OPERATION SABER on September 22nd, 2018
The Politburo of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union comes to the consensus that its economy is stagnating and the armed forces may not retain technological parity with the West for much longer. The Politburo leadership believes that it would be in their best interests to invade Western Europe and decisively expand the Soviet sphere of influence. Although resistance from NATO is anticipated, the Politburo gambles on a quick and easy victory over its European member nations before the United States can effectively mobilize a counteroffensive.
The Politburo debates the nuclear option intensely. Eventually, it was decided that any use of nuclear weapons would inevitably escalate to a full strategic exchange which would leave the USSR so damaged as to make victory not worth while. Variant C was therefore chosen, augmented with some selective chemical strikes occurring where they might prove to be most effective, with the understanding that if the advance of Warsaw Pact forces was halted by Western resistance (led by NATO), nuclear weapons could be used to regain the initiative on the battlefield.
An invasion of the western seaboard of the United States as a distraction from Western Europe was briefly considered but then dismissed as logistically implausible due to the Soviet inability to lift enough airborne divisions and the US Naval and Air Defenses along the US west coast.
It was also agreed that it would be Soviet policy to discourage the European neutrals from entry into the war, especially Ireland and Sweden. The Politburo agreed to try to convince France to stay out of the conflict, as this would help create division in NATO and thereby make a Warsaw Pact victory more likely.
The catalyst for conflict comes in July 1995, when a U.S. Marine Corps unit intervenes against a Soviet incursion into Yugoslavia. In response, the Warsaw Pact mobilizes and subsequently launches a full-scale invasion of Western Europe on 4 August 1985 (the anniversary of the start of the First World War). Soviet forces thrust through West Germany towards the Rhine. Only after three days of negotiations with the UN Security Council is full scale war averted.
The world teeters on the brink of World War III. NATO and WARSAW forces. It is rumored that a rogue faction of Soviet extremists plan on blowing up the Hague with a nuclear device.
Established in 1989, the Special Operations Group (UNSOG) of the United Nations was a branch designated to conduct various specialist tactical and covert operations on behalf of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). UNSOG field roles are comparable to those of most countries' military special forces.
UN SOG Expeditionary unit, Kilo Company is dispatched to the region in hopes to eliminate the potential threats.
Choose your side:
BLUE - UNSOG
RED - "PRAVEDAN" - translated in Russian as "The Righteous Ones"
|When:||Saturday, September 22, 2018
|Where:||SMP Paintball field -|
$25 -Early Bird Registration Pricing: Valid till August 27th, 2018 at Midnight
$35 - Early Registration Pricing: Valid till Septeber 3rd, 2018 at Midnight
$40 - Pre-Registration Pricing: Valid till September 21st, 2018 at Midnight at Midnight
|9:00am Registration opens|
|9:30am Players Breifing|
|10:00am Game on!|
|13:00pm Lunch Break|
|14:00pm Game play resumes|
|16:00pm Prepare for Final Battle|
|16:30pm Final Battle begins|
|17:00pm Game Ends|