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I don’t think they’re tracking. ” “But if he doesn’t have the goats, then he attracts attention. ” S-2 made the call; clearly it didn’t go well. At the frustration point, the colonel took over. “This is Colonel Laidlaw. ” The colonel saw McCoy: thirty-five, redheaded, from Alabama, the ops chief’s right-hand boy, a former Delta commando. “Look, McCoy, I’ve got a sniper way out on a limb and six bad boys moving in on him. ” “We’re watching it even now, Colonel. ” “That’s it. Look, I want to put a Hellfire blast-and-frag from a drone into those guys before they get much closer or before they separate too far for one strike.
The satellites told the chip where it was and the transmitter told the world what the satellite told the chip. This simplified the problematic issue of target acquisition and identification and meant that when the satellite was in range, it could eyeball the guys the whole way. But Whiskey 2-2 didn’t know this and both S-2 and Colonel Laidlaw felt a little uneasy about it. It was, in effect, spying on their own men without permission, as if an issue of trust was involved. The colonel justified it by telling himself it was necessary in the case of an emergency evac, if Lance Corporal Skelton, hurt or killed, couldn’t get to his radio and sing out coordinates.
Mr. Mac—” “He’s gone to earth for the night. I saw him on the big screen just a few minutes ago. I can give you his exact coordinates, to the meter. I can get you close enough to smell the goats. You’ll find him conked out. Get up close, shoot him about a thousand times, and get the hadjis to get you out of there. ” Mick got out his pen and notebook and wrote down the exact mathematics of the sniper’s location. “Bogier, get this done. ” “Yes, sir,” said Mick, hating the asshole, and then he closed down the transmit.