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  1. As per Silbots command. 1/1 requested changes to FOB SKUA
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    ADMIN INTREP Chromite II

    INTREP Chromite II
  14. All nominated Section interpreters please read the following; Notes for Sct 'terps'
  15. INTREP TO: A COY 2 PARA BN FROM: LYNCH, CAPT, 16 AA BDE HQ INT CELL. SUBJECT: INT BRIEF OPERATION CHROMITE 2017 ++++++++++++++BEGINS++++++++++++++++ Enemy Strength: Estimated to be Platoon strength but dispersed into cells across the AO. The enemy are more active in the outlying towns and villages. Enemy Morale: Fair Enemy Uniforms/Dress: Mix of civilian and military clothing. Weapons: Small arms and RPGs have been used against the Yorkshire Regt, however there have been a number of successful finds recovering arms and ammunition and small quantities of explosives. Attacks have dwindled since these finds. The J2 assessment is that this is due to material attrition and a local lack of popular support for the insurgency. Vehicles: No armed vehicles have been reported in 6 months. Aircraft: None Air Threat: Currently assessed as SA, HMG and RPG’s. No dedicated AA weapons have been reported in a few years. IED/Mine Threat: LOW: IED contact is unlikely however remain alert to the threat. CIVPOP: The population throughout the AO is friendly to neutral. The Yorkshires carried on the good work of their Dutch predecessors and the hearts and minds policy has been paying off. Attacks are down and are less serious when they do happen. Information is coming in much more readily too. HUMINT: The TNP has access to a number of HUMINT sources at a local and provincial level and information frequently filters down to the brigade cells allowing us to plan searches and raids. It can't be stressed enough that careful treatment of the local populace has brought us to this point. Long may it continue. KNOWN PLAYERS: The following are known players wanted by the TNP, their visages are on the wall boards: Awn Ali Mohammed [CLEVER ROBIN]- Regional Commander. ***:Unconfirmed *** Presumed deceased in US Drone strike xx/xx/xx Oan Ali Mohammed [EQUAL FOX], Deputy Command and Operations Commander. Responsible for planning and executing a large number of Takiban operations against ISAF. Fowzi Nejad [SILENT SPECTATOR], Wanted in connection with the murder of Dutch troops in Nov 2016. Shakir Abdullah Radhil [QUICK HAMMER]. Wanted in connection with the murder of Dutch troops in Nov 2016. These guys are strongly suspected of being players: Shakir Sultan Said from Feruz Abed, Known assoc of CLEVER ROBIN, QUICK HAMMER and SILENT SPECTATOR. Suspected of being involved in attack on Fez Abad Nov 2016 Themir Moammed Hussein from Falar. Known assoc of QUICK HAMMER. **** Possibly killed in drone strike xx/11/17 **** Makki Hanoun Ali from Garmsar. Suspected courier for CLEVER ROBIN. Also suspected of involvement in punishment beatings and shootings. CONCLUSION: The overall J2 Assessment is that the AO is stable and under government control. The utmost care should be exercised in dealing with the locals as, with their help, this insurgency will be stopped All of the relevant information from this brief is duplicated in each patrol house and you will all receive a local brief from the outgoing section commanders at your Patrol Base. ++++++++++++++ENDS++++++++++++++++
  16. Op WATCHTOWER Task Org Gentlemen, Given current manning levels I want us to do a quick piece of organisation around Op WATCHTOWER to ensure that we get the most out of it and we don’t have people languishing in under used roles. This is not/not a permanent re-org - it’s an effort to make sure that everybody knows their job before we show up on the night. Hopefully it’s also an opportunity to learn new skills and maybe get to know some different parts of the Unit. We’ll operate as a reinforced Platoon (or reduced Company, take your pick). As I described on Sunday my ideal is a minimum of two gun groups and a mortar group. To work properly each of those needs three men. These groups come under direct command from Pltn HQ - they are not attached to particular Squads but form separate manoeuvre elements. Signals will be essentially defunct. We should retain a Platoon Signaller to communicate with Bn HQ (ie DISTAFF) but inter-Platoon comms will be via voice or runners unless the scenario demands otherwise. Task Org In order of priority to fill HQ (4 pax = Cdr, 2IC, Pltn Sgt, Runner) Corpsmen (2 pax) First Squad (9 pax) Second Squad (9 pax) Third Squad (9 pax) Machine Gun Team Number 1 (3 pax) Machine Gun Team Number 2 (3 pax) Mortar Team (3 pax) Machine Gun Team Number 3 (3 pax) Fourth Squad - Pltn Reserve (9 pax) + Some Flight in ground attack mode for Op 1 only. That means to fully staff the Infantry (3 Squads, 1 Reserve Squad, 3 Machine Guns, 1 Mortar) we will need 54 pax. If we run without a Reserve Squad then we will need 45, or only 42 with two MG Teams. Given the current state of our ORBAT the second number should be easily achievable, and the first is certainly possible. But - this means that we do need to bear down on supernumaries and make sure that everyone knows in advance where to slot in. This will be particularly essential when it comes to Combat Op 1, where we will start already loaded into LCVPs and headed for the beach. Load Plan Standard Load Plan will be three LCVPs, four if we have a Reserve element: LCVP 1: First Squad; MG No 1; LCVP 2: Second Squad; MG No 3; HQ; Corpsmen; LCVP 3: Third Squad; MG No 2; LCVP 4: Fourth Squad; Mortar; OOM for LCVPs will be 1,2,3 in line abreast from left to right, 4 following and slightly to the rear right of 1. OOM Standard OOM for movement in column will be: 1st Sq, Gun 1; 2nd Sq; HQ; Corpsmen; Gun 3; Mortar; 3rd Sq; Gun 2; Fourth Sq. In line we will form, from left to right: 1st Sq, Gun 1; 2nd Sq; Gun 2; 3rd Sq. HQ; Gun 3 and Mortar will be at the Centre to the rear of 2nd Sq and 4th Sq will be echelon left or right of the HQ group, within hailing distance. We will need to be able to deploy rapidly from column to line. That will need drilling on Sunday. We may also use the same OOM to advance in parallel Squad columns, in which case Gun 1 will follow 1st Sq, Gun 2 will follow 3rd Sq and HQ, mortar and Gun 3 will follow 2nd Sq. 4th Sq will follow HQ. For ARD we will use SOP with addition of a Gun at every corner and a mortar plus Reserve Squad in the Centre. Gun No 3 will be sited between first and third Squad. Offensive Action Typical offensive action in close terrain will be advance to contact 3-up and then site guns to suppress and manoeuvre remaining forces to assault and destroy. We must watch flanks during these manoeuvres and re-Org rapidly once complete. Reserve Squad will stand by to Flank, Assault or to relieve Squads suffering casualties. Mortar will be bought into action as rapidly as possible. In open terrain wider movements will become possible, but cohesion and overlapping arcs of fire remain key. Defensive Action The 3-up formation is capable of meeting and receiving an enemy attack. Troops should ideally be dug in and Guns well protected with sandbags and overlapping arcs of fire set. Defensive mortar fires, including illumination, should be pre registered. If time and terrain allows then patrols should put LPs forward and trip flares should be deployed. ACTION: Millar, Boothroyd, Dennett - Assignments ACTION: Meadows - slot screen and Load Plan.
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    ADMIN Patrol Reports

    Patrol Cdrs to report here after each operation: 1) Patrol composition and Location - including VRN of any vehicles; 2) Leaguer Status - ideally with a visual; 3) Ammunition and/or supplies expended; This information is essential to provide continuity between operations and must be provided promptly after each ENDEX.
  18. A Coy continues to push along the Dents Du Midi Ridge Orders to follow.
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