Tactical operating procedures: covering your partner in a combat scenario.
Cover me literally means to give suppressive fire (shoot at, but indirectly) at the attackers to aid a partner. This is usually used to help the partner when they are reloading, trying to move up to another spot, or to distract the enemies as part of the team flanks the enemy. Suppressive five is used to force the enemies to take cover, as bullets have a very high stopping power, in laments terms these bullets have a lot of force. With this incredible stopping power, if the bullets impact a hard surface, when a person is next to said surface, they may begin to feel hazy and discombobulated from the force released from the bullet. I can drone on and on about this, but to conclude this, the term “Cover me” literally means to help me out by adding suppressive fire to the assailants.