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Operation Desert Thunder : 

Operation Desert Thunder 2nd BDE, 52 ID

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MISSION ANALYSIS BRIEFING AGENDA INTRODUCTION/AGENDA/TIMELINE XO REVIEW CDR’S INITIAL GUIDANCE XO AO/AI/BATTLESPACE ORIENTATION S2 CURRENT TASK ORG/COMBAT POWER S3 HIGHER HQ’S MISSION & INTENT 2 LEVELS UP S3 INITIAL IPB PRODUCTS TERRAIN & WEATHER ANALYSIS S2 THREAT COMP/DISP/STRENGTH/CAPABILITIES S2/(STAFF) THREAT COAs (SITTEMP) S2 RECOMMENDED CCIR S3 INITIAL COLLECTION PLAN CM SPECIFIED/IMPLIED/ESSENTIAL TASKS, CONSTRAINTS, RISKS, FACTS/ASSUMPTIONS S3 FSO AVN ADO EN S-1 S-2 S-4 RECOMMENDED RESTATED MISSION S3 RECOMMENDED TIMELINES XO ISSUES / CONCERNS XO RECEIVE CDR’S GUIDANCE CDR

Initial Time Analysis : 

Initial Time Analysis 061500JAN2010 Mission Analysis Brief 070830JAN2010 COA Development 071100JAN2010 COA Briefing 071300JAN2010 COA Analysis/Comparison/Approval 080900JAN2010 Decision Brief (Decision/Approval) 081000JAN2010 Orders Production 081300JAN2010 Commander Review/Approval 081400JAN2010 Publish the Order

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AO: See Map Areas of Interest Tombstone – Single Runway 111L ft capable of supporting small aircraft and helicopters. Bisbee – Douglas International Airport has 4 runways capable of supporting large planes. Level 2 hospital. Benson – Single Runway 111L ft capable of supporting small aircraft and helicopters. Level 2 Hospitals Tucson– Major economic hub and location of Tri-Regional Petroleum Complex. TUCSON

TASK ORGANIZATION : 

TASK ORGANIZATION HHC Scout PLT. Mortar PLT. ADA PLT. Maint. PLT. 2 x AR CO. 2 x MECH CO. 1 x ENG CO. 1 x SPT. CO. HHSB TGT. ACQ. PLT. Maint. PLT 2 x M109A6 BTRY. Maint. CO. Distribution CO. Medical CO. HHC MP PLT. CHEM RECON PLT DECON PLT CA/PSYOP PLT SIG CO. MI CO. CGS SEC. TUAV PLT. 4 x HUMINT TM. MLQ-40 PLT. GSR PLT. 52 2 HHC Scout PLT. Mortar PLT. ADA PLT. Maint. PLT. 2 x AR CO. 2 x MECH CO. 1 x ENG CO. 1 x SPT. CO. HHC Mortar SEC. 3 x Recon TRP. 6 x M3A3 / 10 x HMMWV Per TRP. 1-120 1-124 (-) (OPCON) HHC Scout PLT Mortar PLT Maint. PLT 3 x MECH CO HHSB TGT. ACQ. PLT. Maint. PLT 2 x M109A6 BTRY. HHC Scout PLT Mortar PLT Maint. PLT 2 x LT IN CO

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JTF-3: Attack in zone NLT 11 JAN 2010 IOT destroy the 95th DTG(-) IOT prevent the seizure of Tucson IOT restore the Loropian boundary and sovereignty, defeat second echelon forces, seize Tucson, and posture US forces to redeploy. 52D ID: Attack in zone NLT 11 JAN 2010 IOT destroy the 95th DTG(-) IOT restore the Loropian boundary. O/O defend IOT defeat 2 OSC counter-attack IOT prevent Marlopian control of the Tucson economic/industrial complex and set conditions for stability operations. Higher Mission HIGHER MISSION

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Mission & Commander’s Intent BDE MISSION STATEMENT: 2-52ND ID (M) attacks in zone NLT 100900JAN10 to destroy the 89th BTG IOT reestablish the Loropian boundary. O/O defend IVO the San Pedro River from Marlopian forces attempting to counter-attack. BDE will BPT conduct stability and support operations once the Marlopians are defeated. Commander’s Intent: Key Tasks: Clear enemy in zone Destroy 89th BTG O/O defend vicinity San Pedro River Secure OBJ White and seize OBJ Red BPT conduct stability and support missions following end of formal combat OPNS Endstate: The 89th BTG is destroyed, OBJ White is secure, and friendly forces have seized OBJ Red. 2-52 IN (M) is postured O/O to defend IVO San Pedro River and restores part of the Loropian international boundary. BDE is also prepared to conduct stability and support operations

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Purpose: Restore the international boundary between Loropia and Marlopia Decisive Operation: Destruction of the 89th BTG, seizure of OBJ RED, and securing of OBJ WHITE Shaping Efforts 2-7 CAV SQDN conducts counter-reconnaissance operations IOT llocate enemy positions on OBJs RED and WHITE 2-8 IN secures OBJ WHITE and destroys enemy in zone 2-12 IN seizes OBJ RED and destroys enemy in zone 2-42 and 2-82 FA suppresses enemy forces on OBJs RED and WHITE and conducts SEAD against ADA sites in support of the AVN OPNS 1-124 IN BPT conduct deep strike AASLT missions and raids 1-120 IN will be held as the BDE reserve A/3-327 AVN BPT conduct aerial resupply, PR and AASLT missions Sustaining Operation 2-52nd FSB provides Refuel-on-the-Move IVO OBJ WHITE and RED (in that order) and provides maintenance support ISR Priorities Confirming Ford Sites Locating enemy at OBJ CAT and DOG and battle positions at OBJ Lion Security Operations 2-7 CAV conducting counter-reconnaissance operations Engineer Priority Mobility, Survivability, Counter-Mobility ADA Priority Aviation AA Artillery Positions Command and Control Logistics Maneuver CSS 3xDOS for maneuver units BSA established at the airfield after seizure of OBJ COUGAR C2 BDE TOC will move to Sierra Vista (Buffalo Wild Wings) once secure IO Concentrate on surrender appeals and imminent defeat of Marlopian forces. Reassure populace US will leave once LOROPIAN government is stabilized. CMO Assure populace that infrastructure damage is minimal. Coalition will assess and repair damage as required. BRANCHES 1=124 IN used to sieze OBJ RED or secure OBJ WHITE Risk Northward or Southward movement of 2 OSC first echelon Divisions and the rear area CONCEPT OF THE OPERATION

Road To War : 

Road To War 1995 -War Between Marlopian Liberation Forces (MLF) and Loropia (Economy unstable) 2010 -Eminent Marlopian Attack against Loropia -Loropian Army deployed 4th ID into defensive positions along the Loro-Marlo border -Marlopian 95th DTG attacked IOT disrupt Loropian defensive preparations -Marlopian follow on forces prepared for offensive -95th DTG stalled, forced to defend in the San Pedro River Valley (66% Strength) -95th DTG consolidated to retain key terrain and hold for the follow on offensive of 2 OSC Due to poor logistics the follow on offensive by the 2 OSC will be delayed and conventional hostilities between Marlopian towards Loropia could cease. However there continues to be a significant non-conventional threat specifically to Loropian personalities and financial facilities.

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Three political parties in Loropia; the LCP is the dominant party it is known to be pro-U.S and is strongly influenced by the Roman Catholic church. It is believed to be a corrupted organization and some of its cabinet officers are currently under investigations. The LLDP has seen a rise in support as an alternate to the LCP, its focus is on social spending, defense cutbacks, equal opportunity and peace and any price. The final political party is the MLP which is the political branch for the TBM, they want a an autonomous Marlopian region in Loropia. PMESII-PT Marlopian forces consist of the Marlopian Peoples Army, Special forces BN and The Brotherhood of Marlopians which has three direct Action Companies. Marliopian forces are not capable of resuming offensive operations, the TBM will continue to conduct operations (assassinations , sniper attacks, sabotage and bombings) The economy in Loropia is unstable, high taxes to support military spending as crippled the economy and created “stagflation”. Their industry and agriculture consist of mining, mineral refinements (owned by foreign companies) oil export, lives stock and garden crops. The majority of Loropians are ethnic Hispanics, primary English speaking and Roman Catholic. A quarter of the population is ethnic Marlopian. POLITICAL MILITARY ECONOMICS SOCIAL There are an abundance of information sources throughout Cochise County. There are 12 x radio stations primarily Spanish , religious and country in content. Additionally there are 6 x newspapers published daily and weekly frequency, they are both conservative and liberal in nature. There are 5 major television news stations and 10 cell towers within Sierra Vista the largest city within Cochise INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE Developed road networks, major highways running north to south and east to west. Power lines run parallel to the hardball roads. There are 6 x hospitals located within Cochise County with emergency care capabilities, however for serious injuries personnel may have to be evacuated to Tucson. PEOPLE TIME Roman Catholic Holidays Modern society with conservative views, Loropia has an abundance of information resources. However, they are slowly becoming disenfranchised due to the failing economy as a result of disproportionate spending on the national defense. Initially, Loropians will support US and collation forces but with an ongoing a ongoing conflict whether it be conventional or non-conventional, Lorpopians will become less tolerant and supportive of US and collation presence within Loropia. Ultimately Loropians may seek a peaceful resolution at any cost, potentially supporting the annexation of an autonomous Marlopian region in Loropia.

WEATHER (08JAN-12JAN) : 

WEATHER (08JAN-12JAN) 08 JAN 09 JAN 10 JAN 11 JAN 95% 100% 95% 85% BMNT: 0614 SR: 0722 SS: 1735 EENT: 1841 MR: 0132 MS: 1226 HI: 61 LO: 34 HUM: 35% PRECIP: 0% VIS: 70 MILES WINDS: 7K WINDS: 7K WINDS: 5K CLOUD COVERAGE: 19% WINDS: 4K 12 JAN HI: 62 LO: 41 HUM: 34% PRECIP: 0% VIS: 70 MILES HI: 64 LO: 44 HUM: 32% PRECIP: 0% VIS: 70 MILES HI: 64 LO: 45 HUM: 30% PRECIP: 0% VIS: 70 MILES HI: 62 LO: 37 HUM: 36% PRECIP: 10% VIS: 70 MILES WINDS: 5K 95% BMNT: 0612 SR: 0722 SS: 1735 EENT: 1842 MR: 0234 MS: 1305 BMNT: 0610 SR: 0722 SS: 1736 EENT: 1844 MR: 0335 MS: 1348 BMNT: 0608 SR: 0722 SS: 1737 EENT: 1845 MR: 0433 MS: 1436 BMNT: 0606 SR: 0722 SS: 1758 EENT: 1848 MR: 0538 MS: 1529 ILLUM PARTLY CLOUDY SUNNY MOSTLY SUNNY MOSTLY SUNNY MOSTLY SUNNY

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WEATHER EFFECTS Weather favors Friendly Forces General to both Friendly and Enemy - Moon rises late at night and the low cresent moon will not provide much illumination at night. – Throughout the week, the weather is in almost perfect conditions for both enemy and friendly.

WEATHER (13JAN-17JAN) : 

WEATHER (13JAN-17JAN) 13 JAN 21 MAR 22 MAR 23 MAR 50% 14% 36% 25% SR: 0722 SS: 1739 MR: 0615 MS: 1624 HI: 64 LO: 37 HUM: 60% PRECIP: 10% VIS: 3 MILES WINDS: 10K WINDS: 10K WINDS: 5K WINDS: 20K 24 MAR HI: 64 LO: 44 HUM: 90% PRECIP: 60% VIS: .6 MILE HI: 66 LO: 45 HUM: 90% PRECIP: 60% VIS: .6 MILES HI: 65 LO: 43 HUM: 60% PRECIP: 40% VIS: .6 MILES WINDS: 10K 6% SR: 0721 SS: 1740 MR: 0658 MS: 1720 SR: 0721 SS: 1741 MR: - MS: - SR: 0721 SS: 1742 MR: - MS: - SR: 0721 SS: 1743 MR: - MS: - ILLUM RAIN: 1 INCH / DAY RAIN: 1 INCH / DAY HI: 65 LO: 34 HUM: 34% PRECIP: 0% VIS: UNLIMITED MOSTLY CLOUDY SUNNY

TERRAIN ANALYSISMCOO : 

TERRAIN ANALYSISMCOO See Map

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TERRAIN

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TERRAIN EFFECTS Terrain favors Enemy Forces Enemy Friendly + Roadways can assist in reinforcing and logistical ops – Roads will canalize and restrict support + Familiarity with terrain provides marked advantage while moving through the AO + Enemy forces blend with local populace – Limited mobility corridors around restricted terrain, including towns General to both Friendly and Enemy – Indirect fire fields or fire systems will be limited by sight due to wooded areas, wadis, and mountainous terrain – Restricted terrain will limit maneuverability of dismounted forces and severely restrict mounted operations – Urban environment restricts movement and maneuverability of forces

Bisbee : 

Bisbee Areas Structures Copper Mine Haz Waste Treatment Plant Radrel Comms Relay Bisbee Tunnel Capabilities Organizations People Pop 6090 All key leadership is Marlopian Home of Duke Luminoso (DAC Leader) Events

Benson : 

Benson Areas Structures Railroads & Station Benson Airport Hospital Capabilities Organizations People Pop 4171 Events

SIT OB : 

SIT OB See White Board

THREAT TEMPLATE : 

THREAT TEMPLATE See White Board

Assets : 

Assets BTR-60 2S9 T-72B AMX-10 HOT MT-12R HOT-3 2S3M CROTALE SA-18 GMZ-3 UMZ BRM-3K 2S6M

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SYSTEM CAPABILITIES BY WAR FIGHTING FUNCTION Denotes HVT

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SYSTEM CAPABILITIES BY WAR FIGHTING FUNCTION Denotes HVT

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SYSTEM CAPABILITIES BY WAR FIGHTING FUNCTION Denotes HVT

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SYSTEM CAPABILITIES BY WAR FIGHTING FUNCTION Denotes HVT

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KEY CAPABILITIES BY WFF (Per Zone) S2

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S1 Enemy Considerations S1 Populace 3.2 Millions (25% Marlopian) 75% Roman Catholic 95th DTG Currently at 66% Do not have reserve capability Not capable of resuming offensive operations 2 OSC may provide reinforcements (fire support, armor and attack aviation) TBM Fertile recruiting for TBM due to suffering economy and human rights violations in Cochise Province following the war 3xDAC w/ 30-40 personnel each 80% of Marlopians in Cochise will assist Operate in 5-10 man teams Command is approx. 8 cells of 8-10 members each 3xSF Companies have infiltrated to Tuscon and are operating in Whetstone, Mustang and Huachuca Mountains Healthcare Basic care is available; imported drugs and equipment shortages

S4 Enemy Considerations : 

S4 Enemy Considerations 2 OSC delayed due to poor logistics Assumption: poor logistics will effect 95th DTG Static positions BPs prepositioned caches and limited movement to conserve fuel Significant supply shortages Precision guided artillery Limited fires and larger area fires AT/AP Mines Minefields will be few but tactical expect near the OBJs Rocket Artillery Munitions Limited fires MAP SF Resupply aerial and ground infiltration limited supplies to harass and annoy only support TBM Greater impact for ops as a combat muttiplier

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Characteristics: Primary and secondary roads in this area are capable of supporting all communications vehicles/ platforms There are small “dead-zone” areas south of our AO IVO the Hereford area that provide limited to no-coverage areas for cell phone (GSM) use Sierra Vista Regional Airport/ Libby Army Airfield are located on the Northern edge of Sierra Vista/ Fort Huachuca and have excellent SIGINT capabilities/ coverage due to flat terrain and excellent GSM coverage GSM initiated IEDs will be easily utilized on all AAs in our AO High Powered Cordless Phones (HPCP) can cover all urban areas but are severely degraded in the remote areas BLUF: The enemy will likely attempt to base their SIGINT operations IVO Sierra Vista IOT improve redundancy communications Repeater stations are most likely to be located in the Huachuca Mountains utilizing easy access peaks (i.e. Carr Canyon, Miller’s Peak) S6 Enemy Considerations Carrier GSM Towers

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Analyze Relative Combat Power OVERALL ADVANTAGE: U.S. Forces

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HIGH-VALUE TARGET LIST T-72 2S6M CROTALE SA-18 M-46 2S9 AMX-10 2S3

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ENEMY ML COURSE OF ACTION SKETCH MISSION: U/I Mech Inf Bn of 199th SIB defeats BLUFOR IVO Anacoco Bayou and OBJ LION using an area defense, NLT 15000TNOVXX IOT deny BLUFOR OBJ LION and key isection along Hwy 171. PURPOSE: Allow 199th SIB FOM IOT mass forces in Leesville and continue the offensive. ENDSTATE: Friendly: 1xCo destroyed Enemy: Maintain 70% combat effectiveness Terrain: Retain OBJ Lion and key intersection along Hwy 171. HVTL: PLZ 45 (155mm) Type 89 MRL (122mm) KS-19/Skyguard SA-18 T-90 Battle Tank D4 UAV R-145 BM Reserve (2 Armored Platoons) Priority of commitment: 1. Counter penetration from the south 2. Counter penetration from the north S2

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2 Branch #1 T-72s: PLTs from eastern and central BPs reinforce western most BP Decision Point #2 Enemy (blufor) successfully\ fights through ambush at Charleston Bridge with little reduction in combat power Decisive Operation T: Fix and destroy P: Canalize US forces into kill zone M: Strategically placed IEDs and anti tank ditches E: US Forces disrupted T: Neutralize/disrupt P: Preserve/support ME M: BDE/BN artillery E: US Forces disrupted SITTEMP - MLCOA KZ

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DECISIVE OPERATION: Two mechanized infantry companies conduct an integrated area defense with two armor platoons in reserve in order to defeat US forces. SHAPING OPERATIONS: DZ: TBM IEDs disrupt US Forces; AP Minefields disrupt US Forces; LP/OP provides early warning and calls for fire; 2xPLT using WZ551s ambushes to destroy two vehicles each; SA-18 conduct security for WZ551s BZ: D4 UAV provides early warning; FASCAM disrupts US Forces; Concertina wire obstacles and anti-tank ditches turn and block US Forces; SA-18s conduct security for main effort; WZ551s neutralize US forces SZ: SA-18 conduct security for WZ551s; Skyguard/KS19/ZSU-57 conduct security for ME; Type 89/PLZ 45 neutralize US forces SUSTAINING OPERATIONS: DZ: GMZ employ AP mines; URAL 375D provides food, water, fuel and ammunition BZ: GMZ employ concertina wire obstacles; BAT-2 constructs tank ditches; URAL 375D provides food, water, fuel and ammunition SZ: URAL 375D provides food, water, fuel and ammunition; SPF conducts defensive preparations in OBJ Lion ML COA STATEMENT S2

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CRITICAL EVENTS: DZ: Reconnaissance (CSOP); AT Ambush BZ: Destruction of US Forces in kill zone SZ: Commitment of reserve DECISION POINTS: DP1: US forces 1km from Bayou DP2: US forces cross ford site DP3: Commitment of reserve for counter-penetration from the south DP4: Commitment of reserve for counter-penetration from the north BRANCHES / SEQUELS: Branch 1: Fire FASCAM Branch 2: Counter-penetration from the south Branch 3: Counter-penetration from the north Sequel 1: Win: Counterattack Lose: Conduct retrograde/withdrawal to alternate positions Draw: Consolidate, reorganize, and reinforce BPs RISK: Operation relies on very few shaping operations to allow decisive operation to be achieved HVTs: DZ: D4 UAV BZ: R-145BM SZ: Type 89/PLZ 45, Skyguard/ZSU-57, T-90 ML COA STATEMENT (CONT’D) S2

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ENEMY MD COURSE OF ACTION SKETCH MISSION: U/I Mech Inf Bn of 199th SIB defeats BLUFOR IVO Anacoco Bayou and OBJ LION using an area defense with planned retrograde, NLT 15000TNOVXX IOT deny BLUFOR OBJ LION and key isection along Hwy 171. PURPOSE: Allow 199th SIB FOM IOT mass forces in Leesville and continue the offensive. ENDSTATE: Friendly: 1xCo destroyed Enemy: Maintain 70% combat strength Terrain: Retain OBJ Lion and key intersection along Hwy 171. HVTL: PLZ 45 (155mm) Type 89 MRL (122mm) KS-19/Skyguard SA-18 T-90 Battle Tank D4 UAV R-145 BM HIND-D Reserve (2 Mechanized IN Platoons) Priority of commitment: 1. Counter penetration from the south 2. Counter penetration from the north S2

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KZ 1 Branch #1 T-72s: PLTs from eastern and central BPs reinforce western most BP Decision Point #1 Enemy (blufor) successfully\ fights through ambush at Whetstone with little reduction in combat power Decisive Operation T: Ambush P: Canalize US forces into kill zone M: Strategically placed IEDs E: US Forces disrupted T: Neutralize/disrupt P: Preserve/support ME M: Mortars E: US Forces disrupted SITTEMP - MDCOA

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DECISIVE OPERATION: Two companies comprised of one tank platoon and two mechanized platoons each conduct a area defense/planned retrograde with two mechanized platoons in reserve in order to defeat US forces. SHAPING OPERATIONS: DZ: TBM disrupt US Forces; SPF disrupt US Forces; AP Minefields disrupt US Forces; LP/OP/SIG provides early warning and calls for fire; 2xPLT using WZ551s ambushes to destroy two vehicles each; Concertina wire obstacles and anti-tank ditches turn and block US Forces; T-90/WZ551s neutralize US forces; HIND-D attacks by fire US Forces; SA-18 conduct security for WZ551s BZ: D4 UAV provides early warning; FASCAM disrupts US Forces; Concertina wire obstacles disrupt US Forces; T90/WZ551s defeat US forces; SA-18s conduct security for main effort; Type 89 neutralize US forces; KS19 conduct security for ME SZ: SA-18 conduct security for WZ551s; Skyguard/KS19/ZSU-57 conduct security for ME; PLZ 45 neutralize US forces SUSTAINING OPERATIONS: DZ: GMZ employ AP mines and concertina wire obstacles; BAT-2 constructs tank ditches; URAL 375D provides food, water, fuel and ammunition BZ: URAL 375D provides food, water, fuel and ammunition SZ: URAL 375D provides food, water, fuel and ammunition; SPF conducts defensive preparations in OBJ Lion MD COA STATEMENT S2

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CRITICAL EVENTS: DZ: Reconnaissance; AT Ambush; Destruction of US Forces in kill zone BZ: Destruction of US Forces in kill zone SZ: Commitment of reserve DECISION POINTS: DP1: Conduct retrograde DP2: US forces cross ford site DP3: Commitment of reserve for counter-penetration from the south DP4: Commitment of reserve for counter-penetration from the north BRANCHES / SEQUELS: Branch 1: Retrograde to secondary BP Branch 2: Destroy bridges Branch 3: Counter-penetration from the south Branch 4: Counter-penetration from the north Sequel 1: Win: Counterattack Lose: Conduct retrograde to alternate positions Draw: Consolidate, reorganize, and reinforce BPs RISK: Operation relies on coordinated movements and nested C2; fires will allow decisive operation to be achieved HVTs: DZ: T-90, HIND-D, R-145BM BZ: T-90, D4 UAV, R-145BM, Type 89 SZ: PLZ 45, Skyguard/KS19, ZSU-57 MD COA STATEMENT (CONT’D) S2

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S2

Event Template : 

Event Template S2

Event Matrix : 

Event Matrix

RECOMMENDED CCIRPIR : 

RECOMMENDED CCIRPIR What is the disposition of enemy forces along roads in the AO? What is the classification/disposition of bridges and roads in the AO? What is the disposition of enemy forces outside of, and throughout towns in the AO? What is the disposition of enemy forces IVO key hilltops and high ground in the AO? What is the disposition of enemy forces within and around airfields in the AO? What is the disposition of the enemy reserve?

FFIR : 

FFIR Any BN reduced to 60% combat power Loss of any fixed/rotary wing A/C Loss of communication with BDE HQ Friendly casualties or detainees Deployment timeline disruption of DIV into BDE sector US violation of ROE, local laws, or Geneva Convention

EEFI : 

EEFI Date and time of initiation of the offensive Selection of friendly avenues of approach Current combat strength Current O/R rate of BDE vehicles and equipment Location of BDE leadership on the battlefield ISR priorities/NAIs

ISR MATRIX : 

ISR MATRIX START/ STOP NAI SOR SIR INDICATORS PIR S2

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BDE S3 MISSION ANALYSIS UNCLASSIFIED UNCLASSIFIED

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BDE FIRES Mission Analysis

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BDE AVN MISSION ANALYSIS

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BDE ADO MISSION ANALYSIS

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BDE ENG MISSION ANALYSIS ENG

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BDE NBC MISSION ANALYSIS

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BDE S1 MISSION ANALYSIS

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BDE S2 MISSION ANALYSIS

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BDE S4 MISSION ANALYSIS

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BDE S6 MISSION ANALYSIS

RECOMMENDED RESTATED MISSION : 

RECOMMENDED RESTATED MISSION 2-52ND ID (M) attacks in zone NLT 100900JAN10 to destroy the 89th BTG IOT reestablish the Loropian boundary. O/O defend IVO the San Pedro River from Marlopian forces attempting to counter-attack. BDE will BPT conduct stability and support operations once the Marlopians are defeated.

RECOMMENDED TIMELINE : 

RECOMMENDED TIMELINE 061500JAN2010 Mission Analysis Brief 070830JAN2010 COA Development 071100JAN2010 COA Briefing 071300JAN2010 COA Analysis/Comparison/Approval 080900JAN2010 Decision Brief (Decision/Approval) 081000JAN2010 Orders Production 081300JAN2010 Commander Review/Approval 081400JAN2010 Publish the Order 090200JAN2010 SP for Attack

ISSUES / CONCERNS : 

ISSUES / CONCERNS Use of ADA Potential CL 3 Shortage

COMMANDER’S GUIDANCE : 

COMMANDER’S GUIDANCE