It’s a good discussion. The footage is available, doctrine is available etc. Some back and forth is expected and open to debate.
As has been said, having knowledge of ACM is one thing, it’s much more difficult to put into practice which is clearly evident.
Regardless of various types of mutual support contracts that develop and are constantly modified as the element progresses in their training; leaving a bandit unmonitored despite of having spacial awareness (which only equates to time, the amount of time you have before the unmonitored bandit could pose a threat from a particular hemisphere, after he slung himself out of the fight temporarily) is a gamble.
If an element’s tactical choices agree to gambling on particular aspects of their contract, then that’s a risk they’re willing to take.
Whether this risk is refutable or not can be defined in discussion surely, but to implement that refutation in the 3D simulator is not such an easy task in many cases.