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Operation Yeoman

By: The_Spine


Era: WW2
Forcetype: ANZAC Dismounted
Vehicles: Medical Willy Jeep x 1
Attachment: Platoon Mortar


Operation Start: 07:30 27 October 1943
Current Weather: Clear
Future Weather: Clear
Map: Henderson

Conflict Overview:

After a sneak attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7th 1941, the Empire of Japan declared war on the Allies and procced to seize many islands in the South Pacific to take control of their resources. In January 1942, Japan invaded and captured the British Solomon Islands. After months of losing ground, the Battle of the Coral Sea in May marked a turning point with the Allies going on the offensive.

OPFOR: Imperial Japan

Weapons: Ariska, Type 100, Type99
Uniform: Japanese Uniform, Foliage
Vehicles: Type 97 Truck

BLUFOR: US Marines

Weapons: M1 Carbine, Garand, Thompson
Uniform: US Marines
Vehicles: M5 Stuart

Recent Events:

As part of the wider Campaign to retake the Solomon Islands, the Allies have decided to take back a group of island called the Treasury Islands. The Islands will be used as a staging area for the future invasion of the Bougainville Island. The task to seize the islands will be joint operation between US Marines and the New Zealand 3rd Division.

On the morning of the 27th October 1943, the US Marines and NZ forces landed on the island of Mono to set-up 2 separate beachheads. Although the New Zealand Forces managed create their beachhead with minimal resistance, US forces have been met with strong opposition and are currently unable to break out of their beachhead.  


New Zealand forces are to push inland clearing out Japanese forces and assist the US Marines by preventing the enemy from attacking the beachhead and bringing up reinforcements.


Clear nearby villages and Tenaru bridge
Access to the bridge will allow friendly forces to push further inland using the roads rather than jungle paths.

Secure the Airfield
Secure the Airfield to prevent further Japanese air attacks on the beachheads and for Allied use in further operations in the Solomon Islands.

Clear Lunga Bridge and Seize Hill 313
Clear Japanese forces from the Bridge and take control of the fortifications on Hill 313

Block Japanese reinforcements from reaching US beachhead.
Hill 313 covers the only main road which the Japanese can use to move reinforcements to the US Beachhead. You must prevent reinforcements from reaching the beachhead until the US Marines can breakout.

NOTE: Keep watch for Japanese Patrols and Ambushes in the Jungle.

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