Some recoveries are way more involved than others. From left to right, the TJ has used a long strap to anchor its winch line to a rock, allowing the use of a snatch block for more pulling power and a straighter pull. The winch line of the TJ is positioned on the low-side of the roll bar to help pull the rolled Jeep up onto its wheels. The YJ in the center is providing additional pulling power to aid the TJ's line. The Scout at right is hooked to the Jeep's front bumper and is keeping just enough tension to keep the Jeep from sliding backwards as it's winched onto its wheels. In a situation like this, strong coordination and concentration are required and it's imperative that the recovery is directed by only one person. Having several folks yelling stuff out only muddies the waters and leads to accidents. Pick a recovery leader and then shut up.