Cpl Sendall

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  • Birthday 10/25/1996

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  1. Brand, Per

    Letter sent.
  2. Brand, Per

    Hi Brand, could you please briefly extended on your reasons for applying. Regards Sendall
  3. Otterson, Aidan

    Letter sent - 27/11/17
  4. Operation Philemon XIII 292000ZNOV17

    1/2 Attendance 7/0/1/0 Yes - 6 Cpl Sendall Pte Nielsen Pte Krauser Pte Archie Pte Tasner Pte Lee Maybe - 0 No/LOA - 1 Pte Saunders Yet to vote - 0
  5. ADMIN Patrol Reports

    1/2 PATROL REPORT 05/11/2017 OP PHILLIMON VI Composition: 2x Jackels and 8xpacs .50 cal Jackel (JK 15 AA) .50 cal Jackel (JK 16 AA) We began the night by moving to PL YELLOW. There was a significant delay on PL YELLOW whilst reinserts were brought in. After this we took the lead of the formations assault onto the far side of the valley. After some initial success we came into a heavy contact with enemy forces located along a small ridge to our front, dug in around a rock feature grid . Unable to proceed we requested IDF onto the rock. Despite being told IDF was inbound, this never materialised. After some time waiting for IDF and learning that it was not inbound we cautiously made our way up to the rock feature. On position were 4 enemy pacs and a soviet-era reciolless rifle. Soon after, my delta vehicle took a direct RPG hit from a unseen position. Due to this I withdrew my charlie vehicle to safety. Back in over watch of the aforementioned rock feature we took a number of contacts from it again. With the help of 1/3 we continued to hold off enemy forces until ordered to withdraw to the A/1 CCP to regroup friendly elements. From here we were ordered into an over watch position to the East in order to support 1/1 and 1/3's push north west. Almost as soon as the attack had begun 1/1 and 1/3 had taken significant casualties and we were ordered to mount a foot assault onto the rock feature that had given us so much grief that evening. This attack proved somewhat successful with us driving enemy combatants from the rock feature. This allowed us to continue to move to the north west which we did on foot. After moving approximately 100m we took fire from three directions killing 1/0A and giving us 1xP1, 1xP2 and 1xP4. In this contact we killed two enemy combatants and were barley able to maintain the security of our casualties whilst reinforcements were brought in. The platoon now moved up to this position and we set up an ARD to deal with the casualties. After some time another advance was ordered. 1/1 and myself were to push along the west of the ridge. Almost as soon as this movement had begun 1/3 took a heavy contact to our west and we were ordered to provide support. Enemy forces were located on the far side of yet another small valley feature. 1/0A ordered us to move across the valley and assault enemy forces. Here we took 2 more casualties but only 4 strong were able to assault and destroy the enemy forces harassing 1/3. Here we took a prisoner who was evacuated to FOB HERMES. From here we set up in the platoon ARD grid 0765 2619 with minimal medical and ammunition supplies. Supplies: Amber on ammo.
  6. ADMIN Patrol Reports

    1) Patrol composition and Location 8xpacs 2) Leaguer Status ARD set up around cave system, 1/2 setup on the WEST side. 3) Patrol Report; Upon passing the LOD 1/2 moved uncontested to PL GREEN. Upon passing PL GREEN we took fire from our front from 2x enemy infantry approximately 100m away. Situated behind a rock feature. Initially, not being able to locate the enemy, we withdraw 50m to a defilade and began to locate the enemy. This we did after which the enemy was quickly destroyed. A fair amount of ammunition was expended during this movement and 1xT3 casualty taken. We then continued up through PL YELLOW uncontested. Upon passing PL YELLOW we took a contact from 2x enemy infantry hiding behind a rock feature on PL RED. I returned fire with my Delta and took Charlie on a left flanking assault. We assaulted the position with grenades destroying both enemy. During the re-org we sustained 2 casualties from a stray RPG, 1xP1 and 1xP4. These were latter extracted by the reserve section. We set position up on the previously enemy position and held it whilst the casualties were dealt with and other sections caught up. During this time fire was briefly exchanged with enemy forces occupying the southern ridge feature who were engaging 1/4. The outcome of this contact is unbeknown. After some time on this position we were tasked with conducting a reconnaissance mission of the northern side of the cave entrance. We pushed forward beyond friendly lines approximately 50m when we were ambushed danger close with grenades. We returned grenades and withdrew suffering 2xP2 and 1xP3 casualty. Upon withdrawing we came under mortar attack causing a further P2 casulaty. We withdrew to our previous location now combat ineffective to await CASEVAC. Casualties were withdrawn leaving the section at a total strength of 4. The section was now tasked with holding the centre of the platoon line during the assault towards the cave system. This was done in good order and without contact. After a failed attempt to dislodge enemy in the cave. 1/2 were sent in. This scenario proved tricky resulting in the remainder of the section becoming P4 casualties. Once all reinserted 1/2 took position to the west of the cave in platoon ARD looking WEST.
  7. ADMIN Patrol Reports

    1/2 PATROL REPORT OP PHILLIMON III 25/10/17 1) Patrol composition and Location 1 Jackel - JK 15 AA 1 Coyotte - Destroyed 1540L left platoon Laager to set up OP covering W from grid 1764 2217 1545L OP set up 1555L collapsed OP. Nothing seen. 1558L moved back to platoon Laager 1600L arrived back at Laager 1610L Left Laager for PL GREEN behind 1/1 1620L set up in overwatch covering trading post. We were soon approached by a civilian a warning shot was fired however he seemed desperate and exasperated and he continued to approach. At this point he detonated himself. Killing all three crew members. After this point 1/2 operated with 1/0A whilst down to a single vehicle. 2) Leaguer Status ; Both vehicles leaguered at grid reference 145210. 3) Ammunition and/or supplies expended; 1 vehicle destroyed with all supplies on board. Through the rest of the night 13 rounds GPMG were expended and no more than 30 rounds .50.
  8. ADMIN Patrol Reports

    PATROL REPORT TO: A COY 2 PARA BN FROM: SENDALL B, IC, 2 SECTION, 2 PLTN A COY 2 PARA BN SUBJECT: Operation PHILEMON ++++++++++++++BEGINS++++++++++++++++ 1) Patrol composition and Location 6x Packs 2x Victors - Jackle HMG's (JK 16 AA and JK 17 AA) 2) Leaguer Status - ideally with a visual; 1815 2230 1 Platoon Laager Area. 3) Ammunition and/or supplies expended; None used. 4) Report; The section began the night with A1 HQ in grid 1716 2891. We then moved as a section towards the FUP at grids 1889 2621. Once there we received orders to set up an OP with eyes on the valley feature grid 19 22. 0650 - We moved to grid 1918 2287 and set the vehicles up in an ARD. 2xpaxs were then seen moving to our north. They appeared to be refugees and we moved to intercept. Once intercepted the refugees were detained and a helicopter called in to grid 193 230. 0715 - Refugees were helicpotered out. We returned to the ARD. 0720 - OP set up over watching valley. 0735 - OP was collapsed and we moved to A1 REORG 1815 2230. 0845 - Arrived at REORG point and set up Laager. ++++++++++++++ENDS++++++++++++++++
  9. ADMIN Patrol Reports

    1/2 PATROL REPORT 18/10/2017 Composition: 2x Jackels and 7xpacs .50 cal Jackel (JK 06 AA) GMG Jackel (JK 07 AA) All times in Local. 0820 - left FOB HERMES 0825 - burning convoy spotted by black smoke rising from the area 0830 - investigated burning convoy grid approximate 173 288. + The burning convoy consisted of 4x vehicles. 1 IDAP desert buggy, 1 IDAP pick-up and 2 IDAP Trucks. Corpses were observed around all 4 vehicles and on the surrounding ground to a total of 18, including 5 IDAP personel and 13 plain clothed civilians. 0835 - Movement was sighted to the east of the convoy and OA tasked us to investigate. 0840 - We came across 6x refugees fleeing and trying to get to safety. They stated no knowledge of what had happened to the convoy and we prepared them for transport back to FOB HERMES via rotary. 0850 - A second sighting promoted the convoy to move 200m SE. We took the position of V1 in the convoy. A camo pick-up then approached us from the front at some speed and 2x warning shots were fired. After a breif stand-off a previously unseen individual wearing cammo trousers and with a cloth wrapped around his face approached the pick-up. He was unarmed however GPMG fire from an unknown callsign came in killing the individual approaching the pick-up. At this time no weapons had been seen and their was little reason to suspect them as hostiles. In an attempt to alleviate tensions I dismounted from my Jackal and approached the pick-up. At this point the vehicle suddenly accelerated towards me knocking me down and unconscious. By the time I had recovered the vehicle was destroyed along with all the personnel inside by my own vehicle who now suspected hostile intent due to them running me over. 0910 - The previously mentioned camo-pick up was blown in place. 0915 - We Larged up grids 1716 2891 Supplies: Minimum ammo expended. 6 bottles of water given out to the refugees.
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  13. Holmgren, Oliver

    Hello Oliver, before I can process your application I need you to expand on your reasons for applying to the 16AA. Regards Sendall
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