WNGO – OPERATION PILUM

Situation – A C130 transporting the first of several AFVs has experienced instrument failure and has been forced to land at the airfield near Stralsund, in the SW region of Rügen. Remnants of Hosin’s forces as well as localised militias and renegades are converging on the airfield to capture the AFV. The AFV needs to be acquired and returned safely to FOB Stezza in preparation for further operations.

Likely tasks – Secure the AFV and return it safely to FOB Stezza

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WNGO – OPERATION HUSSAR

Situation – German intelligence has located Hosin’s whereabouts in Rügen. He is operating out of a monastery on the Mönchsgut peninsula. A naval and aerial blockade has been established around the area. 39bn has been tasked with assaulting the peninsula with the aim of neutralizing hostiles and preventing Hosin’s escape by land.

Likely tasks – Assault the Mönchsgut peninsula.

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WNGO – OPERATION ALARIS

Situation – Redback 1 has come under ambush attack from Hosin’s forces in the township of Gratz. 21A is to deploy and assist Redback 1.

Likely tasks – Redback 1 defend current position / 21A reach Redback 1 and defend and return Redback 1 to FOB.

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WNGO – OPERATION ARBITES

Situation – With the north of Ruegen evacuated, many of the displaced civilians have taken shelter in the city of Bergen. IDAP and UN personnel are currently providing aid to the refugees and have asked the 39BN for assistance in the form of supplies and protection.

Likely tasks – Deliver supplies to aid workers and deter interested raiders.

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WNGO – OPERATION SPIKE

Situation – Command is preparing for 39BN to move further inland in the search for Burrack Hosin. Command has ordered the deployment of an expanded communication relay network to ensure effective communications are maintained during future operations.

Likely tasks – Establish communication relay network for future operations.

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WNGO – OPERATION BLACK WATCH

Situation – The Host nation has just released information that some of its WMD stockpile has been stolen by the notorious arms dealer Burrack Hosin’s Army during his recent capture of the Airfield Vic Putgarten in the North East of Reugen. After AS forces removed Burrack Hosin forces from the APOD, it has been discovered that Burrack Hosin forces didn’t locate all of the WMDs.

The WMD that are still located within the APOD, Command has decided that the WMDs still located within the APOD must be removed from the area so that they can’t also be stolen by Burrack’s forces and risk them being sold to terrorist groups. 39BN Pers have been tasked to act as convoy escort for the two Vehicles carrying these WMD to the Navy Port vic Glowe.

Likely tasks – Conduct convoy protection duties.

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WNGO – OPERATION VARANGIAN GUARD

Situation – An informant has claimed that, Baltic Oil and Freight (BOF), a company active in the region, has been using the Port of Sassnitz to ship weapons and other materials into Ruegen. This equipment and weapons are being used by paramilitary groups like Hosin’s army. Satellite photography seems to corroborate this. BOF and the Port of Sassnitz administration have refused to cooperate in the investigation of these allegations. The 39bn has been tasked with raiding the port and industrial area.

Likely tasks – Raid the Sassnitz Port and industrial area, searching for evidence of weapons shipping and detaining individuals suspected to be involved. B coy, 1pl

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WNGO – OPERATION SPIROL

Situation – UAV reconnaissance flyovers of the south-east area of Rügen, has indicated large gathering of personnel and vehicles in a number of key locations.

Likely tasks – Move from FOB Stezza by CH-47 to designated LZ and conduct recon of area, report findings to Red Main and await further tasking.

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WNGO – OPERATION PRAETORIAN

Situation – Despite the destruction of various supplies, Burrack Hosin and his forces are still at large within Ruegen and now have access to one of the German diesel submarines seized from the dock at Glowe. With land and sea routes deemed too risky for resupply, the ADF have opted for defensive supplies to be dropped by air, until more of the immediate area is secure.

Likely tasks – Establish a FOB to act as a staging ground for further operations within the AO.

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WNGO – OPERATION HOPELITE

Situation – The notorious arms dealer Burrack Hosin has been linked to the recent attacks in Ruegen with the local civilian population escaping South East to checkpoint West. His paramilitary forces have captured the Airfield Vic Putgarten and Naval facilities Vic Glowe in the North East, his forces have also capturing some modern equipment, vast amount of ammo storages and one of the latest German diesel Submarines. This submarine sailed out of Port 14 Hours ago and its location is unknown.

With a rogue Submarine in the area, Allied forces have ruled out a naval force to support the defending local forces until this boat is captured or sunk. The Australian Government is arranging to send the Commando forces with the 39th Battalion to assist Ruegen forces in their efforts to quell this uprising. Our main objectives are two-fold – assist the local government in restoring order to Ruegen; and locate and apprehend Burrack Hosin.

Likely tasks – Conduct a HALO jump into DZ A3 and secure the POE for follow-on forces to insert. Ensure all enemy AA is neutralised.

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