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Flashpoint: Chendeka Summation.

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Bolshev Federation Armed Forces

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Uniform requirement: Helmets,beanies,bandanas or berets with full camouflage fatigues. (Russian camo types encouraged)
No peaked hats / baseball caps or boonie hats.

What to expect in this unit:
Expect conventional combat operations including recon and contact patrols, QRF support roles and a scheduled FOB defence procedure.





Places : 90
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Bolshev Federation : GRU

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Uniform Requirement: Helmets, Bandanas, Berets, Beanies.
Ghillie suits are permitted for all members of the unit.

What to expect:
This is a more challenging Milsim experience, units are expected to be able to operate independently of the faction HQ and live from their bergen.
Units may have to remain undetected for long periods in order to complete their objectives.
Expect to conduct recon, raids and clandestine operations.
The minimum kit requirements for this faction are as follows:

– Sleeping system – Sleeping bag, Bivi/Bivi bag or concealed tarp NO TENTS.
– Bergen to carry sleeping system and food etc.
– Food and water for duration.
– Fighting order.





Places : 10
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Chendekan National Army

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Uniform requirement : Bush/Boonie hats with full camouflage fatigues.
No other headgear type allowed. (NATO camo types encouraged)

What to expect in this unit:
Expect conventional combat operations including recon and contact patrols, QRF support roles and a scheduled FOB defence procedure.





Places : 90
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Chendekan SOG

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Uniform Requirement: Bush/Boonie hats with full camouflage fatigues.
No other headgear type allowed. (NATO camo types encouraged)

Ghillie suits are permitted for all members of the unit.

What to expect:
This is a more challenging Milsim experience, units are expected to be able to operate independently of the faction HQ and live from their bergen. Units may have to remain undetected for long periods in order to complete their objectives.
Expect to conduct recon, raids and clandestine operations.
The minimum kit requirements for this faction are as follows:

– Sleeping system – Sleeping bag, Bivi/Bivi bag or concealed tarp NO TENTS.
– Bergen to carry sleeping system and food etc.
– Food and water for duration.
– Fighting order.





Places : 10
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    Recommended kit list:

Good boots.
Faction headgear and uniform
Spare socks.
Waterproofs.
Airsoft RIF.
Replica knife (knife kills).
Spare batteries for everything.
Eye protection.
Mid cap magazines.
Speedloader.
BB’s (Biodegradable only!).
Torch (+ red filter).
Spare glow sticks.
Water for the duration of the event and the means to carry it.
Food (ration packs or tinned food etc.).
Energy food (mint cake, energy bars, glucose sweets etc.).
Cooking equipment.
Good backpack/bergen
Sleeping bag.
Ground mat.
Basha/bivi bag etc.
Orange death rag.
Spare orange death rag.
Radio (+ headset).
Multi tool.
Combat Application Tourniquet

Background

2016
In 2016 separatists from the self proclaimed autonomous region of Monrova began a series of large scale skirmishes and attacks in what appeared to be a ‘land grab’ attempt along the border with Chendeka. Chendekan forces followed up the attack with a full scale invasion of the autonomous zone.

The Bolshev Federation accused the Chendekan government of an act of aggression against Monrova and initiated airstrikes followed by a ground assault against Chendekan positions with the goal of protecting the Monrovan people from the Chendekan advance.

Federation forces successfully occupied the majority of the semi autonomous region of Monrova in the north of the country. The invasion completed the intended primary objective of protecting Monrovan sovereignty. Many lives were lost on both sides and the civilian population was displaced from the areas which saw the heaviest combat.

2017
Since the initial clashes a volatile front line formed to the south of the disputed Monrovan region. Units on both sides of the line occupied isolated outposts with only sporadic isolated incidents. The cessation of large scale ground operations enabled the civilian population to return in small numbers to various towns and villages and begin rebuilding their lives in the wake of the main battle. Both the Monrovan liberation Front and the Cendekan Partisans had been working hard to increase their support and established base camps in two main villages near Vladikaz.

In May, the Chendekan National Army mounted a large scale counter offensive from their stronghold in Vladikaz with the goal of recapturing positions in the north, this was in part successful. Chendekan troops pushed the front line forward however could not keep up the momentum because of stiff resistance from Bolshev forces further north.

With the assistance of Bolshev forces, Monrovan citizens established themselves as the dominant culture in the area and had in their possession, historically significant artifacts to reinforce this in the eyes of international watch dogs struggling to choose a side for aid distribution. They also made a lot of money on the black market via the sale of precious pieces of art which they were then able to channel into weapons and funding to repair and rebuild. This construction work and additional cash incentives prompted the return of the Monrovan civilian population to the area.

2018
The Bolshev Federation have launched a new offensive in the east to open up a second front against the CNA with the goal of cutting off the CNA advance and making a dash for the Chendekan capital.

This move has outraged the international community as now the Bolshev forces have entered previously undisputed territory in mainland Chendeka. Public support for the conflict in the Bolshev Federation is waning following this recent move.

A reaction force made up of Chendekan reserves from the capital has responded in order to halt the advance of the Federation forces. If the Chendekan forces manage to hold back the BFAF it is unlikely that the Federation will continue the war due to waning public support and the mounting death toll, however if they fail, it could lead to the loss of the capital and the potential annexation of Chendeka…

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Information

Timings:
Gates open: 11/05/18 – 18:00
Sign in open: 11/05/18 – 19:00 – 23:00
Chrono open: 11/05/18 – 19:00 – 23:00
Start Ex : 12/05/18 – 10:00
End Ex : 13/05/18 – 16:00

No sign in on Saturday!

Platoon and section commanders must be present for briefings at 0:00 Friday night 11/05/18 at faction HQ.

CAT Tourniquets are required for this event.

What to expect: Please read before attending!

This is a 30 hour large scale Military Simulation exercise.
You can expect to be involved in force on force operations where each platoon will take on specific roles to fulfil the goals of the faction.
Please do not expect a skirmish style game with plenty of action.
With this in mind please bring the right attitude to this event. Do not arrive expecting to go off task in search of a firefight, if this is your attitude then please do not book a ticket.
We expect participants to follow the instructions from the chain of command to ensure a realistic and enjoyable event for all involved.

Tickets will be available: 23/04/18 19:00 UTC.
Tickets €75, A non refundable deposit of €35 will be required to secure a place.

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New Ammo Rules ! Important !

All ammunition for this event will be supplied by Bellurgan Park Airsoft. The reason for this is to introduce a military supply chain and logistics into the event as well as to ensure the biodegradable nature of all bb’s used on site.

Biodegradable, Open Blaster bb’s will be supplied in .25g weight, (new weights and brands pending)

You can of course still bring your own bbs to our events but this is not encouraged. You will need to produce a brand new, unopened bag of bio bbs at sign in. Once this has been inspected you can then bag these bb’s into 600 round storage vessels that you must also take with you at the sign in desk.
These bb’s will then be placed inside your factions magazine crate and will be transported to your FOB.
Some of your bb’s will be held in reserve so not all of them will be prone to enemy raids.

Ammunition will now play a more pivotal role in the event as it can now be captured by the enemy, stores must be safeguarded from enemy raids.

Platoon commanders will be issued ammunition at FOB and it is up to them to supply their section I/C’s.

Ammo can now be requested from HQ and transported via 4×4 for rearming troops in the field.

Rules for reloading will change also. You now will only be able to reload from an ammunition box. This is the only place a bottle of bb’s can be stored or transported in.

No loose ammunition may be carried by players for the purpose of reloading in the field, however you may reload from ammo crates regardless of their location.

You may carry an empty speedloader should you come across an ammo cache in the field.

There will be a considerable change to medic and respawning rules for this event, details will be released in a full rules video in the coming week.