W336 - Plans Orders and Annexes Pe

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[1] UNCLASSIFIED

[2] CHANGE FROM VERBAL ORDERS, IF ANY

Copy of Copies [3]TM C
FT IRWIN (MK865048), CA
[4] 021400T October 2012
CM

[5] OPERATIONS ORDER 01-06

[6] REFERENCES OPORD 01-05-TF 1-80, Map, Series V795 (SOUTHERN CA); Sheets 2654III (LANE MT), 2755III (AVAWATZ PASS), 2655II (LEACH LAKE), 2655III (QUAIL MTS), 2754IV (RED PASS LAKE), 2654I (TIEFORT MTS), 2654IV (GOLDSTONE LAKE), 2754III (CAVE MT), 2654II (ALVORD MT), 2754I (BAKER), 2754II (SODA LAKE), 2755II (SILURIAN HILLS), 2554II (OPAL MT), 2554I (PILOT KNOB), 2555II (WINGATE PASS); EDITION: 3-DMATC, 4-DMATC, 5-DMATC, 2-AMS; SCALE: 1:50,000.

Time Zone Used Throughout the Order: TANGO

[7] TASK ORGANIZATION

TM C

[8] 1st Platoon [11] Headquarters Troops
1/C/1-87IN (M) A&B/B/2/52 ENG [12] C/1/3/B/1-66 ADA
2d Platoon
[9] 2/C/1-87 IN (M) Support Platoon [13] Medic Section
3d Platoon
[10] 3/C/1-3 AR

1. [14] SITUATION.

a. Enemy Forces.

(1) Elements of 3d Bn., 75th Infantry Regiment are presently occupying hasty defensive positions in the TF Sector.

(2) Enemy positions have been located at:

(a) Headquarters, 3/75 at -- NK113058

(b) A reconnaissance platoon at -- NK080060

(c) A/3/75 at -- NK101038

(Classification)
(Classification)

b. [15] Friendly Forces.

(1) 1st BDE attacks east, in sector, at 170230T October 20XX to seize assigned objectives. On order, defend in sector. The Brigade Commander intends to attack with task forces abreast. On order, seize OBJ PINE (NK088041), destroying or neutralizing all enemy forces. I intend to make maximum use of our reconnaissance forces and to employ CAS, fire support, and EW assets as far forward in the main battle area (MBA) as practical.

(2) [16] TF 1-87 will attack east, at…...

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