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FOR THE OFFICE & STAFF OF THE CAPO-COMANDANTE, 

**G-1 ONLY**

001 EXECUTIVE TERMINALS (ENCRYP. NOOSPHERA)

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CC OF REPORTS:

STRATEGIC ACTION, COMMUNIQUE, DEPLOYMENT, MANOEUVRE, CONDEF

 

 

TOP SECRET | RESTRICTED, SENSITIVE

JCAS (EO)

 

 

 

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OOC: For RP reference of Iverica's military actions. All dumped here so as not to pollute with multiple threads.

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8 JUNE 2020 | 2200 Romeo Time

CC to Terminal

 

/2FLTHQ-7CAPGRU (GRULDR)/

-POSTION: [ 55°20'56.67"N |   68°48'52.92"W ]

 

7-CAPGRU | NEW ORDERS

ORD: UPDATE PATROL MISSION; Assume Counter-Piracy Posture

-7-CAPGRU clear to conduct AIR RECCE and VBSS- at GRU LDR discretion

-STBY for further orders

ATTITUDE: ALERT-2; Presume hostile armed vessels are present in AO

-Retain speed to last confirmed heading

-All ahead slow and await orders approaching last heading point

NOTE: PEACETIME ROE APPLIES

-Confirm with 2FLT HQ prior any operation.

 

/SEE ATTACHED/

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Number 7 Capital Task Group, flagged by the Amphibious Assault Ship-turned-Light Carrier, VRI Bonifacio, received its orders the night following the attack on BMV Santo Joao.

Though ship intelligence had already been aware of the situation given the radio transmissions exchanged on the civilian band and had tracked the Belearean (@Beleareas) naval operation using the available OSINT AIS, the group held its routine patrol pattern and awaited orders from Number 2 Fleet Headquarters, Office of Armada Operations as was the norm. Attempts to offer assistance would be futile, given the distance and not within the Armada Iverica's area of responsibility. Instead, Bonifacio raised its alert level, dispersed its escorts in a protocol mandated formation, and sent intelligence to Fleet HQ.

That evening, Bonifacio's CIC recieved the above encrypted response along with a data packet detailing known intelligence and a number of new mission protocols to be assumed at the Group Leader, Vice Almirante Alberto Dei Costas', tactical purview. Given the number of unknown variables, this meant that any operation would be almost entirely in the Vice Almirante's hands.

Given clearance, the carrier Bonifacio immediately launched one of its two SUA-20E aircraft equipped for maritime surveillance. Alternating flights would continue regularly over the shipping routes closest to the group--largely to reassure and dissuade maritime authorities from declaring a moratarium on commercial acitivities. Under the justification of the recent pirate attack, part of the Bonifacio's escort, three guided-missile frigates, held boarding teams on standby to deploy via RHIB. They were to conduct visit-board-search-and-seizure (VBSS) operations on suspicious vessels in the area.  

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