For applicants looking to join you will need to attend am Induction night first.
Wednesday Operation nights are primarily used as training and advancement nights where members can begin to refine different roles in ASOR. Most Wednesdays will include some training/learning followed by operations to support the topic being covered on the night.
Operation briefs will be added below when the mission maker has them ready.
Attendance Times, Per State (NSW DST):
- NSW & VIC – 7:15pm
- QLD – 6:15pm
- NT – 5:45pm
- SA – 6:45pm
- WA – 4:15pm
- TAS – 7:15pm
By Vladimir Gluten
The year is 2008. Australian forces have been active in the large Middle Eastern nation of Al Rayak for several years, following a military intervention led by a coalition of Western states and a subsequent civil war. While ANA forces (Al-Rayak National Army) have had significant issues in stabilizing the country, Australia and other Western nations have conducted significant training programs to ensure the ANA will be able to keep the nation secure following Australia’s imminent withdrawal from the region.
In preparation for final handover of the security of the country to ANA, Australian Special Forces are conducting two final joint training and evaluation sessions, codenamed Madrasa Green and Madrasa Black.
Madrasa Green will be conducted tonight, and will focus on ANA’s ability to conduct anti-IED operations, respond to ambushes, and urban assault / CQC operations.
Enemy – Live and Demonstration IED threats, demonstration EI targets, Insurgents.
Friendly – Joint ASOR / ANA forces. Humvees available. Infantry are mixed Australian and Al Rayaki forces.
Civilian – Minimal.
Terrain – Al Rayak valleys and urban areas.
Conduct the following drills:
- IED Patrol Course
- Fire and Move Course
- Practise Urban Assault Course
- Convoy and Urban Assault Course (Simulated Live Combat)
- Large Urban Assault and Clearance Course (Simulated Live Combat)