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Know when to back off with your research and recon efforts.
The Federation and Klingon ships quickly engage in open warfare anyway, and Georgiou and Burnham soon reconcile and go on a recon mission on board a Klingon vessel (where Georgiou is killed in action).
With the last recon data in for #Harvey, it can be seen slowing to a crawl near the coast.
Cersei is about as smart as Jon, who this season has cost Daenerys a dragon in service of the silliest recon mission ever, and in return won her exactly zero more troops to fight the White Walkers with.
And these ladies know their stuff, too: Shugarts, a former Marine who enlisted in the waning days of the first Gulf War, apparently did recon on the area.
Whoever can operate their warplanes with impunity enjoys critical advantages, including providing close air support for ground troops, having secure supply lines, and getting real time recon on enemy troops and aircraft.
Colonel Reyes was a big black man who'd been a recon marine in Syria and Venezuela, before moving into hot work in the Sahel and then Chihuahua, before finally dropping into his current plush job with the Nevada guardies.
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