I'm following you or I'm behind you; more broadly, I'll back you up/take your side. Also, "I'm on your six". Refers to the six o'clock position relative to the listener (behind).
Car Phone 1: Where are you? I don't see your car.
Car Phone 2: Look in your rearview mirror; I'm on your six.



Joe: Dude, I need some heavy backup for tomorrow's meeting!
Jack: Don't worry man; I got your six.
by CatMagic August 26, 2008

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