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  • In Universe Dateline: September 17th 2020
  • Heavy fighting on the outskirts of Kidal
  • Private contractors engage in merciless campaign against Boko Haram Remnants in Burkina Faso
  • Boko Haram claims to be establishing a caliphate in Mali
  • Russian jet has near-miss with Norwegian patrol aircraft over the Barents Sea
  • Chinese Maritime Militia in a stand-off with the Philippines
  • Nova Medellín Cartel takes several Europeans hostage in Columbia
  • Concerns over water supplies in Egypt grow over recent dam completion in Ethiopia
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Sgt Speirs

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About Sgt Speirs

  • Rank
    8002 Joint Terminal Attack Controller
  • Birthday 01/28/2000

Unit

  • 1) Qualified MOS
    0372 Critical Skills Operator | 8002 Joint Terminal Attack Controller | 0370 Special Operations Officer | HM-8403 S.A.R.C. | 153A Rotary Wing Aviator | 11S2Y Special Operations Pilot
  • 2) School of Infantry
    ITC | FMTB
  • 3) Corporal's Courses
    CPLC 101 | CPLC 102 | CPLC 103
  • 4) Sergeant's Courses
    SGTC 201 | SGTC 202 | SGTC 203
  • 7) Auxiliary Qualifications
    ACLS | E&D | SERE | JTAC | MFF | CD | MG | AT | AH-6, MH-60, MH-47, AH-64, MH-60DAP, A-29, C-130
  • 8) Date of Rank
    03FEB22
  • Service Number
    M441

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  1. Sgt Speirs

    Operation Cinder - 05JUN2021

    Pink please!!!!
  2. @SSgt O'Brien SAY THE THING
  3. Sgt Speirs

    3d MRB Meme Thread!

  4. Sgt Speirs

    Operation Gold Coast: Vietnam Fun Op 5/30/21

    poggers 1-1 on station
  5. Sgt Speirs

    Fun Operation Reign of Fire - March 31st @1900EST

    Commissar speirs reporting
  6. Mark Clark sure seems to be a decorated journalist
  7. how bad would it be if we Muammar al-Gaddafi'd him
  8. Sgt Speirs

    3d MRB Meme Thread!

  9. Humanitarian Relief Arrives in Chenarus Ossetia Today By Tanya Turgenev After a month of some of the most brutal and intense fighting not see outside of the Syrian conflict, 37 days of fierce battle have finally come to an end in the region of Chenarus. Russian and American forces are now withdrawing from the area, and with this, healing can begin. A large influx of foreign aid and supply has begun working its way through the country, with IDAP already arriving on the shores of this broken and bruised country. With them, they bring a couple of hundred medical personnel, explosive removal experts, and other critical aid workers to help assist in returning the country to at least a semblance of what it was. There have also been pledges of support from Doctors without Borders, and the Red Cross promising to send more first-aid responders, medical supplies, and the much-needed equipment to get clean drinking water to communities hit hardest by this conflict. Refugees International has already begun helping displaced Chernarussians find temporary housing in refugee camps until their houses are rebuilt or to help them immigrate to other countries in the area.  (Pictured: IDAP first aid station on Chenarus) Outside of public sector organizations, however, support from the international community is seemingly absent. The United States and Russia have decided to vacate the region, leaving the mess of their geopolitical squabbling behind for others to clean up while they find a new theatre to trounce around. The EU has remained non-committal, and even Chenarus' close neighbor of Ukraine has refrained from dedicating any meaningful support to the now war-ravaged country. But an end to the fighting doesn't mean that threats still don't linger. The DPRC, having not officially conceded defeat, has gone to guerilla warfare, attacking CDF positions whenever able. Several confirmed and unconfirmed reports of DPRC insurgents even attacking IDAP vehicles and attempting to take IDAP personnel hostage. This new "Resistance group" has only served to mount more issues for the area, from sabotaging infrastructure like electrical grids to planting roadside bombs, making an already difficult job of removing unexploded ordnance and restoring roads to working order that much more challenging.  (Pictured: Overturned IDAP van near Staroye, Chenarus) The world's attention has mainly shifted from this side of the world, and the fighting may have subdued, for the most part, that doesn't mean that the road to recovery is over. With the help of international support, Chenarus can rebound to become what it was, and potentially even more.
  10. Sgt Speirs

    Work lives

    University student studying to hopefully get into the aviation field one day!
  11. Sgt Speirs

    Monday Movie Night

    bet
  12. Chernarussia Politician Missing By: Ivan Vladosk The recent month of fighting in the region of Chenarus has seen an escalation of conflict akin to that of the fighting in Syria nearly two years ago, which also involved a civilian population caught between the United States and Russian forces. While not on the same scale of the Syrian conflict, which has caused hundreds of thousands of causalities and millions more displaced, this has still resulted in thousands displaced and hundreds wounded with no real understanding of how much damage has been done to infrastructure and historical sites like Devil's Castle. One of the thousands affected by this conflict is the Deputy Minister of the Interior, Ivan Gorkov, who has gone missing during fighting this week near the front lines of the conflict zone during a official visit to assess damage to infrastructure and residences. According to unconfirmed sources his personal belongings were found in a suspected DPRC hideout not far from the front lines. We'll present more info as it comes. Pictured: Ivan Gorkov
  13. Sgt Speirs

    3d MRB Meme Thread!

    Recreated for obvious purposes on my IRL tinder
  14. Sgt Speirs

    3d MRB Meme Thread!

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