Rules of Engagement

#1
What are the current Rules Of Engagement in Afghanistan at present? I am asking out of genuine curiosity regarding the safety of our Lads and Lasses. Unless of course they are classified?
 
#2
The collecting of ears should be done surreptitiously!
 
#3
'Whatever you do, don't get caught doing it' - or a variation thereof.

I doubt you'll have too many disclosing the current RoE.
 
#6
What are the current Rules Of Engagement in Afghanistan at present? I am asking out of genuine curiosity regarding the safety of our Lads and Lasses. Unless of course they are classified?
They are RESTRICTED.
 
#10
All potential engagements must be preceded by the issue of a questionnaire cunningly worded to ascertain if the potential target questioned is in fact on the 'other side'. Engagement may only occur after said questionnaire has been completed, signed by both the questioned and potential engager and faxed to HQ ISAF for clearance.

Clearance forms are done in triplicate, a copy for the War Diary, copy for the engager and a copy to pinned to the front of the engaged target.

To avoid delays in engagements (and therefore avoid a protracted campaign) confirmation of engagement status is issued by express courier.

Should an authorised engagement not result in a dead target - the form that should be on the target must be returned to HQ ISAF (by fax) for countersignatures.

Retrieving this form under these circumstances is proving to be problematic; LEGAD is working on a system where fled targets can return forms by prepaid envelope.
 
#11
All potential engagements must be preceded by the issue of a questionnaire cunningly worded to ascertain if the potential target questioned is in fact on the 'other side'. Engagement may only occur after said questionnaire has been completed, signed by both the questioned and potential engager and faxed to HQ ISAF for clearance.

Clearance forms are done in triplicate, a copy for the War Diary, copy for the engager and a copy to pinned to the front of the engaged target.

To avoid delays in engagements (and therefore avoid a protracted campaign) confirmation of engagement status is issued by express courier.

Should an authorised engagement not result in a dead target - the form that should be on the target must be returned to HQ ISAF (by fax) for countersignatures.

Retrieving this form under these circumstances is proving to be problematic; LEGAD is working on a system where fled targets can return forms by prepaid envelope.
All forms have to be submitted 14 days in advance of said contact as Army legal have to confirm all legalities first.

STILTS
 
#12
If they're a muslim you get to kill them, no worries at all.
 
#15
All forms have to be submitted 14 days in advance of said contact as Army legal have to confirm all legalities first.

STILTS
Don't forget the risk assessments.
 
#18
All potential engagements must be preceded by the issue of a questionnaire cunningly worded to ascertain if the potential target questioned is in fact on the 'other side'. Engagement may only occur after said questionnaire has been completed, signed by both the questioned and potential engager and faxed to HQ ISAF for clearance.

Clearance forms are done in triplicate, a copy for the War Diary, copy for the engager and a copy to pinned to the front of the engaged target.

To avoid delays in engagements (and therefore avoid a protracted campaign) confirmation of engagement status is issued by express courier.

Should an authorised engagement not result in a dead target - the form that should be on the target must be returned to HQ ISAF (by fax) for countersignatures.

Retrieving this form under these circumstances is proving to be problematic; LEGAD is working on a system where fled targets can return forms by prepaid envelope.[QUOTE/


With this government in charge, the above would be not surprising if it was true, Sad aint it?
 
#19
Shoot any **** with a tea towel on his heed.
As has been pointed out before at cultural awareness briefings that you clearly missed.

The traditional head-dress is not a tea-towel so it is culturally offensive to address the wearer as a towel head.

Neither is it a rag so please do not use the term rag-head.

The correct description of material in the head-dress is a sheet, therefore the wearer should be referred to as a .... err!
 

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