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helbent4
 GM, 2568 posts
 aka Tony
Sun 9 Aug 2015
at 08:36
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In reply to Taras Vladimirovich Shevchenko (msg # 81):

It was a little odd that there were some liquor bottles still behind the bar. Evidently either the HAs could afford to leave valuable spirits behind, they left in a hurry, or both. And of course no one was going to loot this place! There was a large refrigerator and freezer near the door. There currently was no power to the building, so anything in the refrigerator would have gone bad by now.

Going down the stairs in the rec room at the end of the house, they cleared the downstairs rooms. The layout was a kitchen in the rear of the building, then an open room that could be a small banquet hall or large dining room, washrooms, then the bar (through a door at the end of a short passage. Soon, they were back at the front foyer. Flames were licking up the walls, as spot fires had been ignited by the 76mm high explosive and were starting to spread.

Outside, Andy and Mac did not see anything. Abbott, waiting across the road, continued being alert despite the peacefulness of the day.
Taras Vladimirovich Shevchenko
 player, 1267 posts
 RCMP UBC Detachment
 Staff Sergeant
Sun 9 Aug 2015
at 17:57
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Let's get this out.

The Sgt. grabbed a blanket from the inside and started to hit vigorously the small flames.

We have to check the rest of the buildings!
Thomas Matthew Andrews
 player, 188 posts
 Fleet Protection Group RM
Mon 10 Aug 2015
at 21:54
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Thomas helped to deal with the small fires. Once they were out he asked: "Yes lets check everything and then we can go on from there. I don't think these gang types are ones to play fair and not shoot you in the back."

He then looked for the next likely building and prepared to continue the clearing process.
helbent4
 GM, 2570 posts
 aka Tony
Sun 16 Aug 2015
at 03:55
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In reply to Thomas Matthew Andrews (msg # 84):

Beating out the flames, the group made their way down the ground floor corridor.

It was the same layout, a central corridor with rooms off to each side. Mainly bedrooms, another office. Midway down, a doorway to a set of basement stairs. At the far end was another lounge/kitchen.
Kelsey Sarah Champlain
 player, 1571 posts
 3/CSR - DRI
 CF Sergeant
Sun 16 Aug 2015
at 07:20
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In reply to helbent4 (msg # 85):

"It ia like they cleared out in a bit of a hurry I think, stay with at least two man teams, minimum 5 minute check ins."
Taras Vladimirovich Shevchenko
 player, 1268 posts
 RCMP UBC Detachment
 Staff Sergeant
Sun 16 Aug 2015
at 21:23
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Let's do it. We may find something innteresting.
Thomas Matthew Andrews
 player, 189 posts
 Fleet Protection Group RM
Sun 16 Aug 2015
at 21:35
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Thomas updated the sniper team by radio that they had finished clearing the main club house and were now turning their attention to the small buildings that made up the compound. Once everyone was ready they would continue to clear the rest of the buildings and secure the whole compound.
Christopher Little Hawk MacDonald
 player, 413 posts
 1/RMR - DRI
 Rifleman
Mon 17 Aug 2015
at 08:03
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"Understood. Maintaining overwatch. All clear at present," responded Mac from his perch.
helbent4
 GM, 2579 posts
 aka Tony
Fri 11 Sep 2015
at 07:54
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In reply to Christopher Little Hawk MacDonald (msg # 89):

Taras searched upstairs, Hawke searched downstairs. They didn't find much. The bikers left a degree of clothing, weapons (knives, a sword, a 9mm and .45 pistol, some empty magazines) fresh food and liquor. But not a lot in terms of documents.

The office did yield something to Taras: a topographical map of the hydro dam up site around the head of Stave Falls. There were other, more usual maps, such as of the province, Washington State and Alberta.

Downstairs in the bedrooms Hawke found a trove of Nazi memorabilia. Flags, items of clothing (vintage WWII caps, a leather coat, army helmets), a pair of Luftwaffe binoculars and camera. As well, a lot of New America propaganda.

New America was a large, dangerous pre-war white supremicist group and revolutionary movement. They had been gaining power before, during and after the war until their leader had been captured and brought to trial by the US Federal government. Cells remained intact all across the US, somewhat more common in areas under renegade military control (aka "MILGOV"). They were not thought to be common in Canada until it was discovered they were behind the independence movement that resulted in the former Republic of Alberta. Canadian Forces troops had ended that would-be successor state, and many New American cells had been rooted out of the Albertan government and military forces. It was assumed most had fled south into the USA, but it seemed many had come west into the still mainly lawless lands of BC. Their ideology encapsulated all the diseased White Power and Christian Identity thought, mixed in with Naziism and racism. Their goal was to seize power in the USA and Canada (aka "White North America") in order to institute the rule of an apartheid state.
Thomas Matthew Andrews
 player, 193 posts
 Fleet Protection Group RM
Sat 12 Sep 2015
at 02:22
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Keeping as much of his body behind the frame of the door he was using for cover Andrew's watched the compound and the unresearched buildings. He did not move about bit maintained his position with his rifle in a lowered stance.

He kept an ear out for anything additional from the sniper hide over the radio net.
Taras Vladimirovich Shevchenko
 player, 1270 posts
 RCMP UBC Detachment
 Staff Sergeant
Sat 12 Sep 2015
at 07:08
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Taras couldn't help but wonder upon the diversity and quality of the firearms, handguns in particular, that he came across during his adventures in the New World. The mighty Colt M-1911 was impressive when compared to the nimble Makarov. In the communist armed forces the sidearms where considered basically "badges of authority". As the troopers will gladly put it, only good for execution or "self execution". Even the occasional oldie Tokarev couldn't compare much with the modern and powerful array found in the hands of the criminals around the Lower Mainland.

Even more interesting from a professional point of view was the map. Being a Combat Engineer by trade, the Ukrainian was a natural for this kind of "reading material". A large source of water like a lake was presented in the well printed edition of a topo map in 1:25,000 scale. Upon closer examination the Southern tip presented a clear narrow, man made feature that appeared to be a bridge. The lettering over this area singled out the feature as a dam.

Why an organised criminal gang had this type of information? A dam, from a military point of view has a tremendous strategic importance. Announces the possibility of water that can be used for agricultural and farming purposes. Also purification could provide fresh supply for a large population. More so, it could be used as a source of power generation. The potential of using it a a threat existed. If blown up, it could flood the valley causing great destruction and even loss of life.

Definitely well worth taking a look at it.

Hey folks! There is something here. Is a map of a dam near..humm...Mission? Lets see if    we can find more information. Looks like it could be an objective.

This message was last edited by the player at 11:24, Sun 13 Sept 2015.

helbent4
 GM, 2580 posts
 aka Tony
Sat 12 Sep 2015
at 19:28
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In reply to Taras Vladimirovich Shevchenko (msg # 92):

The map of the dam was Soviet military issue and therefore of excellent quality and detail.
Taras Vladimirovich Shevchenko
 player, 1273 posts
 RCMP UBC Detachment
 Staff Sergeant
Sun 13 Sep 2015
at 11:12
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Nice prize they got here. This map comes from the Central Military Topographic Directorate of the General Staff. They were issued before the invasion. This kind of documents are treated like State secrets and they are not supposed to fall in enemy's hands.

Poring over the details, Taras was not only following the contours but also paying attention at the notes written in cyrillic alphabet.

There is the reservoir, 82 meters elevation. The dam, made of ferro-concrete, is 122 meters long with a crest width of 5 meters. There is a hydroelectric power station and is not small... 2 turbines, 45 MV each.
helbent4
 GM, 2586 posts
 aka Tony
Wed 23 Sep 2015
at 20:43
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In reply to Taras Vladimirovich Shevchenko (msg # 94):

After about a half hour it seemed they'd gone through the main clubhouse. Aside from some liquor, perishable food, a few handguns and other civilian firearms (shotguns, hunting rifles) and some spilled loose ammunition of various calibres, the map documents were the only items of interest in the main clubhouse.
Thomas Matthew Andrews
 player, 194 posts
 Fleet Protection Group RM
Wed 23 Sep 2015
at 21:37
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Andrew's continued his vigil at the doorway covering the compound. He could hear the others checking through the building, but he was focused on any threats from the unsearched buildings that ring the perimeter wall.

This message was last edited by the player at 05:55, Thu 24 Sept 2015.

Taras Vladimirovich Shevchenko
 player, 1278 posts
 RCMP UBC Detachment
 Staff Sergeant
Thu 24 Sep 2015
at 05:38
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There is a couple more places inside this compound. Let's check them out.
Christopher Little Hawk MacDonald
 player, 416 posts
 1/RMR - DRI
 Rifleman
Thu 24 Sep 2015
at 07:48
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Mac maintained overwatch from his perch.
Thomas Matthew Andrews
 player, 195 posts
 Fleet Protection Group RM
Mon 28 Sep 2015
at 06:02
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In reply to Taras Vladimirovich Shevchenko (msg # 97):

"I am good to go. Same stack as before ?"
Taras Vladimirovich Shevchenko
 player, 1279 posts
 RCMP UBC Detachment
 Staff Sergeant
Mon 28 Sep 2015
at 16:20
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Yes, lets move to the next structure.
Thomas Matthew Andrews
 player, 196 posts
 Fleet Protection Group RM
Mon 28 Sep 2015
at 18:34
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With confirmation Andrew's let the sniper detachment know what was going on and once everyone else was ready. He moved to the first building and began to clear the structure.
Taras Vladimirovich Shevchenko
 player, 1280 posts
 RCMP UBC Detachment
 Staff Sergeant
Mon 28 Sep 2015
at 18:48
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Keep your eyes open for possible boobytraps. We don't want to come across a nasty surprise!
helbent4
 GM, 2587 posts
 aka Tony
Tue 29 Sep 2015
at 03:42
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The next structure seemed to be a metal shop of some kind, at least looking through a side window. There were large roll-up doors in front, and a doors on the sides facing and away from the clubhouse.

All exterior doors were locked.
Taras Vladimirovich Shevchenko
 player, 1281 posts
 RCMP UBC Detachment
 Staff Sergeant
Tue 29 Sep 2015
at 05:21
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Taras looked for a padlock or any other locking mechanism.


Staff Sargent Taras V. Shevchenko - Knight element
AKS-74U (30/30) +4 mags
S&W 5946 (15/15) +2 mags
Handgrenade RG-5 (6)
RPO-A (x1)
POMZ-2 (x1)

This message was last edited by the player at 06:01, Tue 29 Sept 2015.

helbent4
 GM, 2588 posts
 aka Tony
Tue 29 Sep 2015
at 08:58
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In reply to Taras Vladimirovich Shevchenko (msg # 104):

The locks appeared to be good quality commercial locks, in the door-handle and a deadbolt in both side doors. It was difficult to tell how the roll-up doors were secured but each had a locked handle.
Kelsey Sarah Champlain
 player, 1577 posts
 3/CSR - DRI
 CF Sergeant
Fri 2 Oct 2015
at 07:13
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"I can check the kit on the vehicles and see if we have something that can pop this, I am sure with a little effort either a hydraulic jack, prybar, or attaching some chain to this mess will convince it to come open."


OOC:  While not a robber.. Kelsey is a skilled mechanic, and understands how to use tools, and would be familiar with what is in the kits.