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    ONS Briefing Room

    Post by Ronin201 on Fri Jun 19, 2015 2:10 pm

    When new missions come up for the air portion of ONS, you can find the briefing for em here. Below are the missions that we have currently completed and the results

    Air Mission 1: Watchdogs
    Date: March 7, 2018 (UN HQ Time: 0900)
    AO: Near the Fomosa Oil Rig Complex
    Result: Kedhani forces in the local area engaged and pacified after engaging and destroying an unarmed jet in the AO. Jet revealed to be carrying Kedhani official trying to defect.

    Air Mission 2: Wagon Train
    Date: March 9, 2018 (UN HQ Time: 0700)
    AO: Off the Coast of Southeast Shamlak
    Result: Evacuation of oil rigs in the area due to Kedhani-Shamlaki naval battle. Multiple air engagements with both forces. Shamlaki SSMs fired on one oil rig after battle; rig destroyed.

    Air Mission 3: No Peace in Our Time
    March 14, 2018 (UN HQ Time: 1545)
    AO: Northwest Kedhan/Southeast Shamlak
    Result: After an official declaration of war against both Kedhan and Shamlak, who have allied, both countries were attacked heavily by Coalition aircraft. numerous air engagments and heavy attacks on C2 nodes and major military targets. large fires in the city of Burj Al Nasr.

    Air Mission 4: Muh Boats
    March 16, 2018 (UN HQ Time: 0700)
    AO: Persian Sea
    Result: Enemy Flotillas attempting to disrupt Coalition operations destroyed or rendered combat ineffective.

    Air Mission 5: The Cluster
    March 19, 2018 (UN HQ Time: 0845)
    AO: Coast of Southern Kedhan, Near the Fomosa Oil Rig
    Result: Ustian special forces rescued after intense fighting. Multiple air engagements and the destruction of several Kedhani ground units and a bridge allowing them to attack said Ustian unit.

    Air Mission 6: The Furball
    March 21, 2018 (UN HQ Time: 1100)
    AO: North Kedhan
    Result: Large blow struck to Kedhani and Shamlaki air forces despite initial ambush. Control of the air now securely in Coalition's favor.
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    Re: ONS Briefing Room

    Post by Ronin201 on Fri Jun 19, 2015 2:11 pm

    This is our current mission in progress

    Air Mission 7: Whiskey Mike Delta
    March 22, 2018 (UN HQ Time: 1435)
    AO: Kedhan and Shamlak

    It has been determined that in order to end all hostilities in the region, both regimes in Shamlak and Kedhan must be effectively dismantled. After this, peacekeeping forces will oversee reconstruction efforts in the region as well as reformation of the governments of both countries. High command has amassed the forces to carry out ground operations in both countries, but a major threat remains. Using outside help from a number of international scientists, Kednai and Shamlak have both been constructing their own programs for Weapons of Mass Destruction. These have been identified as primarily being chemical and biological weapons, though there are implications of nuclear weapons as well. These programs have been targeted since the start of the war, but their remaining assets must be destroyed before we can put troops in either country. This will be another mission where you will be divided into teams striking several targets. Refer to the sub-briefings below for the details.

    Strike One: Plant K-15, Shamlak
    Time of Strike: 1745 Local
    Units Involved: VF-3 (OMDF), VFA-206 (OMDF), 341st FBS (YAF), VMFA-410 (OMC), 52nd TEWS (REAF), 18th ACCS (OADF)

    Shamlak has a number of facilities across its rural regions it uses to produce the pieces for its WMD program and store them. We have destroyed most of them save for a few, including this one. The primary targets will be the six storage buildings and the four buildings where the weapons are produced, a total of ten structures. Defense for the base is provided both by local fighter units and ground-based anti-aircraft weapons. The bases primary Triple-A is provided by four KS-1 SAMs, but recent imagery has made a disturbing discovery. We believe that Shamlaki military units are now in possession of two ground-based AIM-120 systems to back up their KS-1s and six Type 87 AA Guns.

    VF-3 and VFA-206 will act as the primary strike force, providing three planes each to hit the targets. The Yuktobanian Air Force will provide air cover with MiG-33s, but VF-3 may provide additional support if the need arises. VMFA-410 will hit the facility first, destroying enemy AA batteries with electronic support from a pair of Rafale ERs, which have just been deployed by the REAF. AWACS callsign will be “Mother”. Tanker support will be provided off the coast of the country as well. The target itself is in the northwestern part of Shamlak, and the complex is rectangular in shape. The production facilities are spread throughout the facilities, but the storage facilities are fairly close together. The storage facilities have the appearance of regular warehouses with proper roadway before them for transport trucks. The production facilities have loading ramps and are two-story complexes. Good luck.

    Strike Two: Bessus Research Complex, Kedhan
    Time of Strike: 1745 Local
    Units Involved: 4th FS (REAF), 245th TFS (OADF), 71st TFS (OADF), VF-138 (OMDF), VAQ-114 (OMDF), 70th AFU Angvir (UAF), 18th ACCS (OADF)

    One of the major pieces of the Kedhani WMD program has evaded us until now, and that is the Bessus Research Complex in the mountains of Central Kedhan. We will be targeting both the above ground and underground parts of the facility in order to destroy it. Targets on the surface will be its three exits, a primary communications tower, and the roads and helipads that allow it to be accessed. Underground we will be destroy the complex’s primary lab and data storage facility. The complex is guarded by four SA-20 sites in the mountains surrounding it. These weapons are supported by six Tungskas emplaced about the area. Additionally, we have solid intel that KAF fighter operate very aggressively over the area.

    The strike force will be a joint REAF-OADF formation. The REAF’s Mirages will attack surface targets, while two F-15Es of the OADF will deliver bunker busters against the underground targets. A flight of eight F-22s from the 71st TFS will establish a CAP early so that F-21s from VF-138 can attack major SAM sites and establish a clean corridor for the attackers. ECM support will be provided by two EFA-31s and two EA-18Gs. AWACS callsign will be “Plateau”. Tankers will give you any needed gas off the coast. Good luck.

    Strike Three: Plant K-32, Shamlak
    Time of Strike: 1745 Local
    Units Involved: 456th MNFW (Rosenthal), 188th TFS (OADF), 32nd FS (OADF), VMAQ-8 (OMC), 18th ACCS (OADF)

    Shamlak has a number of facilities across its rural regions it uses to produce the pieces for its WMD program and store them. We have destroyed most of them save for a few, including this one. The primary targets will be the six storage buildings and the four buildings where the weapons are produced, a total of ten structures. Defense for the base is provided both by local fighter units and ground-based anti-aircraft weapons. The bases primary Triple-A is provided by four batteries of KS-1 SAMs, but recent imagery has made a disturbing discovery. We believe that Shamlaki military units are now in possession of two ground-based AIM-120 systems to back up their KS-1s and six Type 87 AA Guns.

    The Basilisks will act as the primary strike force with six planes. A flight of F-22 Raptors from the 188th TFS will fly CAP, though any other fighter aircraft can support the effort. The 32nd FS will hit the facility first, destroying enemy AA batteries with electronic support from a pair of EA-18Gs. AWACS callsign will be “Polaris”. Tanker support will be provided off the coast of the country as well. The target itself is in the far eastern part of Shamlak, and the complex is rectangular in shape. The production facilities are spread throughout the facilities, but the storage facilities are fairly close together. The storage facilities have the appearance of regular warehouses with proper roadway before them for transport trucks. The production facilities have loading ramps and are two-story complexes. Additionally, the complex has been infiltrated by Spetsnaz commandos looking to gather more info on the facility before it’s destroyed. Provide support to them if needed.
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    Re: ONS Briefing Room

    Post by Ronin201 on Mon Jun 22, 2015 11:09 am

    Air Mission 8: Boots On the Ground, Part 1
    March 27, 2018 (UN HQ Time: 0330)
    AO: Coast of Central Kedhan/Coast of Southwest Shamlak

    The time has come to begin major ground operations in the region. A two-pronged attack is planned to first divert enemy forces into the wrong places and then drive straight for their hearts. The first phase of this will involve several amphibious and airborne assaults in both Kedhan and Shamlak while the second, a ground invasion from Yuktobania into Shamlak, reaches its final stages of preparation. The Osean 2nd Marine Division and Ustian 2nd Infantry Division will conduct the main landings, while the Emmerian 12th and 20th Marine Regiments conduct a smaller landing around Burj Al Nasr with support from the Ustian 18th Airborne. Further in Kedhan, the Osean 101st Airborne and Emmerian 11th Parachute Brigade will conduct multiple drops to secure additional targets. Expect this to be one of the biggest battles of the war yet.

    The landings in Shamlak will be mostly to divert attention away from the primary landings in Kedhan, but both are to establish a foothold. The entire operational area encompasses the coastlines of both countries from Burj Al Nasr to Hafiz. The landings in Kedhan will take place to the northeast of Hafiz (Eagle Beach) while Shamlak will be attacked on the peninsula near Burj Al Nasr (Faucon Beach). Aircraft involved in this operation will mostly providing close air support unless otherwise noted. Aircraft will be assigned to a specific beach, but may be reassigned as the situation changes.

    -Eagle Beach
    FAC: Cherry Picker, VMFA(AW)-408 (OMC)
    CAS: VF-138 (OMDF), VF-3 (OMDF), VMFA-410 (OMC), 456th MNFW (Rosenthal), 98th FS (UAF), MAG Air Assets (OMC)
    AWACS: Judgment, 18th ACCS (OAF)

    -Faucon Beach
    FAC: Predator, 42nd SFS (REAF)
    CAS: 4th FS (REAF), 32nd FS (OAF), 70th AFU (UAF), 184th TFS (OAF), 39th SFS (REAF)
    AWACS: Marksman, 18th ACCS (OAF)

    Enemy coastal defenses themselves are relatively light; reaction forces are the problem. Kedhan has been expecting an invasion since the beginning from the sea and despite repeated bombardment, has kept a strong force near the coast. All-source intel confirms that the Shamlakis have at least two mechanized infantry divisions in the area, well defended by SAMs and AA guns. In Shamlak, the enemy presence is lighter due to coalition forces massing to the north, but they’ve placed a regiment of helicopter-mobile troops, one mechanized regiment, and one armored. Neither has been shown to be heavily defended by their air forces. SEAD flights will work on destroying any air defenses, and CAPs will still be present to hold the line so you can fly freely. You primary targets will be enemy ground troops.

    The terrain will begin to play a vital factor in missions like this from now on. Eagle Beach is largely flat with coastal towns and paved roads, with hills starting further in. The terrain around the beaches that eventually lead to Burj Al Nasr is very rugged, suited more for infantry than vehicles until paved roads are reached. There are also a number of ruins in the area, ancient fortresses from the Middle Ages. We believe the Shamlakis have dug in using a number of these ruins. The Kedhans have mostly relied on fortifying towns, mining roads, making defensive lines and SAM traps. Listen carefully to ground-based controllers to avoid wasting ordinance. Once your ordinance is expended or you are low on gas, return to base. You will be informed if you are to be launched again to provide more support. Good luck.
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    Re: ONS Briefing Room

    Post by Ronin201 on Mon Sep 07, 2015 5:28 pm

    Air Mission 9: Boots On the Ground, Part 2
    March 27, 2018 (UN HQ Time: 1930)
    AO: Northern Shamlak
     
    Though we have a foothold in Southern Shamlak, the landings are not the main punch. Our primary attack will come tonight, led by a joint Yuktobanian-Osean thrust into the northern part of the country, where the terrain is favorable to heavy vehicles. The Osean 3rd Infantry Division, along with the Yuktobanian 32nd Guards Armored Division will make up the ground element. Both divisions will press forward as far as they cane before they must stop to resupply, at which point they will dig in before moving again. They are expected to encounter only small towns and cross some major highways as they advance, but will not reach any major cities during the first leg of their advance.

    Our primary mission will be to support them on the ground and defend them from attack by enemy aircraft. Due to now public resupply by the Peoples’ Federation of Verusea, Shamlak has been able to replenish some of its losses in terms of aircraft, and it also maintains a large fleet of attack helicopters in the form of the Denel Rooivalk. The Shamlakis are pushing the bulk of their land forces to meet this attack, and we have determined at least three divisions will meet the attacking forces as they press south. Though we will not be able to destroy these enemy formations in one sweep, we will destroy what we can. Our primary targets will be Type 99 MBTs, Cheolmae-2 SAMs, and Type 87 AA guns, as well as any artillery batteries in the area. Besides Rooivalks, the Shamlakis are expected to attack with F-16Fs and JF-17s covered by Mirage 2000s and possibly their remaining EF2000s. Check below to see your assignments. Strike aircraft should be ready to attack either SAMs or armor; coordinate with who shall do what.
     
    AWACS: Bakal, 83rd Aerospace Command Squadron (YAF)
    x1 A-50 Mainstay
     
    FAC: Roadman, 34th Air Command and Control Squadron (OAF)
    x1 E-8C JSTARS
     
    EW: Lebev 2, 601st Electronic Warfare Squadron (YAF)
    x4 Su-24MP Fencer
     
    CAP: VF-138 Red Ronin (ON), VF-3 Tomcatters (ON), 32nd FS Canis (OAF)
    x8 F-21A Thunderhawk
    x4 F-16C Block 50 (M) Fighting Falcon
     
    Strike: VMFA-410 Crusaders (OMC), 8th TFS Basilisk (Rosenthal), 4th FS Eagles (REAF)
    x4 F/A-18F Super Hornet
    x4 F-14D Quickstrike
    x4 Mirage 2000-5 Mark 2
     
    In addition to you, there will be several supporting flights. The YAF has committed a squadron of MiG-33s, one of Su-25s, and one of Su-34s to the fight, and the Osean Air Force will have a squadron of F-35s and one of A-10s on standby. Mi-28s and AH-64s will be available at lower level, and both divisions have a substantial artillery arm. Call on this support if you have spotted any targets of opportunity but cannot engage them. Good luck.


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    Re: ONS Briefing Room

    Post by Ronin201 on Sat Jan 23, 2016 4:35 pm

    Air Mission Ten: Blow up Your Video
    April 3, 2018 (UH HQ Time: 0730)
    AO: The City of Ah-Alawaki, Kedhan
     
              Your efforts in this brief but intense war have not gone unnoticed, so today we’ll be giving you the honor of a “special” job. The Kedhani State media, which has gained much ill-will due to its heavy bias, has been targeting for destruction so our Psychological operations working to encourage peasant uprisings in the interior can move forward unhindered. Osean Marines have begun operations in the outskirts of the city in which the primary headquarters of the syndicate is, and have also identified the safehouse of several major scientists working for Sawari. However, they have been unable to secure the area due to intense fighting, and it is believed the scientists will try to escape the area, most likely via the main highway. Though it usually isn’t our line of work, we’ve been ordered to help prevent them from fleeing by supporting the Marines or cutting off their escape routes. Command has deemed their elimination as an option only if they are about to evade capture.
              Ah-Alawaki is a small but dense city with most of its modern buildings in the center. There are several hills to the west and north, which may provide cover for artillery and anti-aircraft weapons. The media building is distinguishable by a large number of white dishes and communications antae atop it, as well as its position next to the main highway that runs through town. Air defenses in the city are largely ground-based, ranging from man-portable weapons to visually directed anti-aircraft guns to infantry using their rifles. However, the air threat seems to have seen a small resurgence due to a disturbing development in the strategic picture. We have reason to believe that Verusea may be more involved than simple words. Reports have surfaced of a rising number of J-10 aircraft in Kedhani markings, as well as an apparent replenishing in the Kedhani Flanker force, which had previously thought to have been mostly destroyed. You will be divided into two separate strike packages, organized as such.
     
              Strike Package One (Media Building)
              CAP: 4th FS Eagles (REAF)
              SEAD: VF-138 Red Ronin (OMDF)
              Strike: 456th MNFW Basilisk (Rosenthal)
     
              Strike Package Two (Scientists)
              CAP: VMFA-410 Crusaders (OMC)
              SEAD: VF-3 Tomcatters (OMDF)
              Strike: 32nd FS Canis (OAF)


              AWACS: 18th ACCS “AWACS Marshall” (OAF)
     
              Good luck, this war is close to its end. If we can close it before the Eruseans and Veruseans have a justifiable reason to go in, we may be able to prevent a larger conflict.


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