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 1st Panagbenga Airsoft Challenge

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eldiablo
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PostSubject: 1st Panagbenga Airsoft Challenge   Mon Feb 25, 2008 10:01 am



BAGUIO AIRSOFT CLUB, Inc.

1st Panagbenga AIRSOFT Challenge


OPERATION:
Mountain Siege





Scenario 1. Destroy Terrorist Transmitter



OPORD: 3-08 TFR DATE TIME: 030900H MARCH 2008



1.SITUATION

The Abu Pangat group is operating a radio station in the mountains of cordillera that is transmitting communication and coordinating attacks on Government troops throughout the region while operating illegal drug shipments.






  • WEATHER: Clear, Hot.
  • TERRAIN: Mountain, Jungle.
  • ENEMY: Outlaying guard posts, Minimum 10 terrorists guarding Radio Station.
  • FRIENDLY : None






2. MISSION:



  • WHO: 12 man, 1 Squad assault Special forces Team
  • WHAT: Stealth Insertion, Destroy Radio Transmitter, control room and Generators.
  • WHEN: 0900 Hours





3. EXECUTION:




  • COMMANDERS INTENT: Eliminate Abu Pangat’s Transmitting capabilities.
  • CONCEPT OF OPERATION: SF Team will make a stealth insertion without raising alarms and secure radio station. Eliminate guards if needed. Once in control, satchel charges are to be set. Extract after actions on objective.
  • COORDINATING INSTRUCTION: SF Team will lead the assault on the station. Rangers will maintain distance security until extraction.






Scenario 2. Rescue the down Pilot



OPORD: 3-08 TFR DATE TIME: 0301000H MARCH 2008



1.SITUATION

A reconnaissance Cessna spy plane has been hit by a surface to air missile and has gone down near the Poblacion Benguet Province, we have to set men to that position asap. Radio transmission received from single down pilot for immediate medivac.





  • WEATHER: Clear, Hot.
  • TERRAIN: Mountain, Jungle.
  • ENEMY: Estimated 15-50 armed guerillas with small arms & RPG’s.
  • FRIENDLY : None






2. MISSION:



  • WHO: 12 man, 1 Squad assault Special forces Team
  • WHAT: Stealth Insertion, Locate crash site, provide security, recover injured pilot in distress and administer first aid.
  • WHEN: 0900 Hours






3. EXECUTION:



  • COMMANDERS INTENT: Set a team of SF squad to the crash site and asses the wounded pilot, extract the injured down pilot to the 2nd designated Landing zone.
  • CONCEPT OF OPERATION: SF Team will make a stealth insertion without raising alarms and locate the crash site, extract the pilot to the LZ. Eliminate hostiles if needed.
  • COORDINATING INSTRUCTION: SF Team will lead the rescue on the station. Medivac will be provided at the 2nd LZ .





Scenario 3. Eliminate the Snipers



OPORD: 3-08 TFR DATE TIME: 0301100H MARCH 2008



1.SITUATION

The Abu Pangat group is training Sniper assassins in the mountains of cordillera that is targeting Government Officials and military troops throughout the country.



  • WEATHER: Clear, Hot.
  • TERRAIN: Mountain, Jungle.
  • ENEMY: Intelligence report shows 5 Snipers in the vicinity, Including he top Abu Pangat’s sniper instructor Commander Wahab Akbar.
  • FRIENDLY : None






2. MISSION:



  • WHO: 12 man, 1 Squad assault Special forces Team
  • WHAT: Locate training camp; eliminate all Snipers, Retrieve key from Commander Wahab Akbar needed to open vault said to be in the training camp and retrieve terrorist’s hit list.
  • WHEN: 0900 Hours






3. EXECUTION:



  • COMMANDERS INTENT: Eliminate all Snipers. Retrieve the terrorist list.
  • CONCEPT OF OPERATION: SF Team will move to the target location by foot practice ranger patrolling.
  • [size=12]COORDINATING INSTRUCTION: SF Team will lead the assault on the station. Rangers will maintain distance security until extraction. [/s





  • Points gained will be totaled divided by the time the team accomplished the mission at the end of 3 scenarios and will determine the winner. The winner will be awarded a trophy and certificate.
  • 30 minutes per game scenarios
  • 300 per person inclusive of lunch.
  • Opposition Forces will be wearing rebel/terrorists/militia uniforms to add realism.
  • There will be raffle prizes at the fellowship night.
  • Permits from government agencies will be secured for the event.
  • FPS limit: Field/assault rifles will be limited to 450fps at 0.20g bb; Sniper rifle (Bolt action only, No air gun converted airsoft gun) 500fps at 0.20g bb.
  • Field marshals are designated in every scenario.
  • Real guns, airguns or BB guns, firearms and alike aside from airsoft are prohibited in the playing field during game day.
  • All players, refs or marshals, and observers on the playing field must wear adequate eye protection at all times; facemasks, ear covers and body armor or pads are optional. No player will be allowed on the playing field without adequate eye protection. A player's eye protection must be put on before entering the playing field and must not be removed before leaving the playing field, even if the game is already over.
  • Minimum acceptable gear-equipment is eye protection. Goggles need to be able to withstand a point-blank shot to the lens from the required muzzle velocity per game, without breaking or appearing to be severely damaged. If your eye protection is damaged, replace it
  • If your eye protection gets fogged while you are playing, do not take it off! Try flapping it against your face, or if you have small fingers you might be able to get one in to wipe your lens clean. If none of these suggestions work, and you can't clear it any other way without removing your mask, call the nearest ref over to help you.
  • All new and modified guns on the playing field must pass a safety check by a Council member before it can be used on the playing field.
  • Boots, long pants and a jacket are highly recommended. Knives and other edged/pointed instruments should only be used for utilitarian purposes and/or as accessory to the uniform worn by players.
  • If you want to use a smoke bomb, it must pass a check by a Council member and you must get the O.K. of the ref on duty before you may use it.
  • No illegal drugs or alcohol are allowed on the playing field. ANY breaking of this rule will result in immediate expulsion from the game.
  • You must keep your guns and gear concealed anytime you are in public view when not on the gamesite.
  • Do not tear up the foliage (plants) or do anything else detrimental or harmful to the area we play in.
  • If you are hit anywhere except the weapon you're using, you are out. This includes any extension of your body (backpacks, stuff sticking out from your mask etc...). A hit from a player's own team mate, or "Friendly Fire", also counts as an “elimination”.
  • Ref and observers, eliminated players should refrain from giving hints, clues or instructions to other players that are still active in an on-going game.
  • Ricochets don't count. However, penetrating shots are those passing through grass, bush, leaves or thin material used for cover, they are not considered ricochets even if their trajectories may be somewhat deflected. Instead, they are to be considered as direct hits if they make contact with the targets on the other side.
  • If you think you hit a player but they didn't acknowledge it, ask them "are you hit?" If they say "no" don't make a stink about it (resume firing).
  • When you are out, go to the neutral zone. While you are leaving the playing field, make sure to carry your gun over your head and call out "hit, hit man coming out" continuously until you are off the playing field.
  • Point-blank shooting is discouraged, but is still considered inevitable, ask them to surrender before you shoot them. If they surrender, they are out and do not shoot them. If they do not surrender, you may resume firing.
  • Holding on to an opponent, his/her gun, or equipment (grappling) is not allowed. Exception, however, would be light taps on any part of the opponent's body, gun and/or equipment. Such action will be considered as silent elimination or "Knife Kill" of particular opponent.
  • Stay in bounds while playing.
  • No going back to the neutral zone to reload during a game. You must carry all of your tools, ammo, gas, batteries, etc. with you into the game. If you go out on the playing field, you are considered out.
  • Listen to the refs, they are there to help make sure we have a good time.
  • The refs on duty may change some of the minor (non-safety) rules from game to game.
  • USE OF COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT. There will be no imposed restrictions on the use of radio/electronic communications equipment during the game. Provided, only active players in a game will be allowed to communicate with each other. Anybody found to be relaying strategic and tactical information to players inside the playing field will be considered a combatant and may be shot or eliminated. Observer spies will not be tolerated.
  • Women and girls are to be treated as equal to men and boys. And as such, are entitled to all the courtesies and signs of respect due any other player in or out of the playing field. Avoid the use of foul language, display of condescending attitudes and excessively rough behavior.
  • Respect the rules. It is there to make sure we all have fun. Failure to follow the rules listed above will result in a warning, to being called out in a game, or being expelled from gamesite.
  • REF'S DECISION IS FINAL! Rightly or wrongly, the arbiter's call is final. His/her responsibility is to oversee the general conduct and safety of the game, player adherence to the rules and smooth flow of game action unhampered by time wasting arguments.




GAME SCHEDULE:

7-9AM -Registration and Chrono

9-10AM -Game Briefing

10-12PM -Start of the game, 3 scenarios simultaneously.

12-1PM -Lunch Break

1-5PM -Restart of the game.
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PostSubject: Re: 1st Panagbenga Airsoft Challenge   Mon Feb 25, 2008 7:41 pm

sir one day event lang ba? how many teams maximum pwede padala?
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PostSubject: Re: 1st Panagbenga Airsoft Challenge   Tue Feb 26, 2008 12:49 pm

hellboi wrote:
sir one day event lang ba? how many teams maximum pwede padala?

1 day event lang 2 sir...after the game is a Fellowship Night..pls. text/call sir Rugger or any BAC officers for the confirmation..09209382532, 09185711120, 09209171975..Kita kita tayo d2 mga kapatid!sunny
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PostSubject: Re: 1st Panagbenga Airsoft Challenge   Tue Feb 26, 2008 11:29 pm

ok sir, sali INAT dyan.... Very Happy
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