[OPORD] Operation Ember, Day 1 - UNITAF - Arma 3 MILSIM
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OPERATIONS ORDER
Operation Ember, Day 1







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





--- OPERATIONS ORDER ---


Situation

Background Information

The world is in uproar as the Indonesia government has fallen into disarray caused by the pressure of the Russian state, they now follow the communist government of the Kremlin.

To uphold the law and the “peace” the Kremlin has sold significant assets to the now Communist Indonesia. Because of the change of attitude, Malesia has invested a lot into their military. After few months of troubles Brunei, the small island state, has asked NATO for an assistance force to protect its sovereignty.

As part of Task Force 55, and Task Force 56 and United Task Force, together with the US Navy strike force from the 5th fleet consisting of a Nimitz class Supercarrier, LHD and 7 destroyers. UNITAF holds command seniority over NATO forces, awarded by NATO for our experience in dealing with political fallout.

On Friday, UNITAF commanders met with Brunei’s leading military figure, General Jermain Koepp - who updated us on the situation in the region. During the meeting, a large scale attack was launched on the north coast of Brunei, killing one of our own, and injuring many others. Thankfully, the casualties, General Koepp and UNITAF commanders we extracted successfully by pilots of the US Navy strike force, and returned to the USS Khe Sanh, UNITAFs assigned destroyed for the deployment.

Though all-out war is undesirable, we've been ordered to use any means necessary under Article 5 to defend Brunei from this unprovoked attack by a foreign power.




Mission

Tasking

Brunei has requested NATO bolster in-land key installations to prevent the total destruction of the small island state. We are tasked with the protection of the only airport in Brunei used for both civilian and military mobility; Saint-George airstrip, which lies north of the port town of Lijnhaven.

Brunei military intelligence believe that the enemy force will mount an assault on this key installation, in order to prevent supplies being brought in via the naval and aerial supply routes. While such an assault would be difficult, and put the enemy force in range of the Fleet, an inevitable showdown is expected after months of stand-off.

Primary Objectives

  • Prevent the enemy force from capturing the airstrip, and port town of Lijnhaven
  • Push the enemy force back to Harcourt and secure the border bridge crossing

Secondary Objectives

  • Recapture the Brunei Communications Facility
  • Recapture the Brunei Military Command HQ



Execution

Tasks and Sequencing

From the USS Khe Sanh (DD-108) our force will be split into two key elements.

  • Warlock Callsigns

    • Warlock 1 - will form a rifle squad, being inserted by the Khe Sanhs' on board Knighthawk helicopter NIGHTHAWK 1 to the secured position (LZ Knight) and will join Warlock 2 on tasking at Saint-George Airstrip. Warlock 1 will take the tip of the spear for the key objectives, OBJ1, OBJ2, OBJ3 and OBJ4 in succession, supported by Warlock 2.
    • Warlock 2 - will form a support element, and will be lowered from the starboard RHIB and transferred to the USS Freedom (LHD-9) where they will mount up in LAV-25s in order to commence a Amphibious Assault on the beachhead south west of Lijndhaven - securing the path for Warlock 1 and setting up base-of-fire for any potential enemy attack. On all further tasking’s, Warlock 2 will support the movement of and initiative of Warlock 1
    • Warlock 9 - as senior ground command, will operate in the region of Warlock 2 and will primarily join the communications of the Carrier Strike Group, Fleet Operations, Air Operations and Ground Command.
  • Attachments and Detachments

    • HUNTER 1 due to heavy foliage, any long distance engagements on Brunei are questionable, but our ability to place a key reconnaissance asset ahead of the mechanized force will allow detailed planning of movements. Hunter 1 is tasked with forward reconnaissance and reports to Warlock 9
    • NIGHTHAWK 1 The Khe Sanhs' on board Knighthawk helicopter, reports to Warlock 9 Romeo and will provide any required air assault and logistics tasks as required by the ground forces commander.
    • LONGSWORD 2 a flight of F-15E Strike Eagles, operating from the USS Nimitz Supercarrier, will provide key combat air patrol duties ensuring the skies above the ground forces, of both Brunei and NATO forces, are clear of enemy threats. The callsign will also provide key reconnaissance from their duel targeting pods, and reports to Warlock 9 Romeo
    • CROSSROAD 9 the intelligence offer at USS Khe Sanh will advise and coordinate with NATO Command and the Ground Forces Commander via Warlock 9



Administration/Logistics

Resupply
In accordance with SOP

Medical
In accordance with SOP

Rules of Engagement

Brunei's military command is incompetent at best and due to a high level of corruption at the government level many of the senior commanders have little to no military experience.

Through our meeting with BMC on Friday, we identified several hostile installations on the north side of the border bridge in Harcourt, with approximately 1 Coy sized Mechanized infantry, 1 FOB and several checkpoints the enemy are using to prevent crossings from the south.

AA and AAA was also reported by Strike Group Combat Air Patrol.

We expect efficient enemy ground force skills, as well as the deployment of APCs. Our air units should repel any enemy fixed-wing or rotary air assault.



Fire Support Plan
In accordance with SOP

Close Air Support
In accordance with SOP


Command/Signal


Communications Plan
Callsign Primary Frequency Superior Frequency ACTUAL
WARLOCK 9 40mHz 37mHz Maj James Platoon Leader
WARLOCK 1 250mHz 40mHz SP3 Attackbee (Ret.) Squad Leader
WARLOCK 1-1 251mHz 250mHz SP3 Jules Fireteam Leader
WARLOCK 1-2 252mHz 250mHz SPC Johannes Fireteam Leader
WARLOCK 2 260mHz 40mHz 1Lt Ben (Ret.) Squad Leader
WARLOCK 2-1 261mHz 260mHz SP3 Flubber Dubber APC/IFV Crewman (Commander)
WARLOCK 2-2 262mHz 260mHz PFC Sharkhus (Ret.) APC/IFV Crewman (Commander)
NIGHTHAWK 1 350mHz 60mHz Rotary Crew Chief (General)
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


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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
5x M4A1 PIP (M320) 22kg
1x MP5 SMG 3kg
9x M4A1 PIP 27kg
2x M249 PIP (Short/Para) 14kg
2x M4A1 PIP 6kg
1x M4A1 PIP (M203) 4kg
1x M2010 ESR (Desert) 5kg
1x Mk 11 Mod 0 (EC/Desert) 4kg

15x rhsusf_assault_eagleaiii_ocp Warning 0kg
2x TFAR_bussole Warning 0kg
1x TFAR_rt1523g_black Warning 0kg
1x TFAR_rt1523g_big_rhs Warning 0kg
1x itemRadio2 Warning 0kg
1x rhsusf_acc_LEUPOLDMK4_2 Warning 0kg
1x TFAR_rt1523g Warning 0kg
1x rhsusf_falconii_mc Warning 0kg

Sidearm optics
5x AN/PEQ-15 2kg
2x AN/PEQ-16A (Laser) 1kg
1x Pistol Flashlight 0kg

Weapon optics
7x TA31RCO-RMR 1kg
12x M68 CCO 2kg
1x MRD (Black) 0kg

Ammunition
17x 30rnd STANAG M855A1 7kg
6x M433 HEDP Grenade Round 1kg
30x 30rnd PMAG M856A1 (Tracer) 12kg
5x M715 Green Smoke Round 1kg
2x 7rnd M1911 HP 0kg
7x 30rnd MP5 9mm Tracer (Red) 3kg
18x 17rnd Glock Mk243 JHP 5kg
5x M18 Smoke Grenade (Green) 1kg
14x AN-M8HC White Smoke 6kg
4x Designator Batteries 1kg
17x 200rnd M249 Box M855A1 (Mixed) 40kg
3x M714 White Smoke Round 1kg
1x 5rnd .300WM Mk248 MOD 1 0kg
5x .45 ACP 15Rnd Mag 2kg
1x 20rnd SR-25 M118 1kg
1x 20rnd SR-25 M62 (Tracer) 1kg

Secondary weapons
20x Glock 17 13kg
2x M1911A1 2kg
1x FNX-45 Tactical 1kg

Uniforms
19x Army Combat Uniform (OEF-CP) 34kg
1x M93 [ADR] (Choc-Chip) 3kg
1x M93 [ADR] (Khaki) 3kg
1x Pilot Coveralls [NATO] 4kg
2x Full Ghillie (Arid) [NATO] 7kg

Other equipment
10x Splint 1kg
24x Map 2kg
5x GPS 2kg
15x Radio 5kg
24x Compass 2kg
24x Watch 2kg
20x Bandage (Elastic) 1kg
3x Rugged Tablet 8kg
3x AN/PRC-152 1kg
14x M952V 5kg
11x AFG Grip 5kg
14x Personal Aid Kit 6kg
3x Radio 1kg
2x SAW Improved Bipod 1kg
4x Toolkit 15kg
2x Harris Bipod 1kg

Body armor
5x IOTV (Squadleader/OCP) 32kg
1x Pilot Vest 4kg
1x SPCS (Team Leader Alt/OEF-CP) 5kg
9x IOTV (Rifleman/OEF-CP) 57kg
4x SPCS (Crewman/OEF-CP) 18kg
2x SPCS (Team Leader/OEF-CP) 9kg

Optics
9x Binoculars 0kg
1x Laser Designator (Sand) 0kg
2x Vector 21 Nite 0kg

Launchers
2x M136 (HEDP) 13kg

Muzzle attachments
1x TiTan (Desert) 0kg
1x Sound Suppressor (.45 ACP) 0kg
1x AAC 762-SDN-6 (cover) 0kg
1x M8541A SSDS (MRDS) 0kg

Total Equipment: 436kg

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