Augustus did not take the scolding well as his teeth clicked over each other as their sergeant laid into them. It was a momentary lapse in thought, but one in which Augustus understood he was wrong in a slight degree. Augustus spoke, not in objection, but merely wishing to express his thought process, "Of course, Sergeant. I was merely trying to make an observation and prepare based off what we currently know -until- we reached the objective." After the discussion was finished and the squad pushed onward, Augustus kept the topic in mind. Pride aside, every mistake was a chance to grow and Augustus had a large gap to fill. Looking at the three avenues of approach, Augustus knew this was going to be a struggle to defend. Looking to the others, Augustus voiced his opinion on a plant out loud, "Not counting Kalydos whom is working on the door, we have six bodies to defend with. It seems logical to have two of us per avenue to hold this intersection. If one point becomes a struggle, one can pull from another to position to maintain control."