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  1. WARNING ORDER Operation Crazy Horse 001 Phuoc Tou - South Vietnam ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ SITUATION TIME: September 14th, 1966 @ 1900 EST (0600 ZUL) WEATHER: 112F (44C); Clear; Wind <1kn NNE; Dawn 0600 IGT; Dusk 1800 IGT The 1st Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment has been deployed to Phuoc Toy Province to provide security for friendly airbases operating the area. 1st Cavalry will attempt to route out the guerrilla forces which have been conducting constant rocket/mortar attacks on Nui Dat Airbase. ARVN Forces had originally attempted to pacify the surrounding country side, however their efforts backfired and have turned the local population against the U.S. Backed South Vietnamese Government. We now believe that the communist guerrilla's have near total control of the rural villages, and have already begun to infiltrate the larger cities of Phuoc Toy province launching a massive recruitment campaign for a large scale offensive to come. a. Enemy Disposition Scattered Disposition of Vietcong Irregulars. Including Mortars & Rocket Artillery Unknown Disposition of Heavy Machine Guns acting as Air-Defense Possible Enemy action Hasty Ambushes Heavily mined roads and trails b. Friendly Forces 2nd Platoon, Alpha Company, 1st Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment 3nd Platoon, Alpha Company, 1st Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment 4th Platoon, Alpha Company, 1st Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment 113th ARVN Home Guard Brigade c. 1966s - Rules of Engagement On order from your commander, enemy military and paramilitary forces are declared hostile and may be attacked subject to the following instructions: Positive Identification (PID) is required prior to engagement. PID is a reasonable certainty that the proposed target is a legitimate military target. If no PID, contact your next highest commander for decision. Do not engage anyone who has surrendered, or is unarmed or wounded. Any requests for fire support or close air support within 600 Meters of a civilian center must first get authorization from commanding officer. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Maps of the Province: Notes from Commander: All requests for Close Air Support/Medevac/Resupply/Insertion are to go to Mako 1-6 on FREQ 60.0. Mako 1-6 will contact Rattler 1-6 on FREQ 50.0 to request an asset to assist 1st Platoon as necessary. Once the asset is in the area of Operation for Mako 1-6, Infantry can contact the bird via CAS Net FREQ 45.0 to guide in the bird/direct close air support. If an infantry element is in threat of being overrun and requires immediate assistance, they may declare a "Tactical Emergency" to Mako 1-6, who will then have Rattler 1-6 redirect all available air assets to Mako 1-6's Area of Operation to prevent the unit from being overrun. Be sure not to stray too far off the planned & assigned path, due to the high probability of undiscovered minefields. Be sure to stay within 1st Platoon's area of operation, venturing off course into 2nd or 3rd Platoon's AO could result in blue on blue. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ MISSION 1st Platoon, A. Company, 1/7th Cavalry 1st Platoon Our primary Objective will be to locate & destroy Vietcong Mortar & Rocket sites. PRIMARY TASKING: 1st Platoon will conduct search & destroy Operations in the area between Patrol Base Hawk & Nui Dat Airbase. SECONDARY TASKING: N/A TERTIARY TASKING: N/A 71st Assault Helicopter Company 71st AHC will support the platoon from the Air. PRIMARY TASKING: Proving Reinsert, Resupply, & CAS for 1st Platoon. SECONDARY TASKING: N/A TERTIARY TASKING: N/A ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ SUPPORT 71st Assault Helicopter Company Vehicle Pool for Campaign: Rotary Wing: 3 x UH-1D 2 x CH-47 Chinook 2 x UH-1C Huey 1 x OH-6 Loch Fixed Wing: 2 x AD-1 Skyraider 1 x CH-47 Spooky 3 x O-11 Bronco Repairing: N/A Destroyed: N/A ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ COMMAND & SIGNAL Succession of Command: 1st Platoon HQ: 1LT J. Kauffman > SFC D. Brown 1st Squad: SSG D. Jordan > SGT J. Hart 2nd Squad: SSG V. Handberg > SGT D. Thompson 71st A.H.C: 2LT K. Grorud > WO1 T. Sadler > CW3 R. Hepker Call Signs "Mako 1-6", 1LT J. Kauffman "Mako 1-6R" SSG A. Cummings "Mako 1-7", SFC D. Brown "Mako 1-1", SSG D. Jordan "Mako 1-2", SSG V. Handberg "Rattler 1-6", 2LT K. Grorud "Rattler 1-1", WO1 T. Sadler "Rattler 1-2", CW3 R. Hepker "Rattler 1-3", WOC J. Rob Hand Signals Control + Num 5 = Rally/Set//Affirmative Control + Num 2 = Halt/Hold/Stop/Negative Control + Num 6 = Engage Control + Num 4 = Go/Move/ Smoke Signals Green = Friendly/Affirmative Red = Enemy/Negative Purple = Mass Casualty/Medic Required Orange = Lost/Marking Current Position Radio Frequencies Infantry Platoon Net ~ 40.0 CAS Net ~ 45.0 Aviation Platoon Net ~ 50.0 Command Net ~ 60.0
  2. WARNING ORDER Operation Sabre 005 Iran - Tehran ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ SITUATION TIME: August 17th, 2019 @ 1900 EST (0600 IGT) WEATHER: 112F (44C); Clear; Wind <1kn NNE; Dawn 0600 IGT; Dusk 1800 IGT 1st Platoon will be locating and destroying Iranian centrifuges which we believe are being used to assemble weapons of mass destruction. This task is paramount, and must be accomplished at all costs. a. Enemy Disposition Heavy Disposition of the Islamic Republic of Iran's Air Defense Force Self Propelled Anti-Air Artillery Detachment Unknown Disposition of Man-Portable Air-Defense Systems Detachments Iranian Revolutionary Guard Troops Heavy Armed and dedicated professional soldiers Possible Enemy action Expect mechanized QRF Heavy Anti-Air Defenses Forces Pursuing b. Friendly Forces 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, Pennsylvanian National Guard 56th Stryker Brigade Combat Team, Pennsylvanian National Guard 27th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, New York National Guard 1st Battalion, 258th Field Artillery Regiment, New York National Guard c. 2019s - Rules of Engagement On order from your commander, enemy military and paramilitary forces are declared hostile and may be attacked subject to the following instructions: Positive Identification (PID) is required prior to engagement. PID is a reasonable certainty that the proposed target is a legitimate military target. If no PID, contact your next highest commander for decision. Do not engage anyone who has surrendered, or is unarmed or wounded. Any requests for fire support or close air support within 600 Meters of a civilian center must first get authorization from commanding officer. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Maps of the Province: Notes from Commander: All requests for Close Air Support/Medevac/Resupply/Insertion are to go to Mako 1-6 on FREQ 60.0. Mako 1-6 will contact Rattler 1-6 on FREQ 50.0 to request an asset to assist 1st Platoon as necessary. Once the asset is in the area of Operation for Mako 1-6, Infantry can contact the bird via CAS Net FREQ 45.0 to guide in the bird/direct close air support. If an infantry element is in threat of being overrun and requires immediate assistance, they may declare a "Tactical Emergency" to Mako 1-6, who will then have Rattler 1-6 redirect all available air assets to Mako 1-6's Area of Operation to prevent the unit from being overrun. Be sure not to stray too far off the planned & assigned path, due to the high probability of undiscovered minefields. Be sure to stay within 1st Platoon's area of operation, venturing off course into 2nd or 3rd Platoon's AO could result in blue on blue. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ MISSION 1st Platoon, A. Company, 1/7th Cavalry 1st Platoon Our primary Objective will be to locate the Iranian facility with their uranium enriching centrifuges, infiltrate, destroy the facility, and ex-filtrate. PRIMARY TASKING: 1st Platoon will HALO Drop north of the OBJ, Rig major bridges at OBJ Alpha & Bravo with explosives, detonate charges as a distraction and use the chaos to infiltrate the airfield, and locate documents revealing location of centrifuges. 1st Platoon will then move to the facility, assault it, and destroy the centrifuges at all costs. SECONDARY TASKING: N/A TERTIARY TASKING: N/A 71st Assault Helicopter Company 71st AHC will support the platoon on the ground. PRIMARY TASKING: Proving Support for 1st Platoon. SECONDARY TASKING: N/A TERTIARY TASKING: N/A ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ SUPPORT 71st Assault Helicopter Company Vehicle Pool for Campaign: Rotary Wing: 6 x UH-60 BlackHawk 2 x CH-47 Chinook 2 x AH-64 Apache 1 x AH-6 Littlebird (2 x after repair) 3 x MH-6 Little Bird Fixed Wing: 2 x F-22 Raptor 2 x A-10 Warthog Repairing: 1 x AH-6 Littlebird Destroyed: 1 x AH-6 Littlebird ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ COMMAND & SIGNAL Succession of Command: 1st Platoon HQ: 1LT J. Kauffman > SFC D. Brown 1st Squad: SSG D. Jordan > SGT J. Hart 2nd Squad: SSG V. Handberg > SGT D. Thompson 71st A.H.C: 2LT K. Grorud > WO1 T. Sadler > CW3 R. Hepker Call Signs "Mako 1-6", 1LT J. Kauffman "Mako 1-6R" SSG A. Cummings "Mako 1-7", SFC D. Brown "Mako 1-1", SSG D. Jordan "Mako 1-2", SSG V. Handberg "Rattler 1-6", 2LT K. Grorud "Rattler 1-1", WO1 T. Sadler "Rattler 1-2", CW3 R. Hepker "Rattler 1-3", WOC J. Rob Hand Signals Control + Num 5 = Rally/Set//Affirmative Control + Num 2 = Halt/Hold/Stop/Negative Control + Num 6 = Engage Control + Num 4 = Go/Move/ Smoke Signals Green = Friendly/Affirmative Red = Enemy/Negative Purple = Mass Casualty/Medic Required Orange = Lost/Marking Current Position Radio Frequencies Infantry Platoon Net ~ 40.0 CAS Net ~ 45.0 Aviation Platoon Net ~ 50.0 Command Net ~ 60.0
  3. Operation Title: Operation Sabre 002 Team(S) Reporting: 1st Cavalry Division Map: Diyala Primary Task: Push through Iranian Posititions Secondary Task: Clear out Route Diamond Time Of Operation: 07/27/2019 Attendees: 1LT J. Kauffman 2LT K. Grorud WO1 T. Sadler WOC J. Rob SFC D. Brown SSG D. Jordan SSG J. Hart SSG V. Handberg SSG D. Thompson SSG A. Cummings SP6 T. Wolfe SP6 N. Bobcat SP6 B. Snurka SP6 J. Bankshaft SP5 L. Logan SP5 C. Canterbury PV2 S. Rush PV2 Z. Nelson PV2 J. Andersen PV2 A. Krilek
  4. Operation Title: Operation Sabre 003 Team(S) Reporting: 1st Cavalry Division Map: Clafghan Primary Task: Spearhead through Defenses Secondary Task: Mark enemy Hard points Time Of Operation: 08/03/2019 Attendees: 1LT J. Kauffman 2LT K. Grorud SFC D. Brown SSG V. Handberg SSG D. Jordan SSG D. Thompson SSG A. Cummings SP7 T. Wolfe SP6 N. Bobcat SP6 J. Bankshaft SP6 B. Snurka
  5. WARNING ORDER Operation Sabre 003 Iran - Zagros Mountains ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ SITUATION TIME: August 3rd, 2019 @ 1900 EST (0600 IGT) WEATHER: 112F (44C); Clear; Wind <1kn NNE; Dawn 0600 IGT; Dusk 1800 IGT Current Update on the Persian Gulf: The Iranians have a strong foothold along the Persian Gulf coast, and have continued to push through Oman and deep into Saudi Arabia. Iranian Forces have halted their advance into Iraq and have set up strong defensive positions along the Tigris and Euphrates river, believing that our main push would come through Baghdad. Coalition forces have successfully feinted an assault on Baghdad, and have diverted the majority of their forces south to push for Kuwait City, cutting off Iranian forces on the southern coast of the Gulf. Additionally another prong has been launched into Iran itself after exploiting the ongoing conflict with Kurdish Forces. The 1st Cavalry Division, along with several other Coalition units are in the process of penetrating the Zagros Mountains, and intend to come out the other side ready to strike Tehran itself. Iranian forces are few in our sector, however they are able to utilize the large Zagros mountains and have fortified the major passes, and will fight for every inch of ground. a. Enemy Disposition Unknown Disposition of the Islamic Republic of Iran's Air Defense Force Self Propelled Anti-Air Artillery Detachment Unknown Disposition of Man-Portable Air-Defense Systems Detachments Unknown Disposition of the Islamic Republic of Iran's Army Ground Forces Unknown elements of a Iranian Infantry Company Possible Enemy action Expect ambushes all along your route and its tributaries. Heavy Anti-Air Defenses Light Armored Counter Attacks Heavy IED & Mine Threat b. Friendly Forces 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, Pennsylvanian National Guard 56th Stryker Brigade Combat Team, Pennsylvanian National Guard 27th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, New York National Guard 1st Battalion, 258th Field Artillery Regiment, New York National Guard c. 2019s - Rules of Engagement On order from your commander, enemy military and paramilitary forces are declared hostile and may be attacked subject to the following instructions: Positive Identification (PID) is required prior to engagement. PID is a reasonable certainty that the proposed target is a legitimate military target. If no PID, contact your next highest commander for decision. Do not engage anyone who has surrendered, or is unarmed or wounded. Any requests for fire support or close air support within 600 Meters of a civilian center must first get authorization from commanding officer. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Maps of the Province: Notes from Commander: All requests for Close Air Support/Medevac/Resupply/Insertion are to go to Mako 1-6 on FREQ 60.0. Mako 1-6 will contact Rattler 1-6 on FREQ 50.0 to request an asset to assist 1st Platoon as necessary. Once the asset is in the area of Operation for Mako 1-6, Infantry can contact the bird via CAS Net FREQ 45.0 to guide in the bird/direct close air support. If an infantry element is in threat of being overrun and requires immediate assistance, they may declare a "Tactical Emergency" to Mako 1-6, who will then have Rattler 1-6 redirect all available air assets to Mako 1-6's Area of Operation to prevent the unit from being overrun. Be sure not to stray too far off the planned & assigned path, due to the high probability of undiscovered minefields. Be sure to stay within 1st Platoon's area of operation, venturing off course into 2nd or 3rd Platoon's AO could result in blue on blue. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ MISSION 1st Platoon, A. Company, 1/7th Cavalry 1st Platoon Our primary Objective will be spearhead through Iranian Defenses in the Mountain Passes, drawing fire, marking enemy strong points. clearing enemy ambushes, clearing Anti-Air Sites, etc PRIMARY TASKING: 1st Platoon will move to breach the Iranian's front line near the village of Dezemhir. SECONDARY TASKING: 1st Platoon will push through Route Nancy and Route Sussie, clearing enemy ambushes & danger areas, and anti-air sites. TERTIARY TASKING: 1st Platoon will Clear the village of Lotohafaz, and establish a defensive positions. 71st Assault Helicopter Company 71st AHC is to act as armored support for 1st Platoon PRIMARY TASKING: Proving Support for 1st Platoon. SECONDARY TASKING: Conduct resupply & reinserts TERTIARY TASKING: N/A ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ SUPPORT 71st Assault Helicopter Company Vehicle Pool for Campaign: Rotary Wing: 6 x UH-60 BlackHawk 2 x CH-47 Chinook 2 x AH-64 Apache 1 x AH-6 Littlebird (2 x after repair) 3 x MH-6 Little Bird Fixed Wing: 2 x F-22 Raptor 2 x A-10 Warthog Repairing: 1 x AH-6 Littlebird Destroyed: 1 x AH-6 Littlebird ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ COMMAND & SIGNAL Succession of Command: 1st Platoon HQ: 1LT J. Kauffman > SFC D. Brown 1st Squad: SSG D. Jordan > SGT J. Hart 2nd Squad: SSG V. Handberg > SGT D. Thompson 71st A.H.C: 2LT K. Grorud > WO1 T. Sadler > CW3 R. Hepker Call Signs "Mako 1-6", 1LT J. Kauffman "Mako 1-6R" SSG A. Cummings "Mako 1-7", SFC D. Brown "Mako 1-1", SSG D. Jordan "Mako 1-2", SSG V. Handberg "Rattler 1-6", 2LT K. Grorud "Rattler 1-1", WO1 T. Sadler "Rattler 1-2", CW3 R. Hepker "Rattler 1-3", WOC J. Rob Hand Signals Control + Num 5 = Rally/Set//Affirmative Control + Num 2 = Halt/Hold/Stop/Negative Control + Num 6 = Engage Control + Num 4 = Go/Move/ Smoke Signals Green = Friendly/Affirmative Red = Enemy/Negative Purple = Mass Casualty/Medic Required Orange = Lost/Marking Current Position Radio Frequencies Infantry Platoon Net ~ 40.0 CAS Net ~ 45.0 Aviation Platoon Net ~ 50.0 Command Net ~ 60.0
  6. WARNING ORDER Operation Sabre 002 Iran ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ SITUATION TIME: July 27, 2019 @ 1900 EST (0600 IGT) WEATHER: 112F (44C); Clear; Wind <1kn NNE; Dawn 0600 IGT; Dusk 1800 IGT According to Israeli intelligence which has been corroborated with British Intelligence, it was the Iranian's intentions all along to provoke an incident with Iraqi border forces, in order to gain justifications for their all out offensive. Current Update on the Persian Gulf: The Iranians have launched a successful invasion of the Persian gulf states, closing the straits of Hormuz, and in turn, Iran now controls 58% of the World's Oil Reserves. In the wake of this, the UN Security Council unanimously approved the use of force to assist the gulf states of Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UEA, and Oman, and immediately an international fleet was sent to keep the gulf from being captured. Several US, British, and French Vessels were trapped within the Persian Gulf, while the Majority of the battle fleet has formed a blockade and begun a rigorous bombing campaign hitting strategic Iranian Positions. In addition, Coalition ground forces have been struggling to reach the front due to the logistical nightmare & communications nightmare caused as a result of the surprise assault and planned assassinations of many of the Gulf State Shah's. Egypt & Jordan are being used as the key basing areas for UN Forces entering the theater, however Israeli ports and airfields have remained closed to coalition troops in order to gain the trust and assistance of over Middle Eastern States, further complicating the logistical nightmare. US Forces that were presently stationed in Bahrain and Qatar were overran within the first thirty-six hours of fighting; A large majority of the US Forces stationed in Kuwait and Oman strategically withdrew and were able to assist Saudi Forces in the defense of Riyadh, and continuing the defense of Northern Oman. The Situation in Iraq is much more complicated. With a limited US Force stationed in Ramadi, and our position 200 KM East of Mosul, on the Iraqi-Iranian-Turkish Border. Iraqi Government Forces were over run all across the line, allowing the Iranians to Seize both the Tigris, and up the eastern side of the Euphrates. The Iraqi army has completely collapsed along with their puppet government, which has been replaced with direct Iranian control. A large majority of the population has flocked to the Iranian cause and formed large Shia militias. Southern Iraq has fallen while the predominantly Kurdish, Northern Iraq has held strong during the Iranian onslaught. As of yesterday Morning, US Forces have recaptured the Iraqi city of Kakuk, and began the fight for Bagdad. The Iranian forces in the north have ceased their assault into Iraq, believing us to be too weak to mount and offensive, Iranian forces have moved south to reinforce their position along the Euphrates. In addition, Turkey has yet to lend any assistance to Coalition forces, and are currently bogged down engaging the same Kurdish Militias that have offered us their support. Relying on Turkish neutrality and believing our major offensive thrust to come through Baghdad & believing our northern Flank to be exhausted, we believe that the Iranians only have a token force guarding the passes into Zagros Mountains. A small but specialized Iranian force has been left to garrison our sector, with the majority of OpFor ground forces being made up of Iraqi Shia Militas. Our Objective today will be to launch an offensive, pushing the Iranians out Northern Iraq, in preparation for an invasion of Northern Iran itself. Last week Iranian forces captured Route Diamond, the MSR running through our sector, in addition to several key oil refineries in the Region. Over the past week, Iranian forces have set up several hardpoints to defend their positions on this route. Our Objectives today will include, recapturing the Masbah and Doura Oil Refineries, clearing, and reopening the northern half of Route Diamond, to allow for Coalition forces to travel north in preparation for our invasion of Iran proper. Other Coalition Forces have joined the fray, and will be engaging other objectives within our sector. In addition Civilians have been evacuated from the villages along Route Diamond. a. Enemy Disposition Unknown Disposition of the Islamic Republic of Iran's Air Defense Force Self Propelled Anti-Air Artillery Detachment Unknown Disposition of Man-Portable Air-Defense Systems Detachments Unknown Disposition of the Islamic Republic of Iran's Army Ground Forces Unknown elements of a Iranian Infantry Company 1st Brigade, Popular Mobilization Forces 1st Battalion PMF Mosul (300 Strong) Possible Enemy action Expect light mortar barrages, if the enemy has a fix on your location & if you are stationary for too long. Expect Militia ambushes all along Route Diamond and its tributaries. Though professional Iranian forces are minor in this sector, we believe that they're manning anti-air and anti-tank weapon systems at key hard points along Route Diamond Possible IED & Mine Threat b. Friendly Forces 2nd Platoon, Alpha Company, 1/7th Cavalry Regiment 3rd Platoon, Alpha Company, 1/7th Cavalry Regiment 1e Groupe Commandement des Operations Speciales, 13e Bataillon de Chasseurs Alpins, 71st AHC, acting as an Armored Platoon c. 2019s - Rules of Engagement On order from your commander, enemy military and paramilitary forces are declared hostile and may be attacked subject to the following instructions: Positive Identification (PID) is required prior to engagement. PID is a reasonable certainty that the proposed target is a legitimate military target. If no PID, contact your next highest commander for decision. Do not engage anyone who has surrendered, or is unarmed or wounded. Any requests for fire support or close air support within 600 Meters of a civilian center must first get authorization from commanding officer. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Maps of the Province: Notes from Commander: All requests for Close Air Support/Medevac/Resupply/Insertion are to go to Mako 1-6 on FREQ 60.0. Mako 1-6 will contact Rattler 1-6 on FREQ 50.0 to request an asset to assist 1st Platoon as necessary. Once the asset is in the area of Operation for Mako 1-6, Infantry can contact the bird via CAS Net FREQ 45.0 to guide in the bird/direct close air support. If an infantry element is in threat of being overrun and requires immediate assistance, they may declare a "Tactical Emergency" to Mako 1-6, who will then have Rattler 1-6 redirect all available air assets to Mako 1-6's Area of Operation to prevent the unit from being overrun. Be sure not to stray too far off the planned & assigned path, due to the high probability of undiscovered minefields. Be sure to stay within 1st Platoon's area of operation, venturing off course into 2nd or 3rd Platoon's AO could result in blue on blue. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ MISSION 1st Platoon, A. Company, 1/7th Cavalry 1st Platoon Our primary Objective will be to recapture and secure Route Diamond. PRIMARY TASKING: 1st Platoon will move to capture Iranian Hard Points & Air defense sites along route Diamond. SECONDARY TASKING: Clear Shia militias out of villages along Route Diamond. TERTIARY TASKING: N/A 71st Assault Helicopter Company 71st AHC is to act as armored support for 1st Platoon PRIMARY TASKING: Proving Support for 1st Platoon. SECONDARY TASKING: Conduct resupply & reinserts TERTIARY TASKING: N/A ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ SUPPORT 71st Assault Helicopter Company Vehicle Pool for Campaign: Rotary Wing: 6 x UH-60 BlackHawk 2 x CH-47 Chinook 2 x AH-64 Apache 1 x AH-6 Littlebird (2 x after repair) 3 x MH-6 Little Bird Fixed Wing: 2 x F-22 Raptor 2 x A-10 Warthog Repairing: 1 x AH-6 Littlebird Destroyed: 1 x AH-6 Littlebird ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ COMMAND & SIGNAL Succession of Command: 1st Platoon HQ: 1LT J. Kauffman > SFC D. Brown 1st Squad: SSG D. Jordan > SGT J. Hart 2nd Squad: SSG V. Handberg > SGT D. Thompson 71st A.H.C: 2LT K. Grorud > WO1 T. Sadler > CW3 R. Hepker Call Signs "Mako 1-6", 1LT J. Kauffman "Mako 1-6R" SSG A. Cummings "Mako 1-7", SFC D. Brown "Mako 1-1", SSG D. Jordan "Mako 1-2", SSG V. Handberg "Rattler 1-6", 2LT K. Grorud "Rattler 1-1", WO1 T. Sadler "Rattler 1-2", CW3 R. Hepker "Rattler 1-3", WOC J. Rob Hand Signals Control + Num 5 = Rally/Set//Affirmative Control + Num 2 = Halt/Hold/Stop/Negative Control + Num 6 = Engage Control + Num 4 = Go/Move/ Smoke Signals Green = Friendly/Affirmative Red = Enemy/Negative Purple = Mass Casualty/Medic Required Orange = Lost/Marking Current Position Radio Frequencies Infantry Platoon Net ~ 40.0 CAS Net ~ 45.0 Aviation Platoon Net ~ 50.0 Command Net ~ 60.0
  7. Team(S) Reporting: 1st Cavalry Division Map: Lythium Tasks: Liberation Secondary Tasks: Patrol Date of Patrol: 07/23/2019 Attendees: 1LT J. Kauffman SSG D. Jordan SSG D. Thompson SP6 N. Bobcat SP6 T. Wolf PV2 W. Aspy
  8. Team(S) Reporting: 1st Cavalry Map: Lythium Tasks: Liberation Secondary Tasks: Liberation Date of Patrol: 07/16/2019 Attendees: 1LT J. Kauffman 2LT K. Grorud WO1 T. Sadler SFC D. Brown SSG V. Handberg SSG D. Thompson SP6 T. Wolfe SP6 B. Snurka SP6 N. Bobcat PV2 J. Andersen PV2 A. Krilek
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