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16th
Apr
2018

Operation Harvest Red Week 2

OPERATION ORDER

MAP: Chenarus 

DATE: 21/04/2018

Operation Name: Harvest Red

Terrain: Urban city, forests, hills

Weather: Clear Sies

Forecast:  Clear

Starting Time: 1900

Starting Position: South Airfield

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Situation:

USMC forces have been able to prevent the total destruction of the CDF and now established a foothold and also moved their base of operations to the newly captured airfield from where AAC will now operate its assets from. Now the CDF have asked for the US forces to assist in their advance north to take the nearby villages up in the hills to ensure that we do not get attacked by artillery/mortars. Our job is to make sure the CDF can complete their new objective, see below for details

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Briefing:

We have identified 2 locations from where we think the chadaki have taken up ambush positions in order to intercept the CDF which will be on their way to Kozlovka to re-take the town. US forces must go as soon as possible to the 2 ambush locations and clear them of any threat before the CDF move though them. We cannot wait for long as the CDF commander of the troops appears to be impatient so move as soon as you are ready. Once the CDF have moved though the area they will begin their assault which then the AAC will step in to help the CDF in anyway they can in order to take the town back, we bealive the forces there will have tanks/apcs so these should be priority targets. 

The ground forces also must take out the AAA position to allow the AAC to fly freely to provide maximum support otherwise things will get very hard. Once this is done we can then move to help the CDF take control of our final objective Zelenogorsk. 

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Infantry Task Force:

Task 1: Move from the airfield to clear the 2 ambush points before CDF pass though

Task 2: Take out the AAA at the AAA site

Task 3: Secure the town of Zelenogorsk

USMC AAC:


Task 1: Support the CDF assault on the town of Kozlovka 

Task 2: Avoid the AAA site till the ground forces destroy it

Task 3: Support the platoon as requested and be wary of any air based attacks which the chadaki may respond with 

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15
9th
Apr
2018

Operation: Bite & Hold (Remake)

14/04/18

Operation: Bite & Hold

Situation

During the winter months, CSAT captured most of the island of Altis. International pressure enforced a shaky seize fire. It is now spring, and the AAF have had considerable time to build up their forces.

On a rainy morning, AAF mechanised forces counter attack. Their objective is to gain a foothold in Pyrgos against superiour CSAT formations.

Enemy Forces

CSAT maintains a significant troop presence on the island. Due to economic sanctions and blockades, enemy forces and garrison troops field mostly outdated kit.

CSAT ground troops are supported by their air force.

CSAT air space is safeguarded by numerous AAA and SPAA.

CSAT have had much time to fortify their positions. Having set up solid defensive positions, the enemy will be able to reinforce their troops with ease. However, CSAT is unable to keep their impressive army supplied indefinitely.

Mission

3rd Platoon AAF Mechanised Grenadiers will perform a counter attack on CSAT’s Southern flank. The main objective of the operation is to seize a foot hold in Pyrgos and defend it against any CSAT attempts to recapture the city in its entirety. At mission time +03:00h, 3rd Plt must hold Line Red at the very least.

The best possible outcome for AAF forces in this mission is to capture Pyrgos in its entirety and defend it against any CSAT attempt to recapture any part of it.

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Tasking - 1-1

Phase 1

-Reconnoitre Southern Fortifications

-Destroy heavy weapon emplacements

-Capture and destroy CSAT Supply depot at Port Storage

-Establish Line Red

-Optional: Establish defensive positions at Line Red

-Optional: Take Prisoners

 

Phase 2

 

-Capture and destroy CSAT AAA Strongpoint

-Establish Line Orange

-Optional: Establish defensive positions at Line Orange

-Optional: Take Prisoners

 

Phase 3

-Capture CSAT HQ. Enemies willing to surrender must be taken prisoner and extracted from the city immediately.

-Destroy Central Fortifications

-Hold at limit of advance Line Green

-Establish defensive positions at Line Green until relieved

 

Tasking - AAC

Note: Collateral damage is a concern. Cultural heritage sites (Castle ruins, Pyrgos Cathedral) and administrative structures (HQ) must remain intact.

 

Continuous

-Maintain air superiority

-Assist with ISTARS and CAS

-Provide logistical assistance (MEDEVAC, resupply, reinforcements, prisoner extraction)

-Attach Hammer call sign to 1-1 if attendance permits

 

Phase 1

-Search and destroy AA immediately North of Pyrgos

-Assist with the destruction of Southern Fortifications

 

Phase 2

-Create a supply dump at Point Cup

 

Phase 3

-Extract 1-1 from Point Cup

 

Logistics and Support

Ground

2x Pandur II IFV

1x BTR-90 IFV

1x BMP-2 IFV

1x Fennek HMG

1x Fennek MHQ unarmed

 

Air

2x Gripen

4x AV-8J Harrier II

3x AW159J Wildcat

1x AW101 Merlin

 

1x Service Station

2x Rearming Missile Carrier

 

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Signed Filth

 

9
6th
Apr
2018

Battle for the Falklands - Week 4

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OPERATION ORDER

MAP: Malden

DATE: 07/04/18 19:00 UTC

Operation Name: The Fall Of Stanley

Terrain: Small Towns, Mountains, Ridges, Open Ground, Airfield

Weather: Light Rain, Storm

Forecast: Light Rain, Storm

Starting Time: 0830 hours

Starting Position: Wideawake Airfield

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History:

On the night of 11 June, after several days of painstaking reconnaissance and logistic build-up, British forces launched a brigade-sized night attack against the heavily defended ring of high ground surrounding Stanley. Units of 3 Commando Brigade, supported by naval gunfire from several Royal Navy ships, simultaneously attacked in the Battle of Mount Harriet, Battle of Two Sisters, and Battle of Mount Longdon. Mount Harriet was taken at a cost of 2 British and 18 Argentine soldiers. At Two Sisters, the British faced both enemy resistance and friendly fire, but managed to capture their objectives. The toughest battle was at Mount Longdon. British forces were bogged down by assault rifle, mortar, machine gun, artillery fire, sniper fire, and ambushes. Despite this, the British continued their advance.

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Briefing:

Having secured Sapper Hill, Douglas wouldn't fall so easily and the Argentine forces have managed to hold their ground. The Argentine forces have set up a strong hold on the southern side of Douglas. This mission continues from where it ended last week and we will need to continue completing the objectives. The main objective in Operation Mikado is to secure the airfield.

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Infantry Task Force:

Task 1: Insert via designated DZ and Secure Green Patch

Task 2: Secure Fizroy ( Red, Green, Yellow) Sectors

Task 3: Secure Yorke Bay (Red, Yellow, Green) Sectors

Task 4: Secure Mount Tumbledown

Task 5: Secure Stanley (Red, Yellow, Purple, Green, Blue) Sectors

RAF:

Task 1: S&D Air Defences - continuous!

Task 2: Insert Squad Green Patch DZ (will require fast rope or for Troops to disembark into shallow water - Pilots discretion)

Task 3: More Incoming

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Ribbon:

Battle for the Falklands

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Requirements: 75% Attendance

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Equipment:

4x Harrier GR.9J
4x AV-8J Harrier ll
4x CH-47J Troop Transport
4x Lynx

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Signed Staff Sergeant R4IDER

17
23rd
Mar
2018

Battle for the Falklands - Week 3.5

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OPERATION ORDER

MAP: Malden

DATE: 24/03/18 19:00 UTC

Operation Name: Mikado Part 2

Terrain: Small Towns, Mountains, Ridges, Open Ground, Airfield

Weather: Full Overcast Heavy Rain, Sea Mist

Forecast: Full Overcast Heavy Rain, Sea Mist

Starting Time: 0830 hours

Starting Position: Douglas Purple Sector

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History:

The Guards were sent to support an advance along the southern approach to Stanley. On 2 June, a small advance party of 2 Para moved to Swan Inlet house in a number of Army Westland Scout helicopters. Telephoning ahead to Fitzroy, they discovered that the area was clear of Argentines and (exceeding their authority) commandeered the one remaining RAF Chinook helicopter to frantically ferry another contingent of 2 Para ahead to Fitzroy (a settlement on Port Pleasant) and Bluff Cove (a settlement on Port Fitzroy).

This uncoordinated advance caused great difficulties in planning for the commanders of the combined operation, as they now found themselves with a 30 miles (48 km) string of indefensible positions on their southern flank. Support could not be sent by air as the single remaining Chinook was already heavily oversubscribed. The soldiers could march, but their equipment and heavy supplies would need to be ferried by sea.

Plans were drawn up for half the Welsh Guards to march light on the night of 2 June, whilst the Scots Guards and the second half of the Welsh Guards were to be ferried from San Carlos Water in the Landing Ship Logistics (LSL) Sir Tristram and the landing platform dock (LPD) Intrepid on the night of 5 June. Intrepid was planned to stay one day and unload itself and as much of Sir Tristram as possible, leaving the next evening for the relative safety of San Carlos. Escorts would be provided for this day, after which Sir Tristram would be left to unload using a Mexeflote (a powered raft) for as long as it took to finish.

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Briefing:

Having secured Sapper Hill, Douglas wouldn't fall so easily and the Argentine forces have managed to hold their ground. The Argentine forces have set up a strong hold on the southern side of Douglas. This mission continues from where it ended last week and we will need to continue completing the objectives. The main objective in Operation Mikado is to secure the airfield.

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Infantry Task Force:

Task 1: Secure Douglas (Yellow) Zone

Task 2: Secure Foam Creek (Purple, Red, Green, Yellow) Zones

Task 3: Secure Wideawake Airfield (Red, Green) Zones

Task 4: Secure Green Patch

Task 5: Secure Fitzroy (Red, Green, Yellow) Zones

RAF:

Task 1: The Argentine Air Force has suffered mass losses over the last week however sporadic low attitude attacks are still being carried out, provide air support for the British aircraft carriers to protect them from Argentine jets - continuous!

Task 2: Support Royal Marines assault 

Task 3: S&D Air Defences - continuous!

Task 4: Transport Royal Marines from Wideawake Airfield to DZ near Green Patch (will require fast rope or for Troops to disembark into shallow water - Pilots discretion)

Task 5: Move Supplies / Aircraft to Wideawake Airfield once secured

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Ribbon:

Battle for the Falklands

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Requirements: 75% Attendance

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Equipment:

4x Harrier GR.9J
4x AV-8J Harrier ll
4x CH-47J Troop Transport
4x Lynx

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Signed Staff Sergeant R4IDER

7
16th
Mar
2018

Battle for the Falklands - Week 3

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OPERATION ORDER

MAP: Malden

DATE: 17/03/18 19:00 UTC

Operation Name: Mikado

Terrain: Small Towns, Mountains, Ridges, Open Ground, Airfield

Weather: Slight Overcast Moderate Rain

Forecast: Full Overcast Heavy Rain

Starting Time: 0330 hours

Starting Position: Mount Harriet

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History:

The Guards were sent to support an advance along the southern approach to Stanley. On 2 June, a small advance party of 2 Para moved to Swan Inlet house in a number of Army Westland Scout helicopters. Telephoning ahead to Fitzroy, they discovered that the area was clear of Argentines and (exceeding their authority) commandeered the one remaining RAF Chinook helicopter to frantically ferry another contingent of 2 Para ahead to Fitzroy (a settlement on Port Pleasant) and Bluff Cove (a settlement on Port Fitzroy).

This uncoordinated advance caused great difficulties in planning for the commanders of the combined operation, as they now found themselves with a 30 miles (48 km) string of indefensible positions on their southern flank. Support could not be sent by air as the single remaining Chinook was already heavily oversubscribed. The soldiers could march, but their equipment and heavy supplies would need to be ferried by sea.

Plans were drawn up for half the Welsh Guards to march light on the night of 2 June, whilst the Scots Guards and the second half of the Welsh Guards were to be ferried from San Carlos Water in the Landing Ship Logistics (LSL) Sir Tristram and the landing platform dock (LPD) Intrepid on the night of 5 June. Intrepid was planned to stay one day and unload itself and as much of Sir Tristram as possible, leaving the next evening for the relative safety of San Carlos. Escorts would be provided for this day, after which Sir Tristram would be left to unload using a Mexeflote (a powered raft) for as long as it took to finish.

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Briefing:

Having reached Mount Harriet we set up camp but only there is no rest for the wicked and Argentine forces carried out a small counter attack in hopes of pushing us away from Sapper Hill and more importantly objectives to the east. This mission takes place just 30 minutes after Operation Black Buck and in that time bad weather has started to roll in. The main objective in Operation Mikado is to secure the airfield.

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Infantry Task Force:

Task 1: Secure Sapper Hill

Task 2: Secure Douglas (Purple, Red, Green, Yellow) Zones

Task 3: Secure Foam Creek (Purple, Red, Green, Yellow) Zones

Task 4: Secure Wideawake Airfield (Red, Green) Zones

Task 5: Secure Green Patch

RAF:

Task 1: The Argentine Air Force has suffered mass losses over the last week however sporadic low attitude attacks are still being carried out, provide air support for the British aircraft carriers to protect them from Argentine jets - continuous!

Task 2: Support Royal Marines assault 

Task 3: S&D Air Defences - continuous!

Task 4: Transport Royal Marines from Wideawake Airfield to DZ near Green Patch (will require fast rope or for Troops to disembark into shallow water - Pilots discretion)

Task 5: Move Supplies / Aircraft to Wideawake Airfield once secured

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Ribbon:

Battle for the Falklands

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Requirements: 75% Attendance

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Equipment:

4x Harrier GR.9J
4x AV-8J Harrier ll
4x CH-47J Troop Transport
4x Lynx

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Signed Staff Sergeant R4IDER

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