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The OV-10 pictures reminded me of a very good book (wish I can remember the name, couldn't find it on Amazon) by a OV-10 pilot. Used a grease pencil to write, on the windshield, the pertinent info (flight numbers/call signs, fuel load, ordnance & etc) because once the shooting started there was no time to look anywhere but out the window.
The stress of putting the smoke in the proper location when you can't see the location of the unit being overrun. The colonel (in the command ship) was yelling to drop the smoke here, while the solider was yelling drop it in a completely different location and while the F4s are down to a bomb each and 2 minutes of fuel.
Long story short, nothing like being the middle man.