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WARNO OP COBALT VI 232000ZAPR17

Operation COBALT VI 231900ZAPR17   

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  1. 1. Will you attend Operation Cobalt VI @ 1900Z on Sunday 23 APRIL 2017?

    • Yes, I will attend.
    • Maybe, and I have PM'd my IC to explain.
    • No, and I have posted an LOA.


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A Coy have been tasked with Rapid Military Aid to the Equatorial Guinean Government after a serious uprising on the island of Bioko. 


 


Standby for Orders.


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WARNING ORDER

TO: A COY 2 PARA BN

FROM: Emmet, Maj, OC A COY 2 PARA BN

SUBJECT: Operation COBALT VI 231900ZAPR17

++++++++++++++BEGINS++++++++++++++++

 

SITUATION

2 Up intent:

To disrupt Rebel operations on the island allowing the restoration of the rule of law.

 

1 Up intent:

To dominate, by patrolling, the areas used by the enemy for logistics and training.

 

Ground:

We will be operating in the rain forests of Southern Bioko. This is a tropical rain forest with undulating terrain and thick, dense jungle. Buildings are of single storey construction typical of the locality.

 

Spoiler Show

 

RED FORCES

Known and Assessed Enemy Positions:

We know the enemy is actively patrolling in this area. The availability of large numbers of fighters seems to indicate a nearby logistics hub, suspected of being on the main north south road to our east.

 

Strength: Enemy is assessed to be in Coy strength across the immediate AO.

Morale: High due to recent combat successes

Uniforms/Dress: Not uniformed. Mixture of civilian and military clothing

Small arms: Up to 14.5mm have been identified. Mainly of Russian manufacture but now including some western SA.

Hvy Weapons: RPG-7, or variants. No information on IDF capability.

Vehicles: Likely Technicals and soft skinned vehicles

Aircraft: Highly unlikely

 

Air Threat: Gen 1 MANPADS, SA, HMG and RPG’s.

 

IED/Mine Threat: Low

 

J2 ASSESSMENT

 

FRIENDLY FORCES

A Coy + Atts

Equatorial Guinean Air Force SU25 Detachment.

 

IV. MISSION

My mission is to conduct patrolling activity around PB ATLAS with the intent of disrupting enemy activity

 

1 Platoon mission:

To conduct a DOMINANCE PATROL north of PB ATLAS with the intention of locating and destroying any enemy presence.

 

2 Platoon mission:

To act as QRF for F12C's RECCE patrol. Deploy immediately to HLS HERMES and liaise with F12C to facilitate their extraction. Expect hostile activity.

 

3 Platoon mission:

To conduct guard and local patrolling duty on PB ATLAS

 

Support Platoon mission:

To provide additional firepower to Lt Millar

 

Patrols Platoon:

To break contact immediately and head south east linking up with 2 platoon prior to extracting.

 

JHC mission:

To provide

a) rotary CASEVAC, reinsert and resupply operations.

b) TACP party to both Inf Platoons

c) FW CAS through EGAF

d) Rotary CAS

 

ROE

 

CARD BRAVO

 

CSS

i. Dress: CEFO, MTP and PPE.

ii. Equipment: Each party is to carry 1 x PRC 117, 4 x HLS marking panels.

 

TIMINGS

 

NMB - 0600L

 

O Grp - 0530L

 

VIII. COMMAND AND SIGNAL

i. Command: 0A Maj Emmet, 0B Capt Ellis.

ii. Signals: 148/117 Channels and frequencies; 1 Pltn Net Channel, 2 Pltn Net Channel 2, Coy Channel 3, Log Net Channel 4, Fires Net Channel 5. Flight net Channel 7. Patrols Platoon Channel 8 (C/S F12C)

iii. Challenge/Response: TANGO INDIA / TANGO SIERRA

iv. R&U: ICs.

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