Aircraft Operations

This document gives an overview of all the tactics employed by airmen in the most common situations. Infantry transport as well as close air support are covered.

Contents

Platoon

This standard operating procedure defines the structure and responsibility of a platoon. It is primarily directed at PL(s) and PM(s) or PSG(s) of the Platoon Leadership Element, or aspiring ones. Understanding this SOP is key to your leadership development, progression and performance and…

Cover and Concealment

The first rule of "not being shot" is ensuring that the enemy either cannot see you or cannot hit you, or both.

  • Concealment is anything that keeps the enemy from seeing you. Typically this comes in the form of brush, bushes, thin sheet metal or wood, and other materials that are…

Basic Navigation

This document outlines our basic SOP for Land Navigation. Although sometimes GPS's are available it is frequently necessary to read and more generally use the maps provided. The skills outlined here could for instance be used to call out enemy positions for CAS, communicate exfil points or relay…

Rules of Engagement

Rules of Engagement or ("ROE") are the guidelines issued by field leaders to govern the employment of our members personal weapons. We have three ROE states and are assumed to be operating under a baseline "universal ROE" state otherwise.

Positive Identification

Enemy military…

Explosive Ordnance Disposal

This SOP explains how to place, disarm and generally behave around explosives.

ACE3 Equipment

M57 Detonator "Clacker" - Shorter range detonator, NEEDED for Claymores and M4A1 SLAMs.

M26 RAMS - Longer range detonator.

Dead Man Switch - Detonator that activates…

Battle Drills

The Battle Drill SOP introduces the standardized way to react to a common battlefield event, all field leaders should fully understand the main Battle Drills. They ensure that everyone is on the same page and allow for a rapid reaction to any event with the minimum of orders needing to be issued…

Situational Awareness

Situational awareness simply means that you are alert to your surrounding environment and can leverage your knowledge of the battlefield's state to make tactical decisions and judgement calls.Maintaining good situational awareness is key to preventing friendly casualties. Proper situational…

Fireteams

This standard operating procedure defines the structure and responsibility of a fireteam.. Understanding this SOP is key to your leadership development, progression and performance and understanding of infantry. For SOPs see Movement, Formations and Battle Drills.

Organization &…

Buddy Teams

A buddy team is usually defined as two soldiers in the same unit who look after each other at all times. Work with your fellow soldiers to accomplish goals; adopt the highest standards set by your unit. As a member of 2BN, you train and fight alongside them as part of a team.

We ensure…

Squads

This standard operating procedure defines the structure and responsibility of a squad. It is primarily directed at SL(s) and members of the 1st Fireteam, or aspiring ones. Understanding this SOP is key to your leadership development, progression and performance and understanding of infantry. For…

Formations

This document outlines the Standard Operating Procedures regarding formations used by IGT.

Formations act as a guide for where people should be to best fit the situation. They are very flexible and are adapted as needed to fit any given situation. Everyone should be familiar with the…

COC

The Chain of Command (COC) refers to the series of leaders who oversee the battalion and the way information flows up and down through them and the battalions ranks - it's purpose is to allow every member to know what circumstances would result in them taking command of their element in game and…

Types of Fire

A firearm can be used to effect different results in a combat situation by employing fire in different ways. These types of fire vary in volume, rhythm and intent. 

Point Fire

This is the most basic type of fire. In this, you see the enemy clearly enough to be able to aim at…

Medical Procedures

This SOP describes the proper procedure for the medical treatment of wounded personnel on the battlefield, as they should be preformed by a medic.



Vital Signs:

    Blood pressure

        NOTE:the systolic blood pressure is the number on the left, the…

Communication

Good communication will provide accurate and timely information to those who need it. Information is necessary to successfully execute combat operations. It enables leaders to make decisions, and give orders. While communicating, we use special terms called pro-words; they are key for…

Indirect Fire

This Indirect Fire document outlines our SOP for calling in indirect fire on a target. The aim of this document is to give you a theoretical understanding of how to properly call in, or execute a fire mission, for maximum effect on target, and with a minimum delay.

Before we start, there…

Movement

There are a variety of movement techniques that we use. Utilizing the best one for a situation will do a great deal to protect a team and provide security as well as flexibility, and it's important that all players are familiar with the differences between the various types.

Guidelines…

Convoys

This SOP outlines tactics employed when in a convoy of multiple vehicles.

Speed in a convoy tends to result in security. This is due to the fact that speed makes it harder to engage the vehicles with threat weapons. However if a convoy is spread out too far, the mutual support of each…