run from cover to cover and don't try to skip any, I don't think there's enough time. it can be kind of hard to distinguish what's cover, but if you look for soldiers (good guys)shooting at the enemy, they're always near cover. So just run to the nearest soldiers in between enemy attacks. You can see the enemy on the hill in the distance; right after you see all the little flashes from their guns, they will be reloading, so run to the next cover.
Watch the redcoats. You will see them all fire at one time (watch for the blasts from their rifles) and then run to the next cover (Don't skip any of the covers). It get's too confusing trying to listen to the shouts, or at least I thought so.
This isn't as hard as it looks. Get behind the second barrier and watch. See how you'll see a whole wave of gunfire? There's some constant gunfire at the front of the line, and then there will be gunfire that lights up all of the British side of the field.
Move -immediately- after the wave of gunfire on the British side of the field.
It gets easier to tell when you get behind the third barrier. Watch the barrier this time. You can see the bullets ricocheting off the rock. Then watch the hill. This is where you can see it clearer, that the bullets appear -each- time the entire British armies' guns go off, not just the front row.
Gamertag is Madigari, for both Xbox 360 and PSN. Of all the things I've lost, I miss my originality the most.