Red Mist 1: Operation Statant
November 5 - November 6£25.00 – £50.00
1985 – Germany
October 6th – NATO begins to conduct its largest military exercise to date known as Red Mist, the aim of the exercise is to simulate a response to an outbreak of military conflict along the Inner German Border (IGB) WARPAC responds by denouncing the exercises as an act of aggression and places its forward units into a heightened state of alert in response.
October 10th – A USAF F16 is shot down and its pilot killed near Helmstedt on the IGB, WARPAC alleges that the aircraft had violated their airspace and when challenged had failed to respond, something which NATO strongly denies and accuses WARPAC of deliberately targeting the aircraft.
October 12th – “Vytegra” a Soviet Border Guard ship sinks in the Baltic sea, WARPAC claims that the vessel was attacked by a NATO craft operating in the area,
October 15th – 3 German BGS officers are killed and 8 wounded during an exchange of gunfire with East German Grenztruppen at Marienborn, The DDR refuses to state whether any of its personnel were casualties, both sides deny initiating the engagement.
October 16th – An missile strike occurs at Falkenberg Airbase, WARPAC accuse NATO of a dangerous escalation, NATO denies and alleges a false flag operation.
October 18th – NATO satellites spot signs of WARPAC troop movements towards the IGB.
October 21st – Artillery Fire erupts between NATO and WARPAC near Helmstedt resulting in some materiel losses and light casualties. Both sides accuse each other of initiating the engagement and claim victory.
October 23rd – Operation Statant Commences
NATO has decided to put into action Operation Statant which is a preliminary strike across the IGB targeting WARPAC military assets.
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