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PostPosted: Tue Dec 24, 2019 12:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Karmanaskis is defiantly not gonna like this, and we have not ended the tensions as of now, it would be most wise if you not sail near the north pacific, the KDF will react to your presence swiftly.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 24, 2019 10:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

15 miles west of Vancouver Island
15 miles west of Karmanaskis and New Canada on Van.Isl.
A group of 2 Type 23 frigates, and 2 Perry Class frigates sail from north to south starting have way between Moreshead Island and Vancouver Isl. Then turn into the channel to approach getting within 4 miles of the Canada area on Vancouver Isle. Then 180 turn to starboard heading west out to sea.
Oh, we were not supposed to do that?
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Ft. Randolf, Panama
Ranger Training continues with 4 mile hike/run in uniform with rifles and small packs. At the end, there were first aid dummies, CPR, etc. The ranger trainees need to assess the condition of the dummies and some 'wounded' volunteers on the ground. Apply needed medical attention with groups of 3 or 4 attending. The group members change about every 15 minutes. 2 hours there, each student worked on at least 7 medical scenarios.
. Then finish the hike/run with 2 miles back to camp. To cool off into the lake for swimming. Lunch. Into class to evaluate the first aid session, students receiving feedback, including instruction. Then first aid test. They are doing better. Then rest.
. After dark, up a few hills behind the barracks, in the dark, set up elevated beds at least 3 feet off the ground. Set up tripwires Sleep, as it rained, they needed to sleep. At 3am, time to rise, break down in 10 minutes head up the hill. Several Op-For NCOs were spotted, some where not. As 'mortar rounds' came in using flash grenades, they hit the dirt/mud. First aid was applied. One man from Mali-dom broke his hand, he continued on. Another from Romania-dom had a serious cut, both of which were attended to by the ranger students. They returned back to camp after lunch time, cleaning up, finally eating. Those that needed medical attention besides the two also received it.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 24, 2019 1:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

chrisswim wrote:
15 miles west of Vancouver Island
15 miles west of Karmanaskis and New Canada on Van.Isl.
A group of 2 Type 23 frigates, and 2 Perry Class frigates sail from north


In the shallow coastal waters the towed arrays are of little use and in danger of been lost on the rocky outcrops. Sonar does pick up "jiggle bells" now and then but the strong cross flows make it hard to get a bearing.
The frigates receive 1km fly by from several F-4's along the coast. All Phantoms are armed. None of the KDF corvette fleet has been seen.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 24, 2019 2:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

West of Karmanaskis
Those bricks are fast, very fast said Ensign Joachim. Iíve seen video of those with trailing smoke. Neat to see. Acquisition radar. No targeting. Similar situation with the F-4.
Sonar, nothing close, shore baffles....
. Each frigate launches a a Seahawk or Sea Lynx. Remain 13 miles out from shore.
. 5 miles further west are 4 F/A-18 C flying in. The F-4 is faster on afterburner, larger, larger radar cross section. There are 8 F-35 with EA-6 and 3 A-6 in tanker configuration with 4 S-3 Vikings inbound.
. Submarines, SSNs and SSGM boats are around along with some U-212 and/or U-214, all outside territorial waters.
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....ummmmm, thinking of deploying 234 range candidates to the region along with the last class of Rangers.... ummmmm.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 28, 2019 6:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jungle Training at Ft Randolph, Panama
Practice attacking bunkers in the forest. How to identify bunkers and defensive sites in the jungle. Then how to attack those bunkers and prepared positions.
The next day how to build, prepare and defend positions. How to use trickery to fool attackers in the jungle.
Third And fourth days in this sequence, 10 mile run, then the shooting ranges: rifle grenade, LMG, MMG, HMG, G/L, RR, sling shots including for impact grenades, bows & arrows, trip wires, sensors.
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Anagoladom, Mauritaniadom, Malidom, are transferring by rail 40,000 soldiers and supplies to Moroccodom. Asked for access from Algeria, they declined despite helping them with their natural resources in the south. Transports have been moving the early arrivals and Commonwealth soldiers to Tunisadom for defense from the Evil Empire in Libya.
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Syria.
More bombs are being set, more people are being captured setting IEDs.
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PostPosted: Fri Jan 03, 2020 6:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ft. Randolf, Panama
In the early morning, in the water on on the Atlantic Ocean side, swimming out through some waves, dealing with currents while wearing fatigues, for a mile out and back. Then in teams of 9 lifting logs as they walk forward. The then put the logs down, the men get on their knees, lift the log over their heads, then waddle forward on their knees. Build team work, endurance physically, mentally and emotionally. After 3 hours swimming and on the beach, intel session, lunch. Then attacking bunkers in the wooded hillside up the mountain. 1/3 are defending with 2/3 attacking. Rotating about every hour so every group has two attack sessions and one defense. Eating in the field, debrief & discussion of observations.
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Cedros Island, Mexico is a desirable place for a Joint Base for the Commonwealth. It would be a cutoff point for the cartel that might get through from the military patrols in the Panama zone. Mexico is favorable for the CoC to establish a base on Cedros Isle.
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 11, 2020 4:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

This Russian Spy Trawler transitioned through the Borphorous Straights few hours ago. This was photo taken while in the Black Sea.



This is the second radio, radar detention -intel gathering ship that has passed through in the last few days. The first ship headed west in the Mediterranean Sea going into the Atlantic Ocean.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 13, 2020 6:25 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Tunisadom
Boxer IFV have disembarked at Tunis, Tunisadom along with infantry. The Mechanized Infantry units will help secure the border with a Libya. The armor units are arriving soon to support the Commonwealth member, Tunisadom. Gripens JAS-39 are deploying in Tunis at the airbase, Tunis A.F. Base.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 27, 2020 5:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Panama,
Ranger Training:
A 14 day walk-about- hike in mountains, after helicopter insertion. The Ranger Trainee teams of 12 are accompanied medic and communications ** CENSORED **, (along trainer and training communication NCO). The teams rotated leaders daily to follow the intent of the objectives. Some have villages to visit to gather intel, others attack a military site or group. Some of the mechanical targets were for rifle fire, others for grenade or close combat. All team members had blank ammo, only the trainers had live ammo, including the range safety officers for the targeting. The trainer NCOs had GPS of all teams for safety and training benefits. All had water obstacles to cross.
Groups/teams would run into each other, one was told that they were to escape ASAP while the other team was to track to eliminate the other team. Counter insurgency and insurgency training. The casualties were were judged during the engagement. Wounded needed to be helped. After the engagement, all team members were restored to full operational status.
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Gibraltar Straights
At the highest level of leadership, discussion is taking place to close the Med to New Canada Naval vessels. Also at the southern end of the Red Sea to seal it off from Canada. Their forces in Saudi Arabia have been vocal with an attitude of Blood-Lust for battle despite a winning record (sic) in combat.
. Someone mentioned sealing the Indian Ocean off from the Canadian, but they would be able to transit to the south of Australia from the Pacific and south of South Africa from the Atlantic.
. With a few observer Special Forces reportedly on various location in the very cold north areas of the Northern Hemisphere, could Canada be sealed off from being able to transit military ships? What about Greenland-dom closing the eastern access. The Pacific access for Canada is limited if some island nations close the coast even though their military capability is limited, thus they would need assistance. Eski, Karmanaskis, Moresby & Graham would pose some political issues for Canada, but not enough on their own unless there was a blockade in-placed. The US will not do that.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 27, 2020 6:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey where here in Saudi Arabia to support the ROD military in there efforts against the Eurasians, I know we donít have a good track record when it comes to our military operations, but it was due to us getting outsmarted by terror groups we thought where disorganized and uneducated. this is our chance to redeem ourselves by fighting a more conventional armed forces something we know we can win against . Give us a Bloody Chance to have very successful Campaign for our military.

(Plus this is a Wargame Scenario made by Redleg, donít interfere in it.)
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 28, 2020 9:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Panama
Ranger Training Crucible
While going down a high steep mountain, several were slipping on Team 17, trying to rush to next position. One Ranger trainee slide for dozens of yards then dropped, breaking his leg. He was Med-vac out. 11 man ranger training unit, continued on. The Ranger that was leading that was not 'demoted' to the low ranking member, normal rotation in the morning will take place. It was discussed by the two Ranger trainers with the team.

Saudi Arabia,
We did not receive a message from Canadian forces since there was high level discussion. More ensued on the topic of closing the Med & Red Sea to the Canadians. Conducting a SWOT evaluation of the Operation Close-Out. Communication with allies of the Commonwealth is taking place to determine their thoughts on Operation Close-Out.
ROD, Italy, Germany, Saudi Arabia, UK, US, France along with member nations of the CoC.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 28, 2020 1:45 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Commander of the Canadian forces operating in Saudi Arabia has sent a message to that countries Government telling them that we are here working with the ROD into preventing the Eurasian empire from entering into their territory, in return we ask them to leave the Seas open to allow our ships to pass to resupply and to support the ROD and our troops.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 28, 2020 3:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The ROD is opposed to Operation Closeout because New Canada isn't at war with anyone so it doesn't seem justified to blockade their coast or restrict them from intentional waters.
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 28, 2020 5:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Maybe he should invade Grenada...
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 28, 2020 5:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The ROD is right, We never declared war on anyone as all of our operations carried out where just providing support for other nations forces deployed in the area and to build some experience within our armed forces. It would not make any sense to block our ships within our coast and entering international waters.
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