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1st Platoon will conduct a humanitarian aid mission south towards Ramir(126-151), in order to regain order and cooperation from the local villagers whom came under heavy fire during previous missions. The area however is still not entirely clear, so the platoon will need to be on high alert. Despite this, urgency is necessary as wounded civilians within Compound A(127-153) require urgent attention. Both delivering of supplies and treatment of injured civilians are primary objectives.Additionally, should time permit, 1st Platoon should continue to clear roads leading away from Kilo towards the South, headed for Tunkuf(095-142). Hostile forces along the way are to be engaged or captured. Once the platoon has decided it has gained enough ground, it is to contact Crossroads so that ANA forces can establish the front line and UTF elements can RTB.
Villagers are still permitted to carry weapons, however in the event UTF forces come under contact, 1st Platoon is to detain persons with weapons within the village. While secondary to other objectives, this will allow the platoon to exercise weapons freedom on potential attackers. Detained personnel should be kept secure and transported to the nearest ANP checkpoint available.
Humanitarian Aid (Hotel-Alpha Phase)Weapons Tight
Road Patrol (Romeo-Papa Phase)Weapons Free
Recent ICOM chatter suggests that VBIEDs may be present in the region. While local ANA proceed to man checkpoints, 1st Platoon will need to be weary of this threat should the militia find out about the ongoing operations. A checkpoint on any road choke-point around the initial village should be established and held for duration of the humanitarian objectives. Furthermore, completion of primary objectives is believed to be what UNITAF needs to secure a deal in the region for civilians to not carry arms.