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INSCOM Intelligence Report 09SEP20 - Current OPFOR Force Structure
« on: September 09, 2020, 06:18:48 PM »
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DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

DEFENSE PENTAGON, WASHINGTON, DC
09 SEPTEMBER 2020



NSLA FORCE STRUCTURE



(TS) Since the NSLA counter-offensive in the north east of Chernarus, ongoing ISR efforts have been focusing on understanding the force composition and intent of the occupying force. To avoid detection, UAV sorties have been flown mostly at nightfall and at a very high altitude, so little is readily understood. Now with several reconnaissance flights completed, S-2 has been able to construct a predictive analysis based on a wider pattern of events.

(S) Across all now-NSLA-occupied positions in the north east, S-2 is noting large forward supply caches, indicating that the NSLA do not intend to let these positions fall easily again. The surging troop garrison is being well supported with entrenched armor fighting positions, numerous indirect fire capabilities and an increased focused on a highly mobile force - air assault, motorized, and mechanized tactics are expected to be increasingly common on the front lines of this fight.

(TS) Several IMINT sources are included below for reference and to support the above predictions.


   
(TS)NSLA Reinforce Berezino(TS)Chester Airbase suffers major
damage during the NSLA assault



Classified By: S-2 Operations Command
Reason: 1.4(a)
Declassify On: 20350909


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F. CALLAHAN
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