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Operation Guardian Angel

Post  Spartan on Fri Jul 31, 2009 6:17 pm

This is a medium scale, medium length war game, as in not big like Operation Certain Death but not small like 4 man 2v2 ops.

Background: A rebel force located in southern India has captured a large airbase near Sri Lanka. They have used the planes located at the airbase for air superiority over the invasion of Sri Lanka [controlled by Uatia.] They took the island in 18 hours. Now Uatia has gathered a large force of Marines and paratroopers to combat the 25,000+ rebels controlling the island. They Have requested GPEO's air superiority and close air support as they counter-attack the island. It is know that the base the rebels captured was a WWII Cargo Plane restoration field, and a base of operations for a small Indian Fighter unit.

The base they captured had: 10 Mig-29s, 10 SU-27s, 15 UH60 Blackhawks, 9 CH47 Chinooks, 5 C130s, 1 C5, and 30 restored DC-3s. Recon has provided Information that the rebels are using all the DC3s for paratroopers, while the C130s and C5 are supplies.

The bases that Uatia had on Sri Lanka gave them 30 C130s and 10 more C5s. These were flow back to India to pick up more paratroopers.

The rebels, however, have underestimated the resolve of the GPEO and Uatian alliance. A force of 30,000 UMC troops and all active duty GPEO pilots are prepared to destroy all rebel forces in Sri Lanka and defend against any other attacks.

THE MISSION:
GPEO is to provide air cover until Uatia has control of the island and has set up mobile SAM sites in key areas. Recon and Black Ops missions are optional to carry out to take back the Indian AB.

The Uatian Ground progress will be announced through GPEO Military Radio transmissions. This will tell of what they are attacking, how, what cover they need, and any other information. The main mission is going to be between 12 and 18 hours, with other missions going over into the next day.

Carrier ops will have to be used for fighters until a base on Sri Lanka is taken back, upon which Non-Naval Fighters may be used. B1 and B52s will fly in from either the Male Islands or WITH airbase. The same is true for C5 and C130 flights carrying Uatian paratroopers. Black Ops and Recon into India cannot take place until the part of island closest to India is captured. Other attack aircraft can be flown in from WITH and the Male Islands if they want to in-air refuel.

People participating as rebels are to try and hold air superiority at all costs, and to defend their captured island until the death.

The Forces-
GPEO- All GPEO pilots are not required, but it is recommended they Participate
Uatia- 29,500 Marines, 500 paratroopers, 1 Carrier group (Can be substituted by Naval Task Force 4 for sea trials.)
Rebels- ~25,000+ insurgent soldiers, several pilots, a small fleet of ships, and numerous inflatable boats.

The Aircraft-
GPEO- F15GU, EF2000, F14GU, F/A18, AV8B, B1, B52, B2, various choppers
Uatia- none
Rebels- MIG29, SU37, DC3, UH60, MD500, and any other Russian made plane prior to 1985

I made this mission so that we can invite non-members to do it, and that we don't need a alot of people in the session. 5-10 people is enough. If lag wasn't a problem, then 20 people would be perfect. We will need 2 TS up, and call out kill counts in FSX.

Also, the troops will be using SystemA and Top Tech Blowback airsoft guns, making this one huge airsoft war. The planes will use a system of lasers developed by the US Military.

MAPS Coming soon


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Re: Operation Guardian Angel

Post  Spartan on Fri Jul 31, 2009 6:57 pm



Legend:
Red Line- Rebel's strongest defense perimeter
Red Dot- - Rebel stronghold on Sri Lanka
Red Blob in India- Where the Indian base is (VCRB)
Black Circle- Capital City and most important place to avoid collateral damage
Brown Circle- Uatian/GPEO fleet
White Lines- Uatian Amphibious Assault
Gray Line (East)- 1st wave of GPEO Naval Fighter pre-emptive strike on main targets before amphibious invasion.
Gray Line (West) 1st wave of GPEO B1bs and B52 pre-emptive strike on main targets before para-drop (paradrop is unmarked)
Green dot- Uatian Defense force reamnant


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Post  Spartan on Sat Aug 01, 2009 8:14 pm

The Indian base is a very large facility, like The Edward AFB of India of sorts. How did the Rebels capture it? The contractor(s) that built the facility is a high ranking tactical planner in the rebel forces. He knew every detail about the strenghts and weaknesses of the base. He obviously left security gaps. Also, several guards at the base were rebels.

Not only that, these facility was not all the way completed, but it was operational, so most of the soldier and pilots were not there, obvious because of the low number of captured planes. However, the WWII Restoration wing was completed several months earlier, so it was fully operation, and had restored several DC3s to flyable status. The rebels fitted them so they can launch paratroopers and other light airbourne duties.

The rebel base of operations location is unknown, but it is belived that it is several miles away in dense jungle
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Re: Operation Guardian Angel

Post  GhostEye on Sat Aug 01, 2009 10:26 pm

sure hope your not going to drop paratroopers with a b52 or b1b use 2 C-5's Escorted by 4 F-15's after the 1st wave if it is clear
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Post  Spartan on Sat Aug 01, 2009 11:00 pm

Fail. Those B1s and B52s are bombing runs, not para drops (unless you call bombs a paradrop.) My plan was having 2 C5s 3 Fighter escort, someone in a Stratotanker for the west side. East Side, 1 person is needed as a Carrier and F/A18s can dogfight and drop bombs, so it's a win/win there.

I actually have the GPEO/Uatian attack planned out, but I'll keep it to myself until we do it. I only put part of it on the map. Knowing it takes a few days to get from Singapore to Sri Lanka in NTF4, the defensive measure could be higher than we expect.
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Post  Dragnoxz on Thu Aug 20, 2009 5:47 pm

Spartan wrote:Fail. Those B1s and B52s are bombing runs, not para drops (unless you call bombs a paradrop.) My plan was having 2 C5s 3 Fighter escort, someone in a Stratotanker for the west side. East Side, 1 person is needed as a Carrier and F/A18s can dogfight and drop bombs, so it's a win/win there.

I actually have the GPEO/Uatian attack planned out, but I'll keep it to myself until we do it. I only put part of it on the map. Knowing it takes a few days to get from Singapore to Sri Lanka in NTF4, the defensive measure could be higher than we expect.

Yo, I think you are ready for learning the AWACS and Command & Control Role, all you need is the Leadership course and a brief oversight on each of the roles and their capabilities.
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Re: Operation Guardian Angel

Post  Spartan on Thu Aug 20, 2009 5:53 pm

SWEET dude. It will have to be on the weekends or afternoons thoguh
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