There's an interesting video of an IED team getting ambushed in an agricultural area north of Baghdad at the Jawa Report as seen through the imager of a long-range surveillance device tracking them from about 2,300 meters. The IED team consisted of a digger and a lookout, supported by lookout and logistics vehicles, a sedan and a pickup, which were probably providing uproad and downroad surveillance. The entire process of digging is followed by a long range surveillance system positioned northeast of the IED team until the support vehicles return. And then the digging team is taken under crew-served weapons fire from the southeast, killing one. The other flees, but the video footage skips forward a half hour and the other IED team member is seen being escorted back to a couple of Humvees a prisoner. The implication is that both support vehicles might have been netted as well, though this is far from certain.
What is really eerie about the sequence is how the IED team, despite their precautions, remains unaware of both the watcher (who remains on station throughout) and the shooters, plus the blocking team which picked up the runner and brought him back as prisoner. One moment the IED team is relaxed; you can almost sense the relief at having gotten so far without being being detected. And the next second there is blind panic.