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  • In Universe Dateline: March 18th 2020
  • Chinese Cargo Ship Siezed by US Military in Indonesia
  • Two Police killed during a drug-related shooting in the Ikan Archipelago. Another five in critical condition
  • Hostages aboard the MV Europa Flame rescued by US Navy SEALs
  • Boko Haram robs bank for over $700,000
  • Ayatollah killed in suicide bombing during morning prayers in Tehran
  • Iranian counteroffensive launched against Saudi occupation forces
  • Saudi Arabia takes Iranian coastline relativly uncontested
  • Republic of Kurdistan established as a free and independant nation
  • New Afghan National Army clear Pol-e-Khomri of Taliban following a string of sucessfull offensive operations
  • Singapore and Malasia step up naval activity following increase in piracy along Malacca Strait
  • THESE HEADLINES ARE WORKS OF FICTION INTENDED TO SUPPORT THE STORYLINES OF THE 3d MRB REALISM UNIT

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    //SECRET//JSOC//MARSOC From: [email protected] <Clark Williams> To: [email protected] <Mark Stanton>, [email protected] <Sean Whelan>, [email protected] <Jim Teival> Subject: Notice of Immediate Redeployment Intel confirming the transfer of chemical shipment ownership to Boko Haram has prompted another change in AO. ODAs and Phantom 1 are to establish a forward base within Kujari Province on the Eastern border of Burkina Faso NLT 10APR20. MSOC and Phantom 2 will redeploy to Burkina Faso NLT 12APR20. Intel indicates the situation on the ground is volatile with multiple warlords vying for control of the area. Boko Haram is likely using this chaos to stay hidden. Task Force Cobra will exploit this dynamic and decisively locate and remove chemical components, means of assembly, and funding being used by Boko Haram. Boko Haram's acquisition of these components is a severe threat. Assembly is likely already beginning. Identifying Boko Haram's likely targets, avenues of distribution, and weapon location are critical IOT take preventative measures against a chemical weapon deployment. Preventing another chemical weapon attack is the highest priority for Task Force Cobra and USSOCOM at this time. Prioritize accordingly. Signed, Lieutenant Colonel C. Williams Commanding Joint Special Task Force Cobra ATTACHMENTS burkinafaso.jpg
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    Western Forces Reportedly Operating in Libya Grand Central Times - March 30, 2020 Battles in the streets of Misrata are unfortunately common for the remaining residents of the town, with the city having been fought over numerous times by the warring factions of Libya’s ongoing civil war. But while the gunfire isn’t new, the participants appear to be. Reports from several witnesses in the city state that the most recent spate of violence involved several Westerners fighting with one of the rebel groups who hold a large portion of the town. When the shots died down, civilians in the area found a large group of rebel soldiers dead, and the town’s harbormaster missing. Interviews with two of the residents, have suggested that the harbormaster may have been involved in smuggling operations, but Grand Central Times has been unable to independently confirm these allegations. Pictured: Fighting in Misrata several days ago. The fighting across Libya has peaked in recent months as the UN-backed government dissolved into infighting over the failure to reach a deal on future elections. Rebel groups have taken advantage of the lack of authority to renew their attempts to carve out their own lands or fill the power vacuum for themselves. The reports of Westerners engaged in the fighting have raised concerns as to whether there is a foreign intervention underway in the failed state, or if this is a rise in the use of mercenaries in the civil war. Russian mercenaries have previously been confirmed operating in the region, but their actions have largely been limited to training and other second-line duties. Grand Central Times will continue to follow this story as it develops. By Archibald Wavell Grand Central Times
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    i'm still doing the same thing since my last post, but enough about me. Anyway, i got to see my uncle over the weekend, haven't seen him since 2015ish, but i just found out that he does Depot Level Maintenance for 160th SOAR and i thought that was kinda neat and moderately relevant given our emulated aviation unit of choice.
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    Two helicopters go down over Malden as violence surges Around midnight last night townspeople in Arudy were woken up by a loud noise and a swift power outage, believed to have been the result of a US military helicopter crash landing a short distance outside the town. A spokesperson for the Malden autonomy confirmed that EMS assets were held back on request by the US military while they dealt with the crash. By the time anybody got close the wreckage had been recovered although the terrain showed clear signs of a heavy impact along with a knocked down electrical pole. The crash site outside Arudy. The wreckage was removed during the night by US forces. Power was restored to the entire town by noon and the US military contingent on the island communicated their apologies via the governor's office and financial compensation to the affected residents was forthcoming. While information is sparse, the US military operation is believed to have been a step in the combating of the rampant lawlessness on Malden. The town of Arudy was believed to contain a insurgent weapons cache as well as some high ranking members of the insurgency. The military operation was sanctioned by local authorities. The need to find and destroy these weapons caches was on full display this night as a civilian helicopter conducting an urgent transportation of medical equipment was shot down by a insurgent ground-to-air missile and crashed on a hillside. EMS assets were quickly dispatched to the location and according to reports the 3 people onboard were in critical condition and have been flown to Malta for emergency medical treatment. The wreckage of the civilian helicopter shot down by an insurgent ground-to-air missile The Maldenese athorities were reluctant to comment on when these extensive military and police actions may be brought to an end and many are asking themselves if these actions have not simply made Maldens problems worse. ADANews will, as always, continue to monitor the situation as it develops. Simon Tam ADANews
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