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Don't you know where you left it?

I know all these snow covered clumps of trees look similar but come on.

Maybe ask your Alpha? :o

Noo, noo, noo: I have to be assigned to one by Walrus 1. Then I'll have it. And I give you my personal promise that I won't lose it. Mind you, I might need some help from PACKHORSE 2 to keep it up to snuff! :bangin:

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You know I was thinking the same exact thing. I've watched enough Brave Rifles videos to know that voice. Is that really who I think it is? :sonic:

Well it sure as hell ain't Santa! :)

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Yeah, Santa is too fat and jolly to be a grunt.

'd make a good QM clerk though ;-)

Maybe then you'd actually get the stuff you ask for!!

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And hey: We are jolly! And anyone who claims otherwise will get his teeth kn***

Ähn sorry, did I say something? Nothing to see here, move along...

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You know I was thinking the same exact thing. I've watched enough Brave Rifles videos to know that voice. Is that really who I think it is? :sonic:

More data required before I can even begin to address that question. :)

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More of this in the upcoming mission: snow, forest, armoured vehicles and Walrus 1 ;).

YAY!

A Starring Role for Zipster!! (Hint: He's the Captain, leading his brave troopers across a minefield......wait a second, seems familiar...:cul:)

Can I ask?

Does that radio handset get in the frickin' way when your trying to "shoot" someone?

And er, hows the new rank working out for ya?

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Nah, my coy was delaying and that minefield was prepped, so once my CVs were through, we activated it and the good guys (yes, I was the evil OPFOR CO) had to breach it ;).

Hedge, That radio thingy I used for backup as the headset is not 100% reliable in snowy conditions (gathers moisture and mic malfunctions)... It doesn't get in the way when using AR, but with AT weapons it is not that great!

Today I will post the roster for staffing

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Staffing list!

Standby for orders, ETA: monday-wednesday.

After taking Valkeala, the NBG has received most of its units, most importantly the recon platoon and vanguard of the norwegian mech inf coy, also CSS element is strenghtened. Still performing other (security) duties are parts of the norwegian mech company, HQ company's ATGM platoon and some of the danish engineers. These units will be available in the following days. In addition combat casualties have been suffered and some OOB changes have been made, biggest change being temporary disbanding of B plt from FI coy (1 vehicle to fill C plt to full strenght, rest of B are in repairs).

Nordic Battlegroup

HQ company:

BG CO (CV9030) = Duke (911)

BG FO (FOV90, FO team) =

Recon plt (3x Piranha IIIC (2x .50cal, 1x AGL), FO team) =

(ATGM platoon pulling security)

Finnish Company (+/-):

CO FI (CV9030, FO team) = Zip

A Plt (4x CV9030) =

C Plt (4x CV9030) =

D Plt (4x Leo 2A4) =

(2x CV9030 in repairs)

Swedish Company:

CO SE (Strv 122) =

XO SE (CV9040C, FO team) =

A plt (2x Strv 122) =

B plt (3x Strv 122) =

C plt (3x CV9040C) =

D plt (2x CV9040C) =

(1x Strv 122 in repairs)

Norwegian Company (-):

CO NO (CV9030, FO team) =

A Plt (3x CV9030) =

D Plt (3x Leo 2A4) =

(2x CV platoons pulling security for the REMF)

Danish Company:

CO DK (M113) = Kingtiger

1st Engineer plt (3x M113eng) =

2nd Engineer plt (2x Leo 1A5 plow, 2x Biber) =

CSS plt (2x Wisent ARV, 4x M113med, 4x HEMTT ammo) =

Indirect support (off map):

Mortar company (6x M1064)

SPA Bn (12x M109)

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Happy to fill PACKHORSE 2 again.

Also if you are short staffed (given Furia's warning) I can fill SWE Coy OC as well, unless XO wants to "step up" as per the succession plan?

If the concept of Log/Engr spt is unchanged (i.e. slice allocated to each fwd Coy) doing both shouldn't be too difficult.

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Servus,

ok here is motivation for you Hedge.

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One question, what does a UK guy mean with real beer?

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Duke

A BBQ! Now your speaking my language!! :biggrin:

(And proper post "end of exercise" celebration!)

As to real beer: Google "CAMRA" Campaign For Real Ale!

Crusty will be able to exhort the superior qualties of this type of beer far more effectivley than I.

But to borrow GB's favourite phrase: "What it all boils down to:"

Lager like Kronenbourg, Fosters etc, would leave a nasty pile of chemicals.

Real Ale would leave hops & sugar, so far more "Healthy" :)

However if you would like to exhort the finer qualties of your chosen tipple, I will now hand the floor to you, sir. :)

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Servus,

ok here is motivation for you Hedge.

attachment.php?attachmentid=9045&d=1242308011

One question, what does a UK guy mean with real beer?

best regards

Duke

Wenn das beim EK war...frage ich mich was ihr nach der Hungerwoche töten durftet :-P

Ne Kuh oder das Feind-Kdo??

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A BBQ! Now your speaking my language!! :biggrin:

(And proper post "end of exercise" celebration!)

As to real beer: Google "CAMRA" Campaign For Real Ale!

Crusty will be able to exhort the superior qualties of this type of beer far more effectivley than I.

But to borrow GB's favourite phrase: "What it all boils down to:"

Lager like Kronenbourg, Fosters etc, would leave a nasty pile of chemicals.

Real Ale would leave hops & sugar, so far more "Healthy" :)

However if you would like to exhort the finer qualties of your chosen tipple, I will now hand the floor to you, sir. :)

Well what can I say, any of you who are unfortunate enough to have met me will know that Beer of all sorts is a passion for me, but especially what in the UK is refered to as Real Ale, nothing better than good beer and good company :) and I'm sure it's good for you, I'm twice the man I used to be (around the waist)

But I'd like to say that I've been fortunate to visit parts of Europe, and make a point of trying the local Beer, you can't say you don't like it if you haven't tried it :biggrin: and I really liked some of the Weise Beers I tried in Cologne, and the Belgium Beers in Brussels,

Now that we've thoroughly hijacked the thread I'll hand it back to Zip :redface:

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