communicate and transform that capability into coordinated assaults.
The "Vehicle Assault" competition tested a team's ability to work together to take out multiple targets in a chaotic environment.
Mimicking an attack on the motorcade of escorted government officials, team members were required to move rapidly, completing this course in under one minute, moving against numerous targets simultaneously, engaging the attackers while at the same time protecting victims of the attack.
With entire six-person teams moving together for this operation, it required effective communication and coordination to simultaneously take out the enemy while protecting innocent. Scoring was based on accuracy, time, and the number of targets hit, with penalties for missed shots and any "collateral damage."