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Kelly the Mad

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As soon as the Thai descended below the vehicle's gun elevation, it would reverse its way out of the fire zone, as the first few grenades began raining down around it, exploding harmlessly on the outer armor but shaking the crew's morale. Immediately Gendarmerie who were In the vicinity (A significant number considering that ~1,000 men were based in the temple) would jump to combat positions, and soon grenades from M203 grenade launchers would begin to drop down by Thai advance, fired from behind cover using the very loud gunshots to find their location with ease. Once the Thai guns went silent and they began to retreat, Gendarmerie would rush towards the staircase, staying on their side of the border, and doing their best to gun down any retreating Thai, entering into a firefight with any remaining. Utilizing the wall cover provided, they would use combined rifle fire, machine gun fire, and grenades fired from underbarrel launchers to numerically dominate the Thai soldiers.

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As soon as the reports of fighting were broadcasted on the radio channels, about two minutes after it broke out, Type 59-1 crews of the 1st Infantry Division ran to readiness positions. Being stationed under 10 miles away from the temple, they would be well within firing range. If the small arms firefight proceeded, and the Thai location could be passed through the radio, a barrage of 10 130mm shells would simultaneously make their way to the ancient stairway, and the handful of Thai soldiers still there. If it came to this point, it can be assumed that all Thai soldiers would be dead or wounded. After the artillery had finished its duty, the entire division would pick up from Sra'aem and move to about (14.36922769211799, 104.70929683533434) before setting up another disguised camp within the woods.

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The Prime Minister would pick up the phone immediately.

"Mr. Prime Minister. I am very glad you have decided to call us under these severely distressing circumstances."


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The nearby can hear loud sounds of machine guns and explosions from the staircases at the top of the mountain where the Temple of Preah Vihear standoff between Thailand and Cambodia has made their way below. At the same time, Thai soldiers back in their base on the lower ground will get into their position to stand ready for any attack that might advance. The field officers standstill at the front of their base with the faith that his men will return, and he can't accept that he has made an enormous mistake by sending them into a suicide mission and taking them from their loved ones. The artillery shell lands and explodes, killing all Thai soldiers as they valiantly jump out of the stairway and sprint to the building on their left for safety. The Thai soldiers tried desperately to fire back from the mountain top. Strong wind gusts blow down into the woods and directly at the Thai's base. It shocks an entirely of personnel there, even the NIA agent presence there who has rightly foresaw the conclusion. The brave troops below gather their spirits in readiness for the most trying moment they have faced up to that point. The field officer squeezed his fist firmly, filled with regret and enraged to exact revenge on his soldiers for their dauntlessness and bravery in carrying out his order to protect and serve their country. Even though the Thai soldiers had not caused any cracks when they fired the missile or grenade, he was optimistic that the Cambodian military would ensure the safety of the Temple of Preah Vihear and would not harm any of the architectural features. He eventually spits out the phrase, "They will pay for what they have done to our sons, and they will pay with lives and suffering," as his rage begins to take over his mind. He then makes a quick U-turn and heads back to the radio communication facility to place an order for an operation he plans to use to get revenge on his soldier. Before he turns on the transmitter to send his message to the main operating base, the NIA agent captures his hand expeditiously. "I know what you want to do, but I suggest you ponder your decision, major Kittithorn." He stares at the female operative face for a moment with the pressure that both sides release to threaten each other. "Yes, you are right. I can't turn down the regional stability and --" He speaks while walking around the operative before rapidly and strongly kicking her head. It makes her fall to the ground with unconsciousness. He spits out. "How do you guys think I can become the commander of this company. It's not linked back then anymore that the commander is weak. I warn the people in this room. I am the boss here." He then bents down to pick up the operative's cell phone and read the confidential information. He now communicates with the higher command. "SSK11 SSK11, This is SSK12" | "This is SSK11." | "Requesting all possible air support from the nearby airbase to strike at all clear ground targets around the Temple of Preah Vihear at 2000 break --- no target of presence on the temple ruin, out." After about a second, there is a message back to him. "Please repeat the request." He then repeats what he has said before getting replied. "We need higher clearance. Please affirm your clearance." He looks at the cell phone before turning back to the transmitter. "sndsetna5i9, sndsetna5i9." It takes almost ten seconds before his interlocutor speaks back. "Affirmative, over." The letters are shown on the cell phone screen disappear, leaving no evidence that they existed. At that moment, 15 F-16 AM Block 20 MLU and 7 F-16BM Block 20 MLU and the ground crew at the Ubon airbase start to prepare for a strike mission loadout for the aircraft. They can take off all of them within two times after the expansion of the facilities(Including the alert unit). Meanwhile, at the military base, the reconnaissance unit will perform the same mission as the UAV in post #96. They will get reinforcement from the Command Support Unit.

After the Command Support Unit at the main operating base in Sao Thong Chai received such a request from the communication with SSK12. They forward the message to the Ubon airbase. "UBNA1, UBNA1, this is SSK11." | "This is UBNA1." | "Requesting all possible air support to strike at all clear ground targets around the Temple of Preah Vihear at 2000 break --- no target of presence on the temple ruin, out." | "Sunny will standby for the mission, over." Immediately after the conversation ends, the 403rd Fighter Squadron turns to high alert and is ready to get deployed. The ground crew ran around the air base to arm the aircraft and assess their readiness. They start to move the Alert unit with the complement of 2 F-16 AM and 1 F-16 BM out of the newly renovated hangar while the others carry missiles, fuel tanks, ECM pods, and flares into the buildings. The crews will equip the other 22 aircraft with Strike mission loadout (In Aircraft armament: 6 × AGM-65G Maverick, SUU-42A/A Flares/Infrared decoys dispenser pod, and chaff pod, AN/ALQ-131 & AN/ALQ-184 ECM pods on the centerline, and 600 US gallon Sargent Fletcher drop tanks). The Alert unit can always deploy in less than five minutes if the air search air radar detects any Cambodian aircraft(The ground crews always equip them with Intercept mission loadout: 6 × AIM-120C AMRAAM, SUU-42A/A, Flares/Infrared decoys dispenser pod, and chaff pod, AN/ALQ-131 & AN/ALQ-184 ECM pods on the centerline, 600 US gallon Sargent Fletcher drop tanks).

When the time reaches 1940, the Ubon airbase will get busied again because many air force personnel have standby there for the upcoming mission. The Alert unit will be the first to take off from the airstrip, taking only two minutes as the crew has already brought them outside the hangar, and they fly around the airbase waiting for the others. The next in line is 8 F-16 AM and 3 F-16 BM. They will line up on the runway before heading toward taking off at 1947. They will then group up with the Alert unit and fly directly to the Temple of Preah Vihear while the Alert unit leads them. The others 7/4 F-16 AM/BM will take off at 1951. They all fly at a cruise speed of 577 mph or 928.5 km/h at 9000 meters from sea level. When they reach around 14°29'53.5"N 104°42'50.9"E, the Alert unit will give way to the other aircraft by head right, left, and up(180 degrees). The first squadron will fire all 6 of their AGM-65G Maverick at the area around the Temple of Preah Vihear where the Cambodian forces station(not the temple; should have no missiles fly at the temple). The total of 66 worth of 300 lb warhead is heading toward the soldier, vehicle, and facilities not near the temple at 1,150 km/h. It will reach the ground and explode at the target in less than 20 seconds, and the following squadron will perform the same while the Alert unit guards them. They will all return to base after that moment.

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Somewhere in Phuket

A man knocks on the door. "I have tragic news for you, Mr. Prime Minister," Following that, the guy hears a chair being moved and a footstep. After then, the prime minister opens the door. "What exactly is it?" Then he starts to whisper in his ear. "We must convene an urgent meeting." He quickly arranges his luggage inside his room. "How is this possible?"

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As the Cambodians watched 130mm shells crash down, they let out a cheer, before returning to their positions and training their weapons on the destroyed building below. As a man, his leg crippled, attempted to limp out of the collapsed structure, a volley of shots dropped him in an instant. Besides those on watch, most of the Gendarmerie were in high spirits, even after having to recover the bodies of their fallen comrades and towing away the scorched scout car. The bodies were carried down the staircase and loaded onto pickup trucks before being shipped back to their families. Photographs of the bodies are taken and sent out to media agencies, alongside pictures of the soldiers from before their deaths. Detailed are their dates of birth, history, and other details that help attach their identities to their deaths.

Not too long after, the Gendarmerie would look up to the skies as jets streaked by, their engines roaring, trying their best to record the event. There were few Gendarmerie near the temple but not inside of it, consisting only of those guarding access roads and major nearby roads. In addition, most of these vehicles would be idle and not turned on for days, as well as entirely under tree cover. The thermally targeting anti-tank missiles would have a lot of trouble trying to lock onto the faint signatures, but considering there would be maybe 24 vehicles outside of the temples limits, it could be assumed that because of the quantity aircraft buzzing overhead that about 18 of the scout cars would be successfully targeted and destroyed. Most of these were at the entrances to access roads or on the highway border. Those tucked away deeper in the jungled back entrance roads would be mostly safe, considering how difficult it would be to spot them let alone get a lock on them. All of these missiles require lock on prior to firing, and are fully autonomous after firing, meaning they can only be used to target vehicles in this instance, without any structures to target. It is also possible that the missiles could target the empty transport trucks of the Gendarmerie, destroying about 48 of those. If this was repeated it is also probable that another 66 transport vehicles could be destroyed. The total loss of manpower would be 72 crewmen. After the airstrikes has subsided, photographs and videos would be taken of the wreckage, and sent back to media sources. The S-125 SAM systems accompanying the 1st division would go on high alert, incase another attack was to come and they were discovered.

The Gendarmerie commander would, after reporting back to his superior officers, attempt to contact the Australian ambassador who had recently visited.

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The Prime Minister would respond on the phone call.

"Yes I've heard about the situation at Preah Vihear, this is unprecedented. Having had conversations with the Thai Prime Minister and seeing the situation unfold we can only feel like that the perpetrator of this entire situation is Thailand. We don't want a war in South East Asia, we don't care why somebody starts a war, the fact they started it without seeing a diplomatic solution means they're already off on a bad footing with us. It's just more work for myself when I could be focusing on other matters of domestic or international importance. I don't want to go back to Indochina, nobody does. But you have my government's full support short of military intervention. What's the situation on the ground currently?"

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The Cambodian Prime Minister would respond in short order.

"An incursion of about 30 Thai soldiers recently attacked us in the afternoon, killing four of our own on watch and destroying an armored vehicle. They fired first, across the border into Cambodia and on the temple grounds, using grenades and ATGMs. Using our present deterrent forces, we pushed back the attack and killed all of the attackers. Shortly afterward, more than two dozen Thai aircraft crossed into our airspace. They dropped over 100 guided missiles into the vicinity around the Temple, destroying 18 armored cars and 72 crew with them, as well as over 100 uncrewed transports. Currently, we have close to 900 Gendarmeries stationed in the temple and very fearful for their lives, as well as about 10,000 men stationed 3 miles away and on standby following the first incursion. They have several SAM systems but shied away from targeting the Thai jets considering that as far as we know they have yet to be spotted. The situation is rapidly deteriorating, however, and the Thai seem like all their command is made up of raving madmen who don't have any respect for common law. They could do anything from here, and we need to be prepared. Unfortunately, our divisions are poorly armed, with little more than 10 artillery pieces and 50 tanks per 10,000-man division. If needed, we can share the compositions of our army for your review and consideration. (Post #4)

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For storyline development, turn relinquished to Owen and Kelly the Mad

9th November 2000, 16:30 | NIA Headquarters, Bangkok

"Why no report back yet?" A sound man asks into the room full of busied people looking and performing on the screen, analyzing the situation of the Temple of Preah Vihear standoff from the CCTV camera that appears to be the area around the military base. "The last time we could contact her was 24 minutes ago. It was before her signal went off from our screen." Another female personnel answers back to him. The man walks to the long desk where many operational reporters share their workplace. He steps toward one of the personnel before looking down at his screen. "Are you sure you have a check at every area we have access to the camera?" The personnel then changes the camera view back to the same point, and the large screen on the room's wall shows the soldiers on the military base still on high alert. "She wouldn't turn off the tracking device unless it got destroyed." He focuses on contemplating the possibilities of what has happened. In the meantime, he accidentally caught a glimpse of the CCTV footage about half an hour ago. It makes him shocked about what he thinks can be possible. He then rushes out of the room to the internal security department.

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"Are we close yet?" A sound of a man whispering in the dimly lit forest with little moonlight. "We have about 100 meters left. Keep a low profile and discrete." A group of soldiers in combat suits stalk around from tree to tree with cover from the tall grass everywhere. "Lie down." They slowly crawl to where they can hear the sound of life after slowly bending their body to the ground and placing their gun in front of them. They are not there in a peaceful manner. They are drawing nearer and nearer to the military installation on the lower level of the Temple of Preah Vihear. They are experiencing bright light, indicating that they have reached their destination. Around each tree, they conceal themselves in sizable bushes shrouded in tall grass. When they are finally in position, a man pulls out a camera from their suit and begins to record and take pictures of everything in front of them. In the middle of the night, ten military personnel are still awake. They believe them to be a nighttime patrol unit. The soldiers disperse throughout the military installation surrounding, communicating with one another via radio equipment worn in their earpieces. They gradually cover every viewpoint they can access without entering the base and exposing their covert presence. They begin to communicate the lists and locations of the military personnel patrol unit, designating them as marked for attack. They get their silencer ready while they wait for the moment when everyone is traveling in their direction. Bullets apace shot out of the forest, piercing the targets' hearts in a second. Without realizing their body got blasted, the soldier collapses to the ground. With their guns aimed in all directions, the soldiers slowly take over the military installation. They huddle close to the military camp of slumbering soldiers or lean against a building. They assemble at the commander's lodging and get ready to kill the target before breaking the lock. With the help of their night vision goggles, they enter the building quietly and quickly make their way to the front of the bedroom. The entire structure explodes as they cautiously open the room's door, sending shockwaves throughout the vast space.

"Team Alpha is no more. We'll stay in touch with the 12th Infantry Division personnel on deployment."
 

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"Huff, huff." the sound of a man panting while running along a dark route in woodland while wearing a bulky outfit. A loud explosion occurs at that very time behind his back, sending a shockwave that ignites a scorching fire that shines brightly across the night. The man keeps moving along the trail as the sounds of chaos and chatter fill his behind before turning into the sounds of gunfire. He sprints for another minute before the noise quietens and dulls, and he begins to tumble to the ground. He was about to hit the rock when someone quickly reached out and grabbed his body to prevent injuries. Although he can't fully comprehend what happens around him, he can hear the sound of engines and the voices of various individuals. He only knows that if he keeps going in this direction, he will eventually reach a road and get assistance. Someone is carrying him somewhere, and he can understand a conversation from time to time. "Team Alpha is no more. We'll stay in touch with the 12th Infantry Division personnel on deployment." He is just able to hear it before becoming lightheaded and dozing off after being set down. The enigmatic group then divides into two, with one taking care of the same man and the other moving closer to the scene of the tragedy. A squad of 12 men walks to the opposite side of where the escaped man runs from an explosion. They are in combat uniform with the official emblem of a disbanded battalion that served in the Battle of Vientiane on their shoulder. The troops are already preparing hospitality for them by threatening them with gunfire as they draw near the military base. Since the battle has made them sufficiently terrified of dying, they don't appear to be afraid to keep walking. "If you don't fire them first, no soldier has a ball to shoot at you." The soldier eventually acknowledges that they arrived in peace and lacked any clear signs of danger. A veteran approaches the 30 soldiers who have just managed to survive the fighting, noting that the military base has dead bodies. "Listen, you guys are in a serious pickle. I can't tell what happened because there might be snipers everywhere, especially when we know that NIA is also the player. Everyone in front of me has an equal choice, and there are two. First, you guys come with us, and we promise to tell you what happened. Or, second, wait here until another team of soldiers that have been to real war to come and capture you, and the NIA will tell you what happened one by one during the interrogation."

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As soon as the 12th Infantry Division soldiers under NIA directing had engaged with the deployed personnel that night, its headquarters immediately recalled some of their active duty back to Fort Sappasitthi Prasong in Ubon Ratchathani. The commander rallied 3,360 soldiers from their responsibility area to prepare themselves for a new deployment. As they gather at the Fort, the 2nd Army Command Unit will transport them to the Main operating base in Sao Thong Chai along with equipment. They will arrive at the Main Operating Base in less than 2 hours. They will establish an installation outside the village.
  • 121st Infantry Regiment [3,000] with BMP-3*7, BTR-90*15, GAZ Tigr*82, Land Rover Wolf WMIK*36, and GAZ Vodnik*3
  • 12th Combat Engineer Battalion [90] with IMR-2*3, BREM-1*3, GAZ Vodnik*3
  • 12th Signal Battalion [90] with GAZ Vodnik*3
  • 12th Combat Medical Battalion [90] with GAZ Vodnik*3
  • 12th Reconnaissance Patrol Company [90] with GAZ Vodnik*3 and an IAI Searcher 2

Kelly the Mad
I see on discord that you are going on leave. Have a good holiday or great time during that period!
 

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To: <The Government of Cambodia>

From: <CAMAMB@mfa.mail.go.th>

Subject: Request for the withdrawal of Cambodian forces from the Temple of Preah Vihear

Security Type: High Secure Encrypted Method - Protect by NIA Counter-Intelligence Service - The decryption process is sent seperate through fax



To the government of Cambodia,

I am the official Thai ambassador to the Kingdom of Cambodia. I've always had a soft spot in my heart for Cambodia, and I've been working in this field since 1994. I find it disappointing that Preah Vihear temple has become a point of contention and that relations between Thailand and Cambodia have deteriorated. When we consider who originally built the temple, we can see Cambodia erected it. It's frustrating that the French colonialization's border committee didn't provide a real expert to draw a boundary. We have been arguing about the sovereignty of the temple area for this reason. I can confirm that the Thai Foreign Ministry supports Cambodia's aim of maintaining peace in Southeast Asia by mediating between Cambodia and Thailand. The police investigator established, with the aid of an NIA detective, that the field commander who ordered the airstrike and engagement lacked proper authorization. The Thai government wishes to express regret for its inability to prevent the tragedy.

The Thai government demanded that until the International Court of Justice ruling, Cambodia must withdraw all of its soldiers from the Temple of Preah Vihear. If Cambodia fails to comply with the request, the Thai government will be forced to consider real military action in retaliation. Please don't complicate this any further.

Sincerely
Panyarak Poolthup
Thai ambassador to Cambodia
Republic of Thailand


As soon as the ambassador has sent the message to the government of Cambodia, the deployed personnel will be on high alert and on standby for their engagement to extrude the Cambodian forces from the Temple of Preah Vihear. They will install explosive reactive armor to the BMP-3 and BTR-90 and supplementary armor plates for the GAZ Tiger and GAZ Vodnik that can withstand 7.62 mm caliber. They will cover the Land Rover Wolf WMIK with brushes, and all these mobility vehicles have heavy machine guns mounted(including Gaz Tigr and Vodnik.) Each soldier will receive their standard loadout, which includes most of the SOPMOD kit they had used in training. They will begin their movement when three days have passed if Cambodia has not answered.

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Scenario for What if Cambodia hasn't responded to Thailand's demand


Visualization of an offensive plan​

The Thai forces will start their way into the starting position as in the plan at 1300, the hottest of time day. They should be fully rested and prepared for the fight with the Cambodian side, as this is their first larger mission, but they also have the same training standard as others in the army. It should take them around 30 minutes to go there and prepare to strike at 1400 while the transport corp can carry the whole regiment at once. The motorized and mechanized infantry of 1,409 soldiers and their vehicle offense from the right flank by spearhead into Cambodia (They can drive up and ascend the surface as it is not much of a slope.) At the same time, 1,941 soldiers will also strike from the other flank and side, from every direction as they climb up the hill and rush into the temple of Preah Vihear with the support of 10 mortars. The light machine gun from several squads and the mounted heavy machine gun should do the support fire to cover their fellow soldiers' advance. Their objective is to get rid of the Cambodian forces from the temple before vice versa. The nearby airbases are on high alert.

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