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(This post was last modified: 26-09-2019, 07:43 PM by S. Gray.)

HISTORY & CURRENT EVENTS

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Takistan was considered to be one of the most progressive countries in the middle east in the seventies. They mirrored the western world when it came to women’s rights, infrastructure, and technological advances. NATO considered them to be their foremost ally in the region, and all but showered them with technology and equipment. 

That came to a screeching halt when in the summer of 1976 when a hardline religious fundamentalist group staged a revolution. Despite the publicly declaring its support for the government forces, and secretly supplying them with arms to combat the revolutionaries, the rebels won. They deposed the monarchy, and called their new country “the Islamic Republic of Takistan”. 

Though they wanted to appear to the world as a democracy, for all intents and purposes the country was ruled with an iron fist by the religious fanatic Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ali Osram who has ruled the country for more than 50 years now.

Since then, Takistan has done a number of things to upset the world in an attempt to become the dominant force in the middle east. They fundamentally support the Arabic League, and have a strong hatred towards Israel. They fund Hezbollah, and supply them with large numbers of arms and ammunition. 

Using proxy forces, they frequently attack shipping in the Gulf region, which occasionally leads to fatalities of civilian mariners. They continue to vehemently deny any responsibility, however. They also position mobile Transporter Erector Launchers (TELs - see photograph) along the coast, armed with anti-ship missiles in an attempt to deny the gulf region to others. These are often difficult to find, though, because they are generally disguised as civilian trucks. 

Another thing to note about Takistan is their armed forces’ equipment. Their poor economy has lead to some interesting developments. Takistani servicemen can be seen with equipment that appears to be both of western (Mostly American), and Russian make. Since the western embargo that followed not long after the revolution, it has been difficult for them to acquire weapons and thus they have resorted to stealing designs and reverse-engineering them to manufacture unlicensed, domestic copies of weapons such as the M-16, the T-80 tank, or the F-5 Tiger fighter jet. 

The source of their western equipment has already been established. Meanwhile, they got their Russian equipment during and in the aftermath of the Takistan-Iraq war that lasted from 1981 to 1990. 

With their most recent attack on British ships in the gulf, the United Kingdom and NATO have had enough of Takistan’s blatant warmongering, and have threatened war if they do not comply with sanctions put on them. 

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(This post was last modified: 26-09-2019, 07:48 PM by Z. Scotty.)

DEPLOYMENT OBJECTIVES

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Phase 1
The main operational objective is to secure the coastline to deny the Takistan army TEL positions the chance to operate within range of the shipping lanes that they have launched several missiles into the lanes damaging some international vessels. 

To do this a multinational force has been assembled to move into position off the coast of Takistan in areas where they are known to operate the TEL systems, The british strike group has been moved into position near Alibad. If the government of Takistan refuses to step down and continues to act in an aggressive manner and attacking shipping of the coast forward elements will be inserted to conduct recces and locate enemy positions and TEL sites, From this the sites can either be neutralized by ground elements or by CAS.

Phase 2
With the threat to the shipping dealt with the task forces will look to keep the coastal region occupied to deny the Takistan military the opportunity to pose a threat to the shipping lanes. 
The goal of this is to force the Takistan to agree to agree a ceasefire and the option of a demilitarized zone along the coastline to guarantee shipping safety.

To this aim the coalition forces will not be looking to push into the heart of the country and will instead rely on superior airpower to provide air superiority and deal blows to Takistan positions further inland. This will then move into a bombing campaign to force the Takistan government to the peace talks.
 

         
         
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REGION OF ALIABAD

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(This post was last modified: 04-10-2019, 10:44 PM by S. Gray.)

OP BODYGUARD - WEEK 2



Week 1 Concludes
  • 4x POW's
  • From ISR - enemy positions at Abad.
  • From 1 TP - enemy patrols sighted in area of Katal.


Week 2 Reference Map
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Week 2 Sat Map
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