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The News Room / Re: Littleberry's Videos
« Last post by SSG Littleberry on September 21, 2020, 07:44:16 PM »
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80JqPw7D7SQ" target="_blank">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80JqPw7D7SQ</a>
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The News Room / Re: Lyon's vids 'n pics
« Last post by SGT Lyon on September 21, 2020, 07:28:55 PM »
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0ATH6iPsGU" target="_blank">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0ATH6iPsGU</a>
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DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

DEFENSE PENTAGON, WASHINGTON, DC
19 SEPTEMBER 2020



Supporting Units SITREP



(TS) Map of current US Forces in Chernarus

(TS) S-2 Operations Command has requested a brief SITREP from the Commanding Officer of each of the units operating within Chernarus. Those SITREPs are below.

(TS) Co B\1-506 IR: Bravo Company continues to ensure secure flanks of the main assault, with recent operations concentrating on consolidating a defensive position around Ravensworth Airbase and restricting movement out of COP Greystoke. With 2nd Platoon set in their blocking position north of Greystoke, 1st Platoon continue to conduct patrols in the woods to the west. 1st and 2nd Platoons are prepared to support Alpha Company task forces in their assault of COP Greystoke. 3rd Platoon has been conducting show of force patrols throughout the small villages east of Ravensworth in an attempt to suppress NSLA influence in the area and the associated MANPAD threat to Ravensworth operations.

(TS) Co C\1-506 IR: Charlie Company continues to provide security for 326 BSB, 32 FAR, and 1 BCT HQ as 326 BSB near the completion of their construction works. Little contact has been made in the area, however the MSR is frequented by civilians as one of the main export routes from Chernarus. Relations between Charlie Company and civilians have remained calm with no cause for alarm.

(TS) 326 BSB: Construction on this COP has proceeded according to plan, with final construction works being commenced this week before the position can be fully handed over to 32 FAR and 1 BCT HQ to become operational. It should be noted that general construction supplies from suppliers in the north are becoming harder to source of late, any further major installations are likely to be delayed in construction until supply lines can be rectified, or supplies are able to be shipped/flown in by other units.

(TS) 426 BSB: **** NO SITREP RECEIVED BY S-2 - MORE TO FOLLOW ****

(TS) 32 FAR: 32 FAR arrived in Cherarus this week in anticipation of 326th's works being completed. Wind down in Anizay was completed without further incident. A second flight will shortly supply the 32nd with our guns, which should be timed correctly with the 326th as well as completion of secure round storage facilities. It's expected that the 32nd will be fully operational in the near future.

(TS) 32 CAV: 1st Platoon units have completed transitional works and are now fully established in defensive overwatch over COP Stirling. 2nd Platoon units remain on station at Ravensworth. 3rd Platoon units remain stationed with 1BCT HQ for QRF as required. No major change from the 32nd this phase.

(TS) 1 BCT HQ: BCT HQ is preparing to establish once construction works are completed. S-2 and S-3 commands will co-locate with the S-4 HQ position already established by 326 BSB. Any intelligence requiring S-2 assessment will then need to be transported directly to BCT HQ. Operational information will continue to flow from S-3 in the normal channels. No other change to operations is anticipated.



Classified By: S-2 Operations Command
Reason: 1.4(a)
Declassify On: 20350918


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Server Information / Re: Public Server 1 is Down
« Last post by PFC J. Morris on September 17, 2020, 11:39:44 PM »
Thanks 1st SGT
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Server Information / Re: Public Server 1 is Down
« Last post by 1SG L. McCoy on September 17, 2020, 09:20:54 PM »
Server should be back up now.
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Server Information / Public Server 1 is Down
« Last post by PFC J. Morris on September 17, 2020, 08:23:35 PM »
As the subject indicates, appears public server 1 is down.

Regards,
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Public Discussion / Re: MY STEAM GOT HACKED
« Last post by SPC Lechner on September 17, 2020, 08:21:03 AM »
It's still on the run:




Do not click the link!
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The News Room / Re: 506th IR Video Producers
« Last post by Capt Ringrose on September 16, 2020, 11:43:01 PM »
*** UPDATED ***
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The News Room / Re: 506th IR Video Producers
« Last post by SPC Ban on September 16, 2020, 11:33:32 PM »
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DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

DEFENSE PENTAGON, WASHINGTON, DC
16 SEPTEMBER 2020



S-2 Intelligence Methodologies



(TS) Throughout Operation Watchtower, S-2 has predominantly been operating on direct intelligence gathered from within missions. With the rapid rate of the 1-506 offensive, little time has been afforded to significant intelligence gathering efforts. With the NSLA offensive forcing a rebalancing towards defensive operations, S-2 is reviewing the overall intelligence strategy. A greater emphasis is being placed into Geospacial and Imagey intelligence (GEOINT/IMINT), with S-2 Operations Command in discussions with 39th Air Base Wing and USAFE to attempt to secure routine JSTARS GMTI (Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System Ground Moving Target Indication) tasking above Chernarus operations. Once key strategic sites can be resecured (in particular COP Lancaster), S-2 will be establishing Measurement and Signals Intelligence (MASINT) posts with a focus on radar-based early-warning systems. In the meantime, all troopers are reminded of the value of Human Intelligence (HUMINT) throughout their patrols.

(S) Additionally, S-2 has pulled data from Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) such as local news channels (see attached video), social media videos covering the conflict (mostly from civilians in the region) and public government data. S-2 reminds all troopers that intelligence can be sourced in a variety of ways during a patrol, all of which can contribute to S-2's understanding of the battlespace. Some examples include notes, maps, documents and computers found within NSLA installations, EPWs and functional radios. While S-2 is aware that this information is highly volatile and generally unreliable, when it comes to precise information, the quick access and rapid information transfer is used to paint a more clear picture of the events.

(TS) Moving forward, S-2 will be changing the amount and release methods of reports made available to 1-506 and supporting assets. Major situation changes or intelligence developments will continue to be released as ALCON INSCOM reports, with the appropriate security classifications. In addition, before each phase of operations, S-2 will review the objectives set forth by S-3 and provide additional insight into the intelligence and strategic considerations behind the objective. This review will be published to Section Leaders with codeword level clearance, and can be used by them to assist in planning their operations. These reports will contain facts and figures, but also speculation and assumption, so while they can assist in informing a decision, they are not intended as a hard-facts standalone report.



(U) Snippet from Russia 24 News, covering the destruction of a US MRAP by NSLA forces



Classified By: S-2 Operations Command
Reason: 1.4(a)
Declassify On: 20350915


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