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 ITO 2018 Mission 12 (07th January)

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Floyd Posted - 07 Jan 2018 : 14:24:57
Enemy forces have been resupplied and we have to support our units
on their push to the north.



The picture shows the area around our target, the 171st Tank Battalion.
A second battalion - not shown on the map - is the 280th Supply Battalion;
last known postion was a few miles to the west, around waypoint 5 on the map.

Package 18179

Shark2 and Snake2 are 4-ship AI flights.
Mission success is given for 50% hit ratio of fired munition,
PS is given for 25% hit.

Cobra2 is a 4-ship TARCAP flight.
Mission success is given for no losses to Shark and Snake by A2A,
PS is given for 50% loss max.

All flights are from the 4329th squadron, flying the F-16CM-52,
taking off from Hatzerim.

IDM will be from human pilot in Cobra2.
Shark21 is package commander.

Timings:

Flight		Task			TO		PP		TOT		IDM		VHF		TACAN	FL

Shark2		AI			06:22	06:30	06:45	 1		 1		11/74	200
Snake2		AI			06:24	06:32	06:47	 2		 2		16/79	210
Cobra2		TARCAP		06:20	06:28	06:42	 3		 3		21/84	250


Flight paths and weapons are free.
The weather is fair at home plate and fair at the target.

Good Hunting

Floyd

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Flight Leads in this Sunday's official campaign mission, "ITO 2017 Mission 12" are requested
to post a debrief of their flights actions, including any lessons learned or that should be
learned by others.

Please put the following information at the top of your post:

Flight Role: (SEAD, ESCORT, STRIKE, Etc..)
Callsign11: "Pilot's name" AA=X AG=X RTB,MIA/KIA,EJT
Callsign12: "Pilot's name" AA=X AG=X RTB,MIA/KIA,EJT
Callsign13: "Pilot's name" AA=X AG=X RTB,MIA/KIA,EJT
Callsign14: "Pilot's name" AA=X AG=X RTB,MIA/KIA,EJT

MS/PS/MF
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Zipgun Posted - 08 Jan 2018 : 18:10:09
Flight Role: AI
Shark21: ZIPGUN..AA=0 AG=6 RTB
Shark22: AIM.......AA=0 AG=0 KIA

MS (6 kills out of 7 shots)

Normal INGRESS, until we were both engaged by an SA-2 prior to sorting targets. The weather was an issue, driving us to an altitude lower that the SA-13 kill range. As a consequence, #2 was hit and killed having fired one maverick.

I maintained a CAP while SNAKE2 engaged and fired on 2 Mig-25s only wounding them ... SNAKE came north and finished them off. Being bingo fuel, I was RTB and landed with a plentiful 312lbs to spare.
Fisty Posted - 08 Jan 2018 : 14:37:00
Flight Role: AI
Snake21: "Fisty" AA=2 AG=6 RTB
Snake22: "Echion" AA=2 AG=4 RTB
Snake23: "Vosene" AA=2 AG=1 RTB
Snake24: "Mango" AA=0 AG=1 RTB

MS (12 kills out of 20 shots)

Ingressed from out to sea to the west and held short of TGT while Shark1 investigated a singing SA2. Once cleared hot, we located targets and racetracked in trail. No3 called off with a tech problem with his mavericks. Shortly after, Snake requested support to check his 6. Picked up a stack of 6 enemy aircraft (Mig21s and SU25s) inbound, so engaged on those, covering Shark's escaped, who was down to a singleton.

Once cleared, we RTB'd with element taking the lead straight in, joining the pattern at Base Leg, as they were fuel critical. Nos 1 & 2 took a more sedentary route for a straight in approach.

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