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  1. PRESS RELEASERETRIBUTION AT THE HANDS OF UKSF In 1995 towards the end of British intervention in the rebellion formed by Chechen nationals, an ambush in the city of Chervlennaya saw 13 British soldiers and 1 British diplomat killed. Behind this attack was one 'Sergei Imananov' a Georgian national turned Chechen Rebel force commander. Thus far, Imananov had evaded British intelligence forces. On Sunday at 22:00 hours a successful infiltration of a compound in the North Caucasus region now known publicly as Operation FURY saw Imananov neutralised as a threat to global peace.
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    To : 6 Troop, E-Squadron, 22 Special Air Service Regiment From : OC E-Squadron, 22SAS Subject : Operation FURY DTG : 0949Z13FEB20 Classification : NATO Classified --- Preliminaries --- Weather: Climate / Clear Forecast: Clear (Low Cloud) Visibility: Low Time: 2130HRS GROUND Area of operations consists mainly of mountainous rural habitats and coniferous forests. Main supply routes connect three major cities to the rural areas across a vast landscape. Nearby unused military air base should be considered when planning. SITUATION In 1995 towards the end of British intervention in the rebellion formed by Chechen nationals, an ambush in the city of Chervlennaya saw 13 British soldiers and 1 British diplomat killed. Behind this attack was one 'Sergei Imananov' a Georgian national turned Chechen Rebel force commander. Thus far, Imananov has evaded British intelligence forces. On Wednesday at 14:00 hours a contact in the Kharsenoy region of Chechnya reported sightings of Imananov within a small but well equipped militia force moving between the towns of Petrovka, Grishno homestead of Bashnya. As a result an MI6 directive has seen 6 Troop, E-Squadron, 22SAS on readiness to tackle the situation head on. FRIENDLY FORCES 6 Troop, E-Squadron 22 SAS 7 Squadron, Royal Air Force (JSFAW) ARES Satellite Reconnaissance Detachment FIRE SUPPORT PLAN N/A ATTACHMENTS/DETACHMENTS N/A PROBABLE MISSION OUTLINE I. Briefing / PAWPERSO II. Pre-Halo Deployment Checks III. Board C-130J Callsign MANITOBA IV. Ascend to 30,000ft V. Pre-Jump Checks VI. Green Light / Troop Deploy to -200m and parachute to ground VII. Troop move to neutralise comms relay at 053,123 VIII. Troop move to form ambush on garrison moving between towns Petrovka and Grishno at Petrovka Farmstead 053,122 IX. Troop conduct ambush X. Troop move to recce Bashnya Homestead 041,117 XI. Troop move to eliminate Imananov XII. EXFIL at HLS CANFIELD IRL TIMINGS Server Up - 20:00 HRS (GMT/BST) Reorg - 22:50 Hrs (GMT/BST) ENDEX - 23:00 HRS (GMT/BST) ROE Card BRAVO Contact: Return fire and eliminate. Out of Ammo: Contact Troop Sergeant and await instructions. @C. Hall CIVPOP: Ignore and Avoid. CASUALTIES T1/T2: Liaison with Troop Sergeant. @C. Hall T3: Liaison promptly with Troop Sergeant and Med Asst will then assess. T4: Contact Platoon Sergeant for recovery. Reinsert provided by rotary. SERVICE SUPPORT Weapons: Restriction on a case by case basis. Ammunition: Requested and distributed through HQ Medical: As per SOP. Team Medic CCP: FOB CHARLES CASEVAC: VIA. Road Vehicle / Air Evac outside no fly zone Supplies: Requested via. Troop Sgt @C. Hall Respawn: AVAILABLE (Returned To Base) SIGNALS Signal Reference Comms Matrix Callsigns Reference Comms Matrix VISUAL CODES White - Screening Blue - Friendly Red - Enemy Green - Helicopter Landing Zone Purple - Casualty Yellow - Commander’s Choice +++++++++++++++++++++ ENDS +++++++++++++++++++++
  3. PRESS RELEASEUKSF FORCES SUCCESS IN AL-HAWL, SYRIAUK Special Forces officer commanding, Gen. M C Smith. has today publicly praised the efforts of UKSF forces in the Al-Hawl region of Syria. Citing the success of the efforts now publicly known as Operation ANVIL he stated "The United Kingdom's commitment to providing support to this unfortunately unstable region of the Middle East is of the utmost importance. The forces deployed on operations there are a constant reminder of the pride we should take in our ability to provide such pertinent overseas military support."
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  8. Hello Zed, We are happy to process and accept your application. However we would like you to choose a more suitable name for RP purposes. Unfortunately we may find it hard to refer to you seriously as 'Lobbster' Kind regards, Stirling
  9. Hello Zed, We are happy to process and accept your application. However we would like you to choose a more suitable name for RP purposes. Unfortunately we may find it hard to refer to you seriously as 'Lobbster' Kind regards, Stirling
  10. +++++++++++++++++++++ BEGINS +++++++++++++++++++++  To : 6 Troop, E-Squadron, 22 Special Air Service Regiment From : OC E-Squadron, 22SAS Subject : Operation ANVIL I DTG : 0007Z24DEC19 Classification : NATO Standard --- Preliminaries --- Weather: Arid Climate / Clear Forecast: Clear (Low Cloud) Visibility: Clear Time: Noon GROUND Area is arid desert with small pockets of green land. The area is moderately mountainous. Roads are developed in some areas including the MSR from Checkpoint KAMJHEDE where others are dirt roads that connect town to town. SITUATION 6 Troop, E-Sqn will deploy from Camp JUUHYA into Syria in order to attain a foothold for recce patrols seeking out IS forces in the region. FRIENDLY FORCES 6 Troop, E-Squadron 22 SAS Iraqi Armed Forces : 36th Commando Bn. (Station : Camp Kamjhede) FIRE SUPPORT PLAN SHELLDRAKE call signs on standby at location JUUHYA (ARTY) HAVOC call signs on standby at location JUUHYA (CAS) ATTACHMENTS/DETACHMENTS N/A PROBABLE MISSION 6 Troop is tasked with finding and eliminating two (2) key AAA installations within a 15km radius of Checkpoint KHAMJEDE in order to allow ease of movement for Iraqi/Friendly troops within the AO and ease the provision of resupplies outside of low light environments (05:00 - 00:00) From here tasking will procede to the deployment of a stationary FOB within the AO at an appropriate location which in turn will act as a resupply depot/CCP for medevac to Camp JUUHYA. TIMINGS Server Up - 20:00 HRS (GMT/BST) Reorg - 22:50 HRS (GMT/BST) ENDEX - 23:00 HRS (GMT/BST) ROE Card BRAVO Contact: Return fire and eliminate. Out of Ammo: Contact Troop Sergeant and await instructions. @C. Hall CIVPOP: Ignore and Avoid. CASUALTIES T1/T2: Liaison with Troop Sergeant. @C. Hall T3: Liaison promptly with Troop Sergeant and Med Asst will then assess. T4: Contact Platoon Sergeant for recovery. Reinsert provided by rotary. SERVICE SUPPORT Weapons: Restriction on a case by case basis. Ammunition: Requested and distributed through HQ. Medical: As per SOP. Team Medic CCP: ADHOC / Checkpoint KAMJHEDE CASEVAC: VIA. Road Vehicle / Air Evac (00:00 - 04:00 - Low Light Hrs) Supplies: Requested via. Troop Sgt @C. Hall Respawn: AVAILABLE (Returned To Base) SIGNALS Signal Reference Comms Matrix Callsigns Reference Comms Matrix VISUAL CODES White - Screening Blue - Friendly Red - Enemy Green - Helicopter Landing Zone Purple - Casualty Yellow - Commander’s Choice +++++++++++++++++++++ ENDS +++++++++++++++++++++
  11. +++++++++++++++++++++ BEGINS +++++++++++++++++++++  To : 6 Troop, E-Squadron, 22 Special Air Service Regiment From : OC E-Squadron, 22SAS Subject : Operation ANVIL I DTG : 0007Z24DEC19 Classification : NATO Standard --- Preliminaries --- Weather: Arid Climate / Clear Forecast: Clear (Low Cloud) Visibility: Clear Time: Noon GROUND Area is arid desert with small pockets of green land. The area is moderately mountainous. Roads are developed in some areas including the MSR from Checkpoint KAMJHEDE where others are dirt roads that connect town to town. SITUATION 6 Troop, E-Sqn will deploy from Camp JUUHYA into Syria in order to attain a foothold for recce patrols seeking out IS forces in the region. FRIENDLY FORCES 6 Troop, E-Squadron 22 SAS Iraqi Armed Forces : 36th Commando Bn. (Station : Camp Kamjhede) FIRE SUPPORT PLAN SHELLDRAKE call signs on standby at location JUUHYA (ARTY) HAVOC call signs on standby at location JUUHYA (CAS) ATTACHMENTS/DETACHMENTS N/A PROBABLE MISSION 6 Troop is tasked with finding and eliminating two (2) key AAA installations within a 15km radius of Checkpoint KHAMJEDE in order to allow ease of movement for Iraqi/Friendly troops within the AO and ease the provision of resupplies outside of low light environments (05:00 - 00:00) From here tasking will procede to the deployment of a stationary FOB within the AO at an appropriate location which in turn will act as a resupply depot/CCP for medevac to Camp JUUHYA. TIMINGS Server Up - 20:00 HRS (GMT/BST) Reorg - 22:50 HRS (GMT/BST) ENDEX - 23:00 HRS (GMT/BST) ROE Card BRAVO Contact: Return fire and eliminate. Out of Ammo: Contact Troop Sergeant and await instructions. @C. Hall CIVPOP: Ignore and Avoid. CASUALTIES T1/T2: Liaison with Troop Sergeant. @C. Hall T3: Liaison promptly with Troop Sergeant and Med Asst will then assess. T4: Contact Platoon Sergeant for recovery. Reinsert provided by rotary. SERVICE SUPPORT Weapons: Restriction on a case by case basis. Ammunition: Requested and distributed through HQ. Medical: As per SOP. Team Medic CCP: ADHOC / Checkpoint KAMJHEDE CASEVAC: VIA. Road Vehicle / Air Evac (00:00 - 04:00 - Low Light Hrs) Supplies: Requested via. Troop Sgt @C. Hall Respawn: AVAILABLE (Returned To Base) SIGNALS Signal Reference Comms Matrix Callsigns Reference Comms Matrix VISUAL CODES White - Screening Blue - Friendly Red - Enemy Green - Helicopter Landing Zone Purple - Casualty Yellow - Commander’s Choice +++++++++++++++++++++ ENDS +++++++++++++++++++++
  12. PRESS RELEASE UKSF PROVIDE SUPPORT IN AL-HAWL, SYRIA As IS continue to pose a threat to the state of the terror threat at both a domestic and international level; the UK government and Ministry of Defence remain committed to ensuring the regions previously held by the terrorist organisation continue to receive support across the board with both the RAF and other unnamed assets still being deployed to the South-East Asian and Middle Eastern regions in order to diminish the threat posed. Specifically, the situation in the Al-Hawl region of Syria, which borders to the east of the increasingly stable republic of Iraq has in recent months become hostile to the point that UK foreign policy has seen a rapid deployment of specialist troops to the area in order to aid the Iraqi Army & Police services currently fighting small yet well equipped 'leftover' groups of IS.
  13. +++++++++++++++++++++ BEGINS +++++++++++++++++++++  To : 6 Troop, E-Squadron, 22 Special Air Service Regiment From : OC E-Squadron, 22SAS Subject : Operation ANVIL I DTG : 0007Z24DEC19 Classification : NATO Standard --- Preliminaries --- Weather: Arid Climate / Clear Forecast: Clear (Low Cloud) Visibility: Clear Time: Noon GROUND Area is arid desert with small pockets of green land. The area is moderately mountainous. Roads are developed in some areas including the MSR from Checkpoint KAMJHEDE where others are dirt roads that connect town to town. SITUATION 6 Troop, E-Sqn will deploy from Camp JUUHYA into Syria in order to attain a foothold for recce patrols seeking out IS forces in the region. FRIENDLY FORCES 6 Troop, E-Squadron 22 SAS Iraqi Armed Forces : 36th Commando Bn. (Station : Camp Kamjhede) FIRE SUPPORT PLAN SHELLDRAKE call signs on standby at location JUUHYA (ARTY) HAVOC call signs on standby at location JUUHYA (CAS) ATTACHMENTS/DETACHMENTS N/A PROBABLE MISSION Moving from our preliminary HQ at Camp JUUHYA 6 troop is tasked with defining a location for a patrol base within 3km of the border entry at Checkpoint KAMJHEDE. Recce/assault on areas surrounding the base 1/2km will need to be performed. TIMINGS Server Up - 20:00 HRS (GMT/BST) Reorg - 22:50 HRS (GMT/BST) ENDEX - 23:00 HRS (GMT/BST) ROE Card BRAVO Contact: Return fire and eliminate. Out of Ammo: Contact Troop Sergeant and await instructions. @C. Hall CIVPOP: Ignore and Avoid. CASUALTIES T1/T2: Liaison with Troop Sergeant. @C. Hall T3: Liaison promptly with Troop Sergeant and Med Asst will then assess. T4: Contact Platoon Sergeant for recovery. Reinsert provided by rotary. SERVICE SUPPORT Weapons: Restriction on a case by case basis. Ammunition: Requested and distributed through HQ. Medical: As per SOP. Team Medic CCP: ADHOC / Checkpoint KAMJHEDE CASEVAC: VIA. Road Vehicle / Air Evac (00:00 - 04:00 - Low Light Hrs) Supplies: Requested via. Troop Sgt @C. Hall Respawn: AVAILABLE (Returned To Base) SIGNALS Signal Reference Comms Matrix Callsigns Reference Comms Matrix VISUAL CODES White - Screening Blue - Friendly Red - Enemy Green - Helicopter Landing Zone Purple - Casualty Yellow - Commander’s Choice +++++++++++++++++++++ ENDS +++++++++++++++++++++ 
  14. +++++++++++++++++++++ BEGINS +++++++++++++++++++++ To : 6 Troop, E-Squadron, 22 Special Air Service Regiment From : OC E-Squadron, 22SAS Subject : Operation ANVIL DTG : 0007Z24DEC19 Classification : NATO Standard (SITUATION) As IS continue to pose a threat to the state of the terror threat at both a domestic and international level; the UK government and Ministry of Defence remain committed to ensuring the regions previously held by the terrorist organisation continue to receive support across the board with both the RAF and other unnamed assets still being deployed to the South-East Asian and Middle Eastern regions in order to diminish the threat posed. Specifically, the situation in the Al-Hawl region of Syria, which borders to the east of the increasingly stable republic of Iraq has in recent months become hostile to the point that UK foreign policy has seen a rapid deployment of specialist troops to the area in order to aid the Iraqi Army & Police services currently fighting small yet well equipped 'leftover' groups of IS. (AREA OF OPERATIONS) 35km area surrounding the Al-Hawl detainment camps and subsequent border areas with IRAQ. Camp Kamjhede (Iraqi Army Base / UKSF Base) Checkpoint Kamjhede MSR / Singular Entry Point into Syria within the region. (HOSTILE FORCES) Islamic State (IS) (Incl. Armored, Motorized, AA & AAA) Small Pockets of Insurgents Within Smaller Territories Surrounding Al-Hawl (FRIENDLY FORCES) 6 Troop, E-Squadron 22 SAS Iraqi Armed Forces : 36th Commando Bn. (Station : Camp Kamjhede) (ATTACHMENTS & DETATCHMENTS) N/A (CONSIDERATIONS) - AA & AAA held by IS in the region means resupplies may only be carried out by air during the hours of 00:00 - 04:00 (Low Light) - With only one entry point into Syria via. Checkpoint Kamjhede appropriate documentation will be provided to all friendly forces passing through the CP. Considerations for manoeuvres and resupplies will have to include considerations of the MSR and its vulnerable points. (Especially during the day) (INTEL) Rough map of the AO (Al-Hawl / Iraqi Border) IMAGE (2018) CHECKPOINT KAMJHEDE +++++++++++++++++++++ ENDS +++++++++++++++++++++
  15. +++++++++++++++++++++ BEGINS +++++++++++++++++++++ To : 6 Troop, E-Squadron, 22 Special Air Service Regiment From : OC E-Squadron, 22SAS Subject : Operation ANVIL DTG : 0007Z24DEC19 Classification : NATO Standard (SITUATION) As IS continue to pose a threat to the state of the terror threat at both a domestic and international level; the UK government and Ministry of Defence remain committed to ensuring the regions previously held by the terrorist organisation continue to receive support across the board with both the RAF and other unnamed assets still being deployed to the South-East Asian and Middle Eastern regions in order to diminish the threat posed. Specifically, the situation in the Al-Hawl region of Syria, which borders to the east of the increasingly stable republic of Iraq has in recent months become hostile to the point that UK foreign policy has seen a rapid deployment of specialist troops to the area in order to aid the Iraqi Army & Police services currently fighting small yet well equipped 'leftover' groups of IS. (AREA OF OPERATIONS) 35km area surrounding the Al-Hawl detainment camps and subsequent border areas with IRAQ. Camp Kamjhede (Iraqi Army Base / UKSF Base) Checkpoint Kamjhede MSR / Singular Entry Point into Syria within the region. (HOSTILE FORCES) Islamic State (IS) (Incl. Armored, Motorized, AA & AAA) Small Pockets of Insurgents Within Smaller Territories Surrounding Al-Hawl (FRIENDLY FORCES) 6 Troop, E-Squadron 22 SAS Iraqi Armed Forces : 36th Commando Bn. (Station : Camp Kamjhede) (ATTACHMENTS & DETATCHMENTS) N/A (CONSIDERATIONS) - AA & AAA held by IS in the region means resupplies may only be carried out by air during the hours of 00:00 - 04:00 (Low Light) - With only one entry point into Syria via. Checkpoint Kamjhede appropriate documentation will be provided to all friendly forces passing through the CP. Considerations for manoeuvres and resupplies will have to include considerations of the MSR and its vulnerable points. (Especially during the day) (INTEL) Rough map of the AO (Al-Hawl / Iraqi Border) IMAGE (2018) CHECKPOINT KAMJHEDE +++++++++++++++++++++ ENDS +++++++++++++++++++++
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  17. +++++++++++++++++++++ BEGINS +++++++++++++++++++++ To : 6 Troop, E-Squadron, 22 Special Air Service Regiment From : OC E-Squadron, 22SAS Subject : Operation PLACER DTG : 0144Z21DEC19 Classification : MOD Classified (Situation) During the early hours of the morning of the 21/12/19 a South Korean owned Hanjin (Handymax) Shipping Vessel was boarded and consequently overran by Lebanese operatives in coalition with Hezbollah off the coast of Lemnos (Cyprus.) The vast majority of the manifest was due to arrive in Europe containing various military supplies and equipment manufactured in Seoul; primarily armoured vehicles. However, included in the manifest are 2 containers which include objects of a classified nature, objects which hold a heightened level of importance to the UK Ministry of Defence. 6 Troop, E-Squadron, 22SAS are being deployed from HMS Glory (currently positioned 1km from the coast of Lemnos) in order to neutralise the threat posed to British military intelligence should terrorist organisations involved acquire the contents contained on the lower deck of the vessel. (Area of Operations) 12km AO off the coast of LEMNOS. Primarily, HMS Glory (Frigate Class) / Hanjin F38227 Handymax Shipping Vessel (Hostile Forces) Militia Forces associated with Lebanese offset groups of Hezbollah. (Friendly Forces) 6 Troop, E-Squadron 22 SAS UK Royal Navy : Surface Fleet (HMS Glory) (Attachments & Detachments) NONE (Intel) ENTRY AREAS / Hanjin F38227 Handymax Shipping Vessel Location of required cargo according to Lower Deck Manifest BRIEFING TO FOLLOW +++++++++++++++++++++ ENDS +++++++++++++++++++++
  18. +++++++++++++++++++++ BEGINS +++++++++++++++++++++ To : 6 Troop, E-Squadron, 22 Special Air Service Regiment From : OC E-Squadron, 22SAS Subject : Operation PLACER DTG : 0144Z21DEC19 Classification : MOD Classified (Situation) During the early hours of the morning of the 21/12/19 a South Korean owned Hanjin (Handymax) Shipping Vessel was boarded and consequently overran by Lebanese operatives in coalition with Hezbollah off the coast of Lemnos (Cyprus.) The vast majority of the manifest was due to arrive in Europe containing various military supplies and equipment manufactured in Seoul; primarily armoured vehicles. However, included in the manifest are 2 containers which include objects of a classified nature, objects which hold a heightened level of importance to the UK Ministry of Defence. 6 Troop, E-Squadron, 22SAS are being deployed from HMS Glory (currently positioned 1km from the coast of Lemnos) in order to neutralise the threat posed to British military intelligence should terrorist organisations involved acquire the contents contained on the lower deck of the vessel. (Area of Operations) 12km AO off the coast of LEMNOS. Primarily, HMS Glory (Frigate Class) / Hanjin F38227 Handymax Shipping Vessel (Hostile Forces) Militia Forces associated with Lebanese offset groups of Hezbollah. (Friendly Forces) 6 Troop, E-Squadron 22 SAS UK Royal Navy : Surface Fleet (HMS Glory) (Attachments & Detachments) NONE (Intel) ENTRY AREAS / Hanjin F38227 Handymax Shipping Vessel Location of required cargo according to Lower Deck Manifest BRIEFING TO FOLLOW +++++++++++++++++++++ ENDS +++++++++++++++++++++
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  20. PRESS RELEASEUKSF FORCES LEAVE EASTERN FINLAND The United Kingdom's military operations in eastern Finland were a significant success and personnel and equipment performed impressively, Sir James Borne head of the National Audit Office, reported to Parliament today. UKSF Forces have now left their deployment in eastern Finland as their role in Operation VIGILANT comes to an end; November saw various British armed forces fighting alongside Ruhan Kansanrintama (People's Front Of Ruha) in a bid to remove Russian backed rebel forces from the autonomous region. Various successful missions saw the rebel forces dwindled close to non-existence in a spate of UKSF led military operations. A small contingent of UK forces are now helping to make the final transitions from war-fighting to peacekeeping within the region.
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