Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'scimitar'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


  • Welcome, new player! Find your first hints & tips here
  • Steel Beasts Forums
    • General Discussion
    • Support
    • Multiplayer Engagements
    • Scenario and Maps
    • Tutorials and How Tos
    • Mods
    • Ground Zero


    • Platoon
    • Company
    • Batallion
    • Brigade
  • 4.1+ Map Packages
    • Easy
    • Difficult
    • COOP Large
    • COOP Medium
    • COOP Small
    • H2H Large
    • H2H Medium
    • H2H Small
  • Pre 4.1 MAPS
    • Pre 4.1 Terrain
    • Pre 4.1 Height
  • MODS
    • Skins
    • Sounds
    • Sky
    • Splash Screens
    • Miscellaneous
    • General
    • Documentation
    • Tutorials
    • Vehicle Templates
    • Unit Templates
  • STEEL BEASTS 1 / Gold
    • Single Player Scenarios
    • Multiplayer Scenarios
    • Maps
    • Mods
    • Resources

Find results in...

Find results that contain...

Date Created

  • Start


Last Updated

  • Start


Filter by number of...


  • Start






Found 10 results

  1. Kanium Sunday 15th of October - Operation Woodlark by Apocalypse Where: Kanium TS : ts3.din-server.dk:10000 World Clock 1800 GMT (Same time as always in Europe - now adjusted for Summer Time: click the time below for your local time) World clock 1800 GMT IMPORTANT NOTICE: This SB session may be recorded with video and sound and uploaded, including to a public youtube channel. AS always, then we are running the session with the latest version of Steelbeasts. Everybody is Welcome: you don't have to belong to Kanium. We love playing with you all, the arranger and CO loves you even more if you sign up in advance 😁 Operation Woodlark By Apocalypse I. Situation a. Terrain: 1. Heavy snow covers the landscape of rolling hills and valleys - road conditions are poor, some are covered with snow, and we expect a light dusting of snow to continue into all hours of the day. 2. Major obstacles in this area include a large river that runs from north to south, splitting the BDE AO into two. We have 2x crossing sites, one to our south (land bridge) and a MLC-120t bridge to the southwest. 3. Avenues of approach include 3 major highways in the AO; HWY 5 to our West (main BDE avenue of approach), highway 90 in our AO that runs north to south, and highway 10 in the southern portion of our AO that runs east to west. 4. The landscape is dotted with small farming village, most structures are constructed from wood and lightely reinforced. OBJ TAN is one of the few major urban areas, with buildings that crest over 3-stories. Civilian population is not expected to be in the area- most have fled due to the heavy fighting in the last several months. b. Enemy: An enemy mechanized Battalion is defending the area- they are composed of 2x mechanized infantry companies (BMP-2), 2x tank companies (T-72M4), and one light recon company (4x4 trucks), and are supported by at least one battery of self-propelled artillery, and mortar platoon. They do not have significant engineer support in this sector, and we do not expect any air sorties. We believe the enemy is employing their reconnaissance company between Phase Line BRONZE and SILVER - they are using scout teams, supported by light vehicles to establish a disruption zones around a small protective minefield north of OBJ BLACK. They will employ indirect fires at choke points, and may call forward enemy armor from OBJ TAN if OBJ BLACK is threatened. We anticipate at least a company of mechanized infantry establishing their main battle zone between Phase Line SILVER and GOLD- mechanized platoons, supported by T-72 tanks will defend key terrain (high ground and choke points) using platoon-battle positions established in-depth and supported by armored counter-attacks. We also expect most intersections and hilltops to be pre-sighted with artillery and covered by forward observer teams. OBJ BLACK is being occupied by the Battalion Command post, and sits on key terrain that allows freedom of movement to the north and south, through the AO. We expect that OBJ TAN is defended by at least 2x platoons of mechanized infantry supported by tanks that are being held in hide sites to the south and west of the town. Being the location of the BN Command post, we also expect to see a significant number of support vehicles, and potentially their artillery positioned nearby. c. Friendly: Our Battalion, as part of 1st Brigade, 3 UK DIV, is tasked with cracking the flank of the enemy forces - the goal is to destroy the enemy on OBJ TAN to clear a path for 2 BDE, approaching from the north Our Battalion consists of 2x Companies (1 detached) C Squadron: Armored Recon Company supported by 2x platoons of Recon Engineers A Squadron: Tanks, supported by 2x MECH platoons from B Squadron. II. Mission Our Task Force attacks to seize OBJ TAN, to pass 2nd Brigade, so that we may continue offensive operations to the south. III. Execution a. Commanders Intent Purpose: Pass 2nd BDE along HWY 5 to continue offensive operations to the south. Key Tasks 1. Reduce mine obstacle and seize OBJ BLACK to safely pass A Squadron 2. Seize OBJ TAN - to safely pass elements of 1 BDE to the south End State 1. OBJ TAN is seized 2. Enemy forces defeated or destroyed; unable to hinder elements of 1 BDE as they pass along HWY 5 3. Friendly forces postured to pass 1 BDE at H+4 HR 4. Minimal collatoral damage or disruption to civilian way of life b. Concept 1. At H-Hour C Squadron, reinforced with Engineers, will conduct a recon-in-force to clear enemy forces from OBJ BLACK. 2. A Squadron (armor) will arrive once OBJ BLACK has been cleared- they will continue their advance south along HWY 90 and/or HWY 10 to destroy enemy elements in OBJ TAN. 3. At H+4hr, B and D Squadrons will being their attack from the north- first clearing the river-crossing site (MECH INF CO) then continuing along HWY 5 through OBJ TAN and onwards to the south. c. Fires 1. 3x 81mm tubes, in support of C Squadron 2. 3x6 SP Guns in support of A Squadron 3. 1x Company FO (C and A Squadron) IV. Service & Support Both Squadrons have organic medical, resupply, and repair assets V. Signals Friendly ID: On Map Updates: Enabled Test scenario (To verify that everything works at your end and Map Recce): Apocalypse_Woodlark TEST.sce
  2. Wardog

    Scimitar Gunner

    Not sure if your aware of this Ssnake, found it while skinning the Scimitar, told would be passed on to you, just in case, Scimitar Gunner hatch helmet showing through. If already aware then my apologies disregard and delete, thanks.
  3. Version 1.0.0


    FV107 Scimitar Reconnaissance vehicle in Woodland and Batus Camo. Regards Wardog
  4. Wardog

    FV107 Scimitar

    FV107 Scimitar Reconnaissance vehicle in Woodland and Batus Camo. Regards
  5. Wardog


    Completed Scimitar Woodland and Batus Camo, am happy to share with the community or anyone who may like the skin but can't find a Subcategorie in order to upload the file, any help appreciated. Few images Batus
  6. Wardog

    Scimitar WIP

    Upgraded an old skin i had of the Scimitar a WIP atm, will be doing a new woodland camo soonish, any sugestions or flak appreciated, all the Best Wardog. PS still clean may dirty her later tbo im not that great at adding the dirt, just throwing it, lol, but will have a go.
  7. ORDERS IN PDF: BG2 TF-48 OP CAUTIOUS TIGHTROPE.pdf KANIUM SUNDAY 4th OF FEB 1900 UTC “The Bears Gambit 2 - Operation Cautious Tightrope” BY Nike-Ajax and SnS Where: Kanium TS : teamspeak3.i3d.net:10077 World Clock 1900 UTC IMPORTANT POINT: If you havent played with us before, or if it is a while ago, then please contact either @Major duck or @Swordsmandk to help you set up your Teamspeak before the day of the session - thank you. As always open to all Intermission: Background: 1.Situation. a.Time: 151300ZOCT2018 b.Terrain: Wooded and patchy boggy terrain channel Armd manoeuver and provide concealed AT ambush sites. Major water obstacles designated as border and lake north. Heavily forested areas provide effective concealment, and will reduce overall rate of march, and can reduce observation and fields of fire to approximately 500 meters. Areas lacking heavy forestation can provide observation and fields of fire from 2-3 KM. E28/A7 major LOC however good routes north-south and east-west. c.Weather: Heavy Rain likely to persist or at least 6 hours. Visibility 2400km, heavy-winds affecting Aviation support. No impact on sensor capabilities. d.Vital Ground. All Bridge crossing points along border (within Area FALCON NAI 1/1-1/8). River banks are too steep for BMP/BTR to exit water and therefore Russian forces would require to conduct an opposed river crossing with two ferries to bridge the river. e.Key Terrain. Area between NAI 1/4 – 1/6 provides sufficient concealment & cover to enable Russian forces to establish a SBF base to defend any opposed river crossing operation into Lithuania. f.General Situation. It has been almost a month since the clash in SE Lithuania between TF-32 and Russian backed Insurgents and Russian SoF. Russia has claimed that the events of about four weeks ago, was entirely the fault of Lithuania and NATO. Tensions remain the highest since the peak of The Cold War. All the Baltic and Scandinavian countries are starting to reinforce their borders with Russia and despite calls from the UN SEC GEN, Russia refuses to cancel it’s latest ZAPAD exercise, which Russia states involves upwards of 90k troops, although NATO believe the actual figure is much higher at around 190k. In this tense situation, the war of words continues and the risk of conflict through miscalculation grows ever more likely. g.Situation Enemy Forces: 1.CoA:Two(2) days ago, Russian forces began mobilising for the ZAPOD exercise in Kaliningrad, in the vicinity of Nesterov along Route E28/A7. While, they are declared forces as part of the ZAPOD Exercise, they could easily form part of the initial force to cross Lithuanian border if so desired. Russian strategic intent seems unclear, but there remains a significant risk that this mobilisation may be a precursor to an attack to cut of Vilnius from E and NE, including Kaunas. h.Situation Enemy Forces: 2.There have been no reports of Russian forces moving across the border. However, should they choose to do so, a likely crossing point is at Chernyshevskoye-Kybartai, (AREA FALCON), 14 km to our west, an area where Russian SoF have previously infiltrated Lithuanian territory. Russian covert RECON ops have already likely to have taken place and any border incursion is likely to be rapid and part of a pre-determined plan. 3.Disposition: Composition: Russian force composition in the area of FALCON are reported to consist of a Coy Gp element of a BTG from the 79 Guards Separate Mechanized Infantry Bde; a combination of Infantry (including Snipers and ATGM teams), and armoured Recon and IFV vehicles. This includes BRDM-2, BTR-80 and some BMP-2/3. There has been one report of T72B3 being reported, however, this has not been confirmed. Russian air activity has significantly increased in the last 12 hours with HIND & HIP flights regularly patrolling the border. Russian AD batteries are on high alert. i. Situation Friendly Forces. 1.JEF, host nation and other NATO forces have been activated and are rapidly deploying forces along the border. Article V has NOT been declared and all forces operate under Lithuanian Law less agreed national exemptions. 2.Currently, the Lithuanian TF-18 is providing a limited Screen in Area FALCON with three Scorpion C/S; they are only covering the assessed most likely border crossing points (BCP). Lithuania is still considering whether to prepare Bridges In Area FALCON for demolition; currently all are still operational and are able to carry the weight of both Russian & NATO Armoured Vehicles. j.Rules of Engagement. NOTHING IN ROE LIMITS YOUR RIGHT TO DEFEND YOURSELF AND YOUR UNIT. 1.You have the right to use force to defend yourself against attacks or clear threats of attack. 2.Hostile fire may be returned effectively and promptly to stop a hostile act. 3.If OWN forces or those under their protection are attacked, then minimum force should be used under the circumstances and proportional to the threat. 4.We are not at war and in an allied nation, uncalled for destruction of civilian property will not be accepted. 5.Under NO circumstances are you allowed to cross the border, or risk crossing the border, so as not to provoke Russian forces or give them an excuse to start hostilities. k. TF-48 TASKORG; 1.TF HQ a)HQ Sect (1xWarrior, 1x BULLDOG/M113) b)1 FOO Sect (1 x FOV90) c)1x Sustainment PLT (medic, fuel, Ammo and Recovery/Mechanic) 2.2 x Recce PLT a)6 x Scimitar 3.A Coy 1 Rifles Combat Team (CT): (-) a)3 x Armoured Infantry (AI) PLT (Each 4 x Warrior) b)1 x Tank Troop (4xCR2) c)1 x AT PLT ( 3 x Warrior (12 x Javelin) d)1 x Mortar Sect ( 2 x M1064A3 in BULLDOG) l. T-48 Attachments and Detachments: 1.1 x ENG Sec (4 x BULLDOG) 2.1 x AD Sect (3 x Avenger HMMWV 3.1 x TIGER AH Flt ( 2 x AC) 4.1 x Battery M109A3 ( 2x3 Tubes), with supplytruck 5.1 x TUAV 2.TF-48 MISSION TF-48 is to Rapidly Advance to Area FALCON and conduct RECON of border for 48 hours ITO identify and report possible Russian border incursions and likely tactical plan. BPT DELAY any Russian Adv into Lithuania within boundaries for one hour between PL FALCON and PL HAWK 2. Mission and Tasks a.Extended Purpose. Provide warning of Russian likely incursion and DELAY by 1 hour any Russian attack to enable JEF to deploy to MDA. b.Key Tasks 1.Rapidly Adv to Area FALCON 2.Establish Temp FOB 3.HO/TO TF-18 4.IDENTIFY & Report Russian tactical positions, equipment types, morale and if possible, tactical plans for incursion into Lithuanian territory; 5.DETAIN any Russian forces encountered in Lithuanian side of border; 6.BPT DELAY for 1 hour Russian incursion within boundaries. c. End State 1.Terrain. TF-48 observation of all bridge crossing points in Area FALCON. 2.Friendly: TF-48 re-supplied and able to conduct further operations. 3.Enemy: If required, Russian incursion force DELAYED 1 hours from G+0 to allow JEF deployment to MDA. 4.Civilian: Minimal collateral damage and disruption to the civilian way of life. d. Constraints 1.No cross border authority. 2.ROE- Card 65 – only fire in self defence of threat to life NOT threat to property. 3.NO CS strikes into Russia. 3. Execution. A.COM JEF Intent: Quickly establish presence along border. ID Russian dispositions through patrolling of border area covering all NAI through mixture of Aviation, TUAV & ground C/S. ID fall back defensive positions if have to impose at least a one hour DELAY on any Russian incursion. B.CONOPS: A.SoM: Five (5) Phase operation: I.Phase 1. TF-48, 18, 32 deploy to assigned border areas (FALCON, GEESE & SWALLOW) and establish temp FOBs. II.Phase 2. Conduct RECON ID ENY AA, MBT, C2, Bridging, Ferry equipment’s for 48 hours. III.Phase 3. HO/TO & extract to MOB PRICE. BPT DELAY any Russian Incursion Force for sufficient time to enable deployment of TF 45 & 66 to MDA. IV.Phase 4. BPT to DISRUPT Russian Adv to VILNUS. V.Phase 5. BPT BREAK engagement with Russian Forces & withdraw further East. 2.SoFires: FIRES & CAS to be primary means of engaging Russian Forces within Lithuanian territory & providing concealment for withdrawal East. 3.Shaping Operations: ID Russian composition and dispositions along border. C.Decisive Operations: DELAY any Russian incursion for no less than 1 hour. D.Deception Operation: Establish main RECIN screen at least 2 km from border to conceal strength from Russian ISR. E.Tactical Risk: Limited ground ISR & RECON to cover entire border; light DELAY force if required; ROE constrains depth engagement; Russian AA not confirmed. Tasks to Subordinate Units: 1)TF-48: 1)Rapidly DEPLOY to Area FALCON for 48 hours 2)Establish temp FOB no nearer than 2 km from border area 3)ID Russian composition & disposition along border; 4)ID likely Russian AA into Lithuania; 5)Withdraw to FOB PRICE after 48 hours 6)BPT DELAY Russian incursion no less than 1 hour from G+0 7)BPT EMPLOY FIRES to DISRUPT Russian lead elements. 2)CSS 1)Establish ASP fwd of MDA; 2)BPT resupply, recover & re-equip all TFs on order; b. Coordinating Instructions: a.C2 No Change b.High Value Targets: MT-55, BAT-2, T72b3, PRP-1, SA-19/ZSU 23/4 HIND/HIP c.FIRES; 6x BTY155mm Direct Spt to TFs. 1 Sqn 587 Attack Sqn 6 x (TIGER AH) d.ISR; 1 Sqn 45th ISR Coy (4 x UAV) e.Sustainment: CSS to provide sustainment fwd. f.Command and Signal: a.Command: i.Succession of Command: 0A, OB, A66 (TF-48), B66 (TF-32) C 66 (TF-66). ii.Location of Key Leaders: OA with TF 32; OB with TF 66. b. Signal: i.TF HQ : 26000 ii.A Coy Combat Team (CT): (-): 46000 Othervise by CO´s orders
  8. Version 1.0.0


    The second part of Operation Salvation. Now we are engaging tanks that are t-90MS's. They are holding villages and towns, and we need to take the bridges. On map artillery. An airborne Helo Asset platoon UAV. It is a VERY long scenario. It will take at least 3 hrs.
  9. Version 1.0.0


    This is the start of ACT 2, ACT 1 in the european theatre was Operation Yankee-Gallahad, Operation Spartan, Operation Vive La France and Operation Berlin wall. This scenario focuses on a British Mechanised infanrty sqadron move and assault three objectives in an attempt to hold bridges, that will help to prevent a Russian counter attack. The next scenario will focus on 4 objectives and the involvement of Red tanks such as T-90's and T-80's along side BMP-3's. This will be matched by the involvement of the Challenger 2 MBT. This scenario will be out shortly.
  10. Version 1.0.0


    An unrealistic scenario... The Taliban have found a lost and abandoned soviet base in the mountains where they have acquired a large force of BMP's and Transports. They are going to assault FOB Edinburgh. This means that we need to take defensive positions. Repel the assualt and make a counter charge to finish off the enemy so that they have no vehicles left. Challenger 2's are not in Afghanistan, but they will be needed. Good luck.
  • Create New...