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  1. SSgt Boyle

    3d MRB Meme Thread!

    Aviation exfiling the MSOT this op
  2. SSgt Boyle

    3d MRB Meme Thread!

  3. SSgt Boyle

    3d MRB Quote Book

    "We don't have a hostage negotiator, we just have @MSgt Falconer!" - @SSgt McMuster
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    The Great McMonkey Hunt of 2020

    Are you tired of @SSgt McMuster squashing your plans to carpet bomb half of Chernarus? Do you need hearing aids because he monkey screeched in your ear? Well tomorrow's your chance to blow him to kingdom come! Grab your MAAWS and AT mines, because we're going on a McMonkey hunt, Thursday 1830 EST. "Plot": McMuster gets a T-90 and he has to get to point A with no respawns. Hunters get a drone, razors, and all the explosives they want (no javelins), but don't know where he is going exactly. Hunters win if they kill him, McMuster wins if he reaches the point alive. Will adjust if too easy
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    The Great McMonkey Hunt of 2020

    Depending on how many people show up and how competent they are with stuff it will either be the little man portable drone or a Reaper or me pretending to be a drone operator in Zeus. Note: if Reaper, it will be unarmed
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    3d MRB Meme Thread!

    @SSgt McMuster "intercepting" the suspicious person with his MRAP
  7. Russians and US Agree to Ceasefire and Withdrawal in Chernarus Grand Central Times - November 1st, 2019 In the aftermath of the heavy fighting near the city of Berezino in Chernarus last night, diplomats from the Russian Federation and the United States met Stockholm to hold emergency talks as tensions reached a possible breaking point. The negotiations went long into the night, but reports say both wanted to prevent a full-scale war, and at 6:00 am local time, an agreement was reached. Both the US and Russia have agreed to withdraw all military forces from the territory of Chernarus over the coming week to defuse the crisis that has entered its fourth week and saw its bloodiest points in the conflict over the past few days. Some have put blame for the increase of fighting on the United States’ increased support of the Republic of Chernarus in the past week, while Russia and the DPRC appear to have halted their offensive actions in a failed attempt to consolidate. Pictured: US and Russian diplomats after signing the agreement There have also been indications of a possible purge of members of the Russian military leadership, with several high ranking officers not being present at the Security Council at this week’s meeting. The head of the Chernarussian Front and the Deputy Minister of Defense Ivan Gorkov, who had made several public statements in favor of a larger intervention in Chernarus, were not seen at the meeting, with no statement about their absence being made. The Ministry of Defense also denied that heavy fighting had taken place at their airbase north of Berezino, though they did state there had been a large fire at the ammunition bunker on the base, causing severe damage to their facilities there. By John Pershing Grand Central Times
  8. ***FLASH TRAFFIC*** ***FLASH TRAFFIC*** ***FLASH TRAFFIC*** Date: Oct. 30th, 2019 FROM: SUPREME ALLIED COMMANDER EUROPE TO: ALL COMBATANT COMMANDS IN THE CHERNARUS AREA OF OPERATIONS Intelligence has determined with a high level of confidence that Russian forces are planning an airborne operation, Codename “Smolensk”, within the coming days. The operation will be aimed against the Chernarussian Defense Force in an attempt to break the morale of the Republic of Chernarus and force them into accepting the secession of the DPRC. It is believed that the Russians intend to avoid engaging US forces and present a fait accompli to all forces involved. Elements of the 6th Guards Airborne Division are likely to be used, as the division has begun assembling at two airfields in Russia, with the suspected lead assault element, the 105th Guards Airborne Regiment, starting to assemble in the Krasnostav Airfield in Chernarus. Also of note, several An-12 “Cub” transport aircraft have seen moving to Krasnostav with modifications to the airframes that make the aircraft appear as NATO C-130 aircraft. It is believed these planes will serve as the spearhead to create disarray behind the frontlines and enable the rest of the airborne forces to seize objectives. CIA and DIA analysts have reached the conclusion that the Russian are pursuing this course of action in an effort to turn the tide of the conflict without risking an escalation with the US. Several sources within Russia have noticed the formation of several factions within the Russian government, namely divided along the lines of those who wish to escalate the conflict, and those who wish to draw down their forces. The latter currently appear to hold more sway, but the former have convinced Russian leadership to attempt this operation. A map of Operation Smolensk has been intercepted by SIGINT and is displayed below, translated by NSA and DIA. Execute an appropriate defensive deployment and begin immediate preparatory actions pursuant the tasks assigned in DODP 1945. Inform subordinate commands at once. A similar warning is being sent by the Department of Defense. Commander USAREUR inform the Chernarussians. All US bases in Europe are directed to take appropriate measures against sabotage. Copy to Dept. of Defense ***FLASH TRAFFIC*** ***FLASH TRAFFIC*** ***FLASH TRAFFIC***
  9. THIS DOCUMENT IS CONSIDERED TS/SCI, UNAUTHORIZED DISSEMINATION OF THIS DOCUMENT IS PUNISHABLE WITH A PRISON SENTENCE OF UP TO 10 YEARS, A LARGE FINE, OR BOTH. Intercepted transmission from Kamensk-Shakhtinsky Military Base to 6th Guards Airborne HQ, 0645, October 30th, 2019 Intercept provided by NSA, translation agreed on by NSA, CIA, and DIA analysts. “Moscow has agreed with the General, Operation Smolensk is authorized. You have three days, and Nicolas will be waiting for you in the Palace. Good luck Vasily” - Believed to be General Nikolyai Sharopov, commander of the 6th Guards Airborne Division. “Thank you, we will succeed comrade.” - Believed to be Colonel Vasily Chukov, commander of the 105th Guards airborne regiment, 6th Guards Airborne. Objectives of Operation “Smolensk” are unknown at this time. The reference to “Nicolas” is similarly undetermined, however the “Palace” has been referenced in other intercepts relating to the Krasnostav Airfield in Northwest Chernarus. Colonel Chukov has been involved in several of Russia’s more daring operations, including a commando raid on Georgian command and control bunkers in the Russo-Georgian war of 2008 and several clandestine operations in Ukraine. He and his unit were also among the first Russian units to enter Chernarus, but have largely been inactive during the ongoing crisis since then. The 105th Guards is well equipped and trained, with most of their unit currently stationed just across the border. SIGINT and GEOINT have determined that at least one platoon from this unit is deployed at the Krasnostav Airfield for the duration of this conflict. From: National Security Agency
  10. SSgt Boyle

    Work lives

    I send "as per my last email" messages to ATF agents and tell police officers that the star next to the question on background check forms means they have to answer it
  11. Terrorist Attacks Against Russian Peacekeepers Escalating in Chernarus Soyuz News - October 29th, 2019 A pair of bombs were detonated in the DPRC town of Berezino yesterday as a convoy of Russian troops drove by on their way to support the defense of Elektrozavodsk. The attack killed several of the soldiers, as well as at least a dozen civilians who were nearby, Soyuz News has confirmed. The Chernarussian Liberation Front, an insurgent terrorist group that aims to force the DPRC into reuniting with the Republic of Chernarus, has claimed credit for the bombing, though they deny that civilians were killed, saying they only pursue military targets. This is just the latest in a string of attacks by the CLF across the DPRC, which according to officials there, have claimed at least 300 lives, most of them civilians. An estimated 58 of those are Russian peacekeepers, though the government has declined to comment on specific casualties. Pictured: Aftermath of Berezino attack President Antonov has issued a statement condemning these attacks, which he says might be supported from the other side of the border, though he did not specify if he believed that meant the CDF was supporting the CLF, or possibly NATO. He has also renewed his calls for the UN to step in and provide peacekeepers, rather than risking tensions with NATO, who refuses to accept a diplomatic solution to the ongoing crisis. By Nikolay Ivanov Soyuz News
  12. Fighting Reported Near US Base in Chernarus ADA News - October 26th, 2019 Sporadic fighting was heard in the area around Vybor Air Base yesterday, with reports of a Chernarussian helicopter being shot down being confirmed by the CDF. The CDF spokesperson, Captain Nicolai Vashanko, told gathered reporters that one of their Mi-8 transport helicopters had been downed by a shoulder-launched Surface-to-Air Missile as it transited from the air base to Chernagorsk, but also said that US patrols had defeated the insurgents. Several of the launchers were seized, and Capt. Vashanko stated they had not come from any of the CDF stockpiles, though he did not answer further questions about their origins. Several analysts have speculated that these launchers may have come from Russia Pictured: Captain Vashanko and members of the media examining captured launchers There was also limited looting in the town of Lopatino that occurred as CDF forces and police units were called away to deal with insurgents. It appears several of the local criminals took advantage of the lack of authority to seize medical supplies in the town and flee the town. They were unable to succeed, however, as several American units who had been patrolling for the insurgents stumbled upon them, resulting in two of the looters being killed and another 4 arrested. The Chernarussian government has stated that they have restored order to the area, and promised that even during times of war, the rule of law will be followed. By Arthur Currie ADA News
  13. Heavy Fighting Reported Near Chernarussian Capital Soyuz News - October 22nd, 2019 Reports of heavy fighting were confirmed by Soyuz News today, along with heavy losses on both sides. It is unclear as to who started the fighting, but what was believed to be a skirmish between Chernarussian forces escalated when American troops engaged in the fighting as well. Russian peacekeepers in the area were unwilling to risk further raising tensions in the region communicated to the Americans through the de-escalation hotline that they would not retaliate, but that any further hostilities would be met in kind. It appears that this was enough to halt their aggression, as the fighting died down shortly afterwards. Pictured: Aftermath of fighting near Elektrozadsk A DPRC spokesman has stated that approximately 30 soldiers were killed on their side, with another 57 wounded. The CDF claimed that only 10 of their troops were wounded, though credible sources have put their losses at over 50. There is no word from the American government on whether their troops were also injured in combat, but the recent tensions has seen a limiting in the Moore Administration’s willingness to share. After the provocation by American fighter jets last week, the eyes of the world have focused on the small nation, which has only made the recent fighting all the more worrying. Calls for retaliation have been heard on both sides, but as of yet it appears neither Russia nor the US is willing to start a shooting war.Heavy Fighting Reported Near Chernarussian Capital Attempting to somewhat defuse the current crisis, Russia again renewed its calls for a UN Peacekeeping force to take over duties in the region, but was again stifled by a joint American and British Veto at the Security Council. President Konanov has stated he is more than willing to resolve the issue of the two Chernarussian states’ legitimacy, but he has yet to hear a satisfactory assurance from the Moore Administration that the DPRC would be permitted to peacefully secede if it chose to. By Nikolai Yudenich Soyuz News
  14. SSgt Boyle

    Soviet Occupation of Poland Fun Op

    Dibs on tank commander, with a back up MG slot
  15. SSgt Boyle

    3d MRB Meme Thread!

    My main takeaway from tonight's op
  16. SSgt Boyle

    3d MRB Meme Thread!

    The entirety of MSOT 8321 at the end of their op today
  17. The following excerpt from the National Intelligence Estimate of October 10th regarding Russia's intentions towards the Chernarus region has been determined to be relevant to the ongoing operations of the 3rd Marine Raider Battalion in the Chernarus area of operations. Information that has not been deemed necessary to the accomplishment of 3rd MRB operations has been censored. THIS DOCUMENT IS CONSIDERED TS/SCI, UNAUTHORIZED DISSEMINATION OF THIS DOCUMENT IS PUNISHABLE WITH A PRISON SENTENCE OF UP TO 10 YEARS, A LARGE FINE, OR BOTH. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vBVtGlKFaDcKFAmo72-z7iV-FJNyQmzHPgvZJg7RoKQ/edit?usp=sharing Current Russian Force Composition in the Chernarus Area of Operations: 1st Chernarussian Front: 3rd Army Elements: 21st Guards Motor Rifle Division, 20th and 37th Guards Motor Rifle Brigades, 7th Separate Tank Regiment, 14th Guards Tank Regiment, 149th, 226th, and 292nd Artillery Brigades, 438th Rocket Brigade, 119th Anti-Aircraft Rocket Brigade, 73rd Air Defense Brigade, 5th and 23rd Special Purpose Brigades. 7th Army Elements: 14th Guards Motor Rifle Division, 135th and 204th Guards Motor Rifle Brigades, 17th and 18th Motor Rifle Brigades, 67th and 73rd Artillery Brigades, 465th Rocket Brigade, 182nd Anti-Aircraft Rocket Brigade, 988th Air Defense Brigade, 15th Special Purpose Brigade. Airborne Units: 78th Guards Air Assault and 6th Guards Airborne Divisions, 46th (Airborne) Special Purpose Brigade. Naval Units: 811th Naval Infantry Brigade. Frontal Aviation: 5th Air Army Elements: 4th, 18th, 214th and 403rd Fighter Aviation Regiments, 367th and 472nd Assault Aviation Regiments, 48th Reconnaissance Air Regiment, and 326th and 415th Helicopter Aviation Regiments. Long Range Aviation: 36th Air (Bomber) Army Elements: 53rd and 444th Heavy Bomber Regiments. 60th Air Army Elements: 11th Air Transport Division Of note: Only the 14th and 21st Guards Motor Rifle and 78th Guards Air Assault are currently operating on the ground in Chernarus itself. The remaining units are deployed on the Russian side of the border, but are on standby to reinforce or replace damaged front line units, as well as being exploitation units in the event of a breakthrough should the situation escalate. From: Defense Intelligence Agency
  18. SSgt Boyle

    3d MRB Meme Thread!

    as we move into operations while Russia has deployed forces to Chernarus, all I have to say is this
  19. Five US Soldiers Confirmed Dead in Chernarus Grand Central Times - October 14th, 2019 The Pentagon confirmed the deaths of five American Special Forces soldiers in Chernarus last week along with the loss of two helicopters in fighting. While military officials stated they would not be revealing the names of those lost at this time, the deaths help underscore the seriousness of the current situation in the region. The brief fighting that occurred in the aftermath of the Red Guard coup, who now have stylized themselves as the Democratic People’s Republic of Chernarus, was very bloody for both sides. Early reports from the ground indicated that at least 240 Loyalist Chernarussian soldiers died in the fighting, with that number expected to rise as the military reorganizes itself. Losses on the side of the DPRC are also believed to be high, but the provisional government in Elektrozavodsk has yet to release any official information. Approximately 60 civilians have died, though that number is disputed by the two Chernarussian states, as well as who is to blame for those casualties. Pictured: Downed American UH-60 in Chernarus, just North of Grishino The deployment of troops to Chernarus has been highly controversial in the United States, with members of both parties raising objections. But the loss of American lives in what is reported to be in the defense of retreating CDF troops has stirred outrage against the Red Guard in the US. A bill to equip the CDF with more advanced equipment is currently under consideration in the House, with several sources in the Moore administration saying the President is looking to support any bill that could help the beleaguered CDF. This comes as the elements of the 4th Infantry Division are reported to have begun replacing Loyalist troops on the front lines, which while currently static, are now a global hotspot. Pictured: Declassified satellite image of Russian forces crossing the Chernarussian border The Russian intervention into the country has further muddied the waters, and heightened tensions between the two rival superpowers. Sources within the Defense Department and NATO have both confirmed that at least four Russian divisions have entered the small Eastern European country. Satellite imagery released by DoD reportedly showed several elements of the Russian Army moving through the DPRC towards the front lines as American troops began to deploy there. There are attempts by diplomats on both sides to ratchet down the tension, but some worry that a confrontation is becoming harder to avoid by the day. By Tasker Bliss Grand Central Times
  20. Yes. Or more accurately, the author had no clue who the dead were or what branch they were in, so they wrote "soldiers". I'm dumb, but I'm not that dumb. Probably.
  21. Russian Peacekeepers Move to Protect Ethnic Russians in DPRC From NATO Soyuz News - October 12, 2019 At the behest of the newly formed Democratic People’s Republic of Chernarus, President Antonov ordered elements of the Russian Ground Force to move into their territory to act as peacekeepers in the face of the advancing NATO and CDF troops threatening to crush the new state. It appears that the fear of running into Russian forces led to a halting of their offensive, and the front lines have become a quasi-border, though there are reports of occasional skirmishes between CDF and DPRC troops. NATO has begun pouring reinforcements into the region to prop up their puppet President Konanov, with at least two divisions having begun moving into the former Soviet State, with some American Special Forces already being present. The latter are also reported to have begun aiding the Konanov regime in the illegal arrests of several prominent ethnic Russians. There has been widespread outrage across Russia at these reports, with a recent anti-NATO march in Moscow numbering in the hundreds of thousands. This peacekeeping mission comes one day after Foreign Minister Konev attempted to provide at least some hope of a peaceful resolution to the issue, by leading the Russian delegation to put forward a motion to the Security Council calling for a United Nations Peacekeeping force to be deployed to Chernarus. Unsurprisingly, it was vetoed by the American and British delegations over the protests of several other Security Council members, some of whom are already discussing leveling sanctions against these aggressive actions. After the vote, Minister Konev stated “It seems that NATO and the United States have once again decided that might makes right, and have abandoned all pretense of promoting democracy, choosing to silence those who resist their world view with force.” Since the DPRC declared their independence from Chernarus, there has been limited international recognition as few countries are willing to risk the West's ire, but Russian and her allies are willing to step up to aid the small nation on the international stage. Pictured: Russian peacekeepers moving towards the front lines through the town of Krasnostav Back in Chernarus, the situation appears to be stabilizing, at least in the Eastern half of the country, as Russian peacekeepers advance to the front lines. With few non-Western reporters allowed into the Republic of Chernarus, unbiased information is hard to come by, but Soyuz reporters were able to speak with those in the DPRC who were unafraid to state their beliefs now that Russian forces were shielding them from vengeful Chernarussian Internal Security Service (CISS) thugs. Osokin Valeryevich, a manager for a truck factory in the coastal city of Berezino, told Soyuz that he had feared for his and his family’s safety when the crackdown began. “Day after day, you saw more and more Russians rounded up by the police or the military,” he said, “and I would worry that tomorrow, it will be me or one of my daughters, because we speak out against Konanov.” When asked what he thought of the NATO deployment to his country, Osokin responded that “the Americans were just here to line their pockets, they do not give a damn about the people. But Russia? She actually cares about us.” Closer to the border, the people are anxious but celebrating the situation. Sergeyeva Mikhailovna, the wife of a farmer near Krasnostav, thanked Russia for coming to their aid. “We used to see Konanov’s men everyday, ready to arrest any of us who wanted real democracy,” she said as she waved to a passing convoy of Russian peacekeepers, “Now all you see are our liberators! They were going to turn our home into a war zone, and we can’t thank you enough for stopping them.” By Aleksei Brusilov Soyuz News
  22. SSgt Boyle

    3d MRB Meme Thread!

    Summary of tonight's operation:
  23. SSgt Boyle

    3d MRB Meme Thread!

    @Sgt McMuster learning how to fly
  24. Unrest in Chernarus, American Involvement Suspected Soyuz News - October 1st, 2019 Reports of fighting in the Autonomous Oblast of Podagorsk today were confirmed by Soyuz News, as well as a series of sporadic incidents in the eastern region of Chernarus involving the Chernarussian Defense Force. The so-called “Red Guard” is believed to be the source of much of the violence, which is believed to have claimed at least 30 lives in Podagorsk alone. The reports of fighting in the rest of Chernarus are being downplayed by the government in Chernogorsk, with the Konanov government refusing to release any causality figures. Sources within the Ministry of Foreign Affairs are also concerned of possible American involvement in the area, along with the fleet of warships the United States has stationed off the Podagorsk coast. The current incarnation of Red Guard, the terrorist organization that is believed to be involved in the fighting, is a far-right ultranationalist group that appears to have little issue with indiscriminate attacks on the civilian population of the region. This is a far-cry from the previous group that operated under the name, which was a socialist resistance movement attempting to restore democracy to the region, before being crushed by CDF and NATO forces in 2016. The sudden appearance and violent nature of this group has led many to question its origins, and whether it has foreign backers. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has stated they have begun an investigation into this new Red Guard, but the FSB might be ahead of their colleagues at Smolenskaya-Sennaya Square. An unnamed senior source in the FSB has told Soyuz that they have been tracking suspicious movements of American Special Forces in the area, as well as possible CIA agents making contacts with local residents and offering bribes to report disinformation. The same source also said there were concerns about American forces attempting to establish the Red Guard as part of a false-flag operation as an excuse to become more involved in the region. Pictured: Social Media post of smoke rising over Podagorsk after fighting Soyuz News has made repeated attempts to interview officials of the Konanov government to get answers about the current crisis, but each attempt has been flatly rejected. Instead, our reporters met with locals in Podagorsk to uncover what has been occurring. Sharapov Georgiy, a member of the town council of Protvino, told us that shortly after the fighting began, he saw several helicopters flying in the area, one of which he firmly identified as American. “You could hardly miss it,” he said describing the helicopter, “it was the size of a bus!” Sharapov also said he saw it come from the direction of several loud explosions before it continued towards the sea. The true involvement of America in this crisis is not known at this point, but suffice to say it is far more than the simple “investigation” of the attack on their official that the Moore government has been claiming. By Sergei Lavr