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120 downloadsForce Composition 3x PLT (LEO2A6) 2x PLT (CV9030DK) 1x SEC (ATTV Scout) I. SITUATION a. Enemy: Within the past 48 hours enemy forces have moved into staging areas along the Arkdon River with the known intent to attack across the international boundary to seize critical infrastructure and industrial objectives in Aarfeld. Intelligence estimates that in our area we are opposed by a Mechanized Infantry Battalion of BMP-3s supported by a tank company of T-72B3s. Objective Eagle is a major crossing point, and we assess the enemy to be defending with a recon element, supported by mechanized infantry. We expect no more than a platoon there, as it is a vulnerable location to observation and fire. Objectives HAWK and FALCON are staging areas, each with a company of mechanized infantry. The enemy has divided its tank force between its companies, so expect each mechanized company to be supported by tanks. b. Friendly. Friendly forces will attack across the Arkdon River to conduct a spoiling attack against the enemy. A Danish Combat Team is formed and prepared to seize the crossing site at OBJ EAGLE. A Joint Coalition Task Force is also reinforcing the area from the south and will attack OBJ FALCON and HAWK once the crossing site is seized at OBJ EAGLE. c. Civilian. Civilian sentiment north of the Arkdon River is unfavorable towards friendly forces. The enemy has infiltrated towns with special purpose forces to arm and provoke civilians to support an attack across the international boundary. Contact is likely in urban areas, so its best to avoid them if possible. II. MISSION. Attack to seize OBJ EAGLE to pass friendly forces across the Arkdon River. III EXECUTION Tasks 1. Seize OBJ EAGLE - defend the area and prepare to pass friendly forces. 2. Preserve Combat Power for future operations 3. Avoid collateral damage to civilians/civilian infrastructure Fires 3x Tubes of 120mm 6x 155mm Guns (180 HE / 180 SMK) IV. SUPPORT. Organic Medical and Resupply assets V. SIGNALS Map Contacts: Enabled Friendly ID: On Overhead View: On Video Playthrough:
160 downloadsHi Here is a pretty complex (red) scenario, that challenges your decision making in the field and your ability to read a map for defensive positions. You have control of a reinforced Danish Leopard 1-A5 DK-1 tank platoon. It has been reinforced with 2 more Leopards from B-company and 6 M-113's with 106mm mortar. Appart from that you have a couple of scout GD's and a support attachment. The OPFOR consists of 6 different levels ranging from 1 tank platoon to a brigade size force with support units. Furthermore the OPFOR can be enhanced with M-24 Hind airsupport, Mi-8 Airborne troops and/or a section of MRLS. So all in all a lot of different possibilitys of OPFOR. Blue force is conducting a Defence in Sector, and OPFOR is conducting a Meeting Engagement. Take your time in the planing phase so you don't get stuck with an element in the marsh or misplaced vehicle emplacements. Make sure you know how to get from one side of your sector to the other and have you your artillery priorities planed.