[OPORD] Operation Brimstone (2014), Avenging Amir Valley - UNITAF - Arma 3 MILSIM
CONFIDENTIAL / FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY


OPERATIONS ORDER
Operation Brimstone (2014), Avenging Amir Valley







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





--- OPERATIONS ORDER ---


Situation

Background Information
After being pushed back out of Benamair Valley, UNITAF redeploys additional forces less than 8 hours later. ISIS Forces in the Area have not had much time to reorganize their defenses, but Drone Imagery shows they have mobilized multiple pockets of Infantry Fighters and Armoured Vehicles in an attempt at a hasty ambush on coalition forces. With their cavalry and close air support assets, UNITAF forces commence a shock and awe assault.

Friendly Forces
1x Command Element in M1130 "Stryker" CV / M113 Command 2x Plt Mec.-Inf. in M1126 "Stryker" ICVs (7 APCs) 2x Close-Air-Support via A-10C flight 1x Rotary Support Element (CH-47) airlift - Medical and Logistical Support Vehicles, M113 tracked APC

Enemy Forces
- Unknown number of fighters present in pockets throughout the valley, in the hundreds. - Static guns, Mobile AA - Mines, IEDs - Emplaced IFVs / Nonconventional Vehicles *the enemy is expected to fortify itself in the Hillsides and re-man the Defensive Lines


Mission

Tasking
UNITAF is again tasked with the successful securing of Amir Valley, eradicating the ISIS presence.

End-state
- Amir Valley under UNITAF/SNA control - ENDEX at either the ISIS Stronghold or at commanders discretion.


Execution

Commander's Intent
The purpose of this mission is to eradicate enemy forces and exercise UNITAF/SNA control over Amir Valley. Using shock-and-awe tactics, the commander intends to overwhelm the enemy force from the expected and only ground entry point from the northern main supply route. While the enemy will expect our approach, using overwhelming force including cavalry, air support and ground forces, continue momentum to take control of key installations in the valley, and send the enemy force in retreat south and south east. The commander intends to focus forces and effort on the primary mission, leaving close air support and cavalry assets to deal with low priority contacts.

Tasks and Sequencing
Our convoy is on standby at the ISIS SNA western border while commanders coordinate movements. From this position, approximately 4kms from Phase 0, ground forces will mobilise in a Convoy towards the planned dismount location. The order of the convoy will be BISHOP, CASTLE, KING, the start and end points are shown below. Due to an expected hasty ambush, the convoy orders are to push through, no infantry will dismount unless instructed to do so by the Company Commander. Calvary and close air support will supress and destroy identified positions, and CASTLE engineers will clear suspected IEDs on route, or they will be shot or avoided by cavalry. A-10Cs have a designated self-targeting-zone to the south, to engage any flanking forces. On arrival to the dismount position, units entering Phase 1 disperse, with KING taking the north of the valley - primarily dealing with identified emplacements and expected enemy re-enforcements from the north east, and BISHOP the center dealing with the valley proper - including the fortified compound. Enemy presence in buildings is likely but due to the recent attack the majority of these buildings are not considered essential objectives. Platoons maintain a 1km maximum operating position at all times, to allow for momentum to continue to the key Phase 2 operations. In Phase 2, BISHOP enters a supporting role providing base-of-fire for KING, as KING moves in to assault the stronghold from superior ground. Units should expect further tasking to deal with rear-enemy positions south/south-east of the Stronghold.


Administration/Logistics

Resupply
All units are permitted to carry additional supplies, spread loaded into platoon assets as directed and permitted by the platoon commander. LOGPAKs will be provided as required, by support units attached to CASTLE, via airlift from KNA and TLZs back from the front line, and re-positioned by support units in M113 APCs to the frontline. It's encouraged that platoons carry their own LOGPAKs to avoid delay in ground logistics. Engineers for Cavalry units will be on-standby to provide vehicle support as needed.

Medical
The primary means of MEDEVAC is by ground based medical APCs under Company Command, the secondary is airborne extraction.

Rules of Engagement
EPW to be turned over through OPCOC to be returned to KNA.

Fire Support Plan
In accordance with SOP

Close Air Support
Close Air Support, 2x A10-C when on station can be requested through the Platoon Forward Air Controller or Company Commander.


Command/Signal


Communications Plan
Callsign Primary Frequency Superior Frequency ACTUAL
CASTLE 9 45mHz 37mHz Maj James Company Commander
BISHOP 9 40mHz 37mHz Capt Jari Platoon Leader
BISHOP 1 250mHz 40mHz SPC Deksterus Squad Leader
BISHOP 1-1 251mHz 250mHz SPC Johannes Fireteam Leader
BISHOP 1-2 252mHz 250mHz SP3 Shahid-e-Gomnam Fireteam Leader
BISHOP 1-3 253mHz 250mHz SP1 Dreolic Junior Team Leader
BISHOP 2 260mHz 40mHz PFC BigRed (Ret.) APC/IFV Section Commander
KING 9 361mHz 37mHz SPC Mattjamco Platoon Leader
KING 1 362mHz 361mHz SP2 Dungworth (Ret.) Squad Leader
KING 1-1 281mHz 362mHz SP3 Zero (Ret.) Fireteam Leader
KING 1-2 282mHz 362mHz SP1 Hotspur (Ret.) Junior Team Leader
KING 2 290mHz 361mHz SP2 Chelmy (Ret.) APC/IFV Section Commander
ROOK 4-1 71mHz 70mHz PFC Mectus Rotary Crew Chief (General)
CHECKMATE H 87mHz 37mHz 2Lt Zuka Senior Game Master
Considerations
Red smoke will be used to mark CAS targets in accordance with SOP, so should red-smoke be deployed by accident or onto a friendly position, communicate immediately with FAC/CoyCo.



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
23x M4A1 Block II 71kg
2x M4A1 PIP (M320) 9kg
5x Mk 18 Mod 1 (M320) 20kg
6x M249 PIP (Short/Para) 42kg
5x MP7A2 (Desert) 5kg
1x MP5 SMG 3kg
2x Mk 11 Mod 0 (Desert) 9kg

Muzzle attachments
30x SFMB-556-1/2-28 10kg
5x RM05 RMR LT726 1kg

Sidearm optics
30x AN/PEQ-15 Black 11kg

Weapon optics
28x TA31RCO-RMR 5kg
2x M3 MAAWS sight 1kg
2x Mk. 4 M5 (Desert) 1kg

Ammunition
13x 30rnd PMAG M855A1 5kg
20x 17rnd Glock Mk243 JHP 5kg
1x M18 Smoke Grenade (Purple) 0kg
6x Designator Batteries 2kg
23x 30rnd PMAG M856 (Tracer) 9kg
7x M433 HEDP Grenade Round 2kg
27x 17rnd Glock M882 FMJ 7kg
106x AN-M8HC White Smoke 43kg
50x M84 Stun Grenade 11kg
15x M18 Purple Smoke Grenade 8kg
30x 200rnd M249 Softpack M855A1 (Mixed) 63kg
6x 200rnd M249 Softpack M855A1 13kg
6x 100rnd M249 Softpack M855 (Mixed) 7kg
10x FFV751 HEAT 40kg
10x 40rnd MP7 SX FMJ 4kg
8x 30rnd PMAG M856A1 (Tracer) 3kg
12x M112 Demolition Block 11kg
6x 7rnd M1911 HP 1kg
2x M18 Smoke Grenade (Green) 0kg
1x 30rnd MP5 9mm (No Tracer) 0kg
4x 30rnd MP5 9mm Tracer (Red) 2kg
2x M18 Yellow Smoke Grenade 1kg
2x 20rnd SR-25 M118 1kg
2x M18 Smoke Grenade (Blue) 0kg

Other equipment
7x AFG Grip 3kg
2x Personal Aid Kit 1kg
47x Map 4kg
11x Rugged Tablet 28kg
44x Radio 16kg
47x Compass 4kg
47x Watch 4kg
15x [VSM] Multicam DT FAPC (Operator) 34kg
2x RVG Grip (Black) 1kg
3x GD300 Android 1kg
30x GPS 11kg
6x SAW Bipod 5kg
5x M952V 2kg
5x Toolkit 18kg
9x Splint 1kg
1x Tourniquet (CAT) 0kg
1x Earplugs 0kg
3x AN/PRC-152 1kg
1x UAV Terminal [NATO] 1kg
2x Harris Bipod 1kg

Secondary weapons
44x Glock 17 28kg
2x VMH3 5kg
1x M1911A1 1kg

2x tfw_ilbe_blade_mc Warning 0kg
6x tfw_ilbe_whip_mc Warning 0kg
2x rhsusf_acc_eotech_552 Warning 0kg
3x tfw_ilbe_DD_mc Warning 0kg
3x B_Kitbag_mcamo Warning 0kg
7x VSM_Multicam_carryall Warning 0kg
11x VSM_Multicam_Backpack_Kitbag Warning 0kg
2x VSM_OGA_OD_IOTV_2 Warning 0kg
2x UK3CB_B_B_Radio_Backpack Warning 0kg

Uniforms
43x [VSM] Crye G3 (Multicam) 68kg
1x [VSM] Crye G3 Button Up (Multicam) 2kg
2x Jet Pilot Coveralls [US Late] (NATO) 5kg
1x [VSM] Crye G3 (Multicam + Tan Pants) 2kg

Body armor
4x [VSM] Multicam LBT Armatus (Operator) 9kg
2x [VSM] Multicam LBT6094 (Operator) 5kg
15x [VSM] Multicam Paraclete RAV(Operator) 34kg
6x [VSM] Multicam Paraclete RAV(Gunner) 14kg
2x Pilot Vest 7kg
1x [VSM] Multicam LBT6094 (Breacher) 2kg

Optics
3x Laser Designator (Sand) 0kg
14x Vector 21 Nite 0kg
25x Binoculars 0kg

Launchers
2x M3 MAAWS 17kg
5x M136 (HEAT) 33kg

Total Equipment: 794kg

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