Pakistan military suspected of aiding Al Qaeda and Taliban refugees near the India border. Previously, a manned reconnaissance plane flying low was shot down while conducting covert operations. The US must deny any activity related to this mission.
Crew ejected partial load before plane destruction and crash. Critical and classified assets at risk of enemy capture. Crew survivability unlikely but unknown. Known enemy activity in the region – artillery and light support units.
Locate and recover lost intelligence and other assets. Obscure evidence of US presence.
Mission is covert, with no NATO or other international support. Maintain plausible deniability. Avoid detection; disrupt reporting of US presence in the region.
- 0900 – 1030 Recon area to determine enemy disposition and communication with other elements. Avoid any contact. Record info for debrief and mission planning.
- 1100 – Find location of crash site surviving crew
- Recover all intelligence and proof of US presence
- Establish safe PZ, confirm with HQ
- Transport materials to PZ
- 1600 – Maintain security at PZ until all materials and personnel evacuated
Administration & Logistics:
- Standard medic rules and Standard Ammo limits
- NO VEHICLE SUPPORT. Squads must carry food, water and extra ammunition / loaders.
- Players must form squads, with one member communicating with command via radio. Squads organized during briefing.
- Further orders relayed via radio. Stay tuned or miss out.
- ‘Combat Lunch’ – bring food and water into the field. There is no break. You need at least 3 liters of water.
- Respawn locations (CCP) MUST be designated by the medics during battle.
- Pre-Combat Checklist
Elements of different SOF branches will combine to conduct aspects of the mission. OIC will be established before recon starts.
Command & Signal:
Command established through registration system. Both sides require an individual to volunteer for overall command, and will act as liaison with the game administration.
Word of the day: HERBIVORE
Frequencies for both sides TBA.