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Personnel Files / Re: Schoenert, Lukas
« on: April 30, 2017, 02:14:04 AM »
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Personnel Files / Re: Kitsure, Damion J.
« on: April 29, 2017, 08:48:33 PM »
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After Action Reports / Operation Whirlwind
« on: April 28, 2017, 02:31:48 PM »

We are getting word now out of Argentina that a violent coup has taken place. Military vehicles have been seen in and around the presidential palace Casa Rosada where earlier gunfire was heard. 

This situation is developing, but our sources within the Department of Defense tell us that the President is considering military intervention.

April 2017

Three weeks ago, a coup took place in Argentina. The destabilization of the country led to a power vacuum that was filled by the Comando Vermelho, or Red Command, from neighboring Brazil. They have taken the president hostage and executed any military leaders that resisted.

The cartel had long been paying off Argentinian military leaders for border security and to protect assets in Argentina loyal to the Red Command. At this time, the Red Command has issued a manifesto, dictating that all Western forces and personnel be withdrawn from the country immediately.

They have already begun using their military connections to harass British, German, and American shipping in the area. At this juncture, the United States and her allies are considering all options, but the current proposal is for special operations units to infiltrate the country and begin building an insurgency to combat the Red Command in the preparation for a large-scale invasion.

To be clear, Argentina is now the world's first narcostate. The UK, backed by Australia, New Zealand, and with German support have been conducting bombing runs and ship interdictions to prevent Red Command from moving weapons, particularly missiles, out of the country.


Joint Task Force - Argentina
United States
United Kingdom
Argentinian Resistance

OPFOR (Enemy)
Armed Forces of the Argentine Republic
Comando Vermelho (Red Command) Drug Cartel

Operational Phases
Operation Whirlwind - Phase I
Urgent Mercy - Rescue of downed RAAF Pilot Cate MacGregor

Historical Missions / Urgent Mercy (Operation Whirlwind Phase I)
« on: April 27, 2017, 11:33:06 PM »

Operational Assets: show

United Kingdom SBS
Alastair Lansbury

United States Joint Special Operations Command
James Henrdicks, US Army CAG/DELTA
Jason Freese, US Army 75th Ranger Recce Element

Canadian JTF2

USAF 187th US Air National Guard Wing
Cate MacGregor

Area of Operations: Argentina, forested/hilly terrain. Jungle.
Current Weather: 23.0 C (73.4 F), Rain
Rules of Engagement: Armed cartel and Argentine military considered hostile.
Operational Goal Rescue of RAAF Squadron leader Cate MacGregor. Destroy any intel.
Operational Limits No entry into Brazil.

The following is part of Operation Whirlwind, the invasion of Argentina.

After Action Reports / Re: Operations Sign-up: Operation Whirlwind
« on: April 27, 2017, 10:34:02 PM »
Characters Participating: CAG/DELTA operator James "Sully Hendricks and team.

Mission Requests / Re: Damsel in Distress
« on: April 27, 2017, 08:39:08 PM »

Move this from Afghanistan to either Iran, Syria, or North Korea, set it during a large scale invasion of the country.

Personnel Files / Re: Lansbury, Alastair
« on: April 27, 2017, 07:08:45 PM »
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Personnel Files / Re: Catherine Anne MacGregor
« on: April 27, 2017, 02:09:28 AM »
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