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Operation Al-Fajr
   
Picture of Operation Al-Fajr Author : Lightninguk Version : N/A A.C.E Mod
Islands :
Opteryx Islands: Avgani & Afghan Village (v 1.5 & 1.0)
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Mission type : Coop (1 - 20) Downloads : 1257
Playable as : Other
Included *.pbo files : Needed addons :
  • ACE_Operation_Al-Fajr.avgani.pbo
 
Description :
Background
US Marines have been tasked to retake control of Avgani following an uprising by local insurgents. HQ MND SW along with Regimental Combat Team 1 (RCT-1)1st Marine Regiment: are deploying from just outside the city also on standby with Apache attack helicopters.are Member of the Apache 1st Battalion, 3rd Aviation Reg.
US Marines have move forward and establish Forward Operating Bases, their main objective being to intercept the growing Insurgent problem in and around the city.

It is believed the Insurgents are operating out of Avgani Palace, and have a variety of old National Army hardware in their possesion. Civilians still occupy the city and must not be engaged. 2nd Reconnaissance Battalion patrols have reported that the Mosque is also a possible Insurgent stronghold. The USMC mission is to bring peace back to Avgani so it can be returned to the Iraqi people by destroying the insurgency's munition caches, the Insurgency's aim is to push the USMC forces from the area.

Overview
The Battle of Avgani (code-named Operation Al-Fajr - "The Dawn" in Arabic,) was a joint U.S.-Iraqi offensive led by the U.S. Marine Corps against the Iraqi insurgency stronghold in the city of Avgani, authorized by the U.S.-appointed Iraqi Interim Government. The U.S. military called it "some of the heaviest urban combat U.S. Marines have been involved in since the Battle of Hu? City in Vietnam."[7]

This operation was the first major operation in Avgani

Destroy 4 insurgency's munition caches
which will spawn in different area each time you start the map
Size : 28,0 kB
  January 1st, 1970 - 00:00   Comment (0)  

 
 
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