[OPORD] Operation Hetman (2023), Yarovit - UNITAF - Arma 3 MILSIM

Operation Hetman (2023), Yarovit

United Task Force
UNITAF Forces Poland
Lt Gen Chad P. Franks
MacDill Air Force Base Tampa, U.S.



Background Information
The Russian Federation has attacked Poland, and a platoon in Huta is dispatched southeast to delay Russian advances towards SIŁA MUNITIONS FACILITY.

Friendly Forces
Our element, Hawk, consists of one motorised platoon, consisting of: 2x squads, each with two MATs, one combat engineer and one combat medic 5x Tumak-2 - one per fireteam Adjacent friendly units JW3797 - Forward Combined Arms element at SIŁA MUNITIONS FACILITY. Is expected to defended SIŁA MUNITIONS FACILITY and provide a fallback location for our element. 1x motorised company stationed at a military depot Northeast of SIŁA MUNITIONS FACILITY. Expected to execute operations to delay OPFOR advances. JW5699 - Electronic Warfare command unit stationed at Svarog Main Command Center. JW2305 - Special operations forces - search and rescue. Location generally West of SIŁA MUNITIONS FACILITY.

Supporting Assets
3rd Squadron, 2nd Cavalry Regiment - US combined arms regiment based in Nadbór.

Enemy Forces
1x brigade of wheeled combined arms unit moving from South-Southeast towards SIŁA MUNITIONS FACILITY. 1x rocket artillery brigade supporting the brigade of wheeled combined arms unit moving towards SIŁA MUNITIONS FACILITY. 1x squad of Spetsnaz assumed located in the area. Most Likely Course of Action The motorised combined arms brigade pushes along the most direct route to SIŁA MUNITIONS FACILITY whilst infantry northeast of the brigade moves to take Point Lewes and infantry Southwest moves to flank Defence Line Eagle from the West. Spetsnaz units move to destroy Svarog Main Command Center. Most Dangerous Course of Action Infantry movement similar to expected movements, but the motorised combined arms brigade pushes to Point Lewes before attacking Defence Line Eagle from the East. The Spetsnaz unit moves to the rear of SIŁA MUNITIONS FACILITY to engage JW3797 from the rear and destroy units disengaging to the north. Although the most dangerous course of action by the Spetsnaz unit must be considered probable if not likely, the combined arms brigade is unlikely to move to Point Lewes due to the terrain.


The Platoon is tasked with delaying an AFRF assault on the SIŁA MUNITIONS FACILITY, a key stockpile of Supplies caught off-guard by the sudden Invasion on multiple fronts. The longer we can buy time, the more our frontline can be reinforced or mobilised for a retreat.

Depending on the Enemies disposition and ferocity, our forces will either be able to hold the Frontline, or retreat for R&R to either the Svarog Command Centre, or the city of Nadbór.


Commander's Intent
Our platoon is tasked with delaying the Russian advance with the purpose of enabling reinforcement of the SIŁA MUNITIONS FACILITY and disrupting the Russian efforts to capture our lands.

Tasks and Sequencing
Hawk assembles in Huta, ensuring before main brief that each Tumak-2 has been loaded with adequate ammunition for the mission. Particular care should be given to sustaining our AT capabilities. See map tab for full map. Phase 1 Hawk is first tasked with moving to Dismount Bear. Patrol order of march: Hawk 1, Hawk 9, Hawk 2 At Dismount Bear, Hawk leaves the Tumak-2s, moving to Point Lewes. At this location, combat engineers will rig the radio station with explosives in order to deny OPFOR access to the site and its technologies. Point Lewes will be monitored periodically by Hawk 6, and combat engineers will be asked to blow up the site if it has become occupied by OPFOR. Phase 1 is completed as soon as combat engineers report that the position is adequately rigged. Phase 2 Hawk is then tasked to destroy advancing Russian combined arms units by means of ambush at Ambush Brighton in order to delay Russian advancements towards SIŁA MUNITIONS FACILITY. Hawk 1 will situate themselves in a Support by Fire position in the front of the kill zone, southeast of Point Bravo. Their purpose as the blocking element will be to initiate the contact when suitable as OPFOR is sufficiently within the identified kill zone. Priority for Hawk 1 is to engage the front of the enemy force. Hawk 2 will find good locations north of the kill zone. Their purpose as the flanking element will initially be to isolate the enemies by engaging their rear elements, then assault and destroy remaining elements with support from Hawk 1. Combat engineers will place mines at Point Bravo. Hawk 7 supports the platoon by digging trenches. Phase 2 is completed as soon as the ambush has been executed and AT capabilities have been expended. Leaders must at all times be aware of and orient field leader concerning their AT situation. Tactical disengagement might be initiated early if Point Lewes is still occupied by OPFOR after destruction. Phase 3 As soon as Phase 2 has been completed, Hawk will disengage and move back to Ambush Falmer. The platoon will resupply at their designated Tumak-2 situated in Dismount Bear, though resupply will be through relief in place. Security Southwards must be maintained at all times. Combat engineers will place mines at Point Delta. Hawk 2 will find a suitable Support by Fire location close to marker Ambush Falmer and act as the blocking element. Hawk 1 will act as the flanking element and find themselves northeast of the kill zone. Their main task will be to isolate OPFOR units and then to destroy them, with support from Hawk 2. Phase 3 is completed once the ambush has been executed and our position proves to be untenable. Tactical disengagement may be initiated early should sufficient enemy forces advance past Point Delta, Point Echo or Point Zulu. Phase 4 Depending on mission-related developments, Hawk will disengage to Defence Line Eagle, supporting JW3797 in their defence of the ammunition facility.


Resupplies, especially AT, are available in the Tumaks, and a nearby Ammo Dump.


Rules of Engagement
In accordance with SOP

Fire Support Plan
Howitzers are on standby for emergency fire missions. Due to the high risk of counter-battery and air strikes, though, fire missions will only be called in when deemed absolutely necessary.

Close Air Support
In accordance with SOP


Communications Plan
Callsign Primary Frequency Superior Frequency ACTUAL
HAWK 9 40mHz 37mHz Capt Korean Falcon Platoon Leader
HAWK 1 250mHz 40mHz MSG Crossy Squad Leader
HAWK 1-1 251mHz 250mHz SP3 Veagance Fireteam Leader
HAWK 1-2 252mHz 250mHz SPC William Junior Team Leader
HAWK 2 260mHz 40mHz SPC SkullCollector Squad Leader
HAWK 2-1 261mHz 260mHz SP2 B.Miller Fireteam Leader
HAWK 2-2 262mHz 260mHz PFC Shambala Junior Team Leader
CROSSROAD H 87mHz 37mHz 2Lt Zuka Senior Game Master
Points Alpha through Echo and Tango through Zulu are quick reference points, to be used primarily to describe enemy positions and movements. CHAIN OF COMMAND: BEAR 9, BEAR 1, BEAR 2. IN CASE OF SEVERE LOSSES OF LEADERSHIP, CONTACT HQ - CODENAME CROSSROAD - AT FREQUENCY 87. Rendezvous in case of irrecoverable emergency: Nadbór. SMOKE SIGNALS PURPLE: MASS CASUALTY INCIDENT BLUE: FRIENDLY POSITION ORANGE/YELLOW: VEHICLE REQUIRING ASSISTANCE RED: ENEMY POSITION


TEAMSPEAK IP: ops.unitedtaskforce.net
GAME SERVER IP (Direct Connect): ops.unitedtaskforce.net
GAME SERVER PASSWORD: issued on Discord


FORM UP: 1800hrs UTC
STEP OFF: 1825hrs UTC
END-EX: 2000-2100hrs UTC APPROX
All are GMT/UTC


Equipment Checklist
The following combined equipment list is issued as part of approved kit lists and across relevant personnel.

Qty Item Weight
Primary weapons
7x wz.96D Beryl GPBO-40 35kg
15x wz.96D Beryl 54kg
2x M249 PIP (RIS/PIP Stock) 13kg

22x PSZ_556x45_STANAG_30 Warning 0kg
21x PSZ_9x19_VIS100_15 Warning 0kg
1x FRXA_tf_rt1523g_Ranger_Green Warning 0kg
13x PSZ_9x19_Wist_16 Warning 0kg
3x PSZ_B_wz93_Medical_WDL Warning 0kg
1x B_AssaultPack_wdl_F Warning 0kg
3x FRXA_tf_rt1523g_Black Warning 0kg
8x CUP_B_ACRScout_m95 Warning 0kg
6x PSZ_B_wz93_WDL Warning 0kg
4x B_AssaultPack_blk Warning 0kg
1x B_UAV_01_backpack_F Warning 0kg

Sidearm optics
7x AN/PEQ-15 Laser (Black) 1kg
15x AN/PEQ-15 Laser + Flashlight (Top/Black) 5kg

Muzzle attachments
22x EOTech 552 (NS) + Magnifier 16kg
4x PGO-7V3 2kg

11x NGO-N1 HEF Round 2kg
34x RGO Frag Grenade 15kg
7x Painkillers 0kg
12x Ammonium Carbonate 1kg
2x M18 Smoke Grenade (Green) 0kg
24x Smoke Round (White) 4kg
14x PG-7VM (HEAT) Rocket 30kg
2x TM46 Anti-Tank Mine 7kg
18x 5.56mm 200Rnd M249 (Red TE4) Pouch 33kg
4x M83 Smoke Grenade (White) 1kg

Secondary weapons
10x Vis 100 7kg
7x Wist-94L 5kg

24x wz.2010 Crye (WDL) 44kg
3x wz.2010 Polar (WDL) 5kg

Body armor
3x UKO-M (WDL/Light/Grenadier/HS) 8kg
3x UKO-M (WDL/Light/Medic/HS) 8kg
9x UKO-M (WDL/Light/Rifleman) 24kg
3x Kontraktor (WDL) 5kg
4x UKO-M (WDL/Heavy/Grenadier/HS) 15kg
2x UKO-M (WDL/Heavy/Machinegunner/HS) 7kg
2x UKO-M (WDL/Light/Rifleman/HS) 5kg
1x UKO-M (WDL/Heavy/Rifleman/HS) 4kg

12x Binoculars 0kg

Other equipment
27x Map 2kg
1x Rugged Tablet 3kg
27x Radio 10kg
27x Compass 2kg
27x Watch 2kg
6x Bandage (QuikClot) 0kg
1x Wirecutter 1kg
9x Map Tools 0kg
2x GD300 Android 0kg
4x MicroDAGR 1kg
2x Entrenching Tool 1kg
2x Defusal Kit 0kg
4x Earplugs 0kg
1x MicroDAGR GPS 0kg
1x UAV Terminal [NATO] 1kg

4x RPG-7V2 25kg

Weapon optics
2x Elcan M145 1kg

Total Equipment: 405kg

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