I would circle low, he would use binoculars, a map and some other items to send back specific data to his unit. The Engr unit could then accurately plan the days work of repairing the route. The convoy commander could be notified as to when he could depart and not get held up on the MSR while a bigger than estimated hole was being repaired.
It all sounded logical. When an Engineer wasn't available we would fly the mission anyway and tell their headquarters how many big holes and how many little holes and where they were.
Seemed to work okay. My main issue this was before I realized that a person could get hurt doing this , was to convince the Engr of the day to help me in my made up mission of securing enemy personnel for interrogation. We would conclude our road mission at Tay Ninh and prepare to come home. I would explain that we periodically needed to recon the Cambodian border on our way back and possibly pick up suspects.
Most were okay with the low level recon of the Border, but not the Stickem Up physically capture people. The first guy that I got to buy into that was really gung ho and seemed happy to be doing something more like war than estimating hole sizes. However, he did seem more concerned about my nicking the tops of trees with my skids at high speeds than he was with looking for enemy.
I spotted a group trying to hide in the brush and did a return to target maneuver and flushed them out. Upon landing the Engineer, in the right seat, was away from the group; My 12 gauge shot gun was trained out the left side on the group. It took a while for the Engr to get is stomach settled from the unearthly landing procedure. That caused a very long pause.
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Government control of the Ministry is shown in the way that the Daily Prophet appears to pressure the government and go around official sources, and several people in Harry 's circles feel that the Ministry of Magic "leans heavily" on Prophet. In other instances, the Daily Prophet has misleading journalism — information that, while accurate in fact, leads readers to the wrong conclusion.
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