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OPORD: United Aid I


MISSION DTG: 18/11/17 1900hrs (BST)

OPORD: United Aid I

WEATHER: Overcast

FORECAST: Possible downpours

START DTG: 15/08/08 0900 Local 

START LOCATION: UN Logistics Centre, Western Chernarus


1: Mission Overview 

The situation in Chernarus has reached extreme levels and the UN have deployed security forces to the region.

Czech forces have landed at the main UN logistics hub and have been issued their UN equipment.

The company must now transit through the western Chernarus countryside towards the frontlines.


2: Specific Mission Parameters 

While the majority of the fighting is centred around the more heavily populated east of the country, separatist forces have moved west in an effort to perpetuate their ethic cleansing efforts against the Chernarussian population.

Golf Platoon will move south west along the MSR toward the front line, assisting other UN forces and civilians along the route as needed:


The platoon must stay flexible and adapt to anything that is thrown at them as they make their journey.


3: Intelligence 

The separatists are equipped with soviet off cast equipment and are not particularly well trained.

They do however know the terrain and will use this to their advantage.

UN forces have already prepared a supply depot on the MSR and the International Red Cross has set up an aid station nearby. You can get supplies from these places if needed.


4: Coordination 

Platoon Radio Net: 50.1 

Squad radio net as directed by COC.

Convoy radio net as directed by COC.


5: Logistics 

We have access to the following vehicles to take with us to the AO:

6x BMP-2

2x Merkava ARV

2x BMP-2 Ambulance


SnrAM Jason



This is an MHQ mission with no air support. The AAC will be deployed as "Anvil" in one or more of the ARVs. The AAC will be responsible for medical support, repair support for damaged vehicles and, if required, EOD support.

The ARVs can resupply and repair the vehicles so protect them, there are no replacements.

Personal resupply will be available only at the UN Supply Depot. You can either load up extra or fall back to the depot if needed. If the depot falls, so does your ammo supply.

Civilians and friendlies are confirmed in the AO. Look after them!

UN forces are wearing Blue helmets marked UN. Everything else should be considered hostile but PID your targets first.


OPORD: Road Block

MAP: Altis

Mission Date: 11/11/17

OPORD: Road Block

Terrain: Urban, City Outskirts

Weather: Overcast with slight fog

Forecast: Clearing slowly

Start DTG: 07/07/35 0500hrs

Starting Location: Altis International Airport, TF Eagle Camp



CSAT forces have landed on the north side of Altis claiming territorial ownership of the republic. Eastern Bloc countries of the old Warsaw Pact have all gone on record to state they recognise the CSAT claim to the island and no longer recognise Altis as an independent state.

NATO MEDFOR is still 18 hours away from a concentrated response. The US 506th Parachute Infantry, 101st Airborne are on Altis and must evacuate or risk imprisonment or obliteration. The main body of the Battalion will evacuate to Cyprus to regroup with MEDFOR. Easy Company with the assistance of VFA-27 Carrier Air Group will launch delaying actions on enemy columns across the AOR to break the cohesion of the enemy advance in preparation for the MEDFOR counter attack.

GOL Platoon will be responsible for delaying the enemy column currently closing on Kavala.



Brigade strength at least, spread over the island. We expect GOL Platoon to face at least a company, assisted by brigade level assets.


This is a concerted effort by CSAT to annex Altis, therefore enemy forces are regular army. We have sightings of air cover, armour, mechanised formations and foot mobiles.

Air Defense:

Battalion level Air Defense Assets are confirmed in theatre. Expect MANPADS, static AAA emplacements and mobile armoured AAA.



A. Objective Overview

Mission Intent:

The Platoon is to be paradropped by the last V-44 as it exits the island. The Platoon will run a fighting withdrawl in front of the enemy column, slowing it down and destroying as many elements as possible.

The Platoon must hold out for 2 hours at least until NATO reinforcements can arrive.

Ground Forces Task:

1. Slow the enemy column, destroying what you can, prioritising Air Defense Assets to enable VFA-27 to provide adequate air support.

2. Do not allow the column into Kavala itself or the Altean republic will capitulate.

3. Regroup with NATO reinforcements and join the assault on the enemy beachhead, stopping the invasion.

Air Corps Task:

1. Standard AAC support tasks - CASEVAC, ISTAR, CAS, RESUP.

2. Use the F/A-181s of VFA-27 to provide CAS in support of the main infantry effort.

3. Tactical relocation of infantry elements to support the NATO counter attack.

B. Intel Package

Map of AOR clearly displaying Drop Zone, Expected Enemy Route and Line of Maximum Retreat


C. Coordinating Instructions

Radio Frequencies

Platoon Net: 50.1

Air Coordination Net: 50.2

Air Corps Net: 50.3

Squad Level comms as directed by CoC

D. Materiel and Supply

Ground Elements:

2x HMG to be allocated to squad members

2x GMG to be allocated to squad members

1x Mortar to be carried by FAC


1x V-44 Blackfish Troop Transport

4x F/A-181 Wasp

2x UH-80 Ghosthawk

1x CH-47I Huron


SnrAM Jason


OPORD: Gothic Serpent

MAP: Takistan

Mission Date: 04/11/17

OPORD: Gothic Serpent

Terrain: Urban

Weather: Clear

Forecast: No change

Start DTG: 1530 3/10/93

Starting Location: UN compound at 049062



In September 1991, severe fighting broke out in Mogadishu, which continued in the following months and spread throughout the country, with over 20,000 people killed or injured by the end of the year. These wars led to the destruction of Somalia's agriculture, which in turn led to starvation in large parts of the country. The international community began to send food supplies to halt the starvation, but vast amounts of food were hijacked and brought to local clan leaders, who routinely exchanged it with other countries for weapons. An estimated 80 percent of the food was stolen. These factors led to even more starvation, from which an estimated 300,000 people died and another 1.5 million people suffered between 1991 and 1992. In July 1992, after a ceasefire between the opposing clan factions, the U.N. sent 50 military observers to watch the food's distribution.

In August 1992, U.S. President Bush announced that U.S. military transports would support the multinational U.N. relief effort in Somalia. Operation Provide Relief dispatched Ten C-130's and 400 people Kenya, airlifting aid to Somalia's remote areas. The C-130s delivered 48,000 tons of food and medical supplies in six months to international humanitarian organizations trying to help Somalia's more than three million starving people. When this proved inadequate to stop the massive death and displacement of the Somali people (500,000 dead and 1.5 million refugees or displaced), the U.S launched a major coalition operation to assist and protect humanitarian activities in December 1992. This operation, called Operation Restore Hope, saw the U.S. assuming the unified command in accordance with resolution 794. The U.S Marine Corps landed the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit in Mogadishu which secured nearly one-third of the city, the port, and airport facilities within two weeks, with the intent to facilitate airlifted humanitarian supplies.

At the Conference on National Reconciliation in Somalia, held on 15 March 1993, in Ethiopia, all fifteen Somali parties agreed to the terms set out to restore peace and democracy. Yet, by May it became clear that, although a signatory to the March Agreement, Mohammed Farrah Aidid's faction would not cooperate in the Agreement's implementation. Aidid ordered SNA militia to attack a Pakistani force on 5 June 1993. The result was 24 dead, and 57 wounded Pakistani troops, as well as 1 wounded Italian and 3 wounded American soldiers. On 6 June 1993, the U.N. Security Council passed resolution 837, for the arrest and prosecution of the persons responsible for the death and wounding of the peacekeepers. On 12 June, U.S. troops started attacking targets in Mogadishu in hopes of finding Aidid, a campaign which lasted until 16 June.

On 8 August 1993, Aidid's militia detonated a remote controlled bomb against a U.S. military vehicle, killing four soldiers. Two weeks later another bomb injured seven more. In response, U.S. President Clinton approved the proposal to deploy a special task force composed of 400 U.S. Army Rangers and Delta Force operators. This unit, named Task Force Ranger, deployed to Somalia on 22 August. The force consisted of:

  • B Company, 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment
  • C Squadron, 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta (1st SFOD-D)
  • A deployment package of 16 helicopters and personnel from the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (160th SOAR), which included MH-60 Black Hawks and AH/MH-6 Little Birds.
  • Navy SEALs from the Naval Special Warfare Development Group (DEVGRU)

On 21 September, Task Force Ranger captured Aidid's financier, Osman Ali Atto.

On Sunday 3 October 1993, Task Force Ranger attempted to capture Aidid's foreign minister Omar Salad Elmi and his top political advisor, Mohamed Hassan Awale. The plan was that Delta operators would assault the Olympic Hotel and secure the targets inside the building while four Ranger chalks would fast rope deploy to create a four-corner defensive perimeter around the building. Meanwhile a column of nine HMMWVs and three five-ton trucks would arrive at the building to take the entire assault team and their prisoners back to base. The entire operation was estimated to take no longer than 30 minutes.

The ground-extraction convoy was supposed to reach the captive targets a few minutes after the operation's beginning. However, it ran into delays. Somali citizens and local militia formed barricades along Mogadishu's streets with rocks, wreckage, rubbish and burning tires, blocking the convoy from reaching the Rangers and their captives. Further complications included Ranger Chalk 4 being inserted a full city block off target and more importantly Delta assaulting the wrong building initially.

At 15:42, the MH-6 assault Little Birds carrying the Delta operators hit the target, the wave of dust becoming so bad that one was forced to go around again and land out of position.

At about 16:20, one of the Black Hawk helicopters, callsign Super 61, was shot down by an RPG. Both pilots were killed in the resulting crash and two of the crew chiefs were severely wounded. SSG Daniel Busch and SGT Jim Smith, both Delta snipers, survived the crash and began defending the site.

An MH-6, callsign Star 41, landed nearby and the copilot left the helicopter and carried Busch to the safety of the Helo. SSG Busch later died of his injuries, being shot four times while defending the crash site. A CSAR team were able to fast rope down to Super 61's crash site despite an RPG hit that crippled their helicopter, Super 68. Despite the damage, Super 68 did make it back to base. The CSAR team found both the pilots dead and two wounded inside the crashed helicopter. Under intense fire, the team moved the wounded men to a nearby collection point, where they built a makeshift shelter using armor plates salvaged from Super 61's wreckage.

There was confusion between the ground convoy and the assault team. The assault team and the ground convoy waited for 20 minutes to receive their orders to move out. Both units were under the mistaken impression that they were to be first contacted by the other. During the wait, a second Black Hawk helicopter, callsign Super 64, was shot down by an RPG at around 16:40.

Most of the assault team went to the first crash site for a rescue operation. Upon reaching the site, about 90 Rangers and Delta Force operators found themselves under heavy fire. Despite air support, the assault team was effectively trapped for the night. At the second crash site, two Delta snipers, were inserted by Black Hawk Super 62. They inflicted heavy casualties on the approaching Somali mob. Super 62 had kept up support for MSG Gordon and SFC Shughart, but an RPG struck her. Despite the damage, Super 62 managed to go to the New Port and safety. When Gordon was eventually killed, Shughart picked up Gordon's CAR-15 and gave it to Super 64pilot CW3 Michael Durant. Shughart went back around the chopper's nose and held off the mob for about 10 more minutes before he was killed. The Somalis then overran the crash site and killed all but Durant. He was nearly beaten to death, but was saved when members of Aidid's militia came to take him prisoner.For their actions, MSG Gordon and SFC Shughart were posthumously awarded the medal of honour, the first awarded since the Vietnam.

A relief convoy with elements from the 10th Mountain Division, accompanied by Malaysian and Pakistani U.N. forces, arrived at the first crash site at around 02:00. No contingency planning or coordination with U.N. forces had been arranged prior to the operation; consequently, the recovery of the surrounded American troops was significantly complicated and delayed. When the convoy finally pushed into the city, it consisted of more than 100 U.N. vehicles including Malaysian forces' German made Condor APC's, four Pakistani tanks, American HMMWVs and several five-ton flatbed trucks. This two-mile-long column was supported by several other Black Hawks and Cobra assault helicopters stationed with the 10th Mountain Division. Meanwhile, Task Force Ranger's "Little Birds" continued their defense of Super 61's downed crew and rescuers.

The battle was over by 06:30 on Monday, 4 October. U.S. forces were finally evacuated to the U.N. base by the armored convoy. While leaving the crash site, a group of Rangers and Delta operators realized that there was no room left in the vehicles for them and were forced to depart the city on foot to a rendezvous point on National Street. This has been commonly referred to as the "Mogadishu Mile". U.S. forces suffered one casualty during the mile, hit by a bullet in the back.

In all, 18 U.S. soldiers were killed in action during the battle and another 73 were wounded in action.The Malaysian forces lost one soldier and had seven injured, while the Pakistanis suffered two injured. Somali casualties were heavy, with estimates on fatalities ranging from 315 to over 2,000 combatants. The Somali casualties were a mixture of militiamen and local civilians. Somali civilians suffered heavy casualties due to the dense urban character of that portion of Mogadishu.





Unconfirmed reports of over 1000 locally trained militia


Mainly foot mobile infantry armed with the usual african regional russian made weaponry

A diverse range of technicals have also been spotted in and around the city

Air Defense:

While there are no AAA threats in the traditional sense you can expect any local with something heavy enough will take a pot shot



A. Objective Overview

Mission Intent:

Assault the target building and arrest the 2 target Persons of Interest. Destruction of local militia is not a priority

Ground Forces Tasks:

1. Assault the target building, securing all inside

2. Extract all prisoners to the UN compound safely

3. Provide security to the LZ's to facilitate task 2

Air Corps Tasks:

1. Tactical insertion of strike elements

2. Safe extraction of prisoners and strike elements

3. Support tasks as requested

B. Intel Package

Target Building and LZs


Recon over flight from Super 64. (Note the smoke signals to inform militia of the choppers presence)


Intel photo of local militia "Officer" dress, we expect the POIs to be similarly dressed


C. Coordinating Instructions

Radio Frequencies

Platoon Net: 50.1

Air Coordination Net: 50.2

AAC Chat Net: 50.3

Squad Radios as directed by squad leaders

D. Materiel and Supply


4x UH-60M "Blackhawk" Medium Transport Helicopters (FFV Version with door guns)

4x MH-6M "Little Bird" Light Transport Helicopters

4x AH-6L "Little Bird" Light Attack Helicopters


SnrAM Jason



Operation Order: SURROUNDED II


Location: Everon
Player Faction: BAF
Starting Time (Ingame): 0545
Starting Position: Fort George
Weather: Clear
Forecast: Overcast
Terrain: Towns, Hills, Grassland





Tasking Ground

  1. Insert at LZ Alpha

  2. Proceed to Recon point Zulu and determine enemy strength at Objective Charlie

  3. Clear Object Charlie of enemy forces

  4. Proceed south to unknown enemy installation position

Tasking Air

  1. Insert Squad to LZ ALPHA

  2. Carry out Reconnaissance south of Objective Charlie and locate enemy installation

  3. Destroy the enemy motorised division to the south of Objective Charlie

  4. Provide logistics, reinsert and CASEVAC


2x Merlin
4x AW159 Wildcat
2x F-35
4x Land Rover (M2)

Signed Staff Sergeant R4IDER


OPORD: Tonoa Resistance

MAP: Tonoa

MISSION DTG: 21/10/17 1900hrs (BST)

OPORD: Tonoa Resistance

WEATHER: Overcast

FORECAST: Possible downpours

START DTG: 14/10/27 0600 Local 

START LOCATION: Tonoa Airfield 




Russian forces have invaded the island of Tonoa, we have gained a foot hold on Tonoa airfield, but every thing north of us is non scouted territory so for the insert in to this mission will have to fly around the coast line to the LZ, we will land and try and help as many civilians as we can and to try and wipe out the forces in those towns.


Tasking Ground

Insert at LZ Alpha

Proceed to patrol the route and search for stolen prowler

Continue to Patrol on the route helping Civs along the way and disarming any possible IED's 

Search and clear all Enemy combatants 

Tasking Air

Insert at LZ Alpha

Recon New possible routes north of the Russian held area

Recon for possible mortar base

Recover prowler

If mortar base located prep to engage.

If ground Units get Intel of reinforcements then locate and destroy 

Resupplies and reinserts  

Destroy Enemy reinforcements base


A-164J Wipeout

Black wasp II

MH-9 Littlebird

AW159 Wildcat x2




MH-60S Seahawk