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Offline Adam Grigoriu

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OPR Conducts Readiness Exercises
« on: November 18, 2020, 04:08:19 PM »
For Immediate Release
Col. Adam Grigoriu
OPR, RTMC HQ

OPR Conducts Readiness Exercises


The Office Of Preparedness and Response recently conducted a readiness exercise. From 2100Z 15 NOV 2020 to 2000Z 16 NOV 2020, OPR personnel tested our capability to function in an operational environment with confounding environmental factors with minimal power, equipment, and personnel. No serious deficiencies were noted, and minor issues with communications equipment were noted and have since been rectified. Practical training exercises in the mitigation of serious weather-related natural disasters were also conducted.

OPR would like to use this opportunity to remind the wider Talossan Defense Ministry and Talossan citizenry in general that preparedness is the responsibility of every service member and citizen, and that given the current issues facing Talossans at home and around the world, we all must do our part. Combatting the novel coronavirus is an utmost priority for OPR and we lend our invincible moral support to those on the front lines. If there is any aid OPR personnel may lend to the Talossan civilian government, Talossan citizens, or Cestours in our area of operations, we stand ready and willing to assist. MOD personnel are advised to send their requests via normal channels.
Minister of the Interior
Colonel, Royal Talossan Marine Corps
Director of the Office of Preparedness and Response, RTMC HQ

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Re: OPR Conducts Readiness Exercises
« Reply #1 on: November 19, 2020, 11:30:06 PM »
OPR would also like to note that despite any evidence to the contrary, this was planned in advance and absolutely not a result of loss of power to the OPR Barracks as a result of the weather.
Minister of the Interior
Colonel, Royal Talossan Marine Corps
Director of the Office of Preparedness and Response, RTMC HQ