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[CONFLICT]Operation Hanging Gardens

2016.08.24 13:41 pm_me_dat_punani [CONFLICT]Operation Hanging Gardens

Assets involved

Italy will commit in the Air:
Stealth:
Standard:
Italy will commit in the Sea:

Royal Hellenic Army.

Designation Classification Quantity Notes
M270B1 MRLS 18 102 MGM-140 ATACMS cruise missiles between them.
  • The Royal Hellenic Army shall launch its stock of MGM-140 ATACMs cruise missiels from positions on Crete and Gavdos Island against targets and positions on the Northen Egyptian coast.

Royal Hellenic Air Force

Air Base Squadron Aircraft Aircraft Quantity Role
Tanagra Air Base 331st All Weather Squadron "Theseus" Eurofighter Typhoon Tranche 3B 30 Perform Combat Air Patrols, Quick Reaction Alerts and general Combat Operations over Crete and the Aegean Sea.
Tanagra Air Base 332nd All Weather Squadron "Falcon" Eurofighter Typhoon Tranche 3B 30 Perform Combat Air Patrols, Quick Reaction Alerts and general Combat Operations over Crete and the Aegean Sea.
[Elefsis Airport 332nd Interception Squadron "Ajax" Eurofighter Typhoon Tranche 3B 30 Take over from 331st Squadron once they start returning to base.
Tatoi Airport 340th Interception Squadron "Nike" Eurofighter Typhoon Tranche 3B 30 Take over from 332nd Squadron once they start returning to base.
Kastelli Airport 133th Combat Group F-16V Fighting Falcon 18 Combat Operations over Crete
Tripoli Airport 336th Bomber Squadron "Olympus" Lockheed Martin F-35A Lightning II 30 Participate in bombing raids on on the Northen Coast of Egypt on internal fuel. Perform a mid-air fefueling operation on the return journey to Greece if necessary and if the latter is not possible land at Souda Bay Air Base or Kastelli Airport
Elefsis Airport 380th AEW&C Squadron "Uranus" Embraer E-145H Erieye 12 Perform Aereal Early Warning & Control Operations over the battlespace
Andravida Air Base 390th Aereal Refueling Squadron "Hera" Airbus A400M Atlas modified for Aereal Refueling 13 Provide aerel refueling for returning F-35A aircraft aswell as wider coalition air assets
Maleme Airport 391sh Aereal Refueling Squadron "Aphrodite" KC-135 Stratotanker 12 Provide aereal refueling for coalition air assets and provide aereal refueling for returning F-35A aircraft should the Airbus A400M Atlas aircraft not be available
Araxos Air Base 353th Maritime Patrol Squadron "Poseidon" Boeing P-8H Poseidon 24 Provide maritime patrol and surveilance between Sicily and Cyprus for the coalition.
  • The Royal Hellenic Air Force's main objectives are to provide air cover from the Egyptian Air Force for allied fleets and for the Island of Crete. By implementing a rotation system at least 60 Eurofighter Typhoons shall be in the air over Crete at any given moment.
  • Greek F-35As shall take advantage of their stealth and participate in bombing Egyptian air defense, anti-ship, cruise missiles and other lethal systems. Depending on how much fuel they have left they will either refuel in mid air, divert to Israel or Cyprus (UK sovereign bases) or land at an Souda Bay Air Base on Crete which have been earmarked for the US.
  • The RHAF shall strive to provide a large degree of aereal refueling for the coalition air force.

Royal Hellenic Navy.

First Squadron.

  • Based out of Salamis Naval Base.
Class Ships Missile Armament Per ship Notes
Kimon-class AAW Destroyer RHNS Kimon, RHNS Neachos 8x Perseus ASM and supersonic cruise missiles, 48x Aster 30 Block 2 missiles, 16x quadpacked CAMM-ER missiles (64 total) 1x torpedo, Sea Venom or Martlet missile-armed NH90 per ship
Sfendoni-class Multipurpose Frigate RHNS Sfendoni, RHNS Nafkatrousa, RHNS Aspis, RHNS Lonchi, RHNS Thyella, RHNS Navarinon 8x Perseus ASM and supersonic cruise missiles, 24x SCALP Naval cruise missiles, 16x Aster 30 Block 2 missiles, 8x quadpacked CAMM-ER missiles (32 total) 2x torpedo, Sea Venom or Martlet missile-armed NH90s per ship
Papanikolis-class Submarine RHNS Papanikolis, RHNS Pipinos, RHNS Matrozos, RHNS Katzonis 533mm torpedoes, IDAS missiles
Arethousa-class Replenishment Ship RHNS Arethousa - Refueling At Sea operations

Second Squadron.

  • Based out of Souda Bay Naval Base.
Class Ships Missile Armament Per Ship Notes
Kimon-class AAW Destroyer RHNS Formion, RHNS Thermistocles 8x Perseus ASM and hypersonic cruise missiles, 48x Aster 30 Block 2 missiles, 16x quadpacked CAMM-ER missiles (64 total) 1x torpedo, Sea Venom or Martlet missile-armed NH90 per ship
Sfendoni-class Multipurpos Frigates RHNS Miaoulis, RHNS Kountouriotis, RHNS Sachtoris, RHNS Tombazis, RHNS Apostolis, RHNS Kriezis 8x Perseus ASM and supersonic cruise missiles, 24x SCALP Naval cruise missiles, 16x Aster 30 missiles, 8x quadpacked CAMM-ER missiles (32 total) 2x torpedo, Sea Venom or Martlet missile-armed NH90s per ship
Papanikolis-class Submarine RHNS Argonaftis, RHNS Delfin, RHNS Triaina, RHNS Xifas 533mm torpedoes, IDAS missiles
Arethousa-class Replenishment Ship RHNS Ariadne Replenishment At Sea

Third Squadron.

  • Based out of Salamis Naval Base.
Class Ships Missile Armament Per Ship Notes
Aetos-class Corvette RHNS Aethos, RHNS Lerax, RHNS Leon, RHNS Panthir 8x Perseus ASM and hypersonic cruise missiles, 8x SCALP Naval cruise missiles, 8x Aster 30 Block 2 missiles, 8x quadpacked CAMM-ER missiles (32 total) 1x torpedo, Sea Venom or Martlet missile-armed NH90
Hydra-class frigates RHNS Hydra, RHNS Spetsai 8x Harpoon ASMs, 32x RIM-162 ESSM

Fourth Squadron.

  • Based out of Souda Bay Naval Base.
Class Ships Missile Armament Per Ship Notes
Aetos-class Corvette RHNS Vasilefs Georgios., RHNS Vasilefs Konstantinos, RHNS Vasilissa Olga, RHNS Vasilissa Sofia 8x Perseus ASM and hypersonic cruise missiles, 8x SCALP Naval cruise missiles, 8x Aster 30 Block 2 missiles, 8x quadpacked CAMM-ER missiles (32 total) 1x torpedo, Sea Venom or Martlet missile-armed NH90
Hydra-class frigates RHNS Psara,, RHNS Salamis 8x Harpoon ASMs, 32x RIM-162 ESSM

Fifth Squadron.

  • Based out of Souda Bay Naval Base.
Class Ships Armament Notes
Papanikolis-class Submarine RHNS Amfrititi, RHNS Poseidon, RHNS Nirefs, RHNS Protefs 533mm torpedoes, IDAS missiles
  • First and Second Squadron will group up with the Italian Nay's ships to form a combined fleet, Their main task is to protect the combined fleet and to launch SCALP Naval cruise missiles up to 1,400 kilometers into Egyptian territory targeting SAM siites, TELs, ballistic mimssile sites, ASM sites, army, navy and air bases and other military targets. The Perseus missile may also be used to attack shore targets if deemed necessary.
  • Third and Fourth Squadron are tasked with performing sea-denial operations in Greek waters and the Greek SEZ. They are equiped and authorized to engage Egyptian surface and subsurface threats. Furthermroe they are also equiped with SCALP Naval Cruise missiles to attack targets in Egypt similair to the First and Second Squadrons.
  • The Fifth Squadron is tasked with patrolling the waters between Crete, Israel and Cyprus and engage any Egyptian warship it encounters. To defend itself fro maereal threats it's submariens are equiped with the IDAS missile), as are all other RHN submarines.
  • 20 MM-40 Exocet Block 3 mobile launchers will be stationed on Crete, Gavdos Island and other Greek islands. They shall have 252 missiles at their disposal and engage any Egyptian warships which come in range.
  • The RHN shall keep her fleet of Fast Attack Craft, Mine Countermeassure Vessels and other warships in reserves to be called upon at a later date if needed.
  • All 127mm guns are armed with VULCANO ammunition for attacking targets over a distance of up to 120 kilometers and all 76mm guns are armed with Strales/Davide ammunition to engage targets at a distance of up to 40 kilometers.

Air Defense.

Site System Launchers Notes
Southen Greece THAAD 9 launchers 10 batteries total. Controlled by USAF personnel.
Salamis Naval Base Eurosam SAMP/T 6
Souda Bay Naval Base Eurosam SAMP/T 6
Andravida Air Base Eurosam SAMP/T 6
Araxos Air Base Eurosam SAMP/T 6
Elefsis Military Airport Eurosam SAMP/T 6
Tanagra Air Base Eurosam SAMP/T 6
Tatoi Military Airport Eurosam SAMP/T 6
Larisa Military Airport Eurosam SAMP/T 6
Souda Bay Air Base Eurosam SAMP/T 6
Tripoli Military Airport) Eurosam SAMP/T 6
Kastelli Military Airport Eurosam SAMP/T 6
Tympaki Military Airport Eurosam SAMP/T 6
Thessaloníki International Airport / Mikra Air Base Eurosam SAMP/T 6
Heraklion S-300VM4 8
Crete TOR-M!-2U 4 6 batteries + one sole launcher scattered around the Island
Palaiochora S-400) 8
Plakias S-400 8
Tympaki Military Airport S-400 8
Pyrgos S-400 8
Kastelli Airport S-400 8
Lerapetra S-400 8
Kissamos Arrow 2 6
Chania Arrow 2 6
Rethymmo Arrow 2 6
Heraklion Arrow 2 6
Agios Nikolaos Arrow 2 6
Sitia Arrow 2 6
Rhodes-Maritsa Military Airport MEADS 6
Karpathos Island MEADS 6
Maleme Military Airport MEADS 6
Gavdos Island MEADS 6
Kythira Island MEADS 6
Santorini Island MEADS 6
Naxos Island MEADS 6
Kos Island MEADS 6
Nafplio MEADS 6
Kalamata MEADS 6
Zakynthos MEADS 6
Lefkada MEADS 6
Keratea MIN-104 Patriot PAC-3 16
Skyros MIN-104 Patriot PAC-3 16
Thessaloníki MIN-104 Patriot PAC-3 16
Tymbaki MIN-104 Patriot PAC-3 16
Sideros MIN-104 Patriot PAC-3 16
Tanagra MIN-104 Patriot PAC-3 16
Volos MIN-104 Patriot PAC-3 16
Kalabaka MIN-104 Patriot PAC-3 16
Xanthi MIN-104 Patriot PAC-3 16
Alexandroupolis MIN-104 Patriot PAC-3 16
Lesvos Island MIN-104 Patriot PAC-3 16
Samos Island MIN-104 Patriot PAC-3 16
Dodecanese Islands SA-8 Gecko 4 10 batteries spread out across the archipelago
Nationwide Deployments
  • The Royal Hellenic Armed Force's cross-branch air defense network will be deployed in full to protect important cities and other strategic locations in Greece. The tiered system's aims is to destroy any aircraft and especially ballistic missiles before they reach the Greek Mainland. The air defense assets are authorized to engage all Egyptian military aircraft, missile and other aerial threats upon first spotting them. If in range air defense assets are also to engage aerial threats engaging coalition ships

Radar and Observation.

Site Type of Radar Notes
NATO Integrated Air Defense System Sites Lockheed-Martin AN/FPS-117 AESA Radar At least one radar at every remtoe radar station and most likely more throughout the network.
Crete Stentor Groound Surveilance Radar 10 radars
Crete Decca D-110 Radar System
Greek Islands Bor-A550 Ground and Coastal Surveilance Radar 40 radars
Greek Islands MARGOT XXL Camera-Observation System 20 systems
  • The Royal Hellenic Armed Force's extensive radar and surveillance network will be used to actively monitor Egyptian air, missile, naval and other threats and to rapidly organize responses against them. All data will be shared with coalition partners and other NATO/EU states should the situation be deemed a threat to them. Operations will be handled from the various Area Control Centers and will be subordinated by

Israel will send

50 F-35 (25 in reserve)
20 F-3
300 Perseus Missiles (100 in reserve)
Conventional (Join for Phase 2):
F-15E 20
F-16 300
IAI Eitan 45
IAI Herop 40
Elbit Hermes 900 50
Elbit Hermes 450 50
IAIHarop 71
KC-46 3
Naval:
Sa'ar 5-Class 3
Sa'ar 4.5-Class 8
Dolphin Class Submarine 3
Sa'ar 72 Class Corvette 3
Sa'ar 6-Class Corvette 7
Canada will contribute the following:
  • HMCS St.Johns (Maple Class)
  • HMCS Charlottetown (Maple Class)
  • HMCS Windsor II (Fox Class AIP Hunter-Killer)
  • HMCS Corner Brook II (Fox Class AIP Hunter-Killer)
  • 25 CF-23 Aircraft (Gripen NG)

Germany will commit:

  • 80 Eurofighter Tycoon's
  • 60 Panavia Tornado
  • 2 Type 212 attack submarines
  • 1 Sachsen-class destroyers
  • 3 Braunschweig-class corvettes

The United States will commit

Planes

Three Fighter wings each composed of:
Name Type Number Loadout Link
KC-10A Aerial Refueler 2 Default Here
A-10C Attack 10 Default Here
F-16 Multirole 10 Default Here
F-15 Fighter 10 Default Here
F-22A Fighter 10 Default Here
F-35A Multirole 10 Default Here
E-3 AWACS 2 Default Here
E-4B EW 2 Default Here
Two Bomber wings each composed of:
Name Type Number Loadout Link
KC-135 Aerial Refueler 2 Default Here
B-1B Lancer Bomber 5 Default Here
B-2A Spirit Bomber 3 Default Here
B-52H Bomber 5 Default Here
E-3 AWACS 2 Default Here
50 RQ-170 Sentinels

Ships

2 CSGs in the Med and 2 CSGs in the Red Sea. Each with:
Type Class Number Loadout Link
Carrier Nimitz 1 Default Here
Carrier GRF 1 Default Here
Cruiser Ticonderoga 2 Default Here
Destroyer Arleigh Burke F3 6 Default Here
Fast Frigate Independence Class 1 Default Here
Fast Frigate Freedom Class 1 Default Here
Avenger Mine Countermeasures ship 2 Default Here
Attack Submarine Virginia Class 2 Default Here
Attack Submarine Seawolf Class 1 Default Here
Ballistic Submarine Ohio Class 1 Default Here
Aircraft in each CSG:
Name Type Number Loadout Link
F/A 18E/F Multirole 15 Default Here
F-35C Multirole 30 Default Here
EA-18G EW 5 Default Here
E-2C/D AWACS 5 Default Here
M-60S Multi mission 8 Default Here
MH-60R Multi Mission 12 Default Here
C-2 Cargo 2 Default Here
MQ-8B Patrol 5 Default Here
All Forces will be resupplied by the US Military Sealift Command
Royal Navy
  • HMS Prince of Wales(Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carrier) - 35 x F-35B, 15 x Wildcat HMA2, 900 x Royal Marines
  • HMS Albion(Albion-class Amphibious transport dock) - 2 x Chinook HC Mk.6, 710 x Royal Marines, 15 x Viking, 52 x Jackal MWMIK
  • HMS Bulwark(Albion-class Amphibious transport dock) - 2 x Chinook HC Mk.6, 710 x Royal Marines, 15 x Viking, 52 x Jackal MWMIK
  • HMS London(Amphibious Assault Ship) - 2 x F-35B, 10 x Chinook HC Mk.6, 18 x Merlin HM2, 1,200 Royal Marines, 20 x Viking, 45 x Ajax, 45 x FV4034 Challenger 2 CILDV
  • HMS Edinburgh(Amphibious Assault Ship) - 2 x F-35B, 10 x Chinook HC Mk.6, 18 x Merlin HM2, 1,200 Royal Marines, 20 x Viking, 45 x Ajax, 45 x Foxhound
  • HMS Cardiff(Amphibious Assault Ship) - 2 x F-35B, 10 x Chinook HC Mk.6, 18 x Merlin HM2, 1,200 Royal Marines,20 x Viking, 45 x Ajax,45 x FV4034 Challenger 2 CILDV
  • HMS Daring(Daring-class Destroyer) - 2 x Wildcat HMA2, 44 x Royal Maines
  • HMS Dragon(Daring-class Destroyer) - 2 x Wildcat HMA2, 44 x Royal Maines
  • HMS Defender(Daring-class Destroyer) - 2 x Wildcat HMA2, 44 x Royal Maines
  • HMS Diamond(Daring-class Destroyer) - 2 x Wildcat HMA2, 44 x Royal Maines
  • HMS Kent(Duke-class Frigate) - 1 x Merlin HM2, 20 x Royal Marines
  • HMS Iron Duke(Duke-class Frigate) - 1 x Merlin HM2, 20 x Royal Marines
  • HMS Westminster(Duke-class Frigate) - 1 x Merlin HM2, 20 x Royal Marines
  • HMS Portland(Duke-class Frigate) - 1 x Merlin HM2, 20 x Royal Marines
  • HMS St Albans(Duke-class Frigate) - 1 x Merlin HM2, 20 x Royal Marines
  • HMS Richmond(Duke-class Frigate) - 1 x Merlin HM2, 20 x Royal Marines
  • HMS Sommerset(Duke-class Frigate) - 1 x Merlin HM2, 20 x Royal Marines
  • HMS Plymouth(Plymouth-class Frigate) - 1 x Wildcat HMA2, 90 x Royal Marines
  • HMS Portsmouth(Plymouth-class Frigate) - 1 x Wildcat HMA2, 90 x Royal Marines
  • HMS Great Yarmouth(Plymouth-class Frigate) - 1 x Wildcat HMA2, 90 x Royal Marines
  • HMS Ramsey(Sandown-class Minehunter)
  • HMS Blyth(Sandown-class Minehunter)
  • HMS Bangor(Sandown-class Minehunter)
  • HMS Shoreham(Sandown-class Minehunter)
  • HMS Enterprise(Echo-class survey ship)
  • HMS Echo(Echo-class survey ship)
  • HMS Astute(Astute-class Attack Submarine)
  • HMS Ambush(Astute-class Attack Submarine)
  • HMS Artful(Astute-class Attack Submarine)
  • HMS Anson(Astute-class Attack Submarine)
  • HMS Agamemnon(Astute-class Attack Submarine)
Royal Air Force RAF Akrotiri and possibly Israel
  • 5 x Boeing E-3D AEW1 Sentry
  • 4 x Boeing RC-135W R1 RIVET JOINT
  • 46 x F-35A
  • 66 x Eurofighter Typhoon FGR4
  • 18 x Airbus Voyager
  • 8 x B-1B Lancer
  • 10 x MQ-9 Reaper
  • 10 x BAE Taranis

Phase One

The first target in this operation will be the Egyptian surveillance system. RIM-161s from the Ticoderoga cruisers will be used to take out all Egyptian communications and military satellites using coalition resorces to locate them.
Using real time UAV and ground asset surveillance combined with satellite surveillance, Ship and Submarine launched cruise missiles including the US submarine packs and B-2A Spirit stealth bombers will target the following:
  • The nuclear, biological and chemical production and storage facilities
  • Coastal Defense batteries
  • Any anti air assets
  • Any missile launchers
  • Military communications hubs

Phase Two

After the 99% of the above assets are destroyed using long range missiles and stealth, all other bombers will then participate in mopping up the remnants. Their objective will be to break down any military capabilities of Egypt and to eliminate all ability of response by the Egyptian Army. UAVs will be deployed within Egypt to be able to be used alongside Intelligence, satellite and other data to seek out Egyptian armour and defence systems. Non-stealth aircraft will now also be used in ground attack missions to eliminate these targets. Phase 2 will be designed to clear the way for ground operations. We aim to eliminate at least 75% of Egypt’s armour and artillery and prevent any cohesive attack on the coalition forces. During these operations, a propaganda war will be waged (on social media and other platforms) to show the government as weak and try to establish an internal pro-West opposition based off the successes of the Arab Spring. There isn’t really much hope for this operation as the kind of organisation required is difficult in an authoritarian state such as Egypt. However, this should stir up the kind of feelings necessary to help the population start resisting the hated government.
Phase Two will also involve the Navies, led by the Carrier strike groups moving closer to Egypt and engaging any Egyptian vessels discovered in ports or in their way. Once close enough, air superiority missions from the carrier groups and land based aircraft will be run over Egypt's skies and interdiction missions carried out by strike aircraft against Egyptian columns and logistics dumps
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