So I said the same in the first post as the second, so no contradictions here: I'm saying stand and fight if you can. Do your reasonable best to win if it's at all possible. Or, if not, try to get to safety. And that was the outline of the second post – no contradictions. Where you are coming unstuck is just the nature of the definition of running away, on which we differ, and it's always alright to 'agree to disagree', that's a given in any debate. All I was doing was pointing at that, in my opinion, there is a clear difference between 'running to a safe area' in order to try and survive, and 'running to one-shotters to suicide'.
Secondly, never at any point did I say it was cool to 'ask for an airstrike at a map point'.