1970, Sahrani’s democractically elected president has been executed and replaced with a military dictator. Due to their bombing of civilian and military targets alike still loyal to the previous regime, the United Nations has stepped in and sent peacekeepers to key areas of Sahrani. Rahmadi is one such location, a tiny island off the coast. It is a vital airstrip we use as a staging point for all of our aid choppers and planes, but has since been cut off from ressuply by requisitioned civilian trawlers fitted with anti-air weaponry.
Your company has been tasked with the defense of the east side of the island. The first line fell rapidly to the enemy, who stormed the beaches in the night and set up a beach-head only a few hundred meters away from our position in defile. Attempts to dislodge them have proven fruitless and resulted in several wounded, we just do not have the numbers. We are expecting them to launch an assault on the town any hour now. We have wounded in the buildings of the town and cannot afford to give up our positions.
We have precious little time to prepare. High command cannot reach us with supplies or reinforcements, yet deems it nessecary that we hold the island to the last bullet. Dig in, pass the ammunition, and by God’s grace we will survive the night.
Do not fire unless fired upon. The enemy may be willing to negotiate.