Your services are required once again Agent G. O. Cache to help us retrieve some important data before the MLF (Muggles Liberation Front) get their hands on it.
Our chief test pilot, Ivor Joystick, has been testing the new cachemobile (plans of which are attached to this mission brief), which is capable of flight to help get to those FTF's faster.
Unfortunetly he experienced problems while flying over the South Cambridgeshire area and had to bail out. Just before he ejected (well opened the door and jumped out) he had the piece of mind to release the Filght Data recorder (as seen below).
The Filght Data Recorder
He managed to disguise the FDR (Flight Data Recorder) by wrapping it in its camouflage parachute and then hide it, but then while making his way to safety he ran into an MLF patrol. As he was manhandled into a waiting vehicle he threw the FDR locator into the hedgeline. We know approximately where he threw it and this is where you come in Agent G. O. Cache.
You do not need to find the locator as Ivor managed to turn it on. All you need to do is get in the general area of the locator with your standard issue Chirp detection kit and the locator will send you the location of the FDR.
The whole cachemobile project has been beset with problems ever since it was started some years ago. At one point the plans got leaked onto the internet and a film production company actually used it in a series of wizard based films. The only good to come out of that foul up was valuable flight characteristic data.
Anyway Agent G.O. Cache you need to locate the FDR as soon as possible and retrieve the data stored within it before the MLF.
As with all Geocaching missions, agent G.O.Cache, stealth and speed are essential. These locations will almost certainly be patrolled by the MLF, some with dogs and others will be mounted.
Good Luck and God Save the Queen. I look foward to your full report on your return, should you make it.
The cache is a camouflaged Ammo box and contains the usual log book, pen/pencil and swaps.
The chirp has a battery life of about a year - so if any one has problems around March to May then please let me know.
Please note that you will need a GPS unit that is capable of pairing with the Chirp to find this cache. For those who do not have the correct technology - report to Q division as soon as possible or find the co-ordinates in the multicache - 'This Way or That'