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russianbiskets

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LMC ARMA - AFO Valkyrie - Roles and SOP ** READ **
« on: July 23, 2015, 02:47:52 am »
Welcome, if you are reading this you have probably been referenced to this document by an LMC officer. Please read and follow the information closely.

AFO Valkyrie SOP:

Step One: Downloading tools and assets.
1- Download and install Play with Six
2- Create a play with six account
3- follow this link and subscribe: https://play.withsix.com/arma-3/collections/KLqilwl0dkKcLXxq4-g-tQ/LMC-Collection
4- Log into the Play with six application and navigate to mods
5- click Install mods
6- Navigate to where the mods are installed and go into @TFAR, Move "Userconfig" to the ARMA III Directory, and move the Teamspeak plugin .dll files to the Teamspeak plugins folder.
7- Launch the ARMA III launcher and go to the mod tab. Load all the mods and save the preset
8- Launch the game.

Step Two: Role Assignment
Please see a corresponding 18Z or 18F for role assignment.

Step Three: Create your role kit
Each member will be responsible for creating their role kit before play time with the virtual arsenal. If it takes you longer than three minuets to kit up, you are doing it wrong. Each member must have one Desert, and one Woodland kit. ALL MEMBERS ARE TO USE THE MINIMUM REQUIRED KIT, NO EXCEPTIONS! The assigned kit is as follows:
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Desert Kit:
Uniform:
-CombatUniform2 OCP
-CombatUniform2 OCP Shortsleve
-Combat Fatigues [MTP]

Helmet/Headwear: If you are using a hat, keep a helmet in your backpack
- MTP/OCP hats
-Rangemaster cap
-[SOC] Maritime
-Crye Airframe
-MICH 2002

Vest/Armor:
-[SOC]LV-MBAV
-Platecarrier (Rifleman/light) in Rgreen,Khaki,OCP
-Carrier (Multicam)
-Carrier Lite (Green)
-Carrier Rig (Green)
-TYRK Chestrig

NightVision:
-PVS-14
-PVS-15
-ANVIS

Primary Weapon:
M4 Based Platform with a suppressor in the backpack

Medical Kit:
8X Bandages
4X Morphine
4X Epinephrine
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Woodland Kit:
Uniform:
-[SOC]G3 WDL

Helmet/Headwear: If you are using a hat, keep a helmet in your backpack
- Green hats (boonies Allowed)
-Rangemaster cap
-[SOC] Maritime
-Crye Airframe
-MICH 2002

Vest/Armor:
-[SOC]LV-MBAV
-Platecarrier (Rifleman/light) in Rgreen
-Carrier Lite (Green)
-Carrier Rig (Green)
-TYRK Chestrig

NightVision:
-PVS-14
-PVS-15
-ANVIS

Primary Weapon:
M4 Based Platform with a suppressor in the backpack

Medical Kit:
8X Bandages
4X Morphine
4X Epinephrine
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All Members may have to carry AT based on mission needs.


ODA Roster and Roles:

RussianBiskets - 18Z
Dingo - 18E
Marxman - 18D
Meow Tiger - 18B
Kloas - 18B
GSAGENDavic - 18F
DrSpecter - 18F

Role Reference:

OPERATIONS (TEAM) SERGEANT (18Z): The Special Forces operations sergeant, better known as the team sergeant, is usually a master sergeant and is responsible for all operational aspects of the ODA. The team sergeant is the ODA’s senior NCO and typically is the most experienced Green Beret on the detachment.

ASSISTANT OPERATIONS AND INTELLIGENCE SERGEANT (18F): The assistant operations and intelligence sergeant is usually a sergeant first class and is trained in advanced special operations techniques, including intelligence collection and processing and target analysis.

WEAPONS SERGEANT (18B): The weapons sergeant is an expert in the employment of U.S. and foreign weapons systems, including small arms, mortars, air defense systems and antitank weapons found throughout the world. The weapons sergeant also employs conventional and unconventional tactics and techniques as a tactical mission leader, and assists the detachment operations sergeant in the preparation of training and operational plans.

ENGINEER SERGEANT (18C): The engineer sergeant is highly skilled in the planning and constructing of buildings and bridges — as well as in their demolition. His knowledge of construction techniques includes expertise in creating buildings and field fortifications, and the engineer sergeant is also skilled in all areas of demolitions, including land mine warfare and constructing and using improvised munitions. Engineer sergeants plan, supervise and perform all aspects of combat engineering and light construction.

MEDICAL SERGEANT (18D): The medical sergeant is well versed in many different areas of human and animal physiology. He is a specialist in trauma management, infectious diseases, cardiac life support and surgical procedures. He can also perform basic veterinarian medicine. Medical sergeants provide emergency, routine, and long-term medical care for their teams and associated allied members and host nation personnel. They train, advise, and direct the detachment’s routine, emergency and preventive medical care. They can also establish field medical facilities to support detachment operations.

COMMUNICATIONS SERGEANT (18E): The communications sergeant is the ODA’s link to the rest of the world. He is an expert in sending and receiving critical communications to the ODA’s command and control elements. Communications sergeants are familiar with cryptographic systems, burst outstation systems, antenna theory and radio wave propagation and common radios found throughout the Army. Communications sergeants install, operate and maintain FM, AM, HF, VHR, UHF and SHF communications in voice and burst radio networks. They advise the detachment commander on all communications matters.

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Final Thoughts:

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« Last Edit: July 24, 2015, 02:33:17 am by russianbiskets »

Dingo

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Re: LMC ARMA - AFO Valkyrie - Roles and SOP ** READ **
« Reply #1 on: July 23, 2015, 02:51:34 pm »
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Re: LMC ARMA - AFO Valkyrie - Roles and SOP ** READ **
« Reply #2 on: July 23, 2015, 07:55:23 pm »
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Re: LMC ARMA - AFO Valkyrie - Roles and SOP ** READ **
« Reply #3 on: July 24, 2015, 02:09:29 am »
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Re: LMC ARMA - AFO Valkyrie - Roles and SOP ** READ **
« Reply #4 on: July 24, 2015, 02:33:25 am »
R & A Bruv
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« Reply #5 on: July 24, 2015, 06:58:07 am »
Read and Acknowledged..

also i'm working on a map which eventually needs testing, to start pre-planning missions refer to the map here: http://puu.sh/jb2xt/1d21256ca5.png grid size is 24x24km