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  1. After President Leopoldo Galtieri authorized the invasion of the British Falkland Islands, Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher has ordered the assembly of a naval task force to retake the islands.
  2. After President Leopoldo Galtieri authorized the invasion of the British Falkland Islands, Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher has ordered the assembly of a naval task force to retake the islands.
  3. After President Leopoldo Galtieri authorized the invasion of the British Falkland Islands, Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher has ordered the assembly of a naval task force to retake the islands.
  4. Lt Silbot

    HOME ROTATION I

    A Coy returns to the United Kingdom and possibly discovers time travel. Night One TIME: 20:00 - 23:00 Location: Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire, England Training: Breaking Contact, Section Battle Drills, Basic Urban Stands Section ITC Staff Training Stand One 1/1 Cpl Ainsley Section breaking contact Stand Two 1/2 A/LCpl Peto Section battle drill Stand Three 1/3 Pte Coxson Basic Urban Flight JHC Sqn Ldr Searle Sling roping cargo Fast balling cargo in rotary Fast roping FAC Training for Apache FST Training Moving in and out of a live battle FSG FSG Cpl Cullen GPMG training Mortar 81 & 60 mm AT Javelin training FST FST Working Flight & FSG 13ASR 13ASR Learning the new logistics man trucks. 16 CSMR 16 CSMR A/LCpl Tasner Medical training Training CTMs HQ HQ A/LCpl Rabbit Briefing Then to join the sections
  5. The first operation will extend until Phase 5. We will then continue the operation the sunday after starting from Phase 5.
  6. TO: A COY, 2 PARA BN. FROM: SILBOT, LT, OC 1 PLT, A COY, 2 PARA BN. SUBJECT: OPERATION LYNX VI 172000ZMAY20 ++++++++++++++++++BEGINS++++++++++++++++++ I. PRELIMS TIME: 0700L 12 JANUARY 2020 WEATHER: Clear skies CURRENT POS: Murmashi, Russia 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 After breaking the Russian advance, NATO forces launch a counter attack across the Russian borders. Making the main effort to cripple the Russian machine by controlling Murmansk, St Petersburg and Moscow. As NATO forces push into Russia, A Coy have been tasked to disrupt the supply chains in depth, complicating the Russian efforts to defend against the main force. 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment will support UK forces with rotary wing assets, including light weight gunships. i. GROUND In General: The area surrounding Murmansk is a mix of forests, fields and rivers, similar to what you would encounter on your average Sunday stroll. Murmashi is divided by a large river that runs parallel to the main road networks and railways. In Detail: We will paradrop into Murmashi close to the river and focus our main effort on vital positions along the river, main road and railway. US rotary wing support will be available on call throughout the entire operation. ii. ENEMY FORCES Known & Suspected En. Positions: The Russians are frequently using the road and railway to transport troops and materials. They also have crucial installations in the area that directly support their military operations. Strength: Assessed as approximately 1 Mechanized Infantry Battalion strength although an unknown number of support units are to be expected. Morale: Moderate. Weaponry: Modern Russian equipment, including equipment from the RATNIK program: AK-12s, PKPs, Modernized RPKs, etc. Caliber up to 12.5mm. IDF: Unknown. Vehicles: The Russians have a limited amount of light armoured vehicles and wheeled IFVs. Aircraft: Russian rotary air units support their forces on the ground. Mine/IED Threat: LOW. iii. ENEMY INTENT To continue preparation and sustainability of military operations. iv. FRIENDLY FORCES A Coy 160th SOAR III. MISSION Conduct direct action operations on Russian installments in order to disrupt the enemy supply chains. IV. OWN MAIN EFFORT This will be a 7 phase operation! Phase 1 1 Plt will paradrop into the region and regroup the platoon in the woodline south west of the drop zone. Phase 2 4/1 and 1/2 will INFIL via the second INFIL point across the river where the water is shallow enough to cross, then set up in the woodline north of OBJ WATERLOO in order to provide support by fire during the platoon assault. 1/1 and 1/3 will INFIL via the bridge at INFIL point one and carry out an assault on OBJ WATERLOO with support from 4/1 and 1/2. 4/4 will establish supply lines via INFIL point one as soon as friendly forces have captured the far bank. 7/0 to open an HLS for 4/4, as well as provide rotary wing CAS for 1 Plt elements during the assault. Phase 3. 1/3 will then proceed to capture OBJ DANCING QUEEN (The railroad bridge) and destroy the bridge in order to deny the enemy railway connections. 4/1 and 1/2 will continue the assault with support from 1/1 and capture OBJ MONEY MONEY. Phase 4 Once OBJ MONEY MONEY is secured, 4/1 and 1/2 will set up an ambush along the MSR utilizing the defilade at the edge of town. 1/1 and 1/3 will establish a stop line south of the ambush location, making sure that the enemy force cannot push through. 4/4 will conduct resupply and CASEVACs throughout the entire assault. Phase 5 1 Plt will regroup by the radio tower and prepare for the next phase in the assault. Additional QBOs will be given prior to the next phase. Phase 6 4/1 and 1/3 will head south in force reconnaissance toward OBJ SUPER TROUPER until established contact with the enemy garrison. As soon as they have fixed the enemy in contact, 1/2 and 1/1 will make a flanking maneuver left and assault the enemy from east to west. Expect the enemy to have vehicles and fighting positions, speed is key, taking out the enemy forces before they can man their positions. Reorg on position after the objective has been secure. Phase 7 1 Plt will launch a deliberate attack on the enemy HQ at OBJ WINNER TAKES IT ALL. 4/1 and 1/1 will move on the ground to set up in the woodline outside while 1/2 and 1/3 will INFIL via rotary wing callsign and fast rope onto the parking lot. As soon as the helicopters are overhead 4/1 and 1/1 will launch their assault. Guidelines The enemy does not expect us, we will use our sensors and element of surprise to do as much damage as possible on our own initiative. Hit them hard and hit them fast! Resupplies should be called in advance to the utmost extent so that we can minimize reorg times. VI. ORDERS GROUP Time: 2010GMT Location: DZ VII. CSS Dress: CEFO, MTP uniforms & PPE. Equipment: Explosives, Strobes, IR chemlights, LRF. Weapons: As per SOP. Ammo: As per SOP. Meds: CTM and CSMR. CCP/CAP: Unknown. POWs / Detainees: No prisoners will be taken. VIII. COMMAND AND SIGNAL i. Command: Lt Silbot (10A), Sgt Scarle (10B), Cpl Ainsley (11C), Cpl Cullen (41A). ii. Signals: 148/117 Channels; 1 Plt Net Channel 1, 2 Plt Net Channel 2, 3 Plt Net Channel 3, Logistics Net Channel 4, Coy Net Channel 5, Fires Net Channel 6, Flight Net Channel 7. iii. Challenge/Response: Alpha Bravo / Bravo Alpha ++++++++++++++++++ENDS++++++++++++++++++
  7. A Coy paradrop into Russia and conduct direct action operations against Russian forces.
  8. A Coy paradrop into Russia and conduct direct action operations against Russian forces.
  9. TO: A COY, 2 PARA BN. FROM: SILBOT, LT, OC 1 PLT, A COY, 2 PARA BN. SUBJECT: OPERATION LYNX V 102000ZMAY20 ++++++++++++++++++BEGINS++++++++++++++++++ I. PRELIMS TIME: 0700L 10 November 2020 WEATHER: Clear skies CURRENT POS: Oulu, Finland 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 After the Russian attack on northern Europe, local forces diverted the attacking force towards the east. While the initial defensive operations were successful, parts of the Russian forces managed to break through the lines in Finland. As Finnish and Norwegian forces continue to fight the Russians to the north, Swedish and UK forces make an effort to stop the Russian advance on VT7, around Oulu, in order to deny them a supply route to the frontlines. Local forces will provide air-, artillery and logistical support. 22 hours of fighting the Russian advance, friendly forces are now on the attack. As local forces launch a counter attack, A Coy will attack enemy strategic positions in depth. i. GROUND In General: OULU is a coastal town surrounded by forrests and coastline. The VT7 main road goes through the town which is divided by a large river. We are facing dramatic weather changes with strong winds and temperatures around 0 degrees. The terrain mostly consists of dense forests, road networks and rough coastlines. To our advantage the river limits the enemy avenue of approach and sets us up with a coordinated line of defense. In Detail: We will conduct sabotage operations in depth. Swedish and finnish air force squadrons will fly sorties against identified enemy forces and keep the air clear of enemy aircraft. ii. ENEMY FORCES Known & Suspected En. Positions: The Russians are attacking from the north and will be forced to use the river crossings in order to continue south. They will be channeled during their crossing. Strength: Assessed as approximately 1 Marine Infantry Battalions strength although an unknown number of support units are to be expected. Morale: High. Weaponry: Modern Russian equipment, including equipment from the RATNIK program: AK-12s, PKPs, Modernized RPKs, etc. Caliber up to 12.5mm. IDF: 60mm mortars. Vehicles: The Russians have a large amount of BTR90s, BRDMs, BMPs, and other armored and light vehicles. Aircraft: Russian rotary air units support their forces on the ground. Mine/IED Threat: LOW. iii. ENEMY INTENT To open supply lines to enable an assault on HELSINKI. iv. FRIENDLY FORCES A Coy 213th Fighter squadron based at the main Airbase 41st Armoured Bn based on the southern bank 92nd Artillery Bn 1. Ilmatorjuntapatteri based in KEMPELE 20th Amphibious Bn expected to reach OULU in 24 hours As well as smaller units in supporting roles III. MISSION Sabotage strategic positions in depth in order to weaken the enemy force so the main force can break through. IV. OWN MAIN EFFORT This will be a 4 phase operation! Phase 1 1 Plt will infil via the sea, courtesy of 20th amphibious battalion. All sections to each board two boats, manning the guns with the section 2IC. Phase 2 1/1 and 1/2 will be landing to the left and make a rapid assault on the radio tower position. 4/1 and 1/3 will be landing to the right and make a rapid assault on the unknown enemy position. EJ02 will be attached to 1/3. EJ01 will be attached to 1/1. Phase 3 Once both positions are taken, 1 Plt will continue north towards the MSR. 4/1 and 1/3 will support 1/1 and 1/2 crossing and assault on objectives north of the MSR. Phase 4 Once the objectives have been taken out, 1 Plt will ambush enemy forces along the MSR. Guidelines We move in with forces and ride the momentum for as long as we can. In order for us to maintain said momentum all section ICs must make swift decisions on the go and work actively to fullfil the mission. VI. ORDERS GROUP Time: 2005GMT Location: VIROJOKI VII. CSS Dress: CEFO, MTP uniforms & PPE. Equipment: Explosives, LRF, entrenching tools. Weapons: As per SOP. Ammo: As per SOP. Meds: CTM and CSMR. CCP/CAP: Unknown. POWs / Detainees: No prisoners will be taken. VIII. COMMAND AND SIGNAL i. Command: Lt Silbot (10A), Sgt Scarle (10B), Cpl Ainsley (11C), Cpl Cullen (41A). ii. Signals: 148/117 Channels; 1 Plt Net Channel 1, 2 Plt Net Channel 2, 3 Plt Net Channel 3, Logistics Net Channel 4, Coy Net Channel 5, Fires Net Channel 6, Flight Net Channel 7. iii. Challenge/Response: Sierra Victor / Echo November ++++++++++++++++++ENDS++++++++++++++++++
  10. Lt Silbot

    OPERATION LYNX V

    A Coy destroy enemy positions in depth in an effort to help the main attack
  11. A Coy hold OULU along the canal to break the enemy attack and allow for a counter attack.
  12. OPORD OPERATION LYNX IV TO: A COY, 2 PARA BN. FROM: SILBOT, LT, OC 1 PLT, A COY, 2 PARA BN. SUBJECT: OPERATION LYNX IV 032000ZMAY20 ++++++++++++++++++BEGINS++++++++++++++++++ I. PRELIMS TIME: 0600L 09 November 2020 WEATHER: Clear skies, light fog CURRENT POS: Oulu, Finland 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 After the Russian attack on northern Europe, local forces diverted the attacking force towards the east. While the initial defensive operations were successful, parts of the Russian forces managed to break through the lines in Finland. As Finnish and Norwegian forces continue to fight the Russians to the north, Swedish and UK forces make an effort to stop the Russian advance on VT7, around Oulu, in order to deny them a supply route to the frontlines. Local forces will provide air-, artillery and logistical support. After 1 Plt and 2 Plt conducted defensive operations, A Coy will make the main effort to stop the enemy advance in VIROJOKI. i. GROUND In General: OULU is a coastal town surrounded by forrests and coastline. The VT7 main road goes through the town which is divided by a large river. We are facing dramatic weather changes with strong winds and temperatures around 0 degrees. The terrain mostly consists of dense forests, road networks and rough coastlines. To our advantage the river limits the enemy avenue of approach and sets us up with a coordinated line of defense. In Detail: We will conduct defensive operations along the canal in VIROJOKI. Swedish air force squadrons will fly sorties against identified enemy forces and keep the air clear of enemy aircraft. ii. ENEMY FORCES Known & Suspected En. Positions: The Russians are attacking from the north and will be forced to use the river crossings in order to continue south. They will be channeled during their crossing. Strength: Assessed as approximately 2 Marine Infantry Battalions strength although an unknown number of support units are to be expected. Morale: High. Weaponry: Modern Russian equipment, including equipment from the RATNIK program: AK-12s, PKPs, Modernized RPKs, etc. Caliber up to 12.5mm. IDF: 60mm mortars. Vehicles: The Russians have a large amount of BTR90s, BRDMs, BMPs, and other armored and light vehicles. Aircraft: Russian rotary air units support their forces on the ground. Mine/IED Threat: LOW. iii. ENEMY INTENT To open supply lines to enable an assault on HELSINKI. iv. FRIENDLY FORCES A Coy 213th Fighter squadron based at the main Airbase 41st Armoured Bn based on the southern bank 92nd Artillery Bn 1. Ilmatorjuntapatteri based in KEMPELE 20th Amphibious Bn expected to reach OULU in 24 hours As well as smaller units in supporting roles III. MISSION Hold line 42 (the canal) in order to stop the enemy advance and deny him use of VT7. IV. OWN MAIN EFFORT This will be a 3 phase operation! Phase 1 1 Plt will set up in defensive positions in sector ASGAARD along the canal. 3 Plt will be to our north in sector MIDGAARD while 2 Plt will act as the maneuver element. Phase 2 1/1 will hold bridge ANA, 4/1 will hold bridge ASTRID while 1/2 and 1/3 hold bridge ASLAUG and VT7. EJ02 will be attached to 1/3. Ghost sqn will conduct strikes on bridge ALVA and local forces will hold bridge ÅSE. Phase 3 Once the enemy advance is broken 1 Plt will support a counter attack by local forces. Guidelines We cannot let enemy forces gain a foothold on our river bank, communication is key and any broken position in our lines must immediately be reinforced. This is the enemy's main effort and we can expect all of their supporting arms to be in this fight, prepare your defensive positions so that you can withstand indirect fire as well as direct fire from all levels. VI. ORDERS GROUP Time: 2010GMT Location: VIROJOKI VII. CSS Dress: CEFO, MTP uniforms & PPE. Equipment: Explosives, LRF, entrenching tools. Weapons: As per SOP. Ammo: As per SOP. Meds: CTM and CSMR. CCP/CAP: Located at the arena. POWs / Detainees: No prisoners will be taken. VIII. COMMAND AND SIGNAL i. Command: Lt Silbot (10A), Sgt Scarle (10B), Cpl Ainsley (11C), Cpl Cullen (41A). ii. Signals: 148/117 Channels; 1 Plt Net Channel 1, 2 Plt Net Channel 2, 3 Plt Net Channel 3, Logistics Net Channel 4, Coy Net Channel 5, Fires Net Channel 6, Flight Net Channel 7. iii. Challenge/Response: Sierra Victor / Echo November ++++++++++++++++++ENDS++++++++++++++++++
  13. Last operation continues..
  14. We need to retexture our parachutes, but otherwise pretty epic drop!
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