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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  MWAURA on Wed Feb 26 2014, 18:11

Cycoh 'DUDUS' wrote:
MWAURA wrote: ...These are the guys who script the resource wars... Cycoh dudus,whenever you're ready!
The pretty truth, @Mwaura. And to a 'classified-extend', what we strive to eliminate as a black race.

Speaking of the Musa mosque saga, non local, but a long term tragedy to terminate the existence of Kenya by the West - Clearly steered by a down-right lack of several choices on the best way to rob Africa. Talk of a EAC Standby Force/Lapsset/Central corridor etc... & someone at Downing street is busy shitting. That's how they were left with only the Odd-school way of violencial cessesion of the Coast in the name of MRC. But comrades! Cesseding the whole Coast?? The joke of the century & if there is a MRC sympathiser on TEA, just apply for a Tanzanian Green-card or join those human rights busy-bodies - A clear indication that you might spend the rest of your life on the streets.

Legally the MRC isn't awful, but the Kenya Police lacks the Military's subtlety & ability to cleanly navigate a convoluted Society, crammed with a lot of "Super-Powered" Antagonistic interests. The West should know that the 'Emotional-Spectrum' of the common Kenyan is widening, too, capable of encompassing both bouyant mirth & heroic tragedys. A lot of Security players are being weighed in - Kanyotu's included. I sometimes 'like' the West. I 'like' their absurdic-mode-of-contact. I 'like' their incongruous use & misuse of "First-hand" powers, & I especially 'admire' the way they introduce all those political issues & lets them fight it out with the Innocent-Mercenaries' precious blood. There's little zest, less grace and, particularly in the Mombasa saga - No creative spark to ignite "The Imagination", bro.

The 'whole' of Kenyana may be less than the sum of its 'parts'. But some of its parts are NIFTY.

I thought so! So the local MRC sponsors are simply following the West agenda-thanks for confirming. However,I'm concerned about the presence of Blackwater in Kenya. As you know they're the private arm of the Anglo Jewish intel matrix giving the CIA OPS directorate plausible deniablity.
You already know my considered opinion on who did what at the Westgate-that's a Blackwater speciality along with their myriad pretenders;such false flags are their raison d'etre. Have their Kenya operations been approved?

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Kenya to send more troops to South Sudan Read more at: http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/?articleID=2000105585&story_title=kenya-to-send-more-troops-to-south-sudan/

Post  Olekoima on Fri Feb 28 2014, 16:16

Nairobi, Kenya: Kenya will send an additional 310 troops to South Sudan once a recommendation by the National Security Council (NSC) is approved by the National Assembly.
Read more at: http://www.standardmedia.co.ke/?articleID=2000105585&story_title=kenya-to-send-more-troops-to-south-sudan/

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  Cycoh 'DUDUS' on Fri Feb 28 2014, 19:06

Blackwater & the Prince guy is a one hot potatoe, Mwaura. Blackwater as a company is just what it is. The glee of its knowing preposterousness makes it easy to overlook its general mindless work of soul-less human slaughtering.

But there footprint here in Kenya will be pure specialised-civilian aviation. We have more than enough men behind him, incase they twist their mandate.
The Westgate maneno is another one hell of a fireball which can suffocate TEA in a week time. TEA got no ehough exhausts for the sacrifial-fire ardoned with Westgate. I actually kept off the topic, entirely.

@Mchoraji. Kenya has maintained a battalion-strong presence in S.Sudan before & after their independence in July 2011. A mutual MoU between the two states was choreographed immediately after Garang went down.

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  Kobooz on Fri Feb 28 2014, 22:45

Cycoh 'DUDUS' wrote:Blackwater & the Prince guy is a one hot potatoe, Mwaura. Blackwater as a company is just what it is. The glee of its knowing preposterousness makes it easy to overlook its general mindless work of soul-less human slaughtering.

But there footprint here in Kenya will be pure specialised-civilian aviation. We have more than enough men behind him, incase they twist their mandate.
The Westgate maneno is another one hell of a fireball which can suffocate TEA in a week time. TEA got no ehough exhausts for the sacrifial-fire ardoned with Westgate. I actually kept off the topic, entirely.

@Mchoraji. Kenya has maintained a battalion-strong presence in S.Sudan before & after their independence in July 2011. A mutual MoU between the two states was choreographed immediately after Garang went down.
@cyco this 'hot potato' must be handles as such, 'real hot potato' because this agents of destruction always come in ship skin! Look at how he targets a good strategy "local acquisition" probably from the knowledge that current regime is alert of ill motives frm the west. The aviation thing lingers around movements into where hydrocarbons are lying. its good you confirmed enough sniffers around him

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  Risasi on Sat Mar 01 2014, 14:12

timoh wrote:
Balozi wrote:
Balozi wrote:now that linda inchi is over can we discus some of the ops with out compromising essentials? or what do you think guys

why has every one gone quiet? you folks support my proposal or should we move on?
hell yea! too bad ON is not within


ok hope you guys are ready ....I will get one from an ops colleague

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  Cycoh 'DUDUS' on Mon Mar 03 2014, 09:32

Kobooz wrote:
Cycoh 'DUDUS' wrote:Blackwater & the Prince guy is a one hot potatoe, Mwaura. Blackwater as a company is just what it is. The glee of its knowing preposterousness makes it easy to overlook its general mindless work of soul-less human slaughtering.

But there footprint here in Kenya will be pure specialised-civilian aviation. We have more than enough men behind him, incase they twist their mandate.
The Westgate maneno is another one hell of a fireball which can suffocate TEA in a week time. TEA got no ehough exhausts for the sacrifial-fire ardoned with Westgate. I actually kept off the topic, entirely.

@Mchoraji. Kenya has maintained a battalion-strong presence in S.Sudan before & after their independence in July 2011. A mutual MoU between the two states was choreographed immediately after Garang went down.
@cyco this 'hot potato' must be handles as such, 'real hot potato' because this agents of destruction always come in ship skin! Look at how he targets a good strategy "local acquisition" probably from the knowledge that current regime is alert of ill motives frm the west. The aviation thing lingers around movements into where hydrocarbons are lying. its good you confirmed enough sniffers around him

Precisely, @Kobooz.

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Ethio Amisom

Post  jasiri on Mon Mar 03 2014, 09:46

I‘ve been following this AMISOM maneno unyo unyo and i noted one funny occurence. Al Shabab in general have a habit of fleeing or fighting in select battles when confronted by Kenyans and Ugandans but they show utter contempt for the Ethiopian forces. 8 out of 10 confrontations always result in fierce battles with the EPDF unlike the case with KDF & UPDF. Is it that the Ethiopians are tactically inferior or is it that they have no psychological advantage?

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  Cycoh 'DUDUS' on Mon Mar 03 2014, 10:14

jasiri wrote:I‘ve been following this AMISOM maneno unyo unyo and i noted one funny occurence. Al Shabab in general have a habit of fleeing or fighting in select battles when confronted by Kenyans and Ugandans but they show utter contempt for the Ethiopian forces. 8 out of 10 confrontations always result in fierce battles with the EPDF unlike the case with KDF & UPDF. Is it that the Ethiopians are tactically inferior or is it that they have no psychological advantage?

A very true & accurate observation, @Jasiri. IMO, I think it's the psychological part which might be responsible for their woes. You can also add more meat to your own opinion Bwana Jasiri.

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  Cycoh 'DUDUS' on Mon Mar 03 2014, 10:14

jasiri wrote:I‘ve been following this AMISOM maneno unyo unyo and i noted one funny occurence. Al Shabab in general have a habit of fleeing or fighting in select battles when confronted by Kenyans and Ugandans but they show utter contempt for the Ethiopian forces. 8 out of 10 confrontations always result in fierce battles with the EPDF unlike the case with KDF & UPDF. Is it that the Ethiopians are tactically inferior or is it that they have no psychological advantage?

A very true & accurate observation, @Jasiri. IMO, I think it's the psychological part which might be responsible for their woes. You can also add more meat to your own opinion Bwana Jasiri.

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KDF RANKS

Post  mchoraji on Mon Mar 03 2014, 12:02

Hi everyone.Have a question on KDF ranks, why are all the ranks in KDF za army? i.e I'd expect Gen (rtd) Kibwana who was from the Navy to have been an Admiral & the head of the Navy a two star general to be a Rear Admiral.
In the same way, I'd expect the CDF Gen. Karangi or Gen (rtd) Mohamoud Mohamed (though he had a KA background) to be an Air Chief Marshal while the KAF commander a two star Gen. would be a Air Vice Marshal.Why are things as they are?

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  jasiri on Mon Mar 03 2014, 12:10

Cycoh 'DUDUS' wrote:
jasiri wrote:I‘ve been following this AMISOM maneno unyo unyo and i noted one funny occurence. Al Shabab in general have a habit of fleeing or fighting in select battles when confronted by Kenyans and Ugandans but they show utter contempt for the Ethiopian forces. 8 out of 10 confrontations always result in fierce battles with the EPDF unlike the case with KDF & UPDF. Is it that the Ethiopians are tactically inferior or is it that they have no psychological advantage?

A very true & accurate observation, @Jasiri. IMO, I think it's the psychological part which might be responsible for their woes. You can also add more meat to your own opinion Bwana Jasiri.
Personaly i think these Somalis know that all things equal they are better than the Ethiopians. During the Ogaden war they very nearly annexed Ogaden & if not for the ineptitude of Barre they would have won (despite the massive help Ethiopia was getting). They later faced of during the ‘07 war and the Ethiopians were beaten back. Man to man, a Somali knows he is better than an Ethiopian equivalent. It doesnt help when the EPDF soldiers are dressed almost like the Al-Kebabs they are fighting. Tactically the Ethios just suck! How do militants drive a truck packed with exlosives into one of your bases and blow up? I for one believe the KDF know the EPDF adds no value to the war effort but they allow them anyway, to act as an advance force. They go in, take the bullets from fresh militants, KDF steps in later when the Kebabs are tired and finish the job. A bullet taken by an Ethiopian could have been a bullet taken by a Kenyan. This used to be RKM‘s job but they are now busy policing their new Jubbaland nation. #my 2 cents. Speaking of Somalis and Ethiopians, where did Barre Hirale dissapear to? This man has been very very quiet lately.

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  Cycoh 'DUDUS' on Mon Mar 03 2014, 14:32

My exact thoughts on the Scenario, Jasiri. The psychological constraints kills it. These Al sheytans are coherently arrogant to tell the truth. But again, how does arrogance build-up in general life? When you learn the weaknesses of your assailant. You'll be prudently arrogant to the bone! And that's the case between ENDF & the Somali militants. They (militants) simply view them as their step-brothers whose mother mutiny-ed from their Father. No hate lost nor Love found.

Baare Hiralle was a gentleman interested with taking over the Azania gov't. But through a blood shortcut without the knowledge that the Person capacitated enough to lead a ressurecting society, had been chosen. After falling out, he went to Mogandishu to use it to catapult him to the goal of his long-awaited ambitions, but to no avail. He went dark. He is an Ambitious man trying to build his empire from scratch.

No more surprises from this man.

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  Cycoh 'DUDUS' on Mon Mar 03 2014, 14:42

mchoraji wrote:Hi everyone.Have a question on KDF ranks, why are all the ranks in KDF za army? i.e I'd expect Gen (rtd) Kibwana who was from the Navy to have been an Admiral & the head of the Navy a two star general to be a Rear Admiral.
In the same way, I'd expect the CDF Gen. Karangi or Gen (rtd) Mohamoud Mohamed (though he had a KA background) to be an Air Chief Marshal while the KAF commander a two star Gen. would be a Air Vice Marshal.Why are things as they are?

@Mchoraji, I think the ranks depend on the size of the Military institution. Ranks like Marshal are too big for the Kenyan military. Until ours gets to such an adequate size.
More on Military ranks; http://wikipedia/org/wiki/Military_ranks

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  Risasi on Mon Mar 03 2014, 19:15

Sisal Makonge wrote:
Gallahad wrote:Well done @Risasi et al. We'll get Godane and Rubow, its just a matter of time.

http://the-star.co.ke/news/article-151055/al-qaeda-militia-chiefs-killed-kdf-attack#sthash.GXxARwBO.uxfs



I would also like to thank risasi and Co on the "good did". on a separate note isn't 50+ enemy KIA a large number? or is it a canning way of provoking the kebabs offical body count response?  Very Happy.....how does it feel to be doing business against the A.S from +1000 something feet.


apology for the late reply.. the body count did tally +/- that figure

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  Risasi on Mon Mar 03 2014, 19:41

Cycoh 'DUDUS' wrote:
mchoraji wrote:Hi everyone.Have a question on KDF ranks, why are all the ranks in KDF za army? i.e I'd expect Gen (rtd) Kibwana who was from the Navy to have been an Admiral & the head of the Navy a two star general to be a Rear Admiral.
In the same way, I'd expect the CDF Gen. Karangi or Gen (rtd) Mohamoud Mohamed (though he had a KA background) to be an Air Chief Marshal while the KAF commander a two star Gen. would be a Air Vice Marshal.Why are things as they are?

@Mchoraji, I think the ranks depend on the size of the Military institution. Ranks like Marshal are too big for the Kenyan military. Until ours gets to such an adequate size.
More on Military ranks; http://wikipedia/org/wiki/Military_ranks


Kenya armed forces standardize its ranking format in mid 60 when sister units/forces were being formed. inconsideration that the army was the force of the day, army chiefs called in the shots influencing the structure and  formation of the sister units/forces.

 based on the exposures of army offices back then (Kenya rifles) some ranks names were confusing to them i.e a Captain in army was a jnr office while in the Navy the rank name referred to senior office equivalent to a army Col.
a naval colonel was/is referred as a commander while in the army a commander referred to the the army chief. i.e the navy would have had a bulk of its officers referred to as commanders...heheheheh Commander Mjeshi mmoja  Very Happy ....


to avoid a seniority confusion in those day the ranks were standardised as per army names and were gazetted along with the units formed

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  mchoraji on Tue Mar 04 2014, 12:18

Risasi wrote:
to avoid a seniority confusion in those day the ranks were standardised as per army names and were gazetted along with the units formed

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Thanks Bulletman.Umejibu sawa sawa

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just came across this intresting article, any confirmation?

Post  mashaa on Wed Mar 05 2014, 04:04

http://www.defenseindustrydaily.com/russia-improving-its-mi-28-attack-helicopter-fleet-016257/

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  Olekoima on Wed Mar 05 2014, 18:35

mashaa wrote:http://www.defenseindustrydaily.com/russia-improving-its-mi-28-attack-helicopter-fleet-016257/
This tallies with reports posted elsewhere including the DefenceWeb.Com and even the Wikipedia.

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  jasiri on Thu Mar 06 2014, 17:34

Something has been bothering me about the Ukrainian arms shipments we received some times back. What are we possibly to do with 25 pieces of 2S7 Pion systems? what enemy would warrant attacks from a 203mm arty system? Its obvious they are not South Sudanese, otherwise by now we could have seen them. So what was the rationale behind these weapons?

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  Risasi on Sat Mar 08 2014, 10:54

Risasi wrote:
timoh wrote:
Balozi wrote:
Balozi wrote:now that linda inchi is over can we discus some of the ops with out compromising essentials? or what do you think guys

why has every one gone quiet? you folks support my proposal or should we move on?
hell yea! too bad ON is not within


ok hope you guys are ready ....I will get one from an ops colleague
As we had earlier agreed on, to discuss mission held up north, I therefore got/borrow a page from an Ops colleague on a low classified mission , its planning  to the finally excition. As we go thought the script let’s avoid in getting emotional and personally identifying or mentioning  similar scenarios or incident  that seem familiar or might have heard on social media networks , so let’s keep it as if it were a T.E.A discussion  a “normal” forum discussion. we will have Briefing and debriefing on each step of the mission.

I would also like to extend a hand to our neighboring and allied forces AMISOM esp.  aggressor 1, Spartan, Flying crane etc.


Do I have a thumbs up from all of you be I continue.


P/S
This is a once in a life time option to rate yourselves among  some KDF mission planners.  good luck safe discussion lets discuss.


Questions for me... before I procedure?

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  Gallahad on Sun Mar 09 2014, 08:38

Thumbs up @Risasi, with bated breath we wait...........

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  Balozi on Sun Mar 09 2014, 11:08

Risasi wrote:
Risasi wrote:
timoh wrote:
Balozi wrote:
Balozi wrote:now that linda inchi is over can we discus some of the ops with out compromising essentials? or what do you think guys

why has every one gone quiet? you folks support my proposal or should we move on?
hell yea! too bad ON is not within


ok hope you guys are ready ....I will get one from an ops colleague
As we had earlier agreed on, to discuss mission held up north, I therefore got/borrow a page from an Ops colleague on a low classified mission , its planning  to the finally excition. As we go thought the script let’s avoid in getting emotional and personally identifying or mentioning  similar scenarios or incident  that seem familiar or might have heard on social media networks , so let’s keep it as if it were a T.E.A discussion  a “normal” forum discussion. we will have Briefing and debriefing on each step of the mission.

I would also like to extend a hand to our neighboring and allied forces AMISOM esp.  aggressor 1, Spartan, Flying crane etc.


Do I have a thumbs up from all of you be I continue.


P/S
This is a once in a life time option to rate yourselves among  some KDF mission planners.  good luck safe discussion lets discuss.


Questions for me... before I procedure?


so how is it going to be .... I am a bit confessed ... I thought going to tell as about how the mission was done ??? how are we going to rate ourselves against kDf planners??

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  Olekoima on Sun Mar 09 2014, 17:34

Risasi wrote:
Risasi wrote:
timoh wrote:
Balozi wrote:
Balozi wrote:now that linda inchi is over can we discus some of the ops with out compromising essentials? or what do you think guys

why has every one gone quiet? you folks support my proposal or should we move on?
hell yea! too bad ON is not within


ok hope you guys are ready ....I will get one from an ops colleague
As we had earlier agreed on, to discuss mission held up north, I therefore got/borrow a page from an Ops colleague on a low classified mission , its planning  to the finally excition. As we go thought the script let’s avoid in getting emotional and personally identifying or mentioning  similar scenarios or incident  that seem familiar or might have heard on social media networks , so let’s keep it as if it were a T.E.A discussion  a “normal” forum discussion. we will have Briefing and debriefing on each step of the mission.

I would also like to extend a hand to our neighboring and allied forces AMISOM esp.  aggressor 1, Spartan, Flying crane etc.


Do I have a thumbs up from all of you be I continue.


P/S
This is a once in a life time option to rate yourselves among  some KDF mission planners.  good luck safe discussion lets discuss.


Questions for me... before I procedure?
Go a head Risasi, let's hear it.

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  Sisal Makonge on Sun Mar 09 2014, 17:41

Balozi wrote:
Risasi wrote:
Risasi wrote:
timoh wrote:
Balozi wrote:
Balozi wrote:now that linda inchi is over can we discus some of the ops with out compromising essentials? or what do you think guys

why has every one gone quiet? you folks support my proposal or should we move on?
hell yea! too bad ON is not within


ok hope you guys are ready ....I will get one from an ops colleague
As we had earlier agreed on, to discuss mission held up north, I therefore got/borrow a page from an Ops colleague on a low classified mission , its planning  to the finally excition. As we go thought the script let’s avoid in getting emotional and personally identifying or mentioning  similar scenarios or incident  that seem familiar or might have heard on social media networks , so let’s keep it as if it were a T.E.A discussion  a “normal” forum discussion. we will have Briefing and debriefing on each step of the mission.

I would also like to extend a hand to our neighboring and allied forces AMISOM esp.  aggressor 1, Spartan, Flying crane etc.


Do I have a thumbs up from all of you be I continue.


P/S
This is a once in a life time option to rate yourselves among  some KDF mission planners.  good luck safe discussion lets discuss.


Questions for me... before I procedure?


so how is it going to be .... I am a bit confessed ... I thought going to tell as about how the mission was done ??? how are we going to rate ourselves against kDf planners??

it seem to be a Green vs red ops

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  Risasi on Sun Mar 09 2014, 22:17

Sisal Makonge wrote:
Balozi wrote:
Risasi wrote:
Risasi wrote:
timoh wrote:
Balozi wrote:
Balozi wrote:now that linda inchi is over can we discus some of the ops with out compromising essentials? or what do you think guys

why has every one gone quiet? you folks support my proposal or should we move on?
hell yea! too bad ON is not within


ok hope you guys are ready ....I will get one from an ops colleague
As we had earlier agreed on, to discuss mission held up north, I therefore got/borrow a page from an Ops colleague on a low classified mission , its planning  to the finally excition. As we go thought the script let’s avoid in getting emotional and personally identifying or mentioning  similar scenarios or incident  that seem familiar or might have heard on social media networks , so let’s keep it as if it were a T.E.A discussion  a “normal” forum discussion. we will have Briefing and debriefing on each step of the mission.

I would also like to extend a hand to our neighboring and allied forces AMISOM esp.  aggressor 1, Spartan, Flying crane etc.


Do I have a thumbs up from all of you be I continue.


P/S
This is a once in a life time option to rate yourselves among  some KDF mission planners.  good luck safe discussion lets discuss.


Questions for me... before I procedure?


so how is it going to be .... I am a bit confessed ... I thought going to tell as about how the mission was done ??? how are we going to rate ourselves against kDf planners??

it seem to be a Green vs red ops


@balozi you will understand more as the discussion goes by.

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  Risasi on Sun Mar 09 2014, 23:04

Ok gentlemen let’s get to what we have all been waiting for:
Combat ops and self-evaluation.
 It’s going to feel like a classroom session, take it lightly its a discussion, the important part is your inputs/ contribution will elevate the discussion to a higher complex and interesting angles in the thick of the event. They are no silly answers or suggestions so let’s all contribute. Read carefully

Mission call sign:  Man Down.
The mission involves planting of a Dead body in KDF uniform in line with an AS ambush.

Objective
To plant false information among the AS ranks on an upcoming onslaught/invasion of Chai town.

Procedure
A dead body in KDF uniform will be left with our forces after a brief fire exchange with the enemy force.

Additional info.
 recce force are observing the enemy to  direct our force on best place for a fire exchange. After the fire exchange i.e. a KDF retreat it should seem to the AS that some KDF soldiers were injured and couple or so dead. Among the dead is a soldier with virtual information/document on a recce mission; pictures of roads, AS posts, notes, river crossing, i.e a supposed “scouting ops” before the well waited (+4months) siege on Chai town.

We want the AS to obtain this info on the dead body as its DECIEVING and its a curved ball for the real invasion on Chai town.
Again I stress for clarification the info on the dead soldier is all false meant for the AS in order to divert the AS line of thought.

As men of the desk your Initial task objective now before we proceed in executing the mission is to give ideas and advice on how:
Prepare a body as a Dead KDF before its left for either the AS or AS informant or goat herders to find it.

Your contribution gentlemen lets contribute.

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  jasiri on Mon Mar 10 2014, 00:50

Hehehe i love this one. Well this wont be pretty, war shouldn‘t be anyway. Challenge number one should be “borrowing“ a body from a person who was well fed in line with how a typical KDF soldier looks like. Prepare the body (shave karao style, cloth etc), get at least 2 A.K rounds in between the side armour plates where it always expected to be vunerable. I dunno how, but we will have to find an ingenious way of making ‘blood‘ seem to have come from those two wounds. Number 2, rank the uniform according to the sensitivity of the documents carried. You can‘t have a private carrying such a ‘treasure‘ of info. Observe rank and decorate the body accordingly. If its an officer with spec ops (most believable) then some personal jewelery to ‘betray‘ his taste should be in order. Maybe a Casio Edifice watch (not too expe or cheap). If officers wear cotton underwear give him one. In short, be meticulous. Place the body somewhere kando ya road, bushy kiasi so that it seems the rush to pull back genuinely made his comrades “overlook“ him kwa manyasi. Weapon with an odd number of rounds (3 burst will land u odd ;-) ), complete armour and comms, tags and bloody boots. Hope this suffices for now, im on a handheld so how much i can type is limited.

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  Sisal Makonge on Mon Mar 10 2014, 09:15

to add to the above some of our boys should be caring
 blood in those donation pint bags. it should stay fresh and when retreating should pour some here and there to depict injured personnel. my contribution.

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  Gallahad on Mon Mar 10 2014, 09:36

In addition, plant a packet of cigarettes, bank cards, mobile phone with family contacts etc and money all Kenyan. The noises you make after discovery and display of body by AS should sound genuine. Contacts on phone should be ready to answer if contacted. Make effort to recover body after observing retrieval by AS. Preparation and maneouvor for attack should be seen to be in line with documents planted.

This sounds like an operation in the second world war carried out by Johnny against the Germans. A body of a Major
was planted on a beach in south France with documents showing that the invasion was planned for the beaches of southern France.............

The thing is where do you get the body from? It probably has to be a genuine KDF body.

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Re: Kenya Defence Forces (KDF)

Post  jasiri on Mon Mar 10 2014, 11:24



The thing is where do you get the body from? It probably has to be a genuine KDF body.
Can't be a genuine KDF body. You do not throw away your warriors mister. Lets not get to where we get the body coz Amnesty Int might just jump on us hehehe...Ole Nkarei i can smell you   Very Happy  Very Happy  Very Happy

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