[COOP] [GlobMob/Standalone] Operation Banner

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    Intended Start Date : 26/03/22

    Intended Start Time : 19:00 GMT +/- 20minutes [standard mission time]

    Minimum Required player count : 6 + Zeus/OL

    Type : Standalone/Historical

    Mods/Mod Set

    IMPORTANT: This mission requires GlobMob, if you do not own the mod please ensure you load the non-owners version to play.


    Operational Info

    Location : County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland [UK]

    Environment : Domestic, Civilian

    Date : August 1971


    Nearly 50 years on from the partition of Ireland and conflict between the British State and dissident republicans continues throughout the North. While Belfast has become host to continued terrorist attacks, it is the border with the Republic that proves to be a hotspot for weapons smuggling, land grabs and bandit activity.


    You are Task Force Divider, a relief team composed of PARAs, RAMCs and RLCs under the command of the CoY Major. Intelligence and an all around quietness near the border, which lies only 4km away, points towards an approaching offensive by the Irish Republican Army and their collaborators. TFD will be stationed at a Royal Army Medical Corps temporary hospital to provide support to Sergeant Alistair Rae, responding to incidents and conducting patrols in the area.

    The CoY Major will remain in touch with you via LRR to provide additional tasking should others require assistance, this includes the Royal Ulster Constabulary and the Royal Military Police.


    A. British Army personnel are authorised to stop & search any individual (including their vehicle/dwelling) whom they suspect of being involved in dissident activity.

    B. British Army personnel are authorised to arrest & imprison anyone whom they suspect of being involved in dissident activity.

    C. British Army personnel are authorised to shoot-to-kill any individual carrying a firearm without permission from Her Majesty.

    D. All domestic operations require British Army medical personnel [RAMC] to provide unconditional assistance to citizens of Her Majesty's Kingdom. This excludes those considered 'dissident'.

    E. All domestic operations require British Army EOD personnel to remove any and all improvised explosive devices which are intended to be used in acts of terrorism/dissidence.

    F. All British Army personnel must be accountable, proportionate and justified in their acts. Any and all violations of the rights & freedoms of the people of the British Sovereignty will be interdicted by Her Majesty's Royal Military Police of whom hold the power of the Queen and Provost Colonel, through the RSM, to arrest, imprison or shoot British Army personnel who violate such principles, under military law.

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    Internment Camp Foxtrot:

    As part of Operation Demetrius, to the west of our operational area lies internment camp foxtrot, under the management of the Royal Military Police and Provost Sergeant Major Weston, it is a major target for the IRA given that it holds many of their comrades. Should you find any intelligence that may compromise its security, be prepared to act on it with immediate effect.


    In order to ensure the prevention of further attacks, it is the responsibility of Task Force Divider to extensively search & exploit any property which is host to dissident republican activity and report all findings to their Commanding Officer immediately.


    Irish Republican Army

    Provisional Irish Republican Army campaign - Wikipedia

    Basic disruptive woodland pattern, often carrying eastern European/Asian built weapons (or other WW2 era weaponry) and wearing balaclavas.

    IMPORTANT: IRA's use of camouflage closely resembles British DPM, always PID your targets!

    Dissident Republicans/Collaborators

    New IRA' poses biggest dissident republican threat - The Irish News

    No military camo (often in civilian clothing without balaclavas); likely carrying concealed weaponry or blunt objects - widely integrated into the local population, trust nobody.

    British Army

    British troops searching a civilian in Belfast. (Photo by Keystone/Getty  Images). 12th Augus… | Northern ireland troubles, Nightlife travel,  Northern ireland travel

    Dressed in DPM pattern, identified by their distinctive unit beret and standard issue self-loading rifle (L1a1)

    Royal Military Police [RMP]

    A Royal Military Police NCO liaises with a member of the Royal Ulster  Constabulary. The RMP is with a Pointer Team. These … | Military police,  History war, Military

    Provost Corps responsible for the enforcement of military law, identified by scarlet red beret and green bullet vest.

    Royal Ulster Constabulary [RUC]

    BOOK REVIEW - More than one ghost haunts account of RUC man's killing

    Local constituent police force, dressed in blue uniforms with bullet vests and HK rifles, easily identified by their grey land rover 'tangi'.

    Team Composition

    • x1 Team Leader / Corporal {IC} [PARA] --> (Rico(probably))

    • x1 Radioman / Lance-Corporal {2IC} [PARA] --> (Archangel)

    • x1 Machine Gunner [PARA] --> (Moony)

    • x2 Medic [RAMC] --> (Thom)

    • x1 Point-man/EOD [RLC] --> (Joe Romer)

    • + Rifleman [PARA]


    [PARA] - Parachute Regiment

    [RAMC] - Royal Army Medical Corps

    [RLC] - Royal Corps of Logistics

    All loadouts are pre-made, no arsenal will be available. Helmets are optionally available via an equipment box, ammunition resupplies will be made available at key British Army posts, it is your responsibility to manage your resources correctly.

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