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[CONFLICT] La República: President Vizcarra denies Baroja regime accusations of Peruvian intervention in Ecuador as "Little Green Men" appear in support of opposition uprisings across the protest-torn country Operación Cajamarca

2020.06.24 02:09 ElysianDreams [CONFLICT] La República: President Vizcarra denies Baroja regime accusations of Peruvian intervention in Ecuador as "Little Green Men" appear in support of opposition uprisings across the protest-torn country Operación Cajamarca

La República

GALLERY: "Little Green Men" claiming to be Ecuadorian opposition members and alleged by Ecuador to be Peruvian soldiers stand guard at Aeropuerto Internacional Coronel Carlos Concha Torres in Esmeraldas, Ecuador

President Vizcarra denies Baroja regime accusations of Peruvian intervention in Ecuador as "Little Green Men" appear in support of opposition forces across the protest-torn country

Major blackouts and regional communications outages have been reported as armed men and women claiming to be members of the Ecuadorian opposition seize critical infrastructure
Redacción :
Alessandra Alvarez Wong
3 marzo 2029 08:30 h
LIMA - President Martin Vizcarra today denied accusations by the Baroja government in Ecuador of an armed Peruvian intervention in the protest-torn country, as Ecuadorians wake up to "Little Green Men" claiming to be in support of opposition parties patrolling critical infrastructure.
"The Fuerzas Armadas exist solely to protect the Peruvian people and defend the country's sovereignty," stated Vizcarra, "and that situation has not changed."
"Any rumours of an intervention in Ecuador by the Peruvian military are categorically false," he continued, "and are the feeble attempts of a collapsing regime to blame outside interference for the consequences of their own sins."
Hundreds of protesters have been killed by the Baroja regime in what has been described as "the worst political massacre in [...] a decade," and a spree of protests coordinated by opposition politicians have seen mass incidents of police brutality and allegations of further extrajudicial killings.
Peru has called for the Baroja regime to step down and give way to free and open democratic elections, a request that has been rejected by the current left-wing government - which instead arrested opposition politicians and protest leaders in what has been denounced as a "red terror" reminiscent of a cultural revolution.
Major blackouts and regional communications outages have been reported across Ecuador, amid rumours of Peruvian armoured brigades mobilizing along the border and Marina de Guerra warships spotted off the Ecuadorian coastline. Vizcarra summarily dismissed these reports as "fake news," suggesting that the Baroja regime is inventing enemies in order to distract from its own mass killings of peaceful demonstrators.
TEMAS: [Ecuador] [#NoMas Movement] [Little Green Men]

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TRÁFICO URGENTE COMUNICADO A: FUERZA DE INTERVENCIÓN "HUASCAR" OPERACIÓN CAJAMARCA POR EL COMANDO GENERAL DE: MINISTERIO DE DEFENSA NACIONAL EDIFICIO QUINONES - LIMA MENSAJE COMIENZA: 
From General de División Pariwana Suarez Mayhuasca, Ejército del Peru, Commanding Officer, Fuerza de Intervención "Huascar"
With the human rights and security situation in Ecuador continuing to deteriorate, as the socialist Baroja regime massacres protesters and commits countless atrocities against a rapidly mobilizing opposition movement, the Ministry of National Defence and the Office of the President has authorized an intervention by the Fuerzas Armadas aimed at restoring democracy and removing the current Ecuadorian administration.
In the interests of maintaining regional stability and minimizing blowback, the force assigned to this intervention will not carry national insignia or any markings identifying them as being members of the Peruvian military. Instead, force personnel will display a stylized solar eclipse symbol as an identifying marking. Peru will deny any involvement in this operation until it becomes politically impossible to do so.
Congratulations. From this moment forward, we are all "little green men".
In conjunction with DINI active measures and maskirovka operations, your commands are to actively degrade the ability of the Baroja regime to control Ecuadorian territory and counter the opposition, while liberating major population centres in southern Ecuador in conjunction with local opposition militias and civilian authorities. Key infrastructure will be seized in order to cut Ecuador off from the outside world and place immediate economic pressure on the Baroja regime to surrender.
All armed individuals or groups in the region are to be treated as lawful combatants, with all the privileges that entails. Any prisoners shall be kept for trial by civilian authorities at a later date. We would much rather not have any war crimes investigations once this all dies down.
You have your orders. Make it so.
TRÁFICO URGENTE COMANDOS DEL DIA FUERZA DE INTERVENCIÓN "HUASCAR" MENSAJE COMIENZA: 
Quote of the day: And Great Viracocha, Born of Seafoam, bade forth to arise a race of giants, born from stone and earth; yet they were loathesome and cumbersome, and so Great Viracocha, Lord of All, bade them destroyed by a flood.

OPERACIÓN CAJAMARCA

Objective 1 Neutralizing the Ecuadorian Navy: Guayaquil

MAP: MV Zahara's Rest will dock at Puerto Maritimo Guayaquil (south), with an embarked artillery battery firing on the Armada del Ecuador's main naval base (north) to neutralize its fleet and the base marine contingent.
Guayaquil is the Ecuador's second-largest city, and its main seaport linking it to the outside world. It is also home to the Ecuadorian Navy, a relatively small force that nonetheless may prove a threat to Peruvian merchant shipping due to a number of Exocet-armed corvettes and attack craft. As such, in order to ensure that Op. CAJAMARCA may proceed uninhibited, the Armada del Ecuador must be neutralized.
A Panama-flagged cargo ship christened the MV Zahara's Rest departing from the port of Ilo and stopping in Lima will arrive at the port of Guayaquil - ostensibly carrying refined metals and raw construction materials, but in actuality having a company-strength contingent of Peruvian special forces embarked.
Once docked at Guayaquil, the Peruvian commandos will disembark under cover of nightfall and set up defensive positions around the Zahara's Rest, as well as a battery of 105mm howitzers and 107mm & 81mm mortars. DINI clandestine operations are expected to result in a blackout in Guayaquil at the time of the operation's start, which should disable surveillance cameras around the port.
A platoon of commandos will establish overwatch positions along Av. 25 de Julio just opposite the gates of the naval base, acting as forward sentries in case any Ecuadorian troops attempt to secure the port.
Commercial off-the-shelf UAVs will be used to establish a bird's eye view of the naval base; given the relatively short (1.5km) distance between the MV Zahara's Rest and the naval pier, most DJI quadcopter drones can easily maintain station for upwards of half an hour.
Should DINI efforts to convince the Ecuadorian navy to "flip" to the side of the opposition fail, then the light artillery battery will be tasked with firing upon and neutralizing whatever ships are in port at the time - which is expected to be most of them, given that the recent political unrest in Ecuador means the Baroja regime would want to have its military on-station and ready to crush any opposition protests or unrest.
Commercially-available RF jammers will be employed to impose a communications blackout on the naval base in the event that they try to call for help as well as to disrupt the coordination of an organized response, giving us more time to bombard the base.
The main targets here are the two Type 209/1300 attack submarines (circled 1&2, northern pier) operated by the Ecuadorian Navy, as well as whatever warships seem operational at the time along with damage-control teams and marine barracks.
In the lead-up to this alpha strike, two Marina de Guerra attack submarines, two frigates, and the flagship BAP Almirante Grau DDG will sail under radio silence to block off the two approaches to Guayaquil on either side of the Isla Puna, with one SSK and FFG taking station on each side, respectively, and the Almirante Grau joining the northern group.
Embarked helicopters will run ASW operations to screen for the two Ecuadorian SSKs should they not have been neutralized in the artillery bombardment, and to counter any possible sortie from Guayaquil by surviving warships. Once the submarine threat is confirmed to be neutralized, the three surface warships will make their way partially up the river to provide air defence cover for ground forces against the Ecuadorian Air Force's fleet of Atlas Cheetah fighters operating out of Taura Air Base, only a few dozen kilometres from Guayaquil.
The Aegis combat system and SM-2 Block IIIB/IV surface-to-air missiles onboard the Almirante Grau will essentially turn Guayaquil into a no-fly-zone - which just so happens to also ground half of the Ecuadorian air force. Win-win for us.
MAP: The Marina de Guerra's submarines and surface vessels (red X) will block off the two approaches to Guayaquil on either side of Isla Puna in anticipation of a possible Armada del Ecuador sortie from their naval base. Once the submarine threat is confirmed neutralized, the BAP Almirante Grau DDG and two Carvajal-class FFGs will make their way up the river to provide cover for ground forces against Ecuadorian Cheetah fighters operating out of Taura (blue X)
Additional reinforcements will arrive by commandeered civilian cargo ships over the next day, with an overall force size of approximately two battalions being deployed around the port area. Combined with naval gunfire support, it is hoped that they will be able to hold out against the limited Ecuadorian army presence in the city.
ORBAT - Guayaquil
Fuerza Especial "Chifa"
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
A Squadron, 7th Commando Battalion Special Forces 120 4x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 12x DJI Mavic Pro UAV MV Zahara's Rest
C Detachment, 8th Field Artillery Group Field Artillery 60 4x 81mm mortar, 4x 107mm mortar, 2x M101A1 105mm howitzer MV Zahara's Rest
B Detachment, 8th Anti-Air Artillery Battalion Air Defence 10 2x ZU-23-2 AAA MV Zahara's Rest
3rd Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x AMX-13 Light Tank, 56x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar Second wave
6th Reconnaissance Battalion Armoured Reconnaissance 400 36x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x CIDEP Ricuk URAV, 12x Spike-LR ATGM Second wave
Name Class Type Pennant Number Notes
BAP Almirante Grau Sejong the Great-Class Guided Missile Destroyer DM-81 Flagship, 2x helicopter
BAP Montero Carvajal-Class Guided Missile Frigate FM-53 1x helicopter
BAP Mariategui Carvajal-Class Guided Missile Frigate FM-54 1x helicopter
BAP Chimborazo Improved Oyashio-Class SSK SS-39 Former Narushio
BAP Mawlli Ch'iraqi Improved Oyashio-Class SSK SS-40 Former Kuroshio
TOTALS
Unit Initial + reinforcements (Total)
Personnel 190 + 1200 (1390)
AMX-13 light tank 0 + 20 (20)
DISCA Vicuna IMV 4 + 92 (96)
81mm mortar 4 + 6 (10)
107mm mortar 4 (4)
M101A1 105mm howitzer 2 (2)
ZU-23-2 AAA 2 (2)
Spike-LR ATGM 0 + 12 (12)
DJI Mavic Pro UAV 12 (12)
CIDEP Ricuk URAV 0 + 6 (6)
Sejong the Great DDG 1
Carvajal FFG 2
Oyashio SSK 2
ASW Helicopter 4

Objective 2 Carpe Jugulum: Esmeraldas

MAP: Peruvian marines land to seize the pipeline terminus (west), seaport (centre), and Esmeraldas Airport (east); artillery landing at the pipeline terminus fires to suppress the Ecuadorian Army battalion to the south (yellow X)
The city of Esmeraldas in northern Ecuador is the country's second-largest port, and is the terminus of the crucial Trans-Ecuador oil pipeline which supplies 46% of Ecuador's exports by value and is a major economic lifeline for the regime.
It also just so happens that 1 Marine Expeditionary Brigade is passing by on their way back from training in the Sierra Federal Republic. How convenient!
The three Makassar-Class LPDs and single LST assigned to 1MEB will approach Esmeraldas from the north under cover of night, landing troops at three locations:
  1. Balao Oil Terminal (west) - the terminus of Ecuador's oil pipeline network, and critical for the regime's revenues.
    • 2nd Naval Infantry Battalion "Guardia Chalaca" (Tifon-2a MBT, BMR-600 APC)
    • Artillery Battalion "Capitán de Navío Juan Guillermo More Ruíz" (122mm howitzer, 120mm mortar)
  2. Puerto Maritimo del Esmeraldas (centre) - to permit future reinforcements by ship
    • 1st Naval Infantry Battalion "Guarnición de Marina" (LAV II IFV)
    • 1st Naval Combat Engineer Battalion
  3. Aeropuerto Internacional Coronel Carlos Concha Torres (east) - to secure a runway from which reinforcements and supplies can be flown in by C-390 Millennium
    • Commando Battalion "Teniente Primero Leoncio Prado Gutierrez" (DISCA Vicuna IMV)
The Esmeraldas metropolitan region has two military installations: the Subcomando de Guardacostas Norte at the port, and the Batallon de Infanteria Motorizada Terrestre Bimot south of the oil terminus. While the former can be politely dealt with by asking them nicely to not resist, the latter will be taken under artillery fire from the marine artillery battalion landing at the Balao Oil Terminal.
MAP: The distance between the beach at Balao and the Ecuadorian infantry battalion is approximately 5.5 kilometres - close enough to be taken under artillery fire with commercial UAVs providing overwatch
Once the airport is secured and the Ecuadorian army battalion is engaged, reinforcements and supplies may be flown in by C-390 Millennium transports in order to build up defenses and prepare for an eventual counterattack by Ecuadorian armoured units garrisoned at the capital Quito - who would need to approach from either the E15 or E20 highways (east and south, respectively).
MAP: path taken by C-390 transports to avoid potential Ecuadorian air defences
ORBAT - Esmeraldas
1 Marine Expeditionary Brigade
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
1st Naval Infantry Battalion "Guarnición de Marina" Marines 400 16x LAV-II IFV ANCON
2nd Naval Infantry Battalion "Guardia Chalaca" Marines 400 4x Tifon-2a MBT, 12x BMR-600 APC ANCON
Commando Battalion "Teniente Primero Leoncio Prado Gutierrez" Special Forces 300 12x DISCA Vicuna IMV ANCON
Artillery Battalion "Capitán de Navío Juan Guillermo More Ruíz" Field Artillery 200 8x D-30 122mm howitzer, 12x Soltam 120mm mortar, 4x DJI Mavic Pro UAV ANCON
1st Naval Combat Engineer Battalion Combat Engineering 200 ANCON
Name Class Type Pennant Number Notes
BAP Pisco Makassar-Class LPD AMP-156 450 troops, 14x IFV, 2x LCVP, 2x SH-3 Sea King
BAP Paita Makassar-Class LPD AMP-157 450 troops, 14x IFV, 2x LCVP, 2x SH-3 Sea King
BAP Callao Makassar-Class LPD AMP-158 450 troops, 14x IFV, 2x LCVP, 2x SH-3 Sea King
BAP Eten Terrebonne Parish-Class LST DT-144 400 troops, 4x IFV, 4x LCVP
Reinforcements flown in
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
845 Squadron Transport 120 6x C-390 Embraer Millennium SULLANA
9th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x AMX-13 Light Tank, 56x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar SULLANA
4th Reconnaissance Battalion Armoured Reconnaissance 400 36x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x CIDEP Ricuk URAV, 12x Spike-LR ATGM SULLANA
4th Field Artillery Group Field Artillery 200 24x SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer, 4x ZU-23-2 AAA SULLANA
TOTALS
Unit Initial + reinforcements (Total)
Personnel 1500 + 1400 (2900)
Tifon-2a MBT 4 (4)
AMX-13 Light Tank 0 + 20 (20)
LAV II IFV 16 (16)
BMR-600 APC 12 (12)
DISCA Vicuna IMV 12 + 92 (104)
D-30 122mm howitzer 8 (8)
Soltam 120mm mortar 12 (12)
81mm mortar 0 + 6 (6)
SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer 0 + 24 (24)
ZU-23-2 AAA 0 + 4 (4)
Spike-LR ATGM 0 + 12 (12)
DJI Mavic Pro UAV 4 (4)
CIDEP Ricuk URAV 0 + 6 (6)
Makassar LPD 3
Terrebonne Parish LST 1
C-390 Millennium 0 + 6 (6)
Sea King helicopter 6 (6)

Objective 3 Causing a distraction: Quito

The Ecuadorian Army's sole armoured brigade is garrisoned at the capital of Quito - within striking distance of Esmeraldas, and equipped with enough Leopard I tanks and armoured cars to give us a major headache. It's probably best if we can keep them distracted as long as possible, so that our own forces can dig in and prepare to fend off any attacks.
As such, before the first attacks happen and on the same evening, a battalion of commandos will be dispatched to Quito onboard a pair of chartered LATAM Peru Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners flying from Lima and Arequipa, respectively. The flights will be broadcasting conventional squawk codes and will be commercially scheduled, thus masquerading as normal flights until the first commandos disembark the aircraft and storm the terminal.
A pair of separate Cielo Airlines DC-10-30F cargo flights will also land at about the same time, carrying additional supplies and light strike vehicles.
MAP: Quito International Airport is serviced only by a single 4-lane highway winding between mountain peaks, making it remarkably easy to defend from mechanized forces
With local communications and power networks experiencing intermittent outages, the hope is that they'll be able to seize control of the airport and establish defensive positions overwatching the two airport approaches before local authorities are notified and able to properly respond. A wide selection of ATGMs, RPGs, and other assorted heavy weaponry will be delivered via the aforementioned DC-10s, as well as some light mortars and UAVs.
While the bulk of the commandos secure the airport and fend off the expected counterattack, a team of DINI agents accompanying them onboard the flights will obtain civilian transport (pickup trucks, cars, whatever) and load onto them a variety of small arms and ordnance. From there, these vehicles will be driven into Quito proper and parked close to known protest locations.
DINI online PSYOPs will then publicize the locations of these arms caches on social media known to be utilized by demonstrators and opposition members, with the hope that at least some of them get into the hands of opposition forces - who in turn can fight back against the regime thugs who have abused them for years.
If it looks like the Ecuadorian army at Quito will easily crush whatever armed opposition there is, then the commandos will be ordered to hold them off as long as possible before boarding their planes and getting out of there - evacuating either to Esmeraldas or to neutral Colombia.
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
29th Commando Battalion Special Forces 600 60x Spike ATGM, 6x light strike vehicle CALLAO
DINI agents Special Forces, ish? 60 Civilian transportation CALLAO

Objective 4 Clearing the way: SEAD

This one will be pretty straightforward. DINI SIGINT operations should have identified a number of Ecuadorian air defence radars and installations along the Peru-Ecuador border and in other areas of interest. Now our Su-25UB attack aircraft, equipped with Kh-58 anti-radiation missiles, will clear a corridor along the coastal plains between Tumbes, Peru and Guayaquil, Ecuador.
F/A-18H Yellowjacket fighters will escort them, though what limited Ecuadorian fighters exist should be grounded by the Almirante Grau on station off the coast. The goal here is to render Ecuador's high command blind and deaf, enabling further air operations in support of Op. CAJAMARCA and local opposition on the ground.
MAP: SEAD operations will occur along the coastal plains between Tumbes, Peru and Guayaquil.
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
112 Squadron "Tigers" Ground Attack 200 18x Su-25UB Kh-58 ARM
612 Squadron "Fighting Roosters" Fighters 200 12x F/A-18H Yellowjacket Outfitted for air-to-air

Objective 5 Coastal Hook: Machala & Puerto Bolivar

The port of Puerto Bolivar, located within the municipality of Machala near the Peru-Ecuador border, is apparently Ecuador's biggest banana export terminus, and one of the largest in the world. Yeah, that's it. Not super impressive, really, but it's along the coastal highway towards Guayaquil, and is a decently major population centre. Might as well take it, and try to cut the Baroja regime off from the coast entirely.
MAP: Peruvian Marines operating littoral craft and LCUs will execute a coastal hook (red) to capture the port of Puerto Bolivar, Machala; local opposition is limited to an artillery battalion at El Cambio
Escorted by the BAP Palacios guided missile frigate, a battalion of Peruvian marines and special forces will execute a landing at Puerto Bolivar under cover of darkness, transported in fast littoral craft, LCUs, and RHIBs. Initial opposition is expected to be minimal, with only a single artillery battallion stationed at the El Cambio district several kilometres away. Naval gunfire support from the Palacios' 127mm gun will be made available should it be required, but communications blackouts and radio jamming is expected to keep them in the dark and unaware of the Peruvian presence until daybreak.
With this fait accompli, local opposition members will hopefully rise up and throw off the chains of their oppressors - bolstered by DINI PSYOPS and reassurances of similar operations occurring across the country.
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
Commando Squadron "Fuerza Delta" Special Forces 240 12x DISCA Vicuna IMV TUMBES
3rd Naval Infantry Battalion "Combatientes de Punta Malpelo" Marines 400 16x LAV-II IFV TUMBES
Name Class Type Pennant Number Notes
BAP Palacios Carvajal-Class Guided Missile Frigate FM-56 1x helicopter

Objective 6 Just the tip: Naranjal

And on the Second Day, He created the Evening and the Morning.
With the path to Guayaquil more-or-less covered by Fuerza Aérea strike squadrons and air defence coverage from the Almirante Grau, and with Ecuadorian forces in disarray - forced to respond to crises erupting across their country - the main arm of the Ejército Peruano will cross the border in force into Ecuador's coastal plains.
The 1st Infantry Brigade and 1st Armoured Cavalry Brigade, staging from the border city of Tumbes, will proceed into Ecuador along the Pan-American Highway, bypassing border towns and cutting off isolated pockets of resistance along the way. The 7th Infantry Brigade and 32nd Infantry Brigade - made up primarily of motorized infantry battalions - will mop up behind them and provide rear area security as required.
The heavy IFVs and main battle tanks available to the 1st Arm. Cav. Bde. will be crucial to stymieing Ecuadorian resistance, backed up by close air support furnished by Su-25UBs and Mi-35 attack helicopters arriving from Arequipa.
The main objective of this thrust is the city of Naranjal, situated just before the crossroads of a major highway linking the mountain city of Cuenca with Guayaquil. Three Ecuadorian army brigades are garrisoned at Cuenca, and it will be crucial to keep them from reinforcing their comrades in Guayaquil or from breaking through to the coastal plains. With URAVs and airpower maintaining overwatch over the region, Peruvian forces can easily react to any counteroffensives.
**MAP: Conventional "Opposition" armoured forces will push along the coastal plains to Naranjal (red), cutting off any potential counterattack by Ecuadorian infantry brigades from Cuenca (yellow); Fuerza Aérea air support will operate from Tumbes airport (blue X)
Armed opposition groups will also be contacted and coordinated from Naranjal, with the hope being to build up a sizable base of support from which to liberate the rest of Ecuador.
1st Armoured Cavalry Brigade
HQ: SULLANA
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Squadron Headquarters & SIgnals 120 SULLANA
5th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Hunter AFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar SULLANA
6th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Hunter AFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar SULLANA
7th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Hunter AFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar SULLANA
31st Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Hunter AFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar SULLANA
51st Reconnaissance Battalion Armoured Reconnaissance 400 36x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x CIDEP Ricuk URAV, 12x Spike-LR ATGM SULLANA
51st Artillery Group Field Artillery 400 27x SSPH Primus 155mm SPH, 9x Astros II MLRS SULLANA
51st Armoured Engineer Battalion Combat Engineering 600 48x DISCA Vicuna IMV SULLANA
51st Service Group Combat Service Support 600 SULLANA
1st Infantry Brigade
HQ: TUMBES
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Coy. Headquarters & Signals 120 TUMBES
223rd Tank Battalion Armour 600 25x Tifon-2a MBT TUMBES
3rd Infantry Battalion Mechanized Infantry 1000 72x Bionix II IFV ZORRITOS
5th Infantry Battalion Mechanized Infantry 1000 80x UR-416 APC ZARUMILLA
51st Infantry Battalion Mechanized Infantry 1000 60x M113A1 APC TUMBES
1st Field Artillery Group Field Artillery 200 24x SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer TUMBES
1st Service Battalion Combat Service Support 600 TUMBES
7th Infantry Brigade
HQ: LAMBAYEQUE
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Coy. Headquarters & Signals 120 LAMBAYEQUE
13th Infantry Battalion Motorized Infantry 1000 LAMBAYEQUE
17th Infantry Battalion Motorized Infantry 1000 CAJAMARCA
20th Infantry Battalion Motorized Infantry 1000 CHICLAYO
7th Field Artillery Group Field Artillery 200 24x M101A1 105mm howitzer LAMBAYEQUE
7th Service Battalion Combat Service Support 600 LAMBAYEQUE
32nd Infantry Brigade
HQ: TRUJILLO
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Coy. Headquarters & Signals 120 TRUJILLO
321st Infantry Battalion Mechanized Infantry 1000 60x Fiat 6616 IFV TRUJILLO
322nd Infantry Battalion Mechanized Infantry 1000 60x Fiat 6616 IFV TRUJILLO
323rd Infantry Battalion Motorized Infantry 1000 TRUJILLO
32nd Field Artillery Group Field Artillery 200 24x M101A1 105mm howitzer TRUJILLO
32nd Service Battalion Combat Service Support 600 TRUJILLO
Airwing
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
112 Squadron "Tigers" Ground Attack 200 18x Su-25UB
211 Squadron "Dragons" Attack Helicopters 200 16x Mi-35P
612 Squadron "Fighting Roosters" Fighters 200 12x F/A-18H Yellowjacket
711 Squadron "Scorpions" Light Attack 200 20x Cessna A-37
TOTALS
Unit Numbers
Personnel 17,680
Tifon-2a MBT 105
Hunter AFV 120
Bionix II IFV 72
Fiat 6616 IFV 120
UR-416 APC 80
M113A1 APC 60
DISCA Vicuna IMV 188
SSPH Primus 155mm SPH 27
SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer 24
M101A1 105mm howitzer 48
81mm mortar 24
Astros II MLRS 9
CIDEP Ricuk URAV 6
Su-25UB attack aircraft 18
Cessna A-37 light attack aircraft 20
F/A-18H Yellowjacket multirole 12
Mi-35P attack helicopter 16
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2020.06.23 18:19 ElysianDreams [CONFLICT] Operación Cajamarca

La República

GALLERY: "Little Green Men" claiming to be Ecuadorian opposition members and alleged by Ecuador to be Peruvian soldiers stand guard at Aeropuerto Internacional Coronel Carlos Concha Torres in Esmeraldas, Ecuador

President Vizcarra denies Baroja regime accusations of Peruvian intervention in Ecuador as "Little Green Men" appear in support of opposition forces across the protest-torn country

Major blackouts and regional communications outages have been reported as armed men and women claiming to be members of the Ecuadorian opposition seize critical infrastructure
Redacción :
Alessandra Alvarez Wong
5 Mayo 2029 08:30 h
LIMA - President Martin Vizcarra today denied accusations by the Baroja government in Ecuador of an armed Peruvian intervention in the protest-torn country, as Ecuadorians wake up to "Little Green Men" claiming to be in support of opposition parties patrolling critical infrastructure.
"The Fuerzas Armadas exist solely to protect the Peruvian people and defend the country's sovereignty," stated Vizcarra, "and that situation has not changed."
"Any rumours of an intervention in Ecuador by the Peruvian military are categorically false," he continued, "and are the feeble attempts of a collapsing regime to blame outside interference for the consequences of their own sins."
Hundreds of protesters have been killed by the Baroja regime in what has been described as "the worst political massacre in [...] a decade," and a spree of protests coordinated by opposition politicians have seen mass incidents of police brutality and allegations of further extrajudicial killings.
Peru has called for the Baroja regime to step down and give way to free and open democratic elections, a request that has been rejected by the current left-wing government - which instead arrested opposition politicians and protest leaders in what has been denounced as a "red terror" reminiscent of a cultural revolution.
Major blackouts and regional communications outages have been reported across Ecuador, amid rumours of Peruvian armoured brigades mobilizing along the border and Marina de Guerra warships spotted off the Ecuadorian coastline. Vizcarra summarily dismissed these reports as "fake news," suggesting that the Baroja regime is inventing enemies in order to distract from its own mass killings of peaceful demonstrators.
TEMAS: [Ecuador] [#NoMas Movement] [Little Green Men]

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TRÁFICO URGENTE COMUNICADO A: FUERZA DE INTERVENCIÓN "HUASCAR" OPERACIÓN CAJAMARCA POR EL COMANDO GENERAL DE: MINISTERIO DE DEFENSA NACIONAL EDIFICIO QUINONES - LIMA MENSAJE COMIENZA: 
From General de División Pariwana Suarez Mayhuasca, Ejército del Peru, Commanding Officer, Fuerza de Intervención "Huascar"
With the human rights and security situation in Ecuador continuing to deteriorate, as the socialist Baroja regime massacres protesters and commits countless atrocities against a rapidly mobilizing opposition movement, the Ministry of National Defence and the Office of the President has authorized an intervention by the Fuerzas Armadas aimed at restoring democracy and removing the current Ecuadorian administration.
In the interests of maintaining regional stability and minimizing blowback, the force assigned to this intervention will not carry national insignia or any markings identifying them as being members of the Peruvian military. Instead, force personnel will display a stylized solar eclipse symbol as an identifying marking. Peru will deny any involvement in this operation until it becomes politically impossible to do so.
Congratulations. From this moment forward, we are all "little green men".
In conjunction with DINI active measures and maskirovka operations, your commands are to actively degrade the ability of the Baroja regime to control Ecuadorian territory and counter the opposition, while liberating major population centres in southern Ecuador in conjunction with local opposition militias and civilian authorities. Key infrastructure will be seized in order to cut Ecuador off from the outside world and place immediate economic pressure on the Baroja regime to surrender.
All armed individuals or groups in the region are to be treated as lawful combatants, with all the privileges that entails. Any prisoners shall be kept for trial by civilian authorities at a later date. We would much rather not have any war crimes investigations once this all dies down.
You have your orders. Make it so.
TRÁFICO URGENTE COMANDOS DEL DIA FUERZA DE INTERVENCIÓN "HUASCAR" MENSAJE COMIENZA: 
Quote of the day: And Great Viracocha, Born of Seafoam, bade forth to arise a race of giants, born from stone and earth; yet they were loathesome and cumbersome, and so Great Viracocha, Lord of All, bade them destroyed by a flood.

[OPERACIÓN CAJAMARCA](PLACEHOLDER.PNG)

Objective 1 Neutralizing the Ecuadorian Navy: Guayaquil

MAP: MV Zahara's Rest will dock at Puerto Maritimo Guayaquil (south), with an embarked artillery battery firing on the Armada del Ecuador's main naval base (north) to neutralize its fleet and the base marine contingent.
Guayaquil is the Ecuador's second-largest city, and its main seaport linking it to the outside world. It is also home to the Ecuadorian Navy, a relatively small force that nonetheless may prove a threat to Peruvian merchant shipping due to a number of Exocet-armed corvettes and attack craft. As such, in order to ensure that Op. CAJAMARCA may proceed uninhibited, the Armada del Ecuador must be neutralized.
A Panama-flagged cargo ship christened the MV Zahara's Rest departing from the port of Ilo and stopping in Lima will arrive at the port of Guayaquil - ostensibly carrying refined metals and raw construction materials, but in actuality having a company-strength contingent of Peruvian special forces embarked.
Once docked at Guayaquil, the Peruvian commandos will disembark under cover of nightfall and set up defensive positions around the Zahara's Rest, as well as a battery of 105mm howitzers and 107mm & 81mm mortars. DINI clandestine operations are expected to result in a blackout in Guayaquil at the time of the operation's start, which should disable surveillance cameras around the port.
A platoon of commandos will establish overwatch positions along Av. 25 de Julio just opposite the gates of the naval base, acting as forward sentries in case any Ecuadorian troops attempt to secure the port.
Commercial off-the-shelf UAVs will be used to establish a bird's eye view of the naval base; given the relatively short (1.5km) distance between the MV Zahara's Rest and the naval pier, most DJI quadcopter drones can easily maintain station for upwards of half an hour.
Should DINI efforts to convince the Ecuadorian navy to "flip" to the side of the opposition fail, then the light artillery battery will be tasked with firing upon and neutralizing whatever ships are in port at the time - which is expected to be most of them, given that the recent political unrest in Ecuador means the Baroja regime would want to have its military on-station and ready to crush any opposition protests or unrest.
Commercially-available RF jammers will be employed to impose a communications blackout on the naval base in the event that they try to call for help as well as to disrupt the coordination of an organized response, giving us more time to bombard the base.
The main targets here are the two Type 209/1300 attack submarines (circled 1&2, northern pier) operated by the Ecuadorian Navy, as well as whatever warships seem operational at the time along with damage-control teams and marine barracks.
In the lead-up to this alpha strike, two Marina de Guerra attack submarines, two frigates, and the flagship BAP Almirante Grau DDG will sail under radio silence to block off the two approaches to Guayaquil on either side of the Isla Puna, with one SSK and FFG taking station on each side, respectively, and the Almirante Grau joining the northern group.
Embarked helicopters will run ASW operations to screen for the two Ecuadorian SSKs should they not have been neutralized in the artillery bombardment, and to counter any possible sortie from Guayaquil by surviving warships. Once the submarine threat is confirmed to be neutralized, the three surface warships will make their way partially up the river to provide air defence cover for ground forces against the Ecuadorian Air Force's fleet of Atlas Cheetah fighters operating out of Taura Air Base, only a few dozen kilometres from Guayaquil.
The Aegis combat system and SM-2 Block IIIB/IV surface-to-air missiles onboard the Almirante Grau will essentially turn Guayaquil into a no-fly-zone - which just so happens to also ground half of the Ecuadorian air force. Win-win for us.
MAP: The Marina de Guerra's submarines and surface vessels (red X) will block off the two approaches to Guayaquil on either side of Isla Puna in anticipation of a possible Armada del Ecuador sortie from their naval base. Once the submarine threat is confirmed neutralized, the BAP Almirante Grau DDG and two Carvajal-class FFGs will make their way up the river to provide cover for ground forces against Ecuadorian Cheetah fighters operating out of Taura (blue X)
Additional reinforcements will arrive by commandeered civilian cargo ships over the next day, with an overall force size of approximately two battalions being deployed around the port area. Combined with naval gunfire support, it is hoped that they will be able to hold out against the limited Ecuadorian army presence in the city.
ORBAT - Guayaquil
Fuerza Especial "Chifa"
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
A Squadron, 7th Commando Battalion Special Forces 120 4x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 12x DJI Mavic Pro UAV MV Zahara's Rest
C Detachment, 8th Field Artillery Group Field Artillery 60 4x 81mm mortar, 4x 107mm mortar, 2x M101A1 105mm howitzer MV Zahara's Rest
B Detachment, 8th Anti-Air Artillery Battalion Air Defence 10 2x ZU-23-2 AAA MV Zahara's Rest
3rd Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x AMX-13 Light Tank, 56x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar Second wave
6th Reconnaissance Battalion Armoured Reconnaissance 400 36x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x CIDEP Ricuk URAV, 12x Spike-LR ATGM Second wave
Name Class Type Pennant Number Notes
BAP Almirante Grau Sejong the Great-Class Guided Missile Destroyer DM-81 Flagship, 2x helicopter
BAP Montero Carvajal-Class Guided Missile Frigate FM-53 1x helicopter
BAP Mariategui Carvajal-Class Guided Missile Frigate FM-54 1x helicopter
BAP Chimborazo Improved Oyashio-Class SSK SS-39 Former Narushio
BAP Mawlli Ch'iraqi Improved Oyashio-Class SSK SS-40 Former Kuroshio
TOTALS
Unit Initial + reinforcements (Total)
Personnel 190 + 1200 (1390)
AMX-13 light tank 0 + 20 (20)
DISCA Vicuna IMV 4 + 92 (96)
81mm mortar 4 + 6 (10)
107mm mortar 4 (4)
M101A1 105mm howitzer 2 (2)
ZU-23-2 AAA 2 (2)
Spike-LR ATGM 0 + 12 (12)
DJI Mavic Pro UAV 12 (12)
CIDEP Ricuk URAV 0 + 6 (6)
Sejong the Great DDG 1
Carvajal FFG 2
Oyashio SSK 2
ASW Helicopter 4

Objective 2 Carpe Jugulum: Esmeraldas

MAP: Peruvian marines land to seize the pipeline terminus (west), seaport (centre), and Esmeraldas Airport (east); artillery landing at the pipeline terminus fires to suppress the Ecuadorian Army battalion to the south (yellow X)
The city of Esmeraldas in northern Ecuador is the country's second-largest port, and is the terminus of the crucial Trans-Ecuador oil pipeline which supplies 46% of Ecuador's exports by value and is a major economic lifeline for the regime.
It also just so happens that 1 Marine Expeditionary Brigade is passing by on their way back from training in the Sierra Federal Republic. How convenient!
The three Makassar-Class LPDs and single LST assigned to 1MEB will approach Esmeraldas from the north under cover of night, landing troops at three locations:
  1. Balao Oil Terminal (west) - the terminus of Ecuador's oil pipeline network, and critical for the regime's revenues.
    • 2nd Naval Infantry Battalion "Guardia Chalaca" (Tifon-2a MBT, BMR-600 APC)
    • Artillery Battalion "Capitán de Navío Juan Guillermo More Ruíz" (122mm howitzer, 120mm mortar)
  2. Puerto Maritimo del Esmeraldas (centre) - to permit future reinforcements by ship
    • 1st Naval Infantry Battalion "Guarnición de Marina" (LAV II IFV)
    • 1st Naval Combat Engineer Battalion
  3. Aeropuerto Internacional Coronel Carlos Concha Torres (east) - to secure a runway from which reinforcements and supplies can be flown in by C-390 Millennium
    • Commando Battalion "Teniente Primero Leoncio Prado Gutierrez" (DISCA Vicuna IMV)
The Esmeraldas metropolitan region has two military installations: the Subcomando de Guardacostas Norte at the port, and the Batallon de Infanteria Motorizada Terrestre Bimot south of the oil terminus. While the former can be politely dealt with by asking them nicely to not resist, the latter will be taken under artillery fire from the marine artillery battalion landing at the Balao Oil Terminal.
MAP: The distance between the beach at Balao and the Ecuadorian infantry battalion is approximately 5.5 kilometres - close enough to be taken under artillery fire with commercial UAVs providing overwatch
Once the airport is secured and the Ecuadorian army battalion is engaged, reinforcements and supplies may be flown in by C-390 Millennium transports in order to build up defenses and prepare for an eventual counterattack by Ecuadorian armoured units garrisoned at the capital Quito - who would need to approach from either the E15 or E20 highways (east and south, respectively).
MAP: path taken by C-390 transports to avoid potential Ecuadorian air defences
ORBAT - Esmeraldas
1 Marine Expeditionary Brigade
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
1st Naval Infantry Battalion "Guarnición de Marina" Marines 400 16x LAV-II IFV ANCON
2nd Naval Infantry Battalion "Guardia Chalaca" Marines 400 4x Tifon-2a MBT, 12x BMR-600 APC ANCON
Commando Battalion "Teniente Primero Leoncio Prado Gutierrez" Special Forces 300 12x DISCA Vicuna IMV ANCON
Artillery Battalion "Capitán de Navío Juan Guillermo More Ruíz" Field Artillery 200 8x D-30 122mm howitzer, 12x Soltam 120mm mortar, 4x DJI Mavic Pro UAV ANCON
1st Naval Combat Engineer Battalion Combat Engineering 200 ANCON
Name Class Type Pennant Number Notes
BAP Pisco Makassar-Class LPD AMP-156 450 troops, 14x IFV, 2x LCVP, 2x SH-3 Sea King
BAP Paita Makassar-Class LPD AMP-157 450 troops, 14x IFV, 2x LCVP, 2x SH-3 Sea King
BAP Callao Makassar-Class LPD AMP-158 450 troops, 14x IFV, 2x LCVP, 2x SH-3 Sea King
BAP Eten Terrebonne Parish-Class LST DT-144 400 troops, 4x IFV, 4x LCVP
Reinforcements flown in
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
845 Squadron Transport 120 6x C-390 Embraer Millennium SULLANA
9th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x AMX-13 Light Tank, 56x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar SULLANA
4th Reconnaissance Battalion Armoured Reconnaissance 400 36x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x CIDEP Ricuk URAV, 12x Spike-LR ATGM SULLANA
4th Field Artillery Group Field Artillery 200 24x SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer, 4x ZU-23-2 AAA SULLANA
TOTALS
Unit Initial + reinforcements (Total)
Personnel 1500 + 1400 (2900)
Tifon-2a MBT 4 (4)
AMX-13 Light Tank 0 + 20 (20)
LAV II IFV 16 (16)
BMR-600 APC 12 (12)
DISCA Vicuna IMV 12 + 92 (104)
D-30 122mm howitzer 8 (8)
Soltam 120mm mortar 12 (12)
81mm mortar 0 + 6 (6)
SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer 0 + 24 (24)
ZU-23-2 AAA 0 + 4 (4)
Spike-LR ATGM 0 + 12 (12)
DJI Mavic Pro UAV 4 (4)
CIDEP Ricuk URAV 0 + 6 (6)
Makassar LPD 3
Terrebonne Parish LST 1
C-390 Millennium 0 + 6 (6)
Sea King helicopter 6 (6)

Objective 3 Causing a distraction: Quito

The Ecuadorian Army's sole armoured brigade is garrisoned at the capital of Quito - within striking distance of Esmeraldas, and equipped with enough Leopard I tanks and armoured cars to give us a major headache. It's probably best if we can keep them distracted as long as possible, so that our own forces can dig in and prepare to fend off any attacks.
As such, before the first attacks happen and on the same evening, a battalion of commandos will be dispatched to Quito onboard a pair of chartered LATAM Peru Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners flying from Lima and Arequipa, respectively. The flights will be broadcasting conventional squawk codes and will be commercially scheduled, thus masquerading as normal flights until the first commandos disembark the aircraft and storm the terminal.
A pair of separate Cielo Airlines DC-10-30F cargo flights will also land at about the same time, carrying additional supplies and light strike vehicles.
MAP: Quito International Airport is serviced only by a single 4-lane highway winding between mountain peaks, making it remarkably easy to defend from mechanized forces
With local communications and power networks experiencing intermittent outages, the hope is that they'll be able to seize control of the airport and establish defensive positions overwatching the two airport approaches before local authorities are notified and able to properly respond. A wide selection of ATGMs, RPGs, and other assorted heavy weaponry will be delivered via the aforementioned DC-10s, as well as some light mortars and UAVs.
While the bulk of the commandos secure the airport and fend off the expected counterattack, a team of DINI agents accompanying them onboard the flights will obtain civilian transport (pickup trucks, cars, whatever) and load onto them a variety of small arms and ordnance. From there, these vehicles will be driven into Quito proper and parked close to known protest locations.
DINI online PSYOPs will then publicize the locations of these arms caches on social media known to be utilized by demonstrators and opposition members, with the hope that at least some of them get into the hands of opposition forces - who in turn can fight back against the regime thugs who have abused them for years.
If it looks like the Ecuadorian army at Quito will easily crush whatever armed opposition there is, then the commandos will be ordered to hold them off as long as possible before boarding their planes and getting out of there - evacuating either to Esmeraldas or to neutral Colombia.
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
29th Commando Battalion Special Forces 600 60x Spike ATGM, 6x light strike vehicle CALLAO
DINI agents Special Forces, ish? 60 Civilian transportation CALLAO

Objective 4 Clearing the way: SEAD

This one will be pretty straightforward. DINI SIGINT operations should have identified a number of Ecuadorian air defence radars and installations along the Peru-Ecuador border and in other areas of interest. Now our Su-25UB attack aircraft, equipped with Kh-58 anti-radiation missiles, will clear a corridor along the coastal plains between Tumbes, Peru and Guayaquil, Ecuador.
F/A-18H Yellowjacket fighters will escort them, though what limited Ecuadorian fighters exist should be grounded by the Almirante Grau on station off the coast. The goal here is to render Ecuador's high command blind and deaf, enabling further air operations in support of Op. CAJAMARCA and local opposition on the ground.
MAP: SEAD operations will occur along the coastal plains between Tumbes, Peru and Guayaquil.
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
112 Squadron "Tigers" Ground Attack 200 18x Su-25UB Kh-58 ARM
612 Squadron "Fighting Roosters" Fighters 200 12x F/A-18H Yellowjacket Outfitted for air-to-air

Objective 5 Coastal Hook: Machala & Puerto Bolivar

The port of Puerto Bolivar, located within the municipality of Machala near the Peru-Ecuador border, is apparently Ecuador's biggest banana export terminus, and one of the largest in the world. Yeah, that's it. Not super impressive, really, but it's along the coastal highway towards Guayaquil, and is a decently major population centre. Might as well take it, and try to cut the Baroja regime off from the coast entirely.
MAP: Peruvian Marines operating littoral craft and LCUs will execute a coastal hook (red) to capture the port of Puerto Bolivar, Machala; local opposition is limited to an artillery battalion at El Cambio
Escorted by the BAP Palacios guided missile frigate, a battalion of Peruvian marines and special forces will execute a landing at Puerto Bolivar under cover of darkness, transported in fast littoral craft, LCUs, and RHIBs. Initial opposition is expected to be minimal, with only a single artillery battallion stationed at the El Cambio district several kilometres away. Naval gunfire support from the Palacios' 127mm gun will be made available should it be required, but communications blackouts and radio jamming is expected to keep them in the dark and unaware of the Peruvian presence until daybreak.
With this fait accompli, local opposition members will hopefully rise up and throw off the chains of their oppressors - bolstered by DINI PSYOPS and reassurances of similar operations occurring across the country.
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
Commando Squadron "Fuerza Delta" Special Forces 240 12x DISCA Vicuna IMV TUMBES
3rd Naval Infantry Battalion "Combatientes de Punta Malpelo" Marines 400 16x LAV-II IFV TUMBES
Name Class Type Pennant Number Notes
BAP Palacios Carvajal-Class Guided Missile Frigate FM-56 1x helicopter

Objective 6 Just the tip: Naranjal

And on the Second Day, He created the Evening and the Morning.
With the path to Guayaquil more-or-less covered by Fuerza Aérea strike squadrons and air defence coverage from the Almirante Grau, and with Ecuadorian forces in disarray - forced to respond to crises erupting across their country - the main arm of the Ejército Peruano will cross the border in force into Ecuador's coastal plains.
The 1st Infantry Brigade and 1st Armoured Cavalry Brigade, staging from the border city of Tumbes, will proceed into Ecuador along the Pan-American Highway, bypassing border towns and cutting off isolated pockets of resistance along the way. The 7th Infantry Brigade and 32nd Infantry Brigade - made up primarily of motorized infantry battalions - will mop up behind them and provide rear area security as required.
The heavy IFVs and main battle tanks available to the 1st Arm. Cav. Bde. will be crucial to stymieing Ecuadorian resistance, backed up by close air support furnished by Su-25UBs and Mi-35 attack helicopters arriving from Arequipa.
The main objective of this thrust is the city of Naranjal, situated just before the crossroads of a major highway linking the mountain city of Cuenca with Guayaquil. Three Ecuadorian army brigades are garrisoned at Cuenca, and it will be crucial to keep them from reinforcing their comrades in Guayaquil or from breaking through to the coastal plains. With URAVs and airpower maintaining overwatch over the region, Peruvian forces can easily react to any counteroffensives.
**MAP: Conventional "Opposition" armoured forces will push along the coastal plains to Naranjal (red), cutting off any potential counterattack by Ecuadorian infantry brigades from Cuenca (yellow); Fuerza Aérea air support will operate from Tumbes airport (blue X)
Armed opposition groups will also be contacted and coordinated from Naranjal, with the hope being to build up a sizable base of support from which to liberate the rest of Ecuador.
1st Armoured Cavalry Brigade
HQ: SULLANA
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Squadron Headquarters & SIgnals 120 SULLANA
5th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Hunter AFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar SULLANA
6th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Hunter AFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar SULLANA
7th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Hunter AFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar SULLANA
31st Armoured Cavalry Regiment Armoured Cavalry 800 20x Tifon-2a MBT, 30x Hunter AFV, 26x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x 81mm mortar SULLANA
51st Reconnaissance Battalion Armoured Reconnaissance 400 36x DISCA Vicuna IMV, 6x CIDEP Ricuk URAV, 12x Spike-LR ATGM SULLANA
51st Artillery Group Field Artillery 400 27x SSPH Primus 155mm SPH, 9x Astros II MLRS SULLANA
51st Armoured Engineer Battalion Combat Engineering 600 48x DISCA Vicuna IMV SULLANA
51st Service Group Combat Service Support 600 SULLANA
1st Infantry Brigade
HQ: TUMBES
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Coy. Headquarters & Signals 120 TUMBES
223rd Tank Battalion Armour 600 25x Tifon-2a MBT TUMBES
3rd Infantry Battalion Mechanized Infantry 1000 72x Bionix II IFV ZORRITOS
5th Infantry Battalion Mechanized Infantry 1000 80x UR-416 APC ZARUMILLA
51st Infantry Battalion Mechanized Infantry 1000 60x M113A1 APC TUMBES
1st Field Artillery Group Field Artillery 200 24x SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer TUMBES
1st Service Battalion Combat Service Support 600 TUMBES
7th Infantry Brigade
HQ: LAMBAYEQUE
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Coy. Headquarters & Signals 120 LAMBAYEQUE
13th Infantry Battalion Motorized Infantry 1000 LAMBAYEQUE
17th Infantry Battalion Motorized Infantry 1000 CAJAMARCA
20th Infantry Battalion Motorized Infantry 1000 CHICLAYO
7th Field Artillery Group Field Artillery 200 24x M101A1 105mm howitzer LAMBAYEQUE
7th Service Battalion Combat Service Support 600 LAMBAYEQUE
32nd Infantry Brigade
HQ: TRUJILLO
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
HQ Coy. Headquarters & Signals 120 TRUJILLO
321st Infantry Battalion Mechanized Infantry 1000 60x Fiat 6616 IFV TRUJILLO
322nd Infantry Battalion Mechanized Infantry 1000 60x Fiat 6616 IFV TRUJILLO
323rd Infantry Battalion Motorized Infantry 1000 TRUJILLO
32nd Field Artillery Group Field Artillery 200 24x M101A1 105mm howitzer TRUJILLO
32nd Service Battalion Combat Service Support 600 TRUJILLO
Airwing
Unit Type Numbers Equipment Notes
112 Squadron "Tigers" Ground Attack 200 18x Su-25UB
211 Squadron "Dragons" Attack Helicopters 200 16x Mi-35P
612 Squadron "Fighting Roosters" Fighters 200 12x F/A-18H Yellowjacket
711 Squadron "Scorpions" Light Attack 200 20x Cessna A-37
TOTALS
Unit Numbers
Personnel 17,680
Tifon-2a MBT 105
Hunter AFV 120
Bionix II IFV 72
Fiat 6616 IFV 120
UR-416 APC 80
M113A1 APC 60
DISCA Vicuna IMV 188
SSPH Primus 155mm SPH 27
SLWH Pegasus 155mm howitzer 24
M101A1 105mm howitzer 48
81mm mortar 24
Astros II MLRS 9
CIDEP Ricuk URAV 6
Su-25UB attack aircraft 18
Cessna A-37 light attack aircraft 20
F/A-18H Yellowjacket multirole 12
Mi-35P attack helicopter 16
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2019.07.25 02:22 theyummycookie Fantasy Amazing Race

Here's a fantasy amazing race I created in my free time. This isn't meant to be super realistic, because obviously there are limitations in going to places like Tuvalu and Egypt. Feel free to give me feedback down below. Thanks!
Edit: added fast forwards on legs 3 and 9

RACE #1
Leg 1 (USA - Bolivia)
Leg 2 (Bolivia - Peru)
Leg 3 (Peru - Tuvalu)
Leg 4 (Tuvalu - Australia)
Leg 5 (Australia - Nepal)
Leg 6 (Nepal - Madagascar)
Leg 7 (Madagascar - Egypt)
Leg 8 (Egypt)
Leg 9 (Egypt - Italy)
Leg 10 (Italy)
Leg 11 (Italy - Ireland - United Kingdom)
Leg 12 (United Kingdom - USA)
LEG 1
USA - Bolivia
Start in Monument Circle, Indianapolis, Indiana
Run to the base of the Soldiers and Sailors Monument and search for your clue scattered around
Clue #1
Drive one of the provided cars to Indianapolis Motor Speedway and park in the marked lot. Your next clue will be waiting.
Clue #2
Travel on foot to the base of the large tower in the center of the speedway. There, choose a driver and a card numbered 1-11, based on the order you arrived in. Once all teams have arrived, everyone will take a lap around the track with their driver in an Indy 500 car, according to the order. When you are finished, your driver will hand you your next clue.
Clue #3
Fly to La Paz, Bolivia! Hurry to Indianapolis Airport Main Entrance for one of three flights arriving at different times.
Flight 1 (4 teams): Indianapolis - Chicago - La Paz, arrives 8:00 AM
Flight 2 (2 teams): Indianapolis - Miami - Mexico City - La Paz, arrives 9:00 AM
Flight 3 (5 teams): Indianapolis - New York - La Paz, arrives 9:30 AM
When disembarking in Bolivia, immediately travel to the Estacion Central, and search the nearby Witches Market for your next clue.
Clue #4
Roadblock: Who wants to fly around the city?
Go to the nearby cable car station, where you can pick up a list of destinations from the operator. Go to all locations and pick up a marked souvenir pin representing the place. You can only use the cable cars and travel on foot to complete this challenge. At one location, you must complete a task. Once you have collected all souvenirs, return to the operator and he will give you your next clue. Your partner will travel with you on this roadblock, but cannot help you with navigation or the tasks. Hold onto the souvenirs, you’ll need them later in the race.
Destinations List:
Polifunctional de la Ceja
Iglesia de San Francisco
Plaza Murillo
Hotel Presidente (face forward rappel down the side of the building)
Clue #5
Take a bus to Copacabana, Bolivia, and hike to the mirador at Cerro Calvario to find your next clue.
Clue #6
Choose one of the guides to take you down to the pier where traditional Totora boats are. They will then proceed to ferry you across to Isla del Sol, where you will find your clue when you arrive.
Clue #7
Take count of all the steps on Escalera del Inca. When you make it to the top, tell the street musician your answer. If correct, he will give you your next clue. If incorrect, you must go all the way down to the bottom and try again.
Answer: 205 steps
Clue #8
Roadblock: Who’s ready to have their day ruined? (The teammate who did the first roadblock cannot participate in this one.)
Travel on foot through the marked trail to Pilko Kaina, famous ruins in Isla del Sol. Make sure to keep an eye open for thirteen stations that you will take one letter tile from each. Upon arrival at Pilko Kaina, a judge will make sure you have all thirteen tiles. If you do not, you’ll be sent back to search for the missing stations. If you have all the tiles, you must arrange them to spell out your first pit stop. Ask the judge to check, and she will give you your next clue, only to be opened once you have gotten back to your partner.
Clue #9
If you spelled it out correctly, you will have gotten this location: Fuente del Inca. Once you arrive, you will be given a small quiz on what the Incans believed the fountain represented. The last team to figure out the answer may be eliminated.
Answer: Don’t lie, don’t steal, and don’t be lazy
Pit Stop, Leg 1
first: trip to Argentina
last: eliminated
LEG 2
Bolivia - Peru
Clue #1
Travel to the Copacabana Bus Terminal and book one of the following buses to Cusco, Peru:
Bus 1 (4 teams): Copacabana - Cusco, arrives 4:00 PM
Bus 2 (1 team): Copacabana - Cusco, arrives 4:30 PM
Bus 3 (5 teams): Copacabana - Arequipa - Cusco, arrives 7:15 PM
Upon arrival, go to Plaza de Armas, and search for a pedestal with tags.
Tags 1-3: departure at 10:00 AM
Tags 4-6: departure at 10:10 AM
Tags 7-8: departure at 10:20 AM
Tags 9-10: departure at 10:30 AM
In the morning, travel to Cusco Cathedral and take a clue from the priest at the front. You must wait until your allotted time to enter the cathedral.
Clue #2
Go to the Sacsayhuaman Main Entrance by taxi for your next clue.
Clue #3
Detour: Towers or Doors
Towers: In the remnants of Sacsayhuaman, there are three towers, but only the foundations remain. You will go to the foundation of each tower, and measure the circumference of each foundation using provided tape measures. When you have finalized your answers, go to the guide at the base of Paucamarca, where she will give you your next clue.
Doors: Take a package of three tablets that have the names of three of the famous doors at Sacsayhuaman. Go to each of the three doors and put the name of each door in a slot next to the door. Once you have all the names matched up, the guide will give you your next clue. There are only six slots at each door, so a maximum of six teams can complete this side of the detour.
Clue #4
Go to the Suchuna on foot, and slide down. At the bottom, a guide will give you your next clue.
Clue #5
Travel to Awana Kancha by taxi. Once you have arrived, feed a llama. The farm owner will give you your next clue.
Clue #6
Go to Terminal Terrestre and book an overnight bus to Machu Picchu. If you arrive at 5:30 AM or earlier, you will be eligible to take the morning shift, starting at 6:00 AM. Any later, and you will have to take the afternoon shift, starting at noon. Once inside Machu Picchu, go to Plaza Manco Capac for your next clue.
Clue #7
Roadblock: Who’s ready to dial it up?
First, travel to Intihuatana, an ancient sundial that the people used to predict solstices. Nearby will be a stack of small sundials. Grab a sundial and make your way to The Watchman’s Tower where three artificial suns have been set up inside. Using your sundials, find the times that each light portrays. Once you have it figured out, go back to Intihuatana to have a judge check your answers.
Clue #8
Make your way on foot to The Temple of the Sun, and the pit stop! The last team to arrive may be eliminated.
Pit Stop, Leg 2
first: trip to Grenada
last: eliminated
LEG 3
Peru - Tuvalu
Clue #1
Take a bus from Machu Picchu to Lima. Once you have arrived, search the Main Square of Lima for the clue box.
Clue #2
Fly to Funafuti, Tuvalu! Upon arrival, head to David’s Drill where you’ll find your next clue.
Fast Forward, Leg 3
Make your way to Asivai Motorbike Hire, where you must fix two unoperational motorbikes until they’re ready to ride. Once completed, follow your guide and bike “around” Tuvalu one time. Once you’ve finished your biking, you’ll receive a clue that leads you directly to the pit stop.
Clue #3
Detour: Kick it Up or Stamp it In
Kick it Up: Go to the Funafuti Airstrip and join in with the local’s soccer game. Because there are only two flights into Funafuti a week, the people here have transformed the runway into a public park of sorts. If you can lead your team to victory in a thirty-minute scrimmage of soccer, a player will give you your next clue.
Stamp it In: Go to Tuvalu Post, the home to Tuvalu’s many, many stamps. Upon arrival, you will be given a sheet with ten pictures of stamps. Under each picture, you must unscramble all of the letters to figure out the names of the stamps. After identifying all the stamps, the worker will give you all the actual stamps you identified in large rolls, along with five addresses. You are to deliver all of the stamps to the correct addresses. Once you return to Tuvalu Post, you will receive your next clue.
Clue #4
Go to the Tuvalu House and ask the Prime Minister for your next clue.
Clue #5
Head to the meneapa near the airport terminal and Hotel Filamona for your next clue.
Clue #6
Roadblock: Who can do a fatele?
This roadblock has one teammate participate in a traditional Tuvaluan dance, the fatele, or dancing song. Choose a teacher, and once you are ready, dance in front of the locals. If you meet their approval, you will be given the next clue.
Clue #7
Travel on foot to Tuvalu Port and take a marked boat out to Funafuti Conservation Area. You will be provided with a snorkel, mask, and camera. You have a standard time of one hour out in the area, but every sea turtle you can capture a picture of reduces your time by fifteen minutes. Once your time is up, your driver will give you your next clue.
Clue #8
Have your driver take you to the Tuvalu Marine Training Institute, with your pit stop at the entrance. The last team to arrive may be eliminated!
Pit Stop, Leg 3
first: 4k each
last: eliminated
LEG 4
Tuvalu - Australia
Clue #1
Fly to Sydney, Australia! Once in Sydney, travel by taxi to Sydney Tower, and proceed to climb to the top of it and participate in the Skywalk. Once completed, go down to the base of the tower and use one of the provided cars to traverse the leg until told otherwise.
Clue #2
Detour: Surf or Turf
Surf: Travel to Bondi Beach and search for the marked flags. Choose an instructor to teach you the surfing basics. Once both teammates have successfully ridden a wave without falling over, the instructor will give you your next clue.
Turf: Go to the SCG, and out on the middle of the field, choose a rugby instructor who will teach you how to play. Your goal is to pass the ball amongst yourselves and get past four professional rugby players and into the endzone. After completing your challenge, you’ll be given your next clue.
Clue #3
Travel to the Hayden Orpheum Picture Palace for your next clue.
Clue #4
Head into the theater once the current showing is finished. There will be a recording that says ten items that you must remember completely by memory. Once you think you have it down, head to Paddy’s Markets and order all of your items. Bring these ten items back to the man at the front desk of the theater and he will give you your next clue.
Clue #5
Make your way to Palm Beach and look for your next clue.
Clue #6
Roadblock: Who’s a TV star?
Join the team of wildly popular Australian drama, Home and Away, and successfully film a scene with them. Choose an instructor to teach you all of the lines and actions. When you’re ready, perform in front of the cast and production team. If they approve, you will get your next clue. If not, you have to go to the back of the line and try again.
Clue #7
Take a ferry to Cockatoo Island, and search the campground for your next clue. Abandon your vehicle at the ferry station.
Clue #8
Set up your tent! (Once you’ve checked into the pit stop, you’ll be staying the night here.) Collect all needed materials from the campgrounds office, then take a marked plot and build your tent. Once the camp ranger approves, she will give you your next clue.
Clue #9
Travel on foot to the Convict Precinct, where the pit stop is! The last team to arrive may be eliminated.
Pit Stop, Leg 4
first: trip to Fiji
last: non-elimination leg
LEG 5
Australia - Nepal
Clue #1
Fly to Kathmandu, Nepal, on one of the two pre-scheduled flights.
Flight 1 (4 teams): Sydney - Kathmandu, arrives 7:35 AM
Flight 2 (4 teams): Sydney - Bangkok - Kathmandu, arrives 8:00 AM
Once you’ve touched down, go to Boundsanath by taxi and receive a traditional Buddhist welcome to get your next clue.
Clue #2
Travel by taxi to Cafe de Genre in the Thamel District for your next clue.
Clue #3
Roadblock: Who wants to sell the goods?
One teammate will choose a shopping stall nearby selling one of these goods: clothing, jewelry, paper lanterns, books, carvings, statues, keychains, or paintings. The first teams to arrive get the first choice at what they’re selling. Once you have earned 2000 Nepali Rupees, the vendor will give you your next clue.
Clue #4
Travel by taxi to Dubar Square for your next clue.
Speed Bump, Leg 5
Make your way on foot to Roots Eatery and eat a traditional Nepali meal. Once completed, go on with the race as normal.
Clue #5
Detour: Straw Baling or Wool Spinning
Straw Baling: Travel to The Little House in the Rice Fields in Khokana Village. Outside, have an instructor teach you how to construct a manual straw baler, and bale straw using it. Once you have successfully baled three bales of straw, your instructor will hand you your next clue.
Wool Spinning: Travel to The Little House in the Rice Fields in Khokana Village. Inside, have an instructor teach you how to spin wool into yarn. Once you’ve spun twenty meters, you will receive your next clue.
Clue #6
Make your way by to Shekala Mai Temple and the pit stop! The last team to arrive will be eliminated.
Pit Stop, Leg 5
first: trip to Maldives
last: eliminated
LEG 6
Nepal - Madagascar
Clue #1
Fly out of Nepal from the Tribhuvan International Airport and go to Antananarivo, Madagascar! Go to La Digue Market and search for the marked stall selling colorful bags and purses. The owner will give you your next clue. Caution! Double U-Turn ahead!
Clue #2
Travel by taxi to Croc Farm. Your clue will be at the main entrance.
Clue #3
Roadblock: Who’s hungry for some chomping?
You must select a staff member and they will guide you to the feeding place of their Nile Crocodiles. After entering the enclosure and successfully feeding the crocodiles, you will receive your next clue.
Clue #4
Travel by taxi to Lemur’s Park. Your clue will be at the main entrance, along with the Double U-Turn. However, you can only use the U-Turn after you have completed the detour.
Clue #5
Chase or Capture
Chase: Follow a series of five clues throughout Lemur’s Park. Each clue will lead you to a very specific location. Once you have gone through all five clues, you will combine all of them together to reveal the location of the clue that will lead you to your next destination.
Capture: Use one of the provided Nikon D850s to capture a picture of five of the nine lemur species living in the park. Then, ask the naturalist to take a test. He will lead you to a room where you have three minutes to identify the names of the lemurs you took a picture of. Only one team may take a test at a time. Once you ace it, the naturalist will give you your next clue.
Clue #6
Travel by taxi to the Musee de l’Art et de Archeologie, where you’ll find your next clue.
Clue #7
Construct a model lemur skeleton using the provided model. Once you’re done, ask the archeologist for your clue to the pit stop!
Clue #8
Travel by taxi to the remains of Rova Palace and the pit stop! The last team to arrive may be eliminated.
Pit Stop, Leg 6
first: cruise to Alaska
last: eliminated
LEG 7
Madagascar - Egypt
Clue #1
Fly to Cairo, Egypt! Once on the ground, make your way to Egypt Sandboarding.
Clue #2
Roadblock: Who’s feeling ‘board’?
The teammate who chooses this roadblock will select a guide and go with them out to a nearby sandboarding location. To get your clue, you must successfully get down three slopes without falling. Once you’ve mastered sandboarding, have the guide take you back to your partner where you’ll get your next clue.
Clue #3
Make your way on foot through the streets of Cairo to Giza Zoological Garden.
Clue #4
Enclosed are two Giza Plateau tickets. Have a taxi take you to Giza Necropolis, where you’ll find your next clue.
Clue #5
Ride or Run
Ride: Travel to Giza Camel Riding. Once there, take a designated camel and ride it to The Sphinx, where you’ll find the first half of your clue. Now, return to Giza Camel Riding and enter the stable. Fill the empty trough of water until you’ve reached the line. Then, proceed to one of the marked stalls and remove all of the used hay. Do this for two more stalls. Retrieve new hay and get it in the stall. Once completed, the stable manager will give you the last half of your clue.
Run: Go to each of the three main pyramids (Giza, Khafre, Menkaure) and enter inside. Follow the marked paths inside the pyramids and get a total of two bags of puzzle pieces from each pyramid. Once you’ve gotten all pieces, go to The Sphinx, where stations have been made for you to complete your puzzle. Once you’re done, an archeologist will give you your next clue.
Clue #6
Go across the street from the Egyptian Geology Museum to the pit stop. The last team to arrive may be eliminated.
Pit Stop, Leg 7
first: 6k each
last: continue racing
LEG 8
Egypt
Clue #1
Take a taxi to the Egyptian Museum and go to the Tutankhamun exhibit, where you’ll find your next clue.
Clue #2
Fly to Hurghada, Egypt! Upon touching down, head to the airport main parking lot, and search for your marked car. Then drive to Mini Egypt Park, and get on a marked paddle boat. Paddle out to a buoy and retrieve a clue.
Clue #3
Detour: Scuba or Sub
Scuba: Drive to Red Sea Zoom and choose a guide. Put on all gear and go out on the boat with your guide. Once out in the open waters of the Red Sea, dive down and around, and search for a clue suspended in the water. Once you have retrieved your clue, you can return to land and go to your next destination. Only four teams can go at once.
Sub: Embark on a journey with Sinbad Submarines. Drive to Red Sea Zoom and have a guide take you to Sinbad Submarines. Help guide a submarine through the Red Sea and bring it successfully back to the surface. If you manage to control the sub well enough, the captain will give you your next clue. Tours leave on a schedule, so if you get there at the right time, the detour’s length shrinks significantly.
Clue #4
Drive to the Hurghada Touristic Marina for your next clue.
Clue #5
Go parasailing! Choose a boat and get situated for a double ride. Once you’ve completed this amazing experience over the water, you’ll receive your next clue.
Clue #6
Drive to the El Masry Restaurant for your next clue.
Clue #7
Roadblock: Who’s hungry to make a splash?
Head out to the pool at the back of the restaurant and choose an inflatable. Once in the pool, a waiter will give you a traditional Egyptian dish called Feseekh. If you fall off your inflatable while in the pool, you must restart your dish. When you down the dish, a waiter will give you your next clue.
Clue #8
Go to your pit stop at Hurghada Grand Aquarium. The last team to arrive will be eliminated.
Pit Stop, Leg 8
first: trip to Virgin Islands
last: eliminated
LEG 9
Egypt - Italy
Clue #1
Fly out of Hurghada International Airport and to Siena, Italy, on one of two pre-scheduled flights!
Flight 1 (2 teams): Hurghada - Cairo - Rome - Siena, arrives 8:00 AM
Flight 2 (3 teams): Hurghada - Alexandria - Naples - Siena, arrives 8:45 AM
Upon arrival, find marked cars outside in the airport parking lot. Your next clue will be inside.
Fast Forward, Leg 9
Drive to Leccetina Park outside Massa Marittima. Once there, take a hot-air balloon around the Tuscan countryside. After the ride, you will be given a clue that takes you directly to the pit stop.
Clue #2
Drive to Torre del Mangia, and climb to the top of the tower for your next clue.
Clue #3
Roadblock: Who’s ready to chime in with their cardio strength?
One team member must scout out from the top of Torre del Mangia two flags in Piazzo del Campo seen best from here. You must then climb down and go to one of the flags and retrieve a small bell pin from a person standing near the marker. After retrieving your first bell, you must climb back all the way up the tower and give your bell to your partner. Then, repeat with the second marker. Once your partner can present two bells from two different stations, you can ring the bell tower one time and the priest will give you your next clue. Note: You must keep your bells for later use in the race.
Clue #4
Drive to the Cathedral of Sant’Antimo in Piombino for your next clue.
Clue #5
Detour: Boat Building or Sail Shifting
Boat Building: Drive to Calamoresca, and search for the marked part of the beach. Using provided parts such as water barrels, logs, sticks, large rubber bands, clips, and pieces of cloth, create a watercraft that will be able to get one hundred meters through a course out to the man on the jet ski. If anyone falls off the raft, you have to restart. Once you reach the man on the jet ski, he will give you your next clue. Bring your craft back to the beach and continue racing.
Sail Shifting: Drive to Port of Piombino, and search through the docks until you find a marked sailboat. An instructor will be waiting on your boat and will show you the basics of how to work the sail on a sailboat. Once you’re ready, the instructor will bring you out to open ocean. A buoy with a flag will be seen out in the distance, approximately five kilometers away, and without the help of any motor, you must make your way to the buoy. Once you have your clue, your instructor can bring you back to the port. Only four teams can do this detour at once.
Clue #6
Get to Portoferraio on the island of Elba, by ferry. Board with your car and once you’ve arrived, drive to the Gravel Beach for your next clue.
Clue #7
Travel on foot to Spiaggia di Capo Bianco, where the pit stop awaits. The last team to arrive may be eliminated.
Pit Stop, Leg 9
first: trip to French Polynesia
last: eliminated
LEG 10
Italy
Clue #1
Drive back to the mainland of Italy to Piombino. Go to Salivoli Beach for your next clue. Caution! Double U-Turn ahead!
Clue #2
Drive to the train station and take a train to Pisa, Italy! When you’ve arrived, travel on foot to the top of The Leaning Tower of Pisa, where you’ll find your next clue.
Clue #3
Travel on foot to Geleteria De Coltelli for your next clue.
Clue #4
Roadblock: Who can withstand the brain freeze?
One teammate must brave the brain freezes and get down two whole pints of straciatella gelato, one of the most renowned flavors in all of Italy. Once you’ve gotten down all two pints, you will receive your next clue.
Clue #5
Take a train to Lucca, Italy. Climb to the top of Guinigi Tower for your next clue.
Clue #6
Water or Wall
Water: Travel to where Aqueduct of Nottolini intersects Parco dell’Acquedotto. There, you will find different shaped stone bricks and arches, that you must piece together to replicate the Aqueduct of Nottolini. Once water can come through your aqueduct from start to finish, you’ll get your next clue.
Wall: Search along the Via delle Mura Urbane until you spot an enormous marked pile of foam bricks. Once you can make a wall ten high and twenty long, you’ll get your next clue.
Clue #7
Travel on foot or using public transport to the pit stop, Lucca Cathedral! A Double U-Turn will be right in front of the mat. The last team to arrive may be eliminated.
Pit Stop, Leg 10
first: trip to Dominican Republic
last: non-elimination
LEG 11
Switzerland - Ireland - United Kingdom
Clue #1
Fly out of Basel Mulhouse Freiburg Airport and go to Dublin, Ireland! Upon touching down, take a taxi to The Spire of Dublin, where your next clue awaits.
Clue #2
Take one of the nearby marked cars to Guinness Storehouse, where you’ll find your next clue.
Clue #3
Roadblock: Who is ready to ‘beer’tend?
Make your way to Arthur’s Bar inside Guinness Storehouse and go to a marked table of eight. They will each order a specific beer. Go behind the bar and use the taps to get your customer’s drinks. Using a tray, return with all the beers at the same time. If you don’t spill or break the drinks, and if you get the orders correct, you’ll receive your next clue.
Speed Bump, Leg 11
Drive to Trinity College Library. When you arrive, ask the head librarian for a book. She will give you the name, author, and genre on a piece of paper. Bring the actual book back to her to receive your next clue.
Clue #4
Drive yourself to the southside of the City Center and find a marked door with a paint swatch on it. Then, drive to MCRB paints and retrieve that color. Finally, drive back to your door and paint it the same color as the swatch. When the homeowner is satisfied with their door, you’ll get your next clue.
Clue #5
Drive to Belfast, Northern Ireland, in the United Kingdom! Once there, go to Albert Memorial Clock.
Clue #6
Detour: Jump In or Ride Out
Jump In: Drive to Jungle NI and have a guide drive from there to the coasteering site on the coast of the Atlantic. Once you’ve finished the activity, the guide will give you your next clue.
Ride Out: Drive to Jungle NI and have a guide drive you to the llama trekking area. With your llama, trek a total of two miles, and your guide will hand over your next clue.
Clue #7
Drive along A2 road to The Giant’s Causeway, and the pit stop. The last team to arrive will be eliminated.
Pit Stop, Leg 12
first: trip to Galapagos Islands
last: eliminated
LEG 13
United Kingdom - USA
Clue #1
Drive back to Dublin and fly to Philadelphia, USA! When you arrive, take a taxi to the Rocky Steps. Then, get in a marked car parked across the street, where you’ll find your next clue.
Clue #2
Drive yourself to Flying W Airport and Resort where you’ll find your next clue.
Clue #3
Roadblock: Who’s ready to pull some strings?
Using the provided example and demonstration, set up a paramotor so it’s ready to be used in flight. Once it’s been approved by the pilot, you will be ready to fly. Once in the sky, search the ground for two words revealing the location of your next destination. Tell the pilot, and you’ll fly back down to the ground to get your next clue.
Clue #4
Drive back to Philadelphia and The Liberty Bell, where you’ll find your next clue.
Clue #5
Roadblock: Who’s ready to pick up the pieces? The teammate who did the first roadblock cannot do this one.
Go to the five buildings surrounding Independence National Historic Park and pick up one or two pins at each location that you will need for your final challenge. Once you have all pins, you can receive your next clue from the woman waiting at the Liberty Bell. Keep these pins for later in the race.
Destinations List:
Independence Hall (crocodile pin and clock pin)
Congress Hall (mummy pin and shopping stall pin)
Franklin Court (sun pin and book pin)
Bishop White House (jail cell pin)
New Hall Military Museum (sea turtle pin)
Clue #6
Drive to The Philadelphia Print Shop for your next clue.
Clue #7
Search the store’s many maps for eleven maps that highlight all of the countries you visited along the race. Once you think you have all of the maps, ask the woman at the front desk to check your answers. If you have it correct, you’ll receive your next clue.
Clue #8
Drive to Penns Landing Heliport and take a helicopter over Philadelphia to Valley Forge National Historic Park. Near the landing area will be a wall where you must use the pins, souvenirs, and bells you collected along the way to put up your maps in the order you went to them. Each pin must correspond with the location on the map. When you’ve pinned everything up correctly, you’ll receive your final clue.
Clue #9
Run to the final pit stop, at the Visitor’s Center, where all the eliminated teams are waiting. Go, go, go!
Final Pit Stop, Leg 13
11 countries
6 continents
Over 30,000 miles
first: 1mil
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