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SECU i? RAE NE SECURIYY QEELNFEELD PROTECTION .1, bam?ih Saumn

Introduction In order for sustained stability in the oil production regions of South Sudan the need for a credible Oil Protection Force (OPF) is identi?ed. The PROPOSED OPF would consist of: Professional Foreign Rapid Deployment Team (FRDT) (total 341, including 81 Training Instructors Mentors) SPLA 1St Special Operations Battalion (total 400) SPLA 2nd Special Operations Battalion (total 400) SPLA 3rd Special Operations Battalion (total 400) Total Force: 1541 personnel The OPF needs to be Organized, Equipped, Trained and Deployed operationally to sustain stability in the South Sudan Oil Fields, by implementing credible Counter Terror Counter Insurgency (COIN) operations in support of SPLA

SITUATION Rebels lead by Machar, internality destabilise oil production areas in the Unity State of South Sudan. The past few months also saw increased Rebel activity west of the White Nile River in the Upper Nile State which suggests dissidents are planning major offensive Political diversion and rivalry, backed and based on external (International) in?uences press for control over oil producing areas Sudan and other forces are supporting the destabilization of South Sudan aiming to re?integrate South Sudan back to the greater unified Sudan There is growing division along ethnical lines in South Sudan and this could be used as a springboard for support to possible political rivals of the ruling party Rebels, Insurgent Forces and factions aligned to fundamentalists are and will remain a potential threat to oil producing installations. This is done to demonstrate ability and how actions can in?uence the political arena. Rebels Insurgent Forces are directly trying to de-stabilise the oil production of South Sudan to cripple the economy and slow down development

Project Aim The aim of Project Iron Fist is to develop, train, equip, mentor and ultimately deploy 3 SPLA Special Operations Battalions (1200 personnel) to protect and secure the Unity and Upper Nile State Oil Fields. Project Iron Fist will further be supported by the direct deployment of a professional Foreign Rapid Deployment Force (341 personnel), in the heart of selected oil?eld areas, to deter neutralize anti government forces, and to assist in restoring oil production in these areas.

PURPOSE OF THE OIL FIELDS PROTECTION FORCE (OPF) The PURPOSE of the OPF is to create a credible, well organized, equipped and trained force to be deployed in the main oil producing areas of South Sudan to ensure a safe and stable environment where activities for the optimum production of oil can be sustained. The Force should be able to: >Dominate the areas of In?uence (Mobility are crucial land, air water [White Nile river basin]) >Act as a credible deterrent >Able to act defensively (protect) areas and to act offensively to interdict, search and destroy deliberate objectives, pockets of resistance and react to any possible threats >Have the capability to collect, analyze and disseminate real time information to act pro?actively to maintain and sustain operations >Supported by Air assets for Intelligence collection, observation, Command and Control, rapid reaction and mobility >Fixed wing aircraft (Light planes and Transporters) as well as Helicopters (attack and transport) are required to provide operational and tactical mobility and close air support >Sound Command and Control. Co-operation with RSS and SPLA Forces 5

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Counterinsurgency Concept of Operations The OPF will adopt a Counterinsurgency Concept of Operations to counter the operational and tactical doctrine that has been displayed by IVIachar? rebel forces over the past year. The concept is based on the Counterinsurgency principles of operation (COIN) by John Cuen: The Art ofCounter Insurgency War (1966), in which comprehensive civilian and military efforts are needed to simultaneously defeat and contain insurgency and address its root causes. The COIN concept provides for executing area stabilising operations in key selected areas, driven by sound Intelligence to secure and safeguard oil producing and support installations by means of static and mobile protection capabilities. The pillars of the COIN concept is depicted in the diagram in the next slide

Pillars of the Counter Terror Insurgency Concept SECURITY POLITICAL ECO N0 Mic Military Madman?? Humanitarian Assistance Gwcmorxe I attemtm mum? Institutional - Resource 5: Mic Samty Management Mutton Social Reintegration mm Capacity Man: a? awn-WV

The Concept of Oil?eld lnstallationProtection - Derived from the COIN concept the OPF will deploy a four tier defence protection approach supplemented by offensive pre?emptive strikes, raids and actions against rebel bases, groupings, strongholds, logistics installations and command control installations. Self-explanatory concentric ring approach depicting the four tier defence protection approach is depicted in the following diagram: 0 Concentric Ring Approach Four Tier Defence Protection Zone 1: Inner Perimeter Zone 2: Zone of Direct Influence .- Protection of direct i ea from where direct facility. Direct fen :th wea can cause damage access control 3 (Up to 000m) Zone 3. Area-of Tactical Importance Zone 43 Area of I nfluehce 0 Area fro where. Indirect Weapons 2 Area from Wh dISSIdentS? can cause amage (up to 7 km) sabo?teurs an stage . attacks - . mg 1 night (

Concept Aof Protection one 1 ce Protection Concentric Ring Approach . Perimeter Fencing Access and Egress control Close circuit CCTV Health, Security, Safety, Environment Fire Foot Vehicle patrols Static Guarding Prepared Defensive positions Rapid Response Teams Zone 1: Inner Perimeter Protection of direct facility. Direct fence with access control

Concept of Protection: Zone 2 Concentric Ring Approach Four Tier Defence Protection 5 Zone 2: Zone of Direct In?uence i- Area from where direct weapons can i cause damage (Up to 3,000m) Area Patrols by vehicles Local Population Intel Intel Network Helicopter patrols Fixed Wing Patrols lntel Network ID possible Mortar Rocket launching areas. Register as Mortar Targets in Fire plan 0 ID Access Routes 12

Concept of Protection Zone 3 Concentric Ring Approach Four Tier Defence Protection Zone 3: Area of Tactical Importance Area from where Indirect Weapons can cause damage (Up to Area Patrols by vehicles Local Population Intel Intel Network Helicopter patrols Fixed Wing Patrols Intel Network ID possible Mortar Rocket launching areas. Register as Mortar Targets in Fire plan ID Access Routes

Concept ofProtection: Zone 4 Concentric Ring Approach Four Tier Defence Protection Zone 4: Area of In?uence Area from where dissidents saboteurs can stage attacks during Area Patmls b_y Vehides 1 ht (u to 40 km Local Population Intel V- 7. Intel Network Helicopter patrols Fixed Wing Patrols - Intel Network 0 ID Access routes - ID stopper positions Riverine Operations 14

Development and design of Pro'ect Iron Fist Oerational COIN Concet The operational concept will be developed in ?ve distinct stages as follows: Stage 1: Preparation, mobilization procurement of main equipment and logistics support ?Stage 2: Operational deployment of an Foreign Rapidly Deployed and Intervention Combat Team (FRDT) 'Stage 3: Train and equip 3 Special Operations Battalions 5) Stage 4: Integration deployment of 3 with the RFDT Stage 5: Management and control of stabilized areas Designing the OPF Organization ?The proposed OPF would consist of a professional Foreign Rapid Deployment Combat Team (FRDT) consisting of 341 foreign nationals, including 81 training instructors/ mentors), and Operations Battalion (total 400 personnel) 2nd Special Operations Battalion (total 400 personnel) 3rd Special Operations Battalion (total 400 personnel) ?Total Force: 1541 personnel

Foreign Rapid Deployed Combat (FRDC) Team Organization Structure Expats RFDC PMO Trainer Mentors Log Fin ED it? 53,1; 165? I I i Shared MORTAR SNIPER 1x15 A101 A102 i155? - 28 . 8 81mm Mor 10 x.338 Lapua 10 12.7mm HMG 8 60mm LR Mor 10 x.308 vaelo 10 30mm A68 17 A Mi-17x4 x. x. . . Trans rt I Technical Medical i I Thrush 2 1 6 EXPAT PERSONNEL SUMMARY fr RRG PMO 2 Log Procurement 2 Finance 2 14 7.62mm 7] 3 40mm MGL i - - -. caravan Black 2 an 3 a Hawk Conversion" 7 77 7 Medic_ I Alpha Group 50 Bravo Group Air Wing 52 Support Group 72 Total Expats 341 a (x 3 OJ .. i Comdo Mor Tech Support:? '1

SPLA Special Operations 1st Battalion Organization Structure ?o 9.99 Mm}; AGL HMG 1mg 2 6x82mm Mortar 5x30mmAG817 comment? i Supply TECH MED Transportagx? . i Mammy Platoon 2] Platoon 3 ?m k. a? i 7.62mm 310 ?l .62mm PKQ BCOY r~ I i 60mm Mar-f cov 330 'x 3 L?g?fg 2 - - Logistics 2 Med Medic I I ?t Comcen . i

SPLA Special Operations 2nd Battalion Organization Structure A-Coy (Wu. r? Platoon1 Platoon 2 \3 40mm @qu 3 ?l 60mm Mor?i ?i I Platoon3 40mm we? a a Signan B-COV mm(so C23 were on :51 -. Mortar swam/i681COMCENIT Supply Transport /oo 04?[TechILog on? 5

SPLA Special Operations 3rd Battalion Organization Structure MORTAR or 66" m' a .. 10x 12.7mm HMG A. l, K) AGL 6x82mm Mortar 5x30mmAGS17 fr?! '3 If mm IfPlatoon 1 Platoon 2 i i i L?mPlatoon far-'0? . - taro-aeA Expat Mentors u?n? SUPP cavi- ?i 4359.913 r? 2 HMG Instr ?l Logistics i? -l 32259.2? 2? . 4 1\ '3 -rech'L?9 ?xnt

Execution of Project Iron Fist Concept of Operations Stage 1: Preparation, mobilization procurement of main equipment and logistics support Contracting Obtain EUC to place orders for capital assets (aircraft, weapons, ammunition and other controlled equipment) 60% Upfront payment to procure, order, capital assets: 0 Aircraft Main weapons Ammunition Communications equipment Special equipment Armoured vehicles Troop carriers 0 Base camps and support equipment Organization, recruitment, vetting, phased mobilization and placement of foreign workforce (PMO, JOC, communications centre, logis?cs support, life support, etc..) in allocated base Ground works preparation for 4 450 man base camp areas and secure lay down areas for inbound equipment and logistics

Execution of Project Iron Fist COIN Concept of Operations Stage 1: Preparation, mobilization procurement of main equipment and logistics support (Continues) ?Receipt of base camp equipment in host country and transport equipment to selected base camp areas ?Build 4 450 man base camps and establish infrastructure support to import all the capital assets required for the project at selected 'Deploy 81 foreign trainer mentors to Mapel Training Centre to commence preparation for the training of 3 ?Sea and transport operation to deliver to host country: Aircraft Main weapons Ammunition Communications equipment Special equipment Armoured vehicles 0 Troop carriers ?Certification of aircraft in host country ? ntegration of weapons systems, testing and commissioning ?Repositioning and transportation of all the above to selected Forward Operating Base (FOB) 0Commissioning of 4 base camps ?Develop physical and active base defence systems

Execution of Project Iron Fist Concept of OperaU'ons Stage 3: Train and equip 3 Special Operations Battalions ?Foreign trainer/ mentor group organize and structure the 2nd and each with 3 Combat/Ri?e Companies and 1 Support Company ?Foreign trainer/ mentor group equip and train the 3 308? by running 3 concurrent parallel 8 week courses for the accelerated training of each of the 3 at lVlapel, covering the following minimum subjects: 3 Battalion 5 (Planning, execution and support of motorized and mechanized COIN operations) 3 Ri?e Companies (motorized-and mechanized infantry subjects) Platoon weapons pro?ciency and musketry - Minor tactics 0 Mobile operations 0 Vehicle reconnaissance Obstacle crossing (rivers) - Communications equipment Company support tactics

Execution of Project Iron Fist COIN Concept of Operations Stage 3: Train and equip 3 Special Operations Battalions (Con?nues 1 Support Company in all aspects of COIN including: Mortars (60mm 82mm) HMG (12.7mm) AGS 17 AGL (30mm) Organize, structure and equip each SOB to ultimately execute offensive mobile operations against rebels in Unity, Jonglei and Upper Nile States

Execution of Project Iron Fist COIN Concept of Operations Stage 4: Integration deployment of 3 808? with the FRDT -Force marrying up and integration between FRDT in a joint ?eld exercise including: Immediate action drills for security I Area Patrols Air mobile deployment Vehicle movement and protection Helicopter drills Fire?force operations Sweep operations Offensive actions (deliberate attacks, raids and ambushes) Defensive actions Collection of geographic and demographic info Show of force ?Joint planning of operations with 2nd 3rd operations planning staff ?Conduct airborne survey operations to gather /collect Intel about Rebel deployments, bases and movements

Execution of Project lron Fist COIN Concept of Operations Stage 4: Integration deployment of 3 808? with the FRDT (Continues) ?Analysis and dissemination of collected intelligence data -Planning and execution of offensive ground and air actions (deliberate attacks, raids, ambushes, etc..) against key Rebel objectives deployments/ strongholds logistics support bases and installations, etc..) ?Oil?eld security deployments to protect key installations to enable oil?eld engineers and technicians to repair unserviceable damage pipes, taps, valves, etc.. to restore the pumping and flow of oil from key wells and installations ?Continuous joint COIN operations to enhance security of key oil ?eld installations ?Oil?eld Police support actions

Execution of Project Iron Fist COIN Concept of Operations Stage 5: Management and control of stabilized areas ?Continued intelligence operations ?Continued area domination (ground and air patrols) ?Law enforcement support by arresting dissidents and handing them over to SS Police for prosecution ?Disrupting rebel logistics support and communications lines ?Establishment of additional ?Facilitation of further assistance, humanitarian support and economic recovery (development and growth) of greater north eastern South Sudan, ?Job creation ?Training, education basic skills development programs ? nfrastructure rehabilitation development -Restore and establish essential services (water sanitation, roads, education, health, judicial, etc..) ~Maintenance of public law and order ?Engagement with Agricultural programs

Pro'ect Iron Fist Budetar Costin 1 Expat Salaries 341 365 days $61 380 000.00 2 LN Salaries 1200 365 days 57 200 000.00 3 Rations Expats 341 365 days S3 733 950.00 4 LN Rations 1200 365 days 55 256 000.00 5 Turn Key Base Camps; 4 385 man Camps 510 841 000.00 Vehicles 236 (Armoured APC, Troop Carriers, C, Log Support, Construction 6 Tech Support 537 913 000.00 7 Diesel Fuel, Oil, Lubricants $7 336 800.00 8 Vehicle Spares, Support Maintenance $4 691 300.00 9 Camping Opex and Life Support $5 205 900.00 10 Aircraft 15 including spares, technical support and ordnance $62 800 000.00 11 Aviation Fuel 510 522 331.00 12 Airdrop Equipment 51 350 000.00 13 Medical Facility (Clinic Trauma Post) Medicine S3 647 000.00 14 Ground Forcers Air Weapons Ammunition 15 Air Weapons 8: Ammunition $13 560 000.00 16 Expat Life, Accident, Disability and Medical insurance 53 500 000.00 17 Communication Equipment S2 509 000.00 18 Combat Equipment, Uniforms and PPE 1541 personnel $2 509 000.00 19 Air, Sea and Overland Freight $3 000 00000 Grand Total 5299 904 701.0 28

Project Iron Fist Projected Timeline: Stage 1 Iron Fist cted Timeline 1 drain and ?ns 1.1 Obtain EUC to place orders for mpital assets (aircraft, weapons, ammunition and other 1.2 controiled equipment) 13 60% Upfront payment to procure. Order, import and deliver capital assets to identi?ed FOB Aircraft 0 Main weapons 0 Ammunition a Communications 0 0 Special equipment Armoured vehicies Troop carriers Base camps and support equipment Organization, recruitment, vetting phased mobilization and placement of foreign workforce Ground works preparation for 4 490 man base camp areas and secure lay down areas for Receipt of base camp equipment in host country and transport equipment to selected base camp areas Buiid 4 450 man base ramps and establish infrastructure support to import ali the capital assets required tor the at selected Deploy 81 foreign trainer mentors to Mapei training Centre to commence preparation for the of 3 508?s Sea and transport operation to deliver to host country: 0 Aircraft 0 Main 0 Communications 0 Special equipment 0 Armoured vehicles Troop carriers ertification of aircraft in host country Integration of weapons systems, testing and commissioning Repositioning and transportation of all the above to selected Forward Operating Base (FOB) Commissioning of 4 it base camps ical and active base defence tems

Project iron Fist Projected Timeline: Stage 2 Proiec Iron Fist Projected Timeline . . 3 . I I 4 2 Opeiationai deploymert of the FRET Activate the Joint Operations Centre (300 for joint planning of operations in conjunction 1 with SPLA Chief of Staff Operations Concise! airborne survey operations to gather [collect Intel about rebel deployments, bases 1" 2.2 and movements 2.3 Analysis and dissemination of collected intelligence data Planning and execution of offensive ground and air actions (deliberate attacks, raids, ambushes, etc) against key rebel objectives] deployments strongholds/ logistics support 2.4 bases and installations, etc.) 2.5 Conwct survey of oil ?eld installations to design protection plan Continuous medium to high intensity rapid intervention ground and air actions against 2.6 selected rebel deployments, targets and objectives. Typical tasks will include; 2.6.1 0 Air Patrols 2.6.2 0 Air to ground stand-off attacks 2.6.3 0 Area Patrols (long range deployment) 2.6.4 0 Search 8: destroy missions 2.6.5 0 Observation/ surveillance

Project Iron Fist Projected Timeline: Stage 3 Projec iron Fist Projected Timeline Stage and Activity Description 3 Train and equip 3 Special Operations Battalions I mentor grow organize and structu'e the 2ml mo each with 3 3.1 Contatl?i?etomparies and 1): Support Compmy Foreign trainer mentor group equip and trainthe 3 7: 508?s by running 3 concurrent parallel 8 week courses for the acceierated training of each of the 3 508's at Mapel. 3.2 covering the foilowing minimum subjects: 3 Battalion (Planning, execution and support of motorized and mechanized 3.3 operations) 3.4 3 Ri?e Companies (motorized-and mechanized infantry subjects} 3.4.1 {2 Platoon weapons pro?ciency and musketry 3.4.2 Minor tactics 3.4.3 Mobile operations 3.4.4 Vehicle reconnaissance 3.4.5 Obstacle crossing (rivers) 3.4.6 Communications eqo'pment 3.4.7 Company support tactics 3.5 ?Support Company in all aspects of including: 3.5.1 Mortars (58mm& 82mm) 3.5.2 Dsi-lk HMG {12.7mm) 3.5.3 A65 17 Organize, structure and equip each SOB to uitirnateiv execute offensive mohiie operations 3.5 against rebels in Unity, ionglei and Upper Niie States

Project Iron Fist Projected Timeline: Stage 4 Projec iron Fist Projected Timeline Stage and Activity Description Integration 8: deployment of 3 508's with the FRDT 4.1 Force marrying up and integration between Hit)? in a joint ?eld exercise including: 4.1.1 immediate action drills forsecurity 4.1.2 AreaPatrols 4.1.3 Airmobiledeticiyment 4.1.4 0 Vehicle movement and protection 4.1.5 Helicopter wills 4.1.6 Fire-forceoperations 4.1.7 Sweepoperations 4.1.8 Offensive actions (deliberate attacks, raids and ambushes) 4.1.9 Befensiveactions 4.1.10 0 Collection of geographic and demographic info 4.1.11 0 Showofiorce 4.2 Joint planning ofoperations with 3?d operations planning stall? Conduct airborne Survey operations to gather [col lect lntei about Rebel deployments, bases 43 and movements 4.4 Analysis and dissemination of collected intelligence data Planning and execution of offensive ground and air actions (deliberate attacks, raids, ambushes, etc) against key Rebel objectives deployments strongholds] logistics Support 45 bases and installations, etc) Oil?eld security deployments to protect key installations to enable oilfield ergineers and technicians to repair unsenriceable damage pipes, taps, valves, etc. to restore the pumping 46 and flow of oil from key wells and installations 47 Continuous joint operations to enhance security of key oil field installations 4.8 Oil?eld Police support actions

Project Iron Fist Projected Timeline: Stage 5 Projec Iron Fist Projected Emeline Stage and Activity Description 5 Mangernent and control of stabilized areas 5.1 Continued intelligence operations 5.2 Continued area domination (ground and air patrols) Law enforcement support by arresting dissidents and handirg them over to 55 Police for 5.3 prosecution 5.4 Disrupting rebel logistits support and communications lines 5.5 Establishment of additional Facilitation of further assistance, humanitarian support and economic recovery 5.6 {development and growthlof greater north eastern South Sudan, 5.7 1iraining, education 8: basic skills development programs 58 infrastructure rehabilitation 8: development Restore and establish essential services (meter 8: sanitation, roads, education, health, 59 judicial, etc.) 5.10 Maintenance of put?ic law and order 5.11 Engage with Agricultural programs VJ

Terms and Condi?ons Payment - 60% Advance Payment to start up project and procure capital assets - 20% Milestone Payment after 90 days 20% Final Payment after 180 days Legal EUC not liable to or AU sanction to procure Aircraft, Arms Ammunition and special equipment from Gov Suppliers

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Annexes A-F: Summary of major Capital Assets to be procured - Annex A: Summary of Aircraft Requirement Annex B: Summary of Aircraft Ordnance Requirement - Annex C: Ground Forces Weapons Ammunition Requirement Annex D: Vehicles Requirement Annex E: Communications Equipment Requirement Annex F: Special Equipment Requirement

Annex A: Summary of Aircraft Description Quantity Mil Mi-24 Hind Attack Helicopter with Shturm ATGM Launch Rails (x 4), 80mm S-8 Rocket Pods (x 4) twin GSH 2 23mm nose mounted HMG (x 1) Mil Mi-17 MTV Multirole Helicopter with 57mm 8-5 Rocket Pods (x 4) 4 7.62MM PK Gun Pods (x 4)

Summary of Aircraft 2/11r Description Quantity Ayres Thrush lAir Tractor Aircraft ?tted with ISR FLIR Ball and undeniving 2 hard points for external hardware Antonov AN-26 Light Cargo Aircraft ?tted with Air Drop Rail Roller system 2 and overhead cable

Summary of Aircraft Description Quantity Augusta Bell 412 Multirole Helicopter equipped with airborne medevac and life support equipment Cessna Caravan ?tted with ISR FLIR Ball

Annex B: Summary of Aircraft Ordnance Ataka or Shturm ATG -24B Rocket Po ix as; 35 '55? 55151 8 Jul! mixmk?x (hhxunm .2 130mm, mlilx?r $111!: kg 4, ?3 ?alike: kg bombs, raliixw kg 2 1mm: {of xi!) ?1 rockets (1.) 4 BBVEU Will) 9+8 ?Kiwis - a 2 gun a man 12.? (usmsan mun Nrru?zs 2 l?i'K With Ugh-25 mm (R *1 GUY uh laum he: 4, - TI 2 wish - 3- L.) i 4 BULI will! {mitts 16 mtidul missiles ?Ataka? 9Ml20 8-8 Rocket Pods 4 . $43.4? 4 ?km nigh. and 3 mm? a! guided missiles 'Amka? Shipunov GSh-23mm Gun bombs 2, or 350kg bombs 4, or 100kg bombs 8

Summary of Aircraft Ordnance 2/6 lVli~8/171 Multirole Helicopter Ataka ATGM Raiist 7.62mm Mg Podx2 Rocket Pods 4?6 :3 . '97 7.62mm MG Podst

Summary of Aircraft Ordnance BV 20 5-8 Rocket Pods for Ml-24 Attack Helicopter - 16 80mm HEAT Ungwded Rockets 1,000 80mm S-6DM FAE Unguided Rockets with fuse 500 80mm Tandem HEAT Unguided Rockets with fuse 35:: 500 Shturm ATGM Launch Rails 8 Shturm? 9k113 SACLOS HEAT Missile 50

Summary of Aircraft Ordnance Belted Cartridge AM 23; 23mm 115mm HE 50,000 Belted Cartridge AM 23;23mm 115mm HE Frag 25,000 Belted Cartridge AM 23;23mm 115mm API 25,000 S-S Unguided Rocket Pod 16 57mm Unguided Rockets HE with fuse 1,000 57mm S-S Unguided Rockets HE Frag with fuse 500

Summary of Aircraft Ordnance 7.62mm PK Machine Gun Pod Belted Cartridge 7.62 54 Tracer 100,000 Belted Cartridge 7.62 54 API 100,000

Summary of Aircraft Ordnance Bomb FAB HE Frag for MI-24 Helicopters 100 Bomb FAB 250kg HE Frag for MI-24 Helicopters 200 pun-d Bomb FAB 100kg HE Frag for Helicopters 300

BV 20 Rocket Pods for Mi?24 Attack Helicopter 80mm S-8KO HEAT Unguided Rockets 80mm FAE Unguided Rockets with fuse 80mm Tandem HEAT Unguided Rockets with fuse Shturm ATGM Launch Rails Shturm? 9k113 SACLOS HEAT Missile Belted Cartridge AM 23; 23mm 115mm HE Belted Cartridge AM 23;23mm 115mm HE Frag Belted Cartridge AM 23;23mm 115mm API S-5 Unguided Rocket Pod 57mm Unguided Rockets HE with fuse 57mm Unguided Rockets HE Frag with fuse 7.62mm PK Machine Gun Pod for Mi-8/17Helicopter Belted Cartridge 7.62 54 Ball Belted Cartridge 7.62 54 Tracer Belted Cartridge 7.62 54 API Bomb FAB 500kg HE Frag for Helicopters Bomb FAB 250kg HE Frag for Helicopters Bomb FAB 100kg HE Frag for MI-24 Helicopters Summary of Aircraft Weapons Ordnance 1,000 500 500 50 50,000 25,000 25,000 16 1000 500 8 500,000 100,000 100,000 100 200 300

Annex C: Summary of Ground Forces Weapons AKM 7.62 39mm 1541 PKM LMG 7.62 54R 105 12.7mm HMG 52 Saiga 12 Shotgun 81 (540) 40mm Arcus MGL 105 40mm RPG7 ATRL 105 82mm Mortar 18 M4 60mm Commando Mortar 12

Summary of Ground Forces Weapons Lapua Long Range .338 Sniper Ri?e 10 Truvelo .308 Sniper Ri?e 10 Optix Optical Day sight 6O Optix Optical Night sight 81mm Mortar

Summary of Ground Forces Weapons 60mm Long Range Mortar 8 AKM Magazine, 7.62 39mm 15410 PKM LMG 200 Round Belt for 7.62 54R 4000 HMG 200 Round Belt for 12.7 108mm 4000 Drum Magazine for 30mm A65 17 300 .338 Lapua .398 Truvelo Sniper Ri?es Magazines I 100 each

Summary of Ground Forces Weapons Ordnance 12.7mm MG (Vehicle Mounted) Plamya 30mm A65 17 AGL Drum Magazine and 30 round Feeding Belt Plamya 30mm A65 17, Drum Magazine with 30 round Feeding Belt M4 60mm Commando Mortar 60mm Long Range Mortar Arsenal 7.62mm AR M1 Assault Ri?e Arsenal 7.62 mm PKM LMG Arsenal 12.7mm HMG with tripod RPG-7 40mm ATGL SVD Dragunov 7.62mm Sniper Ri?e/ .338 Lapua Truvelo 7.62mm Sniper Ri?e Milkor 40mm 6 Shot Multiple Grenade Launcher Round 12.7mm 108mm Ball Round 12.7mm 108mm Tracer Round 12.7mm 108mm API Grenade 30 298 HE VOG for 30mm 40mm for Milkor MGL Bomb 81mm Mortar HE Bomb 81mm Mortar Smoke Bomb 60 mm Mortar HE Bomb 60mm Mortar Smoke Bomb 60mm Mortar HE Long Range Bomb 60mm Mortar Smoke Long Range Bomb 60mm Mortar HE Thermo baric Cartridge 7.62 39mm Ball Cartridge 7.62 39mm Tracer 52 35 300 12 1541 105 52 105 10 10 105 5,000,000 2,000,000 2,000,000 100,000 3,000 500 3,000 500 1,000 200 500 10,000,000 3,000,000 ?2 {j

Summary of Ground Forces Weapons Ordnance 26 Cartridge 7.62 54R Ball 10,000,000 27 Cartridge 7.62 54R Tracer 3,000,000 28 Cartridge 7.62 54R HEI 1,000,000 29 Cartridge 7.62 51mm Ball Sniper NATO standard 50,000 30 Cartridge 7.62 54R Ball Sniper 50,000 31 Grenade 40 53mm HE for MGL 2,000 32 Grenade Hand No 83 Smoke (Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Orange) 1,000 33 Grenade Hand No 83 Smoke White 500 34 Grenade Hand Two Star Instant Light 500 35 Solas 1000' Parachute Flare Red, Green, Blue, White 500 36 Solas 1000' Parachute Flare Illumination 300 37 Solas 1000' Parachute Flare Green Red Star 500

Annex D: Summary of Vehicles Requirement Toyota Landcruiser 79 Pick?up 4 4 Diesel 40 units Toyota Landcruiser 79 Pick?up 4 4 Diesel Command Fitted with Radio Brackets 20 units Toyota Landcruiser 79 Pick-up 4 4 Diesel Ambulance 5 units REVA MK Ill Carrier 4 4 Diesel 100 units

ALL SUPPORT VEHICLES FOR BRIGADE Kamaz 43118 10 ton 6 6 Troop Carrier with Canopy and Seating Benches for 30 troops 40 units Kamaz 6568 20 ton 8 8 Log Truck with 10ton crane 5 units Kamaz 43118 10 ton 6 6 Recovery Truck 3 units Kamaz 43118 20 ton 6 6 20,000! Water Browser Truck 2 Kamaz 43118 11 ton 6 6 Jet Browser Truck 2 I

ALL SUPPORT VEHICLES FOR BRIGADE Kamaz 43118 11 ton 6 6 11,000l Diesel Browser Truck 3 units Kamaz 43118 10 ton 6 6 Diesel Mobile Workshop Truck 2 units Kamaz 43118 10 ton 6 6 Diesel Mobile Of?ce HQ 2 units Kamaz 43118 10 ton 6 6 Diesel 6m Container Truck 10 units Kamaz 43118 10 ton 6 6 Diesel 6m Refridgerator Truck 2 units

BRIGADE SUPPORT VEHICLES (CONSTRUCTION) Kamaz 43118 10 ton 6 6 Diesel Fire Fighting Truck with Water Canon 1 unit Kamaz 65111 25 ton 6 6 Diesel Dump Truck 10 units Terex Class 100 Motor Grader 2 units Terex Class Front End Wheel Loader 2 units CAT Bull Dozer 1 unit

BRIGADE SUPPORT VEHICLES (CONSTRUCTION) ET 80-90 Excavator 2 units CAT C864 Vibratory Roller Compactor 2 Kamaz 43118 20 Ton Construction Water Bowser Truck 2 units

Annex E: Summary of Communications Equipment Requirement - Barrett HF 2050 Base Transceiver Base Station 50 units - Barrett HF 2050 Mobile Transceiver, Vehicle Mounted 48 units HF Rama Comimmrcanon; mm - 4 Gin; Wueiexs Hancsw! 9' 4- a have a. A A a V, .. Fire-saw; Sale 5 Saucer-$41 b; anmocornm

HF Man?pack Equipment Barrett 2090 HF Tactical Manpack Transceiver Complete 115 units

Equipment (Intrinsic Safe) Motorola DM4000 Series digital mobile two way vehicle mounted radio complete 185 units Key Features 99 channels IP54 rated 2-?3igit numerical display 3 watt cuiltsin loudspeaker for clear audio Rugged front 8. rear accessory connectors Accessory connector supports USB interface Larges eaSy?to-use volumeu'channei M103 .2 programmable to improve ease?of-use and increase operator ef?ciency lvlulti?coioured LED indicators pro-vice clear fee-333C}: on radio operating status Quiet-2t easy-to-use Group. individual anc Ail-call capability PTT it) helps improve co mmumcations ef?ciency and system discipline Remote Monitor features help ensure employee safety and enaele fast assessment of remote user status Elegant channel scanning schemes help ensure calls are receiver: ?rst time every time intelligent eucio feature automatically adjusts the radio volume according to the environments noise level Voice announcement of channel change anr: feature activation 5 Tone analogue feature support Basic Enhanced Privacy Capability Lone ?r?c'orfviei? lF? Site Connect [Multiple Site Connectivity?? and Capacrt?) Plus (Single Site Trunmng?i

EQUIPMENT (Intrinsic Safe) Motorola GP 340 Professional Series portable/ handheld radios complete 185 units PEATURES AND BENEFITS apacity Plus - Capacity Plus Rugged Dulgn Productwity cing Dan -: nae-?23.33 A Transm rm D1 pl

EQUIPMENT (Intrinsic Safe) Motorola DP4400 DP4401 Series portable/ handheld radios complete 1.85 units Features - Range or; :0 I JOY - wd Com" - Signalling Private line and E-tcne selective signalling . mg; 0 Channel Scan Manltors activity on cszerent channels . Caii Fern-Hard 0 voice Campressicn Clear anc strong quality . :mF Enscde' - Level Expansren Reouces noise curing; pauses In . :euizazeo Caz: aim?s . Cali Time:- 0 Emergmca Signalling Sencs help Signal to ore-defines: "30" ?with? {grain a or?: .?aC?Ke? . Lone Jjorrer Ra-zlc enters emergenc; "10-39 lfuser graft-9d goes not reason-3 Tim-3'- . Gnu-3:13! Elgar?: Emansron sic-3 Smart-hum ll 1? all-3 ?erce Storage Ca? he,? - Talaar-Juno Co'n?wmcale ?:espalcher or unltlo unit . Mei-.30.- ?-aglstatle Power L?tyels High and low power settings . mal- LW, am? Me a salt-3r, life . - voice Operated Transmit free operation - mm hes-:59! - amass; Allows user seem; ourellj. Additional Feature, Ti ate Cut Tli?f-El' time of continuous - 'l-cice Reccde? Tie-353;: - Call Forward ill-Ms calls to :e for-.varcecto ancther . Scal?r?u?; - Pro-granu?cle Channel Flesrcle channel sea-3mg - 2-6: Scar? 31: 5120-2:- KH: - Ne-s-ar?ce Cl?arz?e- Z?eiete - Eta-?5 Sacco"; A loan-era! Ch annel aoacrty - 15 Power Susan - Recharges-3m Eatter, 7 Dl-TE?IlSl-Zrns ?fl-??27 - 137 E7 37 5 Freauenoes -Full 13': - MH: 1 - UHF 4-}3 - 4.7-3 1 -

VHF Re eater ouiment Motorola DR-3000 Digital VHF Repeater, complete 10 units The DR 3000 repeater is a continuous-duty unit that supports two simultaneous voice or data paths in digital TDMA mode. It mounts easily in wall or rack systems. This repeater is part of the MOTOTRBO series, delivering increased capacity and spectrum efficiency, integrated data communications and enhanced voice communications through a complete solution. Features a 1- 25 Watts-1? :Sv-tt carts ccme? - duty at Eu?: genef . integr'aied Cit-"ates exi?e' Ir aha-ego: a" sigma? mode 0 Clea? LE: :r fair: cane? s?duate cce'a?w?g, ?Kile; =22~er Cl? - Repeater d-sabled 2.9131 mad-e A-?aizgse awn-?2 0 Tx status ce- sic: . Stu'dy :?av?dies - Rack nail?moor: fo? tame?. :acr-uc Standa rd Package Comprises a moon: "eceate" Cabie Technical Data Frequency Range: i- Memory Channels: Fender-c, Range {i-?inr; Typical RF C-utpu": 3095:? 1-2: ngi? thav?r?el Spacing :5 "ic cf Channels: I-imer?sicr432.46 196 ?33in?3,? .rzitage ICC-14C =93 L- -4: Clo-"em Draw" Star-1:, I (LA 3C :vcuz-a? T'ai?sr?! 2; ugh-.51 Cue-3mg TemCE'atu'e Ranger ~33; +60- "43* Duty C?w?llei 155?: Eczemai Self-1018709 :c be aye-Jed: . HF: -3r?-d 1'7: 323?le "?5432 4-5-1 493325?in Ca 512 .HF 4:3 hin 11.5 .12.:in Li

Summary of Special Equipment Requirements Passive Communications Monitoring Equipment Monitoring- and Direction Finding System Compact two-channel monitoring and direction finding system (base unit includes waterproof housing with RF module (9 to 3.5 control PC, power supply, heater and communications)

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