[OPORD] Operation Pavise (2022), Day 5 - UNITAF - Arma 3 MILSIM
CONFIDENTIAL / FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY


OPERATIONS ORDER
Operation Pavise (2022), Day 5







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





--- OPERATIONS ORDER ---


Situation

Background Information

The Afrene Army Corps have been swelling their ranks by drafting and training citizens. This has allowed them to organise a counter-offensive at Numbo, lost in the initial Militariga Molatia assault over the border. Thanks to the successes of UNITAF operations thus far, the Militariga Molatia is reeling and will likely not be able to hold Numbo for long. However, since the town is well fortified the AAC commander has asked for our assistance with the assault. 




Mission

Tasking

UNITAF elements will attack Numbo in the morning alongside AAC elements. The current AAC plan is to muster at Staging Areas Apollo and Artemis. When the assault begins they will push over the hill and into Numbo, breaking through defences in an intended shock and awe attack. UNITAF elements may assist as they see fit.

Once Numbo is taken, time willing, UNITAF elements are authorised to push over the border into Molatia and secure a beach head on the Molatian side. UNITAF forces are advised to stay close to urban areas and lowlands to minimise the possibility of enemy artillery being brought to bear against them whilst in Molatian territory. Camps Galago and Reedbuck and the village of Obmeya are the preferred stretch targets when over the border.

Primary Tasking

  1. Support AAC forces in their assault and re-capture of Numbo

Secondary Tasking

  1. Secure a beachhead in Molatian territory by capturing settlements/ camps in Molatian territory just north of Numbo:
    1. Village of Obmeya: a small MM-garrisoned village and the first settlement after the Molatian border.
    2. Camp Galago
    3. Camp Reedbuck



Execution

Tasks and Sequencing

COMMANDERS INTENT: The commanders intent is to help to recapture Numbo with and for the AAC, and to push aggressively into enemy territory to knock out key fortifications on the south side of the MM border. Minimising collateral damage, civillian and friendly casualties - ultimately taking or capturing a forification to use as a combat outpost or patrol base inside enemy territory.

 

RULES OF ENGAGEMENT:

 

 WILL BE CONDUCTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH UNIT SOP.

 

 

STARTEX

 

PHASE 0

  1. ALL INFANTRY MOVED VIA 2X CH-53E TO TOB
  2. BLACKSMITH COORDINATES WITH GUARDIAN TO MOVE MULTIPLE SUPPORT VEHICLES TO TOB
  3. BLACKSMITH PRE-INSERTS RE-SUPPLIES TO TOB

 

PHASE 1

  1. ALPHA POSITIONS FOR NUMBO ASSAULT FROM THE SOUTH
  2. BRAVO POSITIONS FOR NUMBO ASSAULT FROM THE EAST CLEARING THROUGH MAWINBELA AS REQUIRED

 

PHASE 2

  1. ALPHA BRAVO BEGIN ASSAULT ON COMMAND ALONGSIDE AAC FORCES TO RE-TAKE NUMBO
  2. ALPHA CLEARS TO HOLD WEST NUMBO AS MARKED
  3. BRAVO CLEARS TO HOLD EAST NUMBO AS MARKED
  4. WHEN CLEAR ALL CALLSIGNS GO-FIRM FOR RESUPPLY

 

PHASE 3

  1. ALPHA MOVES DIRECT NORTH OVER THE BORDER INTO MM TERRITORY CLEARING ENEMY CHECKPOINTS ON ROUTE TO FORM PLATOON ASSAULT LINE
  2. BRAVO MOVES EAST AND NORTH TOWARDS BRAVO OP1 CLEARING JUNGLE/STRUCTURES BEFORE JOINING THE PLATOON ASSAULT LINE

 

PHASE 4

  1. ALPHA PUSHES THROUGH TO OBMEYA CLEARING TO HOLD, FORMING ALL-ROUND-DEFENCE
  2. BRAVO TO ASSAULT THROUGH AND CLEAR CAMP READBUCK TO BECOME FRIENDLY OUTPOST
  3. CAMP GALAGO TO BE TAKEN BY ALPHA SHOULD TIME ALLOW (MAY BE RE-ASSIGNED D.O.P)
  4. ALL CALLSIGNS GO-FIRM CAMP READBUCK

 

ENDEX

SHOULD ALL PRIMARY OBJECTIVES BE MET, THE OPERATION WILL BE CONSIDERED A SUCCESS.

 

EQUIPMENT

  • 2x CH53E SUPER STALLIONS
  • 1X UH-1Y UTILITY HELICOPTER
  • 4X MRAP

 


BATTLE DRILLS AND ACTIONS ON

WILL BE CONDUCTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH UNIT SOP.

 


MEDIVAC & CASEVAC PLANS

WILL BE CONDUCTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH UNIT SOP.




Administration/Logistics

Resupply
In accordance with SOP

Medical
In accordance with SOP

Rules of Engagement

Friendly Forces

Afrene Army Corps elements will be moving from the South-Western side of Numbo in an organised assault. The Afrene military's uniform is easily distinguishable from that of the Molatian's; friendly fire will not be tolerated in any capacity. When attacking Numbo be aware that friendly forces may be occupying locations that your stray rounds impact upon.
Assisting Afrene forces and preventing heavy casualties on their side will allow them to be more impactful during the remainder of the campaign.
OP ZULU is currently held by a small AAC scout team; they will be providing any intel and assistance that they can during the operation.
Camps Topi and Oryx are held by Afrene garrisons and should be safe areas for UNITAF to move through. 

 

Enemy Forces

Numbo is currently held by Molatian regulars, and the Molatian Engineer Corps have been brought in to construct field defences and fortifications; expect heavy resistance in Numbo.
Hostiles in Numbo are reported to be fielding a large amount of AT weaponry.
Molatian AA assets on their side of the border pose a significant threat to UNITAF air assets; all air assets brought to the operation are to remain at a low altitude (preferably below 100m) and are not to cross the border.
The Molatian town of Vesdorabi is another well-fortified and garrisoned settlement and will need to be assaulted in a following operation.

 

Civilian Population

The town of Mawimbela (East of Numbo) has been evacuated of civilians leading up to the operation. MM forces may dispatch patrols to investigate so be aware when moving near the town.
Civilians may reside in Obmeya and Vesdorabi and are to be treated humanely and in accordance with standard protocol.

 

Weather Conditions

The storm front passing over the region continues to bring rain and reduced visibility. It has been noted by Afrene meteorologists there is a fog forecast for the operation.

 

SUCCESSION OF COMMAND

THE OPERATION WILL BE LEAD BY CAPTAIN JAMES (COMMANDER GROUND FORCES) AND THEN BY SECTION COMMAND SENIORITY A, B, C AND THEN BY RANK.

 

CALLSIGNS

WILL BE CONDUCTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH UNIT SOP, SEE ORBAT FOR FREQUENCIES AND CALLSIGNS.



Fire Support Plan
In accordance with SOP

Close Air Support
In accordance with SOP


Command/Signal


Communications Plan
Callsign Primary Frequency Superior Frequency ACTUAL
OUTLAW 9 40mHz 37mHz Maj James Platoon Leader
ALPHA 1 250mHz 40mHz 1Lt Ben (Ret.) Squad Leader
ALPHA 1-1 251mHz 250mHz Pvt Ryolitt Fireteam Leader
ALPHA 1-2 252mHz 250mHz SFC Skelly (Ret.) Fireteam Leader
ALPHA 1-3 253mHz 250mHz Fireteam Leader
BRAVO 2 260mHz 40mHz SP3 Attackbee (Ret.) Squad Leader
BRAVO 2-1 261mHz 260mHz SPC Johannes Fireteam Leader
BRAVO 2-2 262mHz 260mHz Cpl Pidu (Ret.) Fireteam Leader
BLACKSMITH 9 60mHz 37mHz SSG Kevin Logistics Support Chief
Considerations
In accordance with SOP



CONNECTION INSTRUCTIONS

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

TIMINGS

SERVER OPENS: 1630hrs UTC
FORM UP: 1700hrs UTC
ANNOUNCEMENTS/BRIEFING: 1715hrs UTC
STEP OFF: 1725hrs UTC
END-EX: 1900-2000hrs UTC APPROX
All are GMT/UTC


CONFIDENTIAL / FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

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


Qty Item Weight
Primary weapons
8x M4A1 PIP (M320) 35kg
17x M4A1 PIP 50kg
5x M249 PIP (Short/Para) 35kg
2x M4A1 PIP 6kg
2x M16A4 (Carryhandle) 7kg
2x MP5 SMG 6kg

19x rhsusf_assault_eagleaiii_ocp Warning 0kg
1x TFAR_rt1523g_big_rhs Warning 0kg
3x B_Carryall_cbr Warning 0kg
2x itemRadio5 Warning 0kg
4x TFAR_bussole Warning 0kg
1x B_Kitbag_tan Warning 0kg

Sidearm optics
8x AN/PEQ-15 3kg

Weapon optics
13x TA31RCO-RMR 2kg
19x M68 CCO 3kg
2x M3 MAAWS sight 1kg

Ammunition
51x 30rnd STANAG M855A1 21kg
8x M433 HEDP Grenade Round 2kg
48x 30rnd PMAG M856A1 (Tracer) 20kg
8x M715 Green Smoke Round 2kg
21x 17rnd Glock Mk243 JHP 6kg
14x AN-M8HC White Smoke 6kg
4x Designator Batteries 1kg
32x 200rnd M249 Box M855A1 (Mixed) 75kg
2x 30rnd PMAG M855A1 1kg
6x M112 Demolition Block 5kg
2x FGM-148 Missile 26kg
8x FFV751 HEAT 32kg
2x 30rnd STANAG M855 (No Tracer) 1kg
5x 7rnd M1911 HP 1kg
8x .45 ACP 8Rnd Mag 2kg
14x 30rnd MP5 9mm Tracer (Red) 6kg

Secondary weapons
29x Glock 17 18kg
5x M1911A1 5kg

Uniforms
32x Army Combat Uniform (OEF-CP) 58kg
2x M93 [ADA] (Desert Three-Tone) A 5kg
2x M93 [ADR] (Khaki) 5kg
1x M93 [ADR] (Choc-Chip) 3kg

Other equipment
22x Splint 2kg
37x Map 3kg
8x GPS 3kg
23x Radio 8kg
37x Compass 3kg
37x Watch 3kg
24x M952V 9kg
19x AFG Grip 9kg
21x Personal Aid Kit 10kg
6x Radio 2kg
5x SAW Improved Bipod 2kg
50x Bandage (Elastic) 2kg
1x Toolkit 4kg

Body armor
8x IOTV (Squadleader/OCP) 51kg
1x SPCS (Team Leader Alt/OEF-CP) 5kg
21x IOTV (Rifleman/OEF-CP) 133kg
2x IOTV (Repair/OEF-CP) 11kg
2x PASGT Rifleman Vest [US Late] (Woodland) 7kg
2x Pilot Vest 7kg

Optics
18x Binoculars 0kg
1x Laser Designator (Sand) 0kg

Launchers
1x FGM-148 Javelin 5kg
2x M3 MAAWS 17kg
2x M136 (HEDP) 13kg

Total Equipment: 758kg

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