The first little comment is just plain rude and sarcastic, so I will not reply further to it.
The second part...no. Simply put, they are not the same. The team moves-to-contact, Once visual contact is made, the team will then move into the opposition's line of advance and cut them off. The difference is that I know where the enemy is and how he will move. Sitting around and waiting for the enemy is camping. Moving aggressively to contact (skillfully and carfully, but aggressively) and then intercepting and interdicting the enemy is not camping.