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  1. TO: A COY, 2 PARA BN. FROM: SILBOT, LT, OC 1 PLT, A COY, 2 PARA BN. SUBJECT: OPERATION HABASH X 182000ZOCT20 OPORD OPERATION HABASH X ++++++++++++++++++BEGINS++++++++++++++++++ I. PRELIMS TIME: 0800L 15th March 2012 WEATHER: Clear, no wind and temperatures between 25 and 30 degrees. CURRENT POS: PB ASHWORTH and PB LEAKEY MAP DATA: Here TASK ORG; 10A: Lt Silbot 10B: Sgt Scarle 11C: Cpl Predo 12C: Cpl Joyce 13C: Cpl McPherson 41A: Cpl Cullen 43A: Cpl Ainsley 44A: Cpl Tasner W70: LCpl Pettersson II. SITUATION With successful operations in the north and a quick response to the change situation, A Company has managed to gain enough stability in the region to allow for the local election to take place as originally intended. The election plays a critical part in the stabilisation of the region and the long term mission for NATO forces. As the election will be seen as a testiment to the success of NATO forces and the efforts to bring stability to Afghanistan, a response from the Taliban is very likely. It is mission critical that the election is successful and a concentration of NATO forces will be in place to make sure there are no interferances. a. GROUND In General: Asadabad is mostly a dry area, with some agricultural green zones along Kunar river,surrounded by the many mountain ranges rising above the province. The area has some larger more populated towns along with many smaller villages on the outskirts with little population easy for the Taliban to extort and claim a foothold. The road network is decent due to the many smugglers using the province as a safe haven to transport drugs, weapons and people. In Detail: We are deploying to the capital of Kunar province, Asadabad and will be setting up in camps north west of the town by the Pech river. Our main base will be FOB BUDD located close to a larger populated town, in order to assist all friendly forces in the province. The manoeuvre elements of the company will be located at PB Ashworth and PB Leakey on the mountains surrounding FOB Budd, in order to close the gap between coalition troops and locals. b. ENEMY FORCES Known & Suspected En. Positions: Intelligence suggests there are multiple insurgency headquarters and training facilities in the province, but no exact location has been established. Intelligence suggests an enemy hideout in the western part of 1 platoons sector. Strength: J2 assesses up to thousands across the province, of which several hundred are expected to be in our AO. Morale: Low Weaponry: AK and Soviet Era weaponry in use. Depending on the contents being smuggled across the border, more advanced weapons are to be expected. US naval special warfare confirms that they have encountered Soviet era static emplacements during operations in the area. Calibre up to 12.7mm and RPG/STRELA Missiles. IDF: Mortars, Possible location NE of Budd. Vehicles: Mainly Civilian vehicles adapted with Soviet Era Weaponry. Aircraft: None. Air Threat: Moderate. Soviet STRELA missiles have been reported. Mine/IED Threat: MODERATE - General AO, HIGH - Areas of interest. c. ENEMY INTENT To disrupt the election and regain control of the region. d. FRIENDLY FORCES 2 Para, A company JHC 16CSMR 13AASR USMC provincial QRF HMS Ambush (TLAM) e. LOCAL FORCES ANP ANA f. ROE CARD ALPHA ‘424’ III. MISSION 2UP: Ensure a successful election in order to bring stability to the region. 1UP: Provide force protection for political candidates and security during the election in order to ensure a successful election. IV. EXECUTION a. INTENT One troop will move to KALAENOOWI and set up in key positions. This will make up for the outer cordon. Concurrent one troop will escort one election candidate from KANDAR to KALAENOOWI. On location they will set up security around the election hall. This will make up for the inner cordon. The mission is complete when the election has succesfully concluded and the involved parties have left the block of the election hall. b. CONCEPT OF OPERATIONS This will be a 4 phase operation Phase I Troop Bravo, Plt HQ and 4-3 will be airlifted out of PB Leakey to the Airfield, then move by vehicles to KALAENOOWI and set up outer cordon around the election block. This will be done in the following order of march: 4-3 (HUSKY), HQ (PANTHER), 1-2 (MAN), 1-3 (MAN). Concurrently Troop Alpha will move by vehicle to KANDAR and link up with Mohammed Al Sawal, then escort him to the election block. Actions on are to push through to the next RV. Phase II The platoon will assume its original structure. HQ, 4-1, 4-3, 4-4 and W-7 will set up at the construction site, with 4-1 taking up elevated positions in the building. 1-1 will set up checkpoint west while 1-2 and 1-3 will set up checkpoint east and south east. Actions on are to defend the election hall while minimizing civilian casualties. Phase III 1 Platoon will ensure the safety and success of the election and candidates while ANP will provide security within the election hall. Phase IV 1 Platoon will be prepared to extend the cordon after the election is finished in order to provide protection for the candidates as they leave. c. GUIDELINES This should be seen as an opportunity to further our stance with the local population. Meet and greet people with respect, conduct partial humint, but maintain security at all times. d. TIMINGS O-group (troop): 1945 Radio check: 1955 Airlift/Clear to move: 2000 V. CSS Personnel: Appoint and bring a terp (IP). Dress: CEFO, MTP uniforms & PPE. Equipment: As per SOP. 4-3 to bring ATO equipment, roadblock material and consertina. Weapons: As per SOP. 4-1 to bring sniper rifle and spotting scope. Ammo: As per SOP. Meds: CTM and CSMR. CCP/CAP: CCP at construction site, CAP at FOB BUDD. POWs / Detainees: To be delivered to 43A VI. COMMAND AND SIGNAL i. Command: Lt Silbot (10A), Sgt Scarle (10B), LCpl Pettersson (W70), Pte Taylor (W73). ii. Signals: Ch1 1 Plt net, Ch2 2 Plt net, Ch3 3 Plt net, Ch4 4 Plt net, Ch5 Coy net, Ch6 Fires net, Ch7 Flight net (internal), Ch8 CAS net, Ch9 Flight utility net. Frequencies as per FST IC. iii. Challenge/Response: KING / NOTHING +++++++++++++++++++ENDS+++++++++++++++++++
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  3. TO: A COY, 2 PARA BN. FROM: SILBOT, LT, OC 1 PLT, A COY, 2 PARA BN. SUBJECT: OPERATION HABASH IX 112000ZOCT20 FRAGO OPERATION HABASH IX ++++++++++++++++++BEGINS++++++++++++++++++ I. PRELIMS TIME: 0900L 11th March 2012 WEATHER: Clear, no wind and temperatures between 15 and 22 degrees. CURRENT POS: PB ASHWORTH and PB LEAKEY MAP DATA: Here TASK ORG; 10A: Lt Silbot 10B: Sgt Scarle 11C: Cpl Predo 12C: Cpl Joyce 13C: Cpl McPherson 41A: Cpl Cullen 43A: Cpl Ainsley 44A: Cpl Tasner W70: LCpl Pettersson II. SITUATION After deploying at patrol bases around the region, the company has uncovered enemy strongholds, commanders and networks. Based on that intelligence, several target packages has been built and strikes have followed. After the skirmish in the North and the South, RAF reapers have managed to identify and neutralise Azeem Zaidi in the south. However, due to the promt assault by Alpha troop, Rafiq Zaidi managed to escape. It is currently unkown how he managed to escape but intelligence suggests he used multiple disguises and vehicles to remain undetected. After successfully disrupting enemy an enemy shipment and temporarily hurting the funding of their operations, enemy forces made an effort to make a statement and conducted several IED attacks in the region, tragically killing 3 members of 2 Platoon. Due to recent events 1 Platoon will reenforce 2 Platoon in the area to the east, in an effort to collect necessary information about the attacks. Further to that the political mission enabled by Alpha troop has been a success, gaining positive reponse from the local population. As part of the exchange the diplomat offered to clear the village and roadnetworks of IEDs on our behalf. III. GROUND In General: Asadabad is mostly a dry area, with some agricultural green zones along Kunar river,surrounded by the many mountain ranges rising above the province. The area has some larger more populated towns along with many smaller villages on the outskirts with little population easy for the Taliban to extort and claim a foothold. The road network is decent due to the many smugglers using the province as a safe haven to transport drugs, weapons and people. In Detail: We are deploying to the capital of Kunar province, Asadabad and will be setting up in camps north west of the town by the Pech river. Our main base will be FOB BUDD located close to a larger populated town, in order to assist all friendly forces in the province. The manoeuvre elements of the company will be located at PB Ashworth and PB Leakey on the mountains surrounding FOB Budd, in order to close the gap between coalition troops and locals. IV. ENEMY FORCES Known & Suspected En. Positions: Intelligence suggests there are multiple insurgency headquarters and training facilities in the province, but no exact location has been established. Intelligence suggests an enemy hideout in the western part of 1 platoons sector. Strength: J2 assesses up to thousands across the province, of which several hundred are expected to be in our AO. Morale: Low Weaponry: AK and Soviet Era weaponry in use. Depending on the contents being smuggled across the border, more advanced weapons are to be expected. US naval special warfare confirms that they have encountered Soviet era static emplacements during operations in the area. Calibre up to 12.7mm and RPG/STRELA Missiles. IDF: Mortars, Possible location NE of Budd. Vehicles: Mainly Civilian vehicles adapted with Soviet Era Weaponry. Aircraft: None. Air Threat: Moderate. Soviet STRELA missiles have been reported. Mine/IED Threat: MODERATE - General AO, HIGH - Areas of interest. V. ENEMY INTENT To maintain control of the province and continue operations against coalition forces. VI. FRIENDLY FORCES 2 Para, A company JHC 16CSMR 13AASR USMC provincial QRF HMS Ambush (TLAM) VII. LOCAL FORCES ANP ANA VIII. ROE CARD ALPHA ‘424’ IX. MISSION 2UP: Conduct strikes against critical enemy positions in order to deny their operations. 1UP: Provide force protection for ordnance disposal efforts in order to further local support. Conduct HUMINT operations in 2 Platoons area in order to uncover the network behind the death of 3 british soldiers. INTENT Troop A Objective Provide force protection and escort in order to enable 4-3 road clearance and ordnance disposal in the Puesto Vulkan area. 1-1 and 4-1Are to escort ATOs out of 13AASR from the airfield to the Puesto Vulkan area. On arrival Alpha troop are to establish force protection and enable 4/3s ordnance disposal. 4-3 will use a combination of EOD equipment and UGV to successfully clear the are of IEDs. Troop B Objective Conduct HUMINT operation in 2 Platoons area in order to uncover the network behind the attack. 1-2 & 1-3 will move in convoy to the east and link up with Cpl Sanders in one of 2 Platoons PBs. You will be designated an area, in which you are expected that you conduct HUMINT patrols. Any actionable intelligence will be sufficient to justify an offensive operation. X. EXECUTION Determined by Troop Commander in the field XI. GUIDELINES The IED threat is at an all time high, make sure proper C-IED procedures are followed. The current enemy morale is low, make an effort to be aggressive in our response to an attack. XII. TIMINGS O-group (troop): 1945 Radio check: 1955 Both troops to move: 2000 H-hour: 2000 XIII. CSS Personnel: Appoint and bring a terp (IP). Dress: CEFO, MTP uniforms & PPE. Equipment: As per SOP. (COIN) <-That means bring valons and paint. Weapons: As per SOP. Ammo: As per SOP. Meds: CTM and CSMR. CCP/CAP: Role 2, FOB BUDD. POWs / Detainees: To be delivered to 40B XIV. COMMAND AND SIGNAL i. Command: Lt Silbot (10A), Sgt Scarle (10B), LCpl Pettersson (W70), Pte Taylor (W73). ii. Signals: Ch1 1 Plt net, Ch2 2 Plt net, Ch3 3 Plt net, Ch4 4 Plt net, Ch5 Coy net, Ch6 Fires net, Ch7 Flight net (internal), Ch8 CAS net, Ch9 Flight utility net. Frequencies as per FST IC. iii. Challenge/Response: ENTER / SANDMAN +++++++++++++++++++ENDS+++++++++++++++++++
  4. TO: A COY, 2 PARA BN. FROM: SILBOT, LT, OC 1 PLT, A COY, 2 PARA BN. SUBJECT: OPERATION HABASH VIII 042000ZOCT20 ++++++++++++++++++BEGINS++++++++++++++++++ I. PRELIMS TIME: 0430L 9th March 2012 WEATHER: Clear, no wind and temperatures between 10 and 15 degrees. CURRENT POS: PB ASHWORTH and PB LEAKEY MAP DATA: Here TASK ORG; 10A: Lt Silbot 10B: Sgt Scarle 11C: Cpl Ainsley 12C: Cpl Joyce 13C: Cpl McPherson 41A: Cpl Cullen 43A: Pte Keeling 44A: LCpl Tasner W70: LCpl Pettersson II. SITUATION After deploying at patrol bases around the region, the company has uncovered enemy strongholds, commanders and networks. Based on that intelligence, several target packages has been built and strikes have followed. After the skirmish in the North and the South, RAF reapers have managed to identify and neutralise Azeem Zaidi in the south. However, due to the promt assault by Alpha troop, Rafiq Zaidi managed to escape. It is currently unkown how he managed to escape but intelligence suggests he used multiple disguises and vehicles to remain undetected. Based on intelligence from the two detainees out of Kunara, we have managed to learn about how a subsector militia of the Taliban are ascertaining funding for their efforts against the west. Opium. III. GROUND In General: Asadabad is mostly a dry area, with some agricultural green zones along Kunar river,surrounded by the many mountain ranges rising above the province. The area has some larger more populated towns along with many smaller villages on the outskirts with little population easy for the Taliban to extort and claim a foothold. The road network is decent due to the many smugglers using the province as a safe haven to transport drugs, weapons and people. In Detail: We are deploying to the capital of Kunar province, Asadabad and will be setting up in camps north west of the town by the Pech river. Our main base will be FOB BUDD located close to a larger populated town, in order to assist all friendly forces in the province. The manoeuvre elements of the company will be located at PB Ashworth and PB Leakey on the mountains surrounding FOB Budd, in order to close the gap between coalition troops and locals. IV. ENEMY FORCES Known & Suspected En. Positions: Intelligence suggests there are multiple insurgency headquarters and training facilities in the province, but no exact location has been established. Intelligence suggests an enemy hideout in the western part of 1 platoons sector. Strength: J2 assesses up to thousands across the province, of which several hundred are expected to be in our AO. Morale: Moderate Weaponry: AK and Soviet Era weaponry in use. Depending on the contents being smuggled across the border, more advanced weapons are to be expected. US naval special warfare confirms that they have encountered Soviet era static emplacements during operations in the area. Calibre up to 12.7mm and RPG/STRELA Missiles. IDF: Mortars, unknown number and kind. Vehicles: Mainly Civilian vehicles adapted with Soviet Era Weaponry. Aircraft: None. Air Threat: Moderate. Soviet STRELA missiles have been reported. Mine/IED Threat: MODERATE - General AO, HIGH - Areas of interest. V. ENEMY INTENT To maintain control of the province and continue operations against coalition forces. VI. FRIENDLY FORCES 2 Para, A company JHC 16CSMR 13AASR USMC provincial QRF HMS Ambush (TLAM) VII. LOCAL FORCES ANP ANA VIII. ROE CARD ALPHA ‘424’ IX. MISSION 2UP: Conduct strikes against critical enemy positions in order to deny their operations. 1UP: Ambush drug/human trafficking convoys between Mayankel and Kunara in order to deny the enemy critical resources. INTENT Troop A Objective Meet with a NATO diplomat at the airfield and escort him to Puesto Vulkan After repeated failings in the north, to boost morale amongst the civilian population and change the perceptions in the area, ISAF in partnership with NATO have sent a diplomat to conduct CIMIC operations. 1-1 & FSG are to move by vehicle to the airfield, pick up the diplomat and safely transport him to the villages in and around Puesto Vulkan, and provide force protection during CIMIC operations. Troop B Objective Ambush enemy convoys between Mayankel and Kunara. Intelligence has suggested that tonight a large shipment of drugs and prisoners will be transported along the MSR from Mayankel through Kunara under the cover of darkness. This is thought to be led by one of the chief Taliban officials simply known as 'The Jackal'. 1-2 & 1-3 will move to vantage points along the MSR and ambush the enemy convoy. If possible the prisoners are to be rescued. X. EXECUTION Determined by Troop Commander in the field XI. GUIDELINES All civilians held in our care must be searched and remain cuffed at all times. Both Troop A and Troop B must utilize the available darkness for the initial operation. XII. TIMINGS O-group (troop): 1945 Radio check: 1955 Both troops to move: 2000 H-hour: 2000 XIII. CSS Personnel: Appoint and bring a terp (IP). Dress: CEFO, MTP uniforms & PPE. Equipment: As per SOP. (COIN) <-That means bring valons and paint. Weapons: As per SOP. Ammo: As per SOP. Meds: CTM and CSMR. CCP/CAP: Role 2, FOB BUDD. POWs / Detainees: To be delivered to 40B XIV. COMMAND AND SIGNAL i. Command: Lt Silbot (10A), Sgt Scarle (10B), LCpl Pettersson (W70), Pte Taylor (W73). ii. Signals: Ch1 1 Plt net, Ch2 2 Plt net, Ch3 3 Plt net, Ch4 4 Plt net, Ch5 Coy net, Ch6 Fires net, Ch7 Flight net (internal), Ch8 CAS net, Ch9 Flight utility net. Frequencies as per FST IC. iii. Challenge/Response: ENTER / SANDMAN +++++++++++++++++++ENDS+++++++++++++++++++
  5. FRAGO HABASH V TO: A COY, 2 PARA BN. FROM: SILBOT, LT, OC 1 PLT, A COY, 2 PARA BN. SUBJECT: OPERATION HABASH V 132000ZSEP20 ++++++++++++++++++BEGINS++++++++++++++++++ I. PRELIMS TIME: 0530L 7th March 2012 WEATHER: Clear, no wind and temperatures between 10 and 15 degrees. CURRENT POS: Karift, water treatment facility // RV07 MAP DATA: Here TASK ORG; 10A: Lt Silbot 10B: Sgt Scarle 11C: Cpl Ainsley 12C: Cpl Joyce 13C: Cpl McPherson 41A: Cpl Cullen 43A: Pte Keeling 44A: LCpl Tasner W70: LCpl Pettersson 60A: Pte Predo II. SITUATION After completing the initial phase of the company’s intent, the company is now deployed to patrol bases around the region. With the extended reach, all platoons will now commence ISR operations and build the intelligence package for the task force. The enemy efforts have been unsuccessful in interfering with our mission and are expected to be less intense and organized. This is in line with the overall plan for phase two. I GROUND In General: Asadabad is mostly a dry area, with some agricultural green zones along Kunar river,surrounded by the many mountain ranges rising above the province. The area has some larger more populated towns along with many smaller villages on the outskirts with little population easy for the Taliban to extort and claim a foothold. The road network is decent due to the many smugglers using the province as a safe haven to transport drugs, weapons and people. In Detail: We are deploying to the capital of Kunar province, Asadabad and will be setting up in camps north west of the town by the Pech river. Our main base will be FOB BUDD located close to a larger populated town, in order to assist all friendly forces in the province. The maneuver elements of the company will be located at PB Ashworth and PB Leakey on the mountains surrounding FOB Budd, in order to close the gap between coalition troops and locals. II ENEMY FORCES Known & Suspected En. Positions: Intelligence suggests there are multiple insurgency headquarters and training facilities in the province, but no exact location has been established. Intelligence suggests an enemy hideout in the western part of 1 platoons sector. Strength: J2 assesses up to thousands across the province, of which several hundred are expected to be in our AO. Morale: Moderate Weaponry: AK and Soviet Era weaponry in use. Depending on the contents being smuggled across the border, more advanced weapons are to be expected. US naval special warfare confirms that they have encountered Soviet era static emplacements during operations in the area. Caliber up to 12.7mm and RPG/STRELA Missiles. IDF: Mortars, unknown number and kind. Vehicles: Mainly Civilian vehicles adapted with Soviet Era Weaponry. Aircraft: None. Air Threat: Moderate. Soviet STRELA missiles have been reported. Mine/IED Threat: MODERATE - General AO, HIGH - Areas of interest. III ENEMY INTENT To maintain control of the province and continue operations against coalition forces. IV FRIENDLY FORCES 2 Para, A company JHC 16CSMR 13AASR USMC provincial QRF V LOCAL FORCES ANP ANA VI ROE CARD ALPHA ‘424’ III. MISSION 1UP: Conduct ISR operations within platoon sectors in order to build an intelligence package of the region with actionable target data. Conduct night time reconnaisance by force, in order to disrupt taliban operations. Continue deliberate actions in the previous taskings and secure the terrain. IV. EXECUTION This will be a three(3) phase operation. INTENT Both troops will conduct night time operations independently, disrupting taliban operations by hitting critical positions. We will respond aggressively to the recent fighting with taliban forces, they have been the instigator since we arrived and we are now changing the playing field by bringing the fight to them, on our terms. PHASE I At 1945 Troop Alpha will give orders for the continued operation in DORAN. Troop Bravo will plan a patrol in the town of KARIFT. Both operations are expected to be carried out from 2000. TOCC will be active from 1945. PHASE II At H-hr (2000) Troop Alpha and Troop Bravo will initiate their operations. Troop Alpha will approach DORAN from the north and gain enough intelligence to conduct a possible assault/intradiction on the village of DORAN. Troop Bravo will conduct a reassurance patrol in KARIFT, where they will gather HUMINT and bask in the glory from restoring the water supply in the region. Actions on contact are to destroy tangible enemy targets as well as to cripple enemy morale. No civilian casualties, avoid damaging structures and personal property. PHASE III As soon as each troop has completed their operation they will head back to their PB for a much needed reorg and resupply. Be prepared to act on actionable intel. Actions on contact, fight through. GUIDELINES Take the time to build intelligence about the target and target area, as soon as the "attack" is initiated speed and aggression is required. Do not under any circumstances damage the water treatment facility. While this is an assault, you are still required to PID your targets. Civilian casualties will result in mission failure. V. TIMINGS O-group: 1945 Radio check: 1955 Both troops to move: 2000 H-hour: 2000 VI. CSS Personnel: Appoint and bring a terp (IP). Dress: CEFO, MTP uniforms & PPE. Equipment: As per SOP. (COIN) <-That means bring valons and paint. Weapons: As per SOP. Ammo: As per SOP. Meds: CTM and CSMR. CCP/CAP: Role 2, FOB BUDD. POWs / Detainees: To be delivered to 40B VII. COMMAND AND SIGNAL i. Command: Lt Silbot (10A), Sgt Scarle (10B), LCpl Pettersson (W70), Pte Taylor (W73). ii. Signals: Ch1 1 Plt net, Ch2 2 Plt net, Ch3 3 Plt net, Ch4 4 Plt net, Ch5 Coy net, Ch6 Fires net, Ch7 Flight net (internal), Ch8 CAS net, Ch9 Flight utility net. Frequencies as per FST IC. iii. Challenge/Response: RIDE / LIGHTNING +++++++++++++++++++ENDS+++++++++++++++++++
  6. OPORD HABASH IV TO: A COY, 2 PARA BN. FROM: SILBOT, LT, OC 1 PLT, A COY, 2 PARA BN. SUBJECT: OPERATION HABASH IV 062000ZSEP20 ++++++++++++++++++BEGINS++++++++++++++++++ I. PRELIMS TIME: 0100L 7th March 2012 WEATHER: Clear, no wind and temperatures between 0 and 10 degrees. CURRENT POS: FOB Budd, PB Ashworth, PB Leakey MAP DATA: Here TASK ORG; 10A: Lt Silbot 10B: Sgt Scarle 11C: Cpl Ainsley 12C: Cpl Joyce 13C: Cpl McPherson 41A: Cpl Cullen 43A: Pte Keeling 44A: LCpl Tasner W70: LCpl Pettersson 60A: TBC II. SITUATION After completing the initial phase of the company’s intent, the company is now deployed to patrol bases around the region. With the extended reach, all platoons will now commence ISR operations and build the intelligence package for the task force. The enemy efforts have been unsuccessful in interfering with our mission and are expected to be less intense and organized. This is in line with the overall plan for phase two. I GROUND In General: Asadabad is mostly a dry area, with some agricultural green zones along Kunar river,surrounded by the many mountain ranges rising above the province. The area has some larger more populated towns along with many smaller villages on the outskirts with little population easy for the Taliban to extort and claim a foothold. The road network is decent due to the many smugglers using the province as a safe haven to transport drugs, weapons and people. In Detail: We are deploying to the capital of Kunar province, Asadabad and will be setting up in camps north west of the town by the Pech river. Our main base will be FOB BUDD located close to a larger populated town, in order to assist all friendly forces in the province. The maneuver elements of the company will be located at PB Ashworth and PB Leakey on the mountains surrounding FOB Budd, in order to close the gap between coalition troops and locals. II ENEMY FORCES Known & Suspected En. Positions: Intelligence suggests there are multiple insurgency headquarters and training facilities in the province, but no exact location has been established. Intelligence suggests an enemy hideout in the western part of 1 platoons sector. Strength: J2 assesses up to thousands across the province, of which several hundred are expected to be in our AO. Morale: Moderate Weaponry: AK and Soviet Era weaponry in use. Depending on the contents being smuggled across the border, more advanced weapons are to be expected. US naval special warfare confirms that they have encountered Soviet era static emplacements during operations in the area. Caliber up to 12.7mm and RPG/STRELA Missiles. IDF: Mortars, unknown number and kind. Vehicles: Mainly Civilian vehicles adapted with Soviet Era Weaponry. Aircraft: None. Air Threat: Moderate. Soviet STRELA missiles have been reported. Mine/IED Threat: MODERATE - General AO, HIGH - Areas of interest. III ENEMY INTENT To maintain control of the province and continue operations against coalition forces. IV FRIENDLY FORCES 2 Para, A company JHC 16CSMR 13AASR USMC provincial QRF V LOCAL FORCES ANP ANA VI ROE CARD ALPHA ‘424’ III. MISSION 1UP: Conduct ISR operations within platoon sectors in order to build an intelligence package of the region with actionable target data. Conduct night time reconnaisance by force, in order to disrupt taliban operations. IV. EXECUTION This will be a three(3) phase operation. INTENT Both troops will conduct night time operations independently, disrupting taliban operations by hitting critical positions. We will respond aggressively to the recent fighting with taliban forces, they have been the instigator since we arrived and we are now changing the playing field by bringing the fight to them, on our terms. PHASE I At 1945 Troop Alpha and Troop Bravo have formalized a plan, approved by 0A and will conduct a troop O-group in order to begin their operations NLT 2000. 10B will assaume command of Troop Bravo TOCC will be active from 1945. PHASE II At H-hr (2000) Troop Alpha and Troop Bravo will step off from their PBs. Troop Alpha will focus their main effort to the north and set up for a possible assault/intradiction on the village of DORAN. Flight will provide drone cover for this move. Troop Bravo will move in convoy to KARIFT, where they will set up OPs outside of the village. Actions on contact are to assault and destroy enemy targets as well as to utilize CAS and IDF to destroy enemy forces and morale. No civilian casualties, avoid damaging structures and personal property. PHASE III As soon as each troop has a grip on the situation they will initiate their operation Troop Alpha will assault any potential taliban compound, making an attempt to capture potential fighters and bomb makers. Troop Bravo will assault and secure the water treatment facility without damaging it. Defending it if necessary. Actions on contact, fight through. GUIDELINES Take the time to build intelligence about the target and target area, as soon as the "attack" is initiated speed and aggression is required. Do not under any circumstances damage the water treatment facility. While this is an assault, you are still required to PID your targets. Civilian casualties will result in mission failure. V. TIMINGS O-group: 1945 Radio check: 1955 Both troops to move: 2000 H-hour: 2000 VI. CSS Personnel: Appoint and bring a terp (IP). Dress: CEFO, MTP uniforms & PPE. Equipment: As per SOP. (COIN) <-That means bring valons and paint. Weapons: As per SOP. Ammo: As per SOP. Meds: CTM and CSMR. CCP/CAP: Role 2, FOB BUDD. POWs / Detainees: To be delivered to 40B VII. COMMAND AND SIGNAL i. Command: Lt Silbot (10A), Sgt Scarle (10B), LCpl Pettersson (W70), Pte Taylor (W73). ii. Signals: Ch1 1 Plt net, Ch2 2 Plt net, Ch3 3 Plt net, Ch4 4 Plt net, Ch5 Coy net, Ch6 Fires net, Ch7 Flight net (internal), Ch8 CAS net, Ch9 Flight utility net. Frequencies as per FST IC. iii. Challenge/Response: RIDE / LIGHTNING +++++++++++++++++++ENDS+++++++++++++++++++
  7. OPORD HABASH III TO: A COY, 2 PARA BN. FROM: SILBOT, LT, OC 1 PLT, A COY, 2 PARA BN. SUBJECT: OPERATION HABASH III 302000ZAUG20 ++++++++++++++++++BEGINS++++++++++++++++++ I. PRELIMS TIME: 0400L 5th March 2012 WEATHER: Clear, light winds and temperatures between 10 and 20 degrees. CURRENT POS: FOB Budd, PB Ashworth, PB Leakey MAP DATA: Here TASK ORG; 10A: Lt Silbot 10B: Sgt Scarle 11C: Cpl Ainsley 12C: Cpl Joyce 13C: Cpl McPherson 41A: Cpl Cullen 43A: Pte Keeling 44A: LCpl Tasner W70: LCpl Pettersson 60A: TBC II. SITUATION After completing the initial phase of the company’s intent, the company is now deployed to patrol bases around the region. With the extended reach, all platoons will now commence ISR operations and build the intelligence package for the task force. The enemy efforts have been unsuccessful in interfering with our mission and are expected to be less intense and organized. This is in line with the overall plan for phase two. I GROUND In General: Asadabad is mostly a dry area, with some agricultural green zones along Kunar river,surrounded by the many mountain ranges rising above the province. The area has some larger more populated towns along with many smaller villages on the outskirts with little population easy for the Taliban to extort and claim a foothold. The road network is decent due to the many smugglers using the province as a safe haven to transport drugs, weapons and people. In Detail: We are deploying to the capital of Kunar province, Asadabad and will be setting up in camps north west of the town by the Pech river. Our main base will be FOB BUDD located close to a larger populated town, in order to assist all friendly forces in the province. The maneuver elements of the company will be located at PB Ashworth and PB Leakey on the mountains surrounding FOB Budd, in order to close the gap between coalition troops and locals. II ENEMY FORCES Known & Suspected En. Positions: Intelligence suggests there are multiple insurgency headquarters and training facilities in the province, but no exact location has been established. Intelligence suggests an enemy hideout in the western part of 1 platoons sector. Strength: J2 assesses up to thousands across the province, of which several hundred are expected to be in our AO. Morale: Moderate Weaponry: AK and Soviet Era weaponry in use. Depending on the contents being smuggled across the border, more advanced weapons are to be expected. US naval special warfare confirms that they have encountered Soviet era static emplacements during operations in the area. Caliber up to 12.7mm and RPG/STRELA Missiles. IDF: Mortars, unknown number and kind. Vehicles: Mainly Civilian vehicles adapted with Soviet Era Weaponry. Aircraft: None. Air Threat: Moderate. Soviet STRELA missiles have been reported. Mine/IED Threat: MODERATE - General AO, HIGH - Areas of interest. III ENEMY INTENT To maintain control of the province and continue operations against coalition forces. IV FRIENDLY FORCES 2 Para, A company JHC 16CSMR 13AASR USMC provincial QRF V LOCAL FORCES ANP ANA VI ROE CARD ALPHA ‘424’ III. MISSION 1UP: Conduct ISR operations within platoon sectors in order to build an intelligence package of the region with actionable target data. Conduct reassurance patrols and HUMINT operations in the previously visited villages, in order to build intelligence for J3. IV. EXECUTION This will be a three(3) phase operation. INTENT Both troops will conduct patrols on foot in the near villages, building a positive relationship with the locals. We will find exploitable situations in which CIMIC can provide a service or resource that furthers our reputation in the sectors. The desired end state is an increase in local support, further intel about the area and enemy presence in general. PHASE I At 1945 Troop Alpha and Troop Bravo have formalized a plan, approved by 0A and will conduct a troop O-group in order to begin their patrol NLT 2000. TOCC will be active from 1945. PHASE II At H-hr (2000) Troop Alpha and Troop Bravo will step off from their PBs. Troop Alpha will focus their main effort on the village of KANDAR. Troop Bravo will focus their efforts on the villages of MAFARAZ and ZHAPIR. Actions on contact are to establish a sustainable fighting position then utilize CAS and IDF to achieve success. No civilian casualties, avoid damaging structures and personal property. PHASE III On completing the patrols, both troops must make their way back to the PB using an alternate route in order to counter any ambush or IEDs.. Actions on contact, break contact and maneuver back to the PB. CAS will be on standby. GUIDELINES All meetings must utilize force protection for both inner and outer security, it is expected that the enemy wants to interfere with our operations. 5/25 search on all stops extending 2 minutes. Avoid fighting within the village at all costs. Civilian casualties will result in mission failure. V. TIMINGS O-group: 1945 Radio check: 1955 Both troops to move: 2000 H-hour: 2000 VI. CSS Personnel: Appoint and bring a terp (IP). Dress: CEFO, MTP uniforms & PPE. Equipment: As per SOP. (COIN) <-That means bring valons and paint. Weapons: As per SOP. Ammo: As per SOP. Meds: CTM and CSMR. CCP/CAP: Role 2, FOB BUDD. POWs / Detainees: To be delivered to 40B VII. COMMAND AND SIGNAL i. Command: Lt Silbot (10A), Sgt Scarle (10B), LCpl Pettersson (W70), Pte Taylor (W73). ii. Signals: Ch1 1 Plt net, Ch2 2 Plt net, Ch3 3 Plt net, Ch4 4 Plt net, Ch5 Coy net, Ch6 Fires net, Ch7 Flight net (internal), Ch8 CAS net, Ch9 Flight utility net. Frequencies as per FST IC. iii. Challenge/Response: RIDE / LIGHTNING +++++++++++++++++++ENDS+++++++++++++++++++
  8. OPORD HABASH II TO: A COY, 2 PARA BN. FROM: SILBOT, LT, OC 1 PLT, A COY, 2 PARA BN. SUBJECT: OPERATION HABASH II 232000ZAUG20 ++++++++++++++++++BEGINS++++++++++++++++++ I. PRELIMS TIME: 0500L 4th March 2012 WEATHER: Clear, light winds and temperatures between 10 and 20 degrees. CURRENT POS: FOB Budd MAP DATA: Here TASK ORG; 10A: Lt Silbot 10B: Sgt Scarle 11C: Cpl Ainsley 12C: Cpl Joyce 13C: Cpl McPherson 41A: Cpl Cullen 43A: Pte Keeling 44A: LCpl Tasner W70: LCpl Pettersson II. SITUATION British armed forces deploy to the mountainous region north west of Asadabad in an effort to disrupt Taliban activity in the area. The mountains have provided a safe haven for insurgency cells and training camps for a long time with funding, equipment and young men willing to fight against the west, consistently flowing across the Pakistani border. In a recent increase in attacks on local forces, NATO are launching a task force to push the Taliban out of the region. Since no coalition force has shown an extended presence in the area, it has left the region out of the fight, posing a great concern in coalition efforts to win over the local population as an increase in NATO troops would put their families at risk. I GROUND In General: Asadabad is mostly a dry area, with some agricultural green zones along Kunar river,surrounded by the many mountain ranges rising above the province. The area has some larger more populated towns along with many smaller villages on the outskirts with little population easy for the Taliban to extort and claim a foothold. The road network is decent due to the many smugglers using the province as a safe haven to transport drugs, weapons and people. In Detail: We are deploying to the capital of Kunar province, Asadabad and will be setting up in camps north west of the town by the Pech river. Our main base will be FOB BUDD located close to a larger populated town, in order to assist all friendly forces in the province. The maneuver elements of the company will be located at PB Ashworth and PB Leakey on the mountains surrounding FOB Budd, in order to close the gap between coalition troops and locals. II ENEMY FORCES Known & Suspected En. Positions: Intelligence suggests there are multiple insurgency headquarters and training facilities in the province, but no exact location has been established. Strength: J2 assesses up to thousands across the province, of which several hundred are expected to be in our AO . Morale: High Weaponry: AK and Soviet Era weaponry in use. Depending on the contents being smuggled across the border, more advanced weapons are to be expected. US naval special warfare confirm that they have encountered Soviet era static emplacements during operations in the area. Caliber up to 12.7mm and RPG/STRELA Missiles. IDF: Mortars, unknown number and kind. Vehicles: Mainly Civilian vehicles adapted with Soviet Era Weaponry. Aircraft: None. Air Threat: Moderate. Soviet STRELA missiles have been reported. Mine/IED Threat: MODERATE - General AO, HIGH - Areas of interest. III ENEMY INTENT To maintain control of the province and continue operations against coalition forces. IV FRIENDLY FORCES 2 Para, A company JHC 16CSMR 13AASR USMC provincial QRF V LOCAL FORCES ANP ANA VI ROE CARD ALPHA ‘424’ III. MISSION 1UP: Deploy to Kunar province and disrupt insurgency cells while gaining local support in the province, in order to deny the insurgencies operational capability. Extend operational capability to PB ASHWORTH and PB LEAKEY, in order to conduct disruption and reassurance patrols in the remote areas of the province. IV. EXECUTION This will be a four(4) phase operation. OOM TROOP ALPHA A1-1 (Ridgeback) A4-1 (Husky) A4-4B (Medical Ridgeback) TROOP BRAVO A1-3 (Ridgeback) A1-2 (Ridgeback) A4-4C (Medical Ridgeback) (The amount of vehicles per section depends on the number of bods in the section) PHASE I At 1945 Troop Alpha and Troop Bravo will stock up on supplies and support weapons from 4/3 while all Charlie callsigns will attend O-group in the TOCC. All W, 4-4 and 0 callsigns to attend the O-group. PHASE II At H-hr (2000) Troop Alpha and Troop Bravo will step off from FOB BUDD. Troop Alpha will pass RV A1-A8 to PB ASHWORTH while Troop Bravo will pass RV B1-B7 to PB LEAKEY. Actions on contact are to fight through, however no vehicle can be left behind. PHASE III On arrival both Troops will set up defenses at their respective PBs in order to establish immediate force protection. Concurrent, both troops will be provided with additional supplies on their own request, courtesy of 4/3 and JHC. Actions on contact, defend the PB. CAS will be on standby. PHASE IV Both troops will conduct patrols in the vicinity of the PBs in order to establish basic knowledge of the surrounding terrain, ambitions for these patrols are low. Actions on contact is to break contact and fall back to the PB, no personnel can be left behind. GUIDELINES VP checks on all roads and paths, everything is concidered RED. 5/25 search on all stops extending 2 minutes. Vehicles that cannot be recovered will be destroyed. 2 Plt have had a hell of a fight trying to get these PBs built, expect the enemy to pick a fight. V. TIMINGS O-group: 1945 Radio check: 1959 Both troops ready to move: 2000 H-hour: 2000 VI. CSS Dress: CEFO, MTP uniforms & PPE. Equipment: As per SOP. (COIN) <-That means bring valons and paint. Weapons: As per SOP. Ammo: As per SOP. Meds: CTM and CSMR. CCP/CAP: Role 2, FOB BUDD. POWs / Detainees: To be delivered to 40B VII. COMMAND AND SIGNAL i. Command: Lt Silbot (10A), Sgt Scarle (10B), LCpl Pettersson (W70), Cpl Cullen (41A). ii. Signals: Ch1 1 Plt net, Ch2 2 Plt net, Ch3 3 Plt net, Ch4 4 Plt net, Ch5 Coy net, Ch6 Fires net, Ch7 Flight net (internal), Ch8 CAS net, Ch9 Flight utility net. Frequencies as per FST IC. iii. Challenge/Response: SEEK / DESTROY
  9. OPORD HABASH I TO: A COY, 2 PARA BN. FROM: SILBOT, LT, OC 1 PLT, A COY, 2 PARA BN. SUBJECT: OPERATION HABASH I 162000ZAUG20 ++++++++++++++++++BEGINS++++++++++++++++++ I. PRELIMS TIME: 1000L 3rd March 2012 WEATHER: Clear, light winds and temperatures between 10 and 20 degrees. CURRENT POS: Asadabad, Afghanistan MAP DATA: - TASK ORG; 10A: Lt Silbot 10B: Sgt Scarle 11C: Cpl Ainsley 12C: Cpl Joyce 13C: Cpl McPherson 41A: Cpl Cullen 43A: Pte Keeling 44A: LCpl Tasner W70: LCpl Pettersson II. SITUATION British armed forces deploy to the mountainous region north west of Asadabad in an effort to disrupt Taliban activity in the area. The mountains have provided a safe haven for insurgency cells and training camps for a long time with funding, equipment and young men willing to fight against the west, consistently flowing across the Pakistani border. In a recent increase in attacks on local forces, NATO are launching a task force to push the Taliban out of the region. Since no coalition force has shown an extended presence in the area, it has left the region out of the fight, posing a great concern in coalition efforts to win over the local population as an increase in NATO troops would put their families at risk. I GROUND In General: Asadabad is mostly a dry area, with some agricultural green zones along Kunar river,surrounded by the many mountain ranges rising above the province. The area has some larger more populated towns along with many smaller villages on the outskirts with little population easy for the Taliban to extort and claim a foothold. The road network is decent due to the many smugglers using the province as a safe haven to transport drugs, weapons and people. In Detail: We are deploying to the capital of Kunar province, Asadabad and will be setting up in camps north west of the town by the Pech river. Our main base will be FOB BUDD located close to a larger populated town, in order to assist all friendly forces in the province. The maneuver elements of the company will be located at PB Ashworth and PB Leakey on the mountains surrounding FOB Budd, in order to close the gap between coalition troops and locals. II ENEMY FORCES Known & Suspected En. Positions: Intelligence suggests there are multiple insurgency headquarters and training facilities in the province, but no exact location has been established. Strength: J2 assesses up to thousands across the province, of which several hundred are expected to be in our AO . Morale: High Weaponry: AK and Soviet Era weaponry in use. Depending on the contents being smuggled across the border, more advanced weapons are to be expected. US naval special warfare confirm that they have encountered Soviet era static emplacements during operations in the area. Caliber up to 12.7mm and RPG/STRELA Missiles. IDF: Unknown. Vehicles: Mainly Civilian vehicles adapted with Soviet Era Weaponry. Aircraft: None. Air Threat: Moderate. Soviet STRELA missiles have been reported. Mine/IED Threat: LOW - General AO, MODERATE - Areas of interest. III ENEMY INTENT To maintain control of the province and continue operations against coalition forces. IV FRIENDLY FORCES 2 Para, A company JHC 16CSMR 13AASR USMC provincial QRF V LOCAL FORCES ANP ANA VI ROE CARD ALPHA ‘424’ III. MISSION 1UP: Deploy to Kunar province and disrupt insurgency cells while gaining local support in the province, in order to deny the insurgencies operational capability. Establish a main base at FOB Budd and prepare to extend operational capability to patrol bases in the area, in order to conduct disruption and reassurance patrols. IV. EXECUTION This will be a four(4) phase operation. OOM A1-3 (Ridgeback) A4-1 (Husky) A1-0 (Panther) W7-0 (Foxhound) A4-4 (Medical Ridgeback) A1-1 (Ridgeback) A4-3 (MAN 6x6) A1-2 (Ridgeback) (The amount of vehicles per section depends on the number of bods in the section) PHASE I All of 1 Platoon and attachments will form up on the taxiway in accordance with the order of march NLT H-hour. PHASE II 1 Platoon will step off from the Air base and advance towards FOB BUDD. Following the RV 01 through RV 12- Actions on contact are to fight through, however no vehicle can be left behind. PHASE III Plt HQ and FST will link up with 2 Platoon HQ in the TOCC at FOB BUDD while the rest of 1 Platoon set up all around defense in the towers and along the walls. Areas of responsibility will be given in field. 4/4 will set up at Role 2. 4/3 will set up at the depot. Actions on contact, defend the FOB. PHASE IV 1 Platoon will take over force protection from 2 Platoon and hold the FOB while they deploy to their PB. The platoon is expected to hold the base until relieved by 3 Platoon (Estimated 13 hours). GUIDELINES VP checks on all roads and paths considered RED. 5/25 search on all stops extending 2 minutes. Vehicles that cannot be recovered will be destroyed. V. TIMINGS O-group: 1940 Radio check: 1950 Platoon formed up NLT: 2000 H-hour: 2000 VI. CSS Dress: CEFO, MTP uniforms & PPE. Equipment: As per SOP. (COIN) <-That means bring valons and paint. Weapons: As per SOP. Ammo: As per SOP. Meds: CTM and CSMR. CCP/CAP: Role 2, FOB BUDD. POWs / Detainees: To be delivered to 40B VII. COMMAND AND SIGNAL i. Command: Lt Silbot (10A), Sgt Scarle (10B), LCpl Pettersson (W70), Cpl Cullen (41A). ii. Signals: Ch1 1 Plt net, Ch2 2 Plt net, Ch3 3 Plt net, Ch4 4 Plt net, Ch5 Coy net, Ch6 Fires net, Ch7 Flight net (internal), Ch8 CAS net, Ch9 Flight utility net. Frequencies as per FST IC. iii. Challenge/Response: SEEK / DESTROY
  10. A/1 + 4/1 + 4/4 TSV HUSKY Plt HQ + W7 IVECO CLV PANTHER 4/3 MAN 4x4 Vehicle loadouts will change after this operation, as our modpack is enriched.
  11. OPORD HR III (FINEX) TO: A COY, 2 PARA BN. FROM: SILBOT, LT, OC 1 PLT, A COY, 2 PARA BN. SUBJECT: HR III 092000ZAUG20 ++++++++++++++++++BEGINS++++++++++++++++++ I. PRELIMS TIME: 0600L 9th August 2020 WEATHER: Clear, light wind CURRENT POS: United Sahrani, where ever TASK ORG; 10A: Lt Silbot 10B: Sgt Scarle 11C: Cpl Ainsley 12C: Cpl Joyce 13C: Cpl McPherson 41A: Cpl Cullen 43A: Pte Keeling 44A: LCpl Tasner W70: LCpl Pettersson II. SITUATION Enemy forces: Smaller groups of insurgents that resemble Taliban Small arms, RPGs and IEDs Known to conduct ambushes Friendly forces: A Coy conduct final exercise before deploying to Afghanistan. 1 Plt and 4 Plt + JHC III. MISSION 2 UP: A Coy 2 Para will long range patrols to gather HUMINT of the AO. 1 UP: 1 Plt will advance north in two seperate troops to gather HUMINT from the remote villages HUNAPU and IXEL in order to map out enemy activity in the northern regions. IV. EXECUTION This will be a 5 phase operation OOM Bert troop A1-2 A1-0, W7-0, W7-3 A4-3 A4-4 A1-3 Ernie troop A1-1 A10B, W7-1, W7-2 A4-4 A4-1 Phase 1 All of 1 Plt will step off from the FUP at H-hour, advancing by vehicle at green road to the break off point. Ernie will take point followed by Bert, A1-1C will be convoy lead for this move. [Training notes: The low level of threat and available road network allow for speeds up to 70-80km/h, be cautious of desync] Phase 2 At the break off point Bert will divert west and continue advancing along the coast toward HUNAPU. Ernie will remain on the MSR and continue north toward IXEL. After the break off point we leave the green zone and all roads are concidered red. A1-2C will be convoy lead for Berts next movement. Actions on Contact, fight through. 1 Plt holds priority over JHC and CAS is available on TIC Contact IED, hold firm conduct 4C. Rotary wing CASEVAC is available. [Training notes: The change in threat level requires VP-checks and 5/25, speeds should account for ability to detect ground signs.] Phase 3 Short of the objectives each troop will J-hook off the road and form a troop harbour where HQ and 4 Platoon elements will form all around defence. (exception A4-1) The troop harbours will also make up the CCP. [Training notes: Troop harbour looks the same as platoon harbour, arrange the vehicles so that you are able to fight from the position.] Phase 4 Combat elements of Bert troop will continue patrol on foot toward HUNAPU and look for a compound with a two story stone building in the south west side of town. Combat elements of Ernie troop will continue patrol on foot toward IXEL and look for a one story white building in a heavily vegetated compound with stone walls. Actions on Break contact and regroup at the troop harbour. Phase 5 Once the objective buildings have been located both troops will look for the village elder and gather HUMINT in order to map out enemy activity in the northern region. This will be done with one section in outer cordon and one section in inner cordon. Actions on Fight from current position until enemy force has been destroyed, CAS is available on TIC. [Training notes: Remember to make the conversation about the person you are interviewing, get them active and talking before asking the difficult questions. Do not forget the purpose of your meet, intelligence is everything.] V. TIMINGS Radio check: 1950 Platoon formed up NLT: 1955 H-hour: 2000 VI. CSS Dress: CEFO, MTP uniforms & PPE. Equipment: As per SOP. (COIN) <-That means bring valons and paint. Weapons: As per SOP. Ammo: As per SOP. Meds: CTM and CSMR. CCP/CAP: Unknown. POWs / Detainees: NIL VII. COMMAND AND SIGNAL i. Command: Lt Silbot (10A), Sgt Scarle (10B), LCpl Pettersson (W70), Cpl Cullen (41A). ii. Signals: Ch1 Plt net, Ch 4 Log net, Ch5 Coy net, Ch6 Fires net Ch7 Flight net. Frequencies as per FST IC. iii. Challenge/Response: Mike Echo / Mike Echo
  12. Reserved. J2: NIL J3: NIL Operation orders: NIL
  13. Operation Habash named after the great stallion of the Turkestan plains, will bring A Coy to a war torn Afghanistan in an attempt to retake a critical region of the country held by the Taliban.
  14. Fighting from static positions, aka planet earth
  15. WARNO HR II section drills TO: A COY, 2 PARA BN. FROM: SILBOT, LT, OC 1 PLT, A COY, 2 PARA BN. SUBJECT: HR II 022000ZAUG20 ++++++++++++++++++BEGINS++++++++++++++++++ I. PRELIMS TIME: 0900L 2nd August 2020 WEATHER: Clear, light wind CURRENT POS: Copehill down, England TASK ORG; 10A: Lt Silbot 10B: Sgt Scarle 11C: Cpl Ainsley 12C: Cpl Joyce 13C: Cpl McPherson 41A: Cpl Cullen 44A: A/LCpl Tasner II. SITUATION A Coy conduct pre-deployment training at Copehill down. III. MISSION 2 UP: A Coy 2 Para will conduct COIN training. 1 UP: 1 Plt will conduct section training in order to gain the necessary skillset for COIN operations. IV. EXECUTION OOM 0 1/1 1/2 1/3 4/1 4/3 4/4 7/1 Phase 1 All of 1 Plt will be in the main briefing room for C-IED training. JHC owns the terrain north of Copehill for CAS training, Phase 2 Rotational based section training system will take 1 platoon and parts of 4 platoon through vehicle drills and static fighting. JHC will be training together with elements of 4 platoon. Scheme of maneuver: VI. ORDERS GROUP Time: 1945GMT VII. CSS Dress: CEFO, MTP uniforms & PPE. Equipment: As per SOP. (C-IED equipment will be provided) Weapons: As per SOP. Ammo: As per SOP. Meds: CTM and CSMR. CCP/CAP: Unknown. POWs / Detainees: NIL VIII. COMMAND AND SIGNAL i. Command: Lt Silbot (10A), Sgt Scarle (10B), Cpl Ainsley (11C), Cpl Cullen (41A). ii. Signals: Ch1 Plt net, Ch 4 Log net, Ch5 Coy net, Ch6 Fires net Ch7 Flight net. Frequencies as per FST IC. iii. Challenge/Response: Mike Echo / Mike Echo
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