[OPORD] Operation Deadlock (2022), Serenity - UNITAF - Arma 3 MILSIM
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OPERATIONS ORDER
Operation Deadlock (2022), Serenity







TO:
OPERATIONS OFFICER
United Task Force
UNITAF Forces Sahrani
FROM:
Lt Gen Chad P. Franks
CMDR CJTF USCENTCOM
MacDill Air Force Base Tampa, U.S.





--- OPERATIONS ORDER ---


Situation

Background Information
IDAP has requested close protection during their supply-hand out in San Arulco. This area, despite being close to the goverment controled territory, is no stranger to cartel members extorting civilians and IDAP personel alike. NOTE: THIS IS A LOW-KINETIC PEACEKEEPING DEPLOYMENT, MIND THIS WHEN SLOTING!

Friendly Forces
2x M1165A1 Ground Mobility Vehicle (GMV) 1x HMMWV

Supporting Assets
Posibility of Sahrani MP, fire and ambulance services in the area.


Mission

Tasking
Peform a protection detail for IDAP workers from maning the outer checkpoint, patroling the close by area and staying close by the personell.


Execution

Commander's Intent
The main purpose of our mission is to provide protection to the IDAP personnel operating within San Arulco. The local cartel is known to be operating within the region, and have also been known to use their power, influence and money to extort civilians and manipulate NGOs/Government officials for their own purposes.

Tasks and Sequencing
PHASE 0: • All Bravo 1 callsigns will conduct final equipment and readiness checks. • All callsigns will assemble at RP-0 for briefing at 1800 UTC. PHASE 1: • Bravo 1 callsigns will mount into their assigned vehicles and form a convoy to depart from Camp Eddie, the convoy will then depart to link up with the awaiting IDAP vehicles at Tucos. The convoy order will be as follows: Bravo 1-1 Bravo 1 IDAP 1 IDAP 2 Bravo 1-2 • The convoy will depart from FOB Eddie towards San Arulco, following the route determined by the field leader. Local traffic regulations shall apply and compliance with Government personnel at any checkpoints shall be followed, so long as they do not hinder or attempt to disrupt our operation. The Government and local Police constabulary is known to have corrupt officials working with the Cartel, so vigilance must be upheld. PHASE 2: • Upon reaching San Arulco, BlackClaw operatives shall assume defensive positions and remain in close protection of IDAP personnel while they carry out their humanitarian operation. The local civilian populace is expected to be desperate for aid and supplies, so standard crowd control procedures and vehicle traffic cordons around the NGO camp are to be prepared. • No intelligence we've gathered thus far have indicated any immediate threat to the operating NGOs, however the threat level is still expected to be high. (Ref. Rules of Engagement in the below section, Administration.) • Any interactions with the civilian populace should be cordial, any information we can gather about the Cartels, Rebels or corrupt Government Officials may help us with our future endeavours in the region. PHASE 3: • Once IDAP have concluded their operation, all Bravo 1 callsigns will mount their vehicles and form into the same convoy order as in Phase 1, and will escort IDAP along the same ingress route back towards Camp Eddie. • After all elements have returned to the base, all callsigns shall muster at RP-0 for debriefing.


Administration/Logistics

Resupply
Element leaders shall ensure they have reserve supplies and ammunition loaded into their assigned vehicles. No dedicated logistical elements are available during this operation. In the event of a friendly vehicle being disabled, the unit's attached engineer shall be able to perform operational repairs in the field.

Medical
Primary casualty care will be provided by each fireteam's assigned medic. In the event of a MASCAS situation, ground based vehicle CASEVAC is permitted. All accompanying team members will crew the unit's attached vehicles, load all casualties onboard and depart to the nearest friendly occupied position or base of operations. (PAK in-field enabled.)

Rules of Engagement
Only armed combatants actively engaging IDAP or friendly personnel shall be engaged with returned fire only. No other weapon discharges are authorised. Warning shots towards individuals attempting to disrupt the operation require permission from the most senior field leader. Changes to the rules of engagement may only be authorised at the discretion of the most senior field leader.

Fire Support Plan
None available.

Close Air Support
None available.


Command/Signal


Communications Plan
Callsign Primary Frequency Superior Frequency ACTUAL
BRAVO 1 250mHz 40mHz Sgt Jenkins Squad Leader
BRAVO 1-1 251mHz 250mHz SP1 Applechaser Fireteam Leader
BRAVO 1-2 252mHz 250mHz PFC Sack Junior Team Leader
ZULU H 87mHz 37mHz Sgt Kerry Senior Game Master
Considerations
Due to the high density of the civilian populace and humanitarian NGOs operating inside the area of operations, there is a high risk of civilian collateral damage. Due to the nature of this mission, absolute strict obedience of unit policy P3-9 is expected of all units. https://unitedtaskforce.net/training/sop/basic-infantry/laws-of-armed-conflict-loac



CONNECTION INSTRUCTIONS

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

TIMINGS

SERVER OPENS: 1730hrs UTC
FORM UP: 1800hrs UTC
ANNOUNCEMENTS/BRIEFING: 1815hrs UTC
STEP OFF: 1825hrs UTC
END-EX: 2000-2100hrs UTC APPROX
All are GMT/UTC


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


Qty Item Weight
Primary weapons
4x AK-101 GP-25 (Zenitco/RIS) 20kg
1x AK-102 (Zenitco/RIS) 3kg
3x AK-101 (Zenitco/RIS) 10kg
1x AK-109 (Zenitco/RIS) 4kg
1x SA58 DMR 6kg

10x FPGP2_Uni_Crye_rgr_1_U Warning 0kg
1x FPGP_PC_Tan_7 Warning 0kg
4x FPGP_Hydration1_Tan_1_Backpanel Warning 0kg
9x FPGP_PC_Tan_3 Warning 0kg
2x FPGP_PC_Tan_2 Warning 0kg
1x FPGP_PC_Tan_4 Warning 0kg
1x CUP_B_RUS_Backpack Warning 0kg
1x rhs_75Rnd_762x39mm_89 Warning 0kg
3x FPGP_PC_Tan_6 Warning 0kg
2x FPGP_Hydration2_Tan_1_Backpanel Warning 0kg
1x FPGP_PC_Tan_5 Warning 0kg
1x FPGP_PC_Tan_1 Warning 0kg
8x FPGP2_Uni_Cryepants_m81_Tee1_1_U Warning 0kg
8x FRXA_tf_rt1523g_Black Warning 0kg

Weapon optics
9x IOR-Valdada Pitbull 2 3kg
1x Leupold Mark 4 10x40mm LR/T 1kg

Ammunition
8x 5.56mm 30Rnd AK-101 Mag 4kg
4x 40mm VOG-25 Grenade 1kg
11x 9mm 16Rnd CZ 75 Mag 3kg
16x M67 Fragmentation Grenade 7kg
18x GDM-40 (White) 3kg
4x 5.56mm 30Rnd AK-101 (Red tracer) Mag 2kg
2x 75rnd RPK 57-N-231P (Tracer) 3kg
2x AN-M8HC White Smoke 1kg
2x 40mm VDG-40 (White Smoke) Round 0kg
1x 7.62mm 20Rnd FAL Mag 1kg
3x 7.62mm 20Rnd FAL (Red tracer) Mag 2kg

Secondary weapons
10x CZ 75 10kg

Other equipment
11x Map Tools 0kg
18x Map 2kg
1x GD300 Android 0kg
18x Radio 7kg
18x Compass 2kg
18x Watch 2kg
16x Tourniquet (CAT) 1kg
2x Entrenching Tool 1kg
2x MicroDAGR 1kg
2x Harris Bipod 1kg

Optics
5x Binoculars 0kg

Launchers
1x M72A7 3kg

Total Equipment: 104kg

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