[HOT] [talk-ph] Panay Mapping
markcupitt at gmail.com
Fri Dec 13 15:13:16 UTC 2013
We will take what ever we can get, anything is very welcome
Our current Mission Status is as follows:
1. Aerial Recon Done, LZ's difficult, amount of relief goods probably too
much anyway, most sites will probably be done by land transport (Army
2. We are trying to identify the most efficient way to do the deliveries,
hence the efforts I puting today overlaying OSM on our old topos.
3. We are starting to consolidate goods in our IloIlo staging area. We
also prep them in individual packages per family. At most two days before
launch on a mission.
4. Depending on the final mission routing, we may pre-stage at Roxas or go
direct. We need to coordinate with the Military for Trucks and Security as
some areas have been identified as potentially hostile.
Our key interests are
1. Correctly identifying the locations marked,
2. Identifying if there are any other locations not on our mission,
especially on N-NE side of hills and valleys that open to the N-NE (Upwind
side of Typhoon)
3. Identifying how we can get in there with trucks or possible LZ's for a
Huey Chopper or two.
"If we change the world, let it bear the mark of our intelligence"
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On Fri, Dec 13, 2013 at 11:02 PM, Andrew Buck <andrew.r.buck at gmail.com>wrote:
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> I am going to have a go at mapping here too. I just did ~200
> buildings and I am doing a rive right now. I will check the gpx
> points in a bit here. What is your estimated timeline for the
> mission? I am wondering in what detail we should go into on this.
> There is a lot of Bing imagery covering the area so spotting landing
> sites should be fairly easy as there area lot of fields and whatnot there.
> Also, I am on mumble now, it would be good to get everyone on there to
> - -AndrewBuck
> On 12/13/2013 08:50 AM, Mark Cupitt wrote:
> > Pierre
> > If it helps, here is a gpx file with the points we are considering
> > for the next missions. They were taken off topo paper maps, so the
> > accuracy is not great. They should all be identifyable hamlets,
> > villages, etc, it would be great if we could get a more precise
> > location.
> > Thanks
> > mark
> > Regards
> > Mark Cupitt
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