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Operation SLUZHBA
6:20 PM Sat 24th Oct 2020 (GMT/UTC +1.0)
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Operation SLUZHBA
By: [TWC] Mallas

Era: Cold War Soviet Army.
Forcetype: Motorised.
Vehicles: 3x BTR-60.
Attachment: 1x T-72 MBT and 1x SU-25 Attack jet.

Operation Start: 21st of April, 1980. 06:00 AM.
Current Weather: Sunny and clear.
Future Weather: No change.
Map: Takistan - included in OPs Repo.

Conflict Overview:
The Soviet–Afghan War was a conflict wherein insurgent groups (known collectively as the mujahideen), as well as smaller Maoist groups, fought a nine-year guerrilla war against the Soviet Army and the Democratic Republic of Afghanistan government throughout the 1980s, mostly in the Afghan countryside.

The Amin government, having secured a treaty in December 1978 that allowed them to call on Soviet forces, repeatedly requested the introduction of troops in Afghanistan in the spring and summer of 1979. They requested Soviet troops to provide security and to assist in the fight against the mujaheddin rebels. After the killing of Soviet technicians in Herat by rioting mobs, the Soviet government sold several Mi-24 helicopters to the Afghan military, and increased the number of military advisers in the country to 3,000. On April 14, 1979, the Afghan government requested that the USSR send 15 to 20 helicopters with their crews to Afghanistan, and on June 16, the Soviet government responded and sent a detachment of tanks, BMPs, and crews to guard the government in Kabul and to secure the Bagram and Shindand airfields.

After a month, the Afghan requests were no longer for individual crews and subunits, but for regiments and larger units. In July, the Afghan government requested that two motorized rifle divisions be sent to Afghanistan. The following day, they requested an airborne division in addition to the earlier requests. They repeated these requests and variants to these requests over the following months right up to December 1979.

Recent Events:
TWC Platoon, which is part of the 101st Motor Rifle Regiment, has been deployed in the south of the Takistan region to help the local government in taking out the rebel Mujahideen forces and secure valuable assets in the region.

1.) Secure Loy Manara oilfield and the nearby refinery.
2.) Continue patrol following the designated route trough the villages :
2a) Huzrutiman and Chak Chak.

Stand by for further orders.

Situation OPFOR:
Weapons: M16, M60, AK47, SVD Dragunov, RPG-7, various static recoilless rifles and HMGs, unconfirmed rumors of FIM-92 Stinger missile launchers. 
Uniform: Mostly civilian clothing with camo vests.
Vehicles: Various technicals and low numbers of BTR-40s and T-34s.

Situation Civilians:
Population: Civilians present in local villages, some may be armed.
Allegiance: Mujahideen.

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