Commander Shepard receives a fragmented distress call from a medical ship which has crashed on an inhospitable planet.
You can and probably should do this assignment fighting entirely from inside the Mako, but if you're determined to fight on foot for bonus XP bring plenty of tech abilities to deal with geth.
This assignment is fairly straight forward. Upon landing on Metgos, the distress call is coming from the south of the landing zone. When you get closer to the crashed medical ship, one of the squad warns that they have a bad feeling about it. When the Mako gets close to the vessel, two Geth Armatures, three Geth Rocket Troopers, and two Geth Rocket Drones ambush the Mako.
Note: If the Mako is too close it will trigger an anti-tank mine hidden in the debris.
Tip: It can be difficult to aim at the Geth Rocket Drones using the Mako's primary gun, but if you aim the big secondary gun at the ground underneath them, they will take considerable damage from the explosion.
If the shields on the Mako go down, get out of combat fast, but be warned that the drones and Rocket Troopers will chase you, so get some distance. This can also be used to lure the geth infantry away from their walking tanks, making them much easier to deal with.
The assignment is completed once all of the geth are destroyed.
- The squad warning saying they had a bad feeling about it, followed by some members saying "It's a trap!", are both a nod to the Star Wars franchise. The phrase "I have a bad feeling about this..." is used in multiple movies, and "It's a trap!" is a famous quote by the character Admiral Ackbar.