...on low profile swampfoxes (or would that be classified as light vehicle)?
No question that I qualify as a light weight, but for sure not high profile. So I usually just sneak on up anyway, unless it's really, really bad.
I assume an airborne Swampfox would always alight nimbly on his feet.
A few days ago an airborne swampfox landed not so nimbly on one knee and an outstretched hand. The instructors at Ft. Benning would have been less than pleased.
It can be said that there is at least one advantage to be had from a slightly protruding belly, something I think is lacking in most swampfoxes I know.