Not on my recommendation (I wouldn't know whether a tractor or dinky toy tyre was suitable for a Citation or not) but on the incumbent Captain's, who when I innocently asked during a Quarterly Business Report meeting whether it would be capable of taking our VP out of the mine site to any nearby airstrip for safety in the event of unhappiness at the Mauritania mine, responded that it would probably not be. Thoughtful expression on the VP's mug. A few days later, it was flown back to Shitkickersville in Canada for a major upgrade of the landing gear, to include big rubber, bouncy springs and fück-off shocks. It reappeared a couple of weeks later, looking a bit wobbly, but good to get me direct to Kumasi from Las Palmas, instead of a round-trip through Europe to Ghana on commercial airlines. So dreary, dear.
Might still end up trying to dig it out under fire if it's not a Twotter. Doesn't have massive range but will get you out of the shit when needed.