Karate Pyjamas Posted September 23, 2017 Share Posted September 23, 2017 When : Saturday 30th September, 1845 UK LOCAL (GMT +1) Server: EU3/AWE Briefing / Planning: 1830 UK LOCAL (GMT +1) Mission Start: 1900 UK LOCAL (GMT +1) Map: Altis Mods: Standard AWE First person lock: No Loadouts: Pre-set with limited supplies Respawns: Yes Mission Length: ~120 minutes. Factions: BLUFOR (USMC) vs OPFOR (SPA, Russian equipped) JIP: Available Number of Slots: 40-ish (with 1 Zeus operator) Sign Up Link: https://goo.gl/forms/pVExAOBC40p3nukN2Current Roster, definitely not final: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1224d13vb_pIzLRNprwLE0gfxvNohuBkmW-r4MXcZZxE/edit?usp=sharing Debrief: The time of day we picked to do the beachhead assault turned out to be perfect, a gentle fog rolled in obscuring our movements and the enemy didn't realize until we were right on top of them. Their reinforced positions turned out to be no match for our units. The push into Stavros went steady and carefully. If only we didn't get our hopes up about their weak resistance up until now. The second push we did into Neochori turned into a bloodbath, our gunfire had directed all of their units to hold up in a single road spanning Neochori from south to north. The streets turned red from the blood from both sides. Their mobile machineguns wrecked Bravo Squad before they even knew they were being engaged. The SPA is also recruiting suicide bombers as we had a civilian vehicle running laps through the town, only to detonate prematurely on its first direct contact. Afterwards, we headed to a military structure which had intel that the SPA has heavy armour available, though their drivers may not be competent, it's something to look out for. Raiding that base was a wise move as we also found RPG-7's which we could use against their armour. An informant was holding up just outside that base and ran towards us when we were just about to enter Lakka. The SPA is now using mines in a desperate attempt to keep us away from them, the informant was then brought to safety as it's getting too hot on Altis for him to stick around. The SPA launched a final attack with mortars, probably coming from the airfield, and 2 times T-72's which were easily taken care of using the RPG-7's we found. We're currently reinforcing the checkpoint, we are using scavenged trucks to haul supplies from the beaches quickly into Lakka, it will only be a matter of time before they will attack us. A small group is to hold the checkpoint, while the others returned to base and will be assaulting the airfield from a different direction soon. Mission brief: We will launch an attack at the Gravia Military Airfield. We have a team holding out in Lakka cutting of their MSR. Without SPA reinforcements from the west, our armour should be able to roll up to the base whilst defending our troop convoy. Our convoy will leave from the Pyrgos base. Try to leave the airfield as much intact as possible! Vortex is not available to soften up the airfield in advance, we need that base to get a central foothold of Altis. Anything we destroy that is not a threat will become a liability to us. Intel Received:We are unable to get aerial shots of the objective due to a high AA threat. We're going to have to do with a map. Our informants were also unable to gather information as most of them have fled the area. Vortex will only be able to deliver troops and supplies outside of the no-fly zone. There's a military looking facility to the east of the airfield, but we have no clue what might be in there. To conceal our approach to the airport as much as possible we will have to pass behind that complex, so proceed with caution. From there the safest route seems to be to attack the airfield in 3 stages, the initial assault on the barracks, the secondary assault on the terminal and the third assault on the hangars. We need to clear out each and every building at the airfield. We have a variety of vehicles at our disposal, most notably armoured troop carriers which may serve as good mobile cover when pushing up the airfield. With the task force holding out at the Lakka Checkpoint we shouldn't have to worry about reinforcements that may surprise us at the airfield. Our engineers have been hard at work to give them reinforced cover and some static guns. Ammo, medic supplies and AT4's are aplenty at the checkpoint. If for any reason the task force is overrun, there are HMMWV's near the checkpoint for a quick escape. When the checkpoint is overrun, it's crucial the enemy does not get their hands on our supplies. Take them with you or destroy them when the going gets tough. Any questions, comments or suggestions should be posted below. P.s. Prometheus will run for 1 more week, then a one week break then 3 more consecutive weeks. Regards, KPJ Shadow Knight 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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