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Mandy July 15, Can you lose hope without losing faith? I used to want to love and be loved, I have been told what a great person I am how lucky the man in my would be to be with me but no one has ever stayed, well actually I have never stayed. Then ask myself what am I giving off?
I am faced with people telling me that my standards are too high, that I have high expectations and wanting a good man is a fairytale. I am well aware of the imperfections of man, myself included, I would never ask anything of someone I am not willing to put on the table so how can I be deemed unreasonable and fantastical?? I too will think good of people until they show me otherwise because I believe everyone deserves a fair chance.
I am constantly working on myself, trying to gain perspective from the outside in and from the inside out, so I become a person I would like to date. I love the people who are here for me to love, my family and my friends.
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Our lives are being changed by your story. Christine July 15, Thank you for this! It seems every weekend someone I know is getting married and it is so hard. It is so helpful to know I am not alone.
Jen July 15, So much of what you wrote today are word for word on pages of my journal. The worst part of singleness is the shame thrown on you by society and the inability to bring the fear, loneliness, self-doubt, insecurities, anger, and sadness to light. It is only by being honest about those feelings, talking about those feelings, sharing those feelings, and praying over those feelings do they begin to lose their power.
Thank you for being brave enough to share on such a large platform. Those words needed to be said. Those words will empower. Joanna Brown July 16, I thank you for your honesty. It is very much appreciated. Certainly taking the mask off. This includes church folks and family members.
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Thank you for being so vulnerable. Thank you for sharing. It truly was a blessing to read! Brigit Thank you for sharing your feelings. I am 41 and in the same boat. Miranda I definitely needed to hear this. Thanks for sharing this with us Mandy, I really need it. Yes…we are definitely not alone. I think we all have those thoughts. What were those seven force multiplying factors, which needed to be held firmly in play on Mother Earth, through leadership — the participative open-minded kind?
Success together with communication and teamwork raised high productivity and high morale — tell me all about it. Go all out for information superiority, whilst denying it to the enemy. The latter mix led to quality decision-making and precision engagement. The norm simply stated is that psychological to the physical, is as three is to one. May the best man, with the highest morale, using the terrain optimally and knowing his enemy by heart and sinew, win! Through the issuing of this code word counter-insurgency contingency plans were immediately activated and previously arranged combat and support resources were released for action.
The respective part-time area force units AFU — similar to erstwhile commando units in South Africa were the first-line responders. This happened according to elaborate stand-by arrangements. It was worked out beforehand for each year to keep a few staff officers higher up busy.
The force composition included military as well as police forces. Those part-time force pilots knew the terrain in SWA extremely well. Transport aircraft, helicopter gunships and light reconnaissance and liaison aircraft flew in to Tsumeb airfield as if cheaper by the dozen.
It was merriment to have your own air force. It was viewed as the bulwark against major enemy incursions into the Death Triangle from the north. It was a reactive plan. A wait and see plan and then come awake plan. I did not like that plan. I had propagated the re-invention of Operation Awake many a time after we had completed Operation Carrot successfully by 18 April Early in 61 Mech had developed its own contingency plan anyway, within the constraints imposed by Operation Awake.
In due fairness, the higher military realms had not provided sufficient military resources to Sector 30 to do a proper pre-emptive job. They therefore sat twiddling their thumbs, waiting for the enemy to strike every blooming April. Only then would they start defending their wickets — makes you think about sense and non-sense does it not?
Sector 30 was therefore the one responsible to counter the insurgent threat into the White farming area south of the Red Line. The sector relied on the efficiency of Sectors 10 and 20 to their north to stop or impede the foe.
If this did not work, boy, then they were in deep trouble! Even so, Sector 30 relied on tactical intelligence and early warning generated from up north, to get their house in order to the south in time. If all else failed up north, Sector 30 had to rely on early warning of enemies coming for them from up there — who, what, where, when, how? Sector 30 was more attuned to farm protection and the continuous training of their part-time force units and members. They had no other forces to deploy and were therefore a completely reactive force.
The meagre infantry numbers of the Northern Border Company patrolled and swept the Bravo cut-line second-by-second. There were no more Buffels and eyes to go around doing anything serious about the Alpha and Charlie cut-lines further to their north. Stand and Deliver — Innocent Communities to the South. O yes, the innocent peoples living on the edge to the south of the Red Line were informed by their military compatriots: So the cut-lines it were and the ever vigilant super efficient area force units as the bulwark against terrorism.
Thanks heaven for that. Luckily for them the friendlier that 61 Mech lurked in the bushy fringes of Ovamboland at Omuthiya within striking distance of the Death Triangle. If the enemy crossed the battle lines to the north, fun and dying was to be had to the south.
The shooting lasted about two months and then ended for a while; until about the same time the next year. Then once again, repeat performances of the Winter Games, again-and-bloody-again ad infinitum. Until death once again ripped us apart by means of a landmine explosion, fighting gunships or something unholy to be found in abundance in the bush.
Life there, up north, was then usually followed by two months of agony, interspersed with minute spurts of ecstasy. Afterwards it was back to peaceful farming, doing business, window-shopping and undergoing schooling again… Back to normal life south of the Red Line — thanks army, thanks police, thanks air force, thanks 61 Mech. If the enemy crossed the battle lines drawn to the north… Alpha, Bravo and Charlie… then the heavens of the SADF, SWATF and the police will open, flooding umpteen fighting ground and air force units into the Death Triangle — the more the merrier; at what cost?
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This normally lasted until the crisis was resolved in the Death Triangle by means of high intensity counter-insurgency warfare, search and destroy style. The reason for this was simple. In SWAPO had done their homework, they came back better prepared and more dedicated and ferocious. It took the security forces close on two months to find, fix and destroy them. Came March-April a large number of insurgents were stealthily making their way southwards from southern Angola, fanatically so.
They had a plan! Who knew about this? Those insurgents of theirs, who infiltrated hundreds of kilometres from southern Angola through to Tsumeb on foot, had pure guts. It was a treacherous journey, considering fierce dangers from harsh environ, opposing heavily armed angry men and their umpteen war machines. From the area of Techamutete-Cassinga to the border alone is approximately km by foot, through treacherous dense bush clad veldt.
From the Angolan border to Tsumeb the terrorists snuck a further km southwards by foot. This happened with black combat boots, Chinese rice patterned combat fatigues, AK rifles, drab veldt rucksacks and some other devious goodies of their devilish trade. Their arsenal included propaganda pamphlets and badges of SWAPO which could be dished out to willing and unwilling recipients.
Also mines and more mines and a few SAM-7s Russian shoulder launched ant-aircraft missile system they brought with them this time around.
I salute them as one soldier to another. They were no military walk-over this time around.
Let us keep the politics out of this argument for the moment. The lights of the mining town of Tsumeb and the flickering red lights on the communication masts near the Lake Otjikoto would soon be winking at the insurgents in the night. The glow would guide them towards the south into a killing field — like a flame entices a moth. The unit had an active strength of about four hundred combatants. Their command cadre underwent rigorous training overseas in Eastern Bloc countries and in China.
New recruits were carefully selected for infiltration missions, especially those earmarked for the deep raids directed at the White farming area, south of the Red Line. The commander of Volcano was legendary Danger Ashipala. Danger was supported in the command by his second-in-command Kapoko, political commissar High Court as well as engineering commander Kandove.
The names of these insurgents denoted their combat names, which they used for security purposes. Many of these insurgents became legendary under their combat names during the border war. After the war I have met a few of them with a beer in hand, really nice people.
Volcano was well trained in subversive tactics such as: Infiltration; counter-tracking; field craft; survival; camouflage and concealment; deception; ambushing; attacks; sabotage; mine-laying; surprise killings; special demolitions; communications; basic first-aid; political and propaganda actions. In as a young paratrooper captain I went to Taiwan on a special warfare course to learn what mainland China was teaching our enemy — the subjects mentioned above.
We referred to this as: The main operational base of Volcano was located approximately 35km south-west of Lubango. From the interrogations of sixteen captured insurgents later on, Captain Gerrie Hugo could draw a neat sketch of the base and position its whereabouts close to Lubango. This was another juicy target for our Special Forces or the air force, or both, to be had somewhere in the near future. Volcano was organised into ten platoons of 35 — 45 men each.
The platoon commanders were: The building of this picture was in the capable hands of Captain Gerrie Hugo, the intelligence officer of 61 Mech who also acted as the intelligence officer for Operation Yahoo.
It was a grand team, clever guys, working as a close knit team — out think the foe was the norm. All sixteen of them who were captured during the course of the operation, participated spontaneously in this interesting play-off. It was truly not necessary for undue persuasion; most of the times our friends spilled the beans within 30 minutes of being captured.
It was amazing to see. Another extremely valuable source of intelligence was captured enemy documents found on the living or the dead. What was further interesting to observe was that all our intelligence requirements, formulated at the beginning of the operation, were satisfied as we shot insurgent-by-insurgent, jot and title. Tick the box — who, what, where, when, why and how. His group carried a large quantity of explosives and vehicle as well as personnel mines.
For what, who and why, nobody could tell us. That was before the heroes of the revolution departed for their respective missions. Sam Nujoma did it in person. The final instructions to the insurgent commanders were withheld until the last minutes before their departure. This was how strict SWAPO was about keeping this particular raid secret and to maintain operational security.
The main message portrayed by the senior cadre was that: Sally forth and do it comrades! The seven groups left their base near Lubango and travelled by vehicle to Matala and then eventually to the Techamutete-Cassinga area, the jump-off point. From the border to Tsumeb was another km. In my book their effort portrayed sheer guts and tenacity.
Mandume had already left for his reconnaissance mission to eastern Ovamboland. Kilimandjaro and his platoon left a few days later as well. They travelled from their base by vehicle to the area of Cahama. The other two eastern groups were tasked to commit terrorist actions in the Mangetti slightly to the north of the Red Line.
Part of their mission was to deceive the security forces and to fix and attack them in the Mangetti.Always go after the Ugly Girl
The Tasking of the Respective Insurgent Groupings — Devious Deeds to be Done It is interesting to note that Volcano was on its way to infiltrate as far southwards by foot, as we had raided northwards by vehicle and parachute during Operation Daisy in November There would, however, be more killing in Aprilthan there were in November The enemy groups were infiltrating in large numbers right through the reasonably closely packed screen of security forces, The enemy would cross in the night, on 14 Aprilto the east of Omuthiya, half-way between the road leading to Ondangwa in the west and the one to Rundu in the east.
We would meet the enemy at midday on the Bravo cut-line, on 15 April, km east of Tsintsabis — destiny? Interestingly enough, to come back to Operation Daisy for a moment, 61 Mech had left Omuthiya on 30 October for Chitequeta, to participate in Operation Daisy.
The main target complex for Daisy was about km south-east of Techamutete-Cassinga — from where Volcano now came. Was the deep raid by Volcano a fair warning for what, in the future?
Political games shall continue elsewhere, not our worries at the moment. It was a political war, a revolutionary war, not only a military one which Operation Yahoo was part of!
They had a far and perilous way to go southwards by foot and rucksack and AK and Pom-Z mine. After the crossing the enemy broke up into three smaller groups of 20, 20 and 12 each.
Their next rendezvous was Okasheshete, in the operational area of Sector The vanguard of 20 insurgents made contact with the security forces close to Okasheshete on Friday 9 April One of the enemies surrendered the next day in the Ogandjera tribal area. Due to this contact the respective insurgent groups were prevented from rendezvousing at Okasheshete. On Sunday 11 April the security forces once again made contact with those insurgents in the Ogandjera tribal area.
On 15 April two groups of 20 insurgents were reported at Namatanga. The insurgents who were left over stealthily made their way southwards. The first group of insurgents was reported to the security forces on 29 Aprilon the farm Welkom, in the district of Kamanjab. The route the insurgents had followed had taken them from the border, southwards past Ogandjera, past the salt pans and along the Okashide road further to the south.
Their first contact with the security forces waited for the insurgents on 30 Aprilwhen four of them would be killed. On 9 April three of the eastern insurgent groups were reported near Oshifitu. They drove right into an ambush with their heavily armed Casspirs.
It transpired at 15h00 on 10 April near Ehahe. Koevoet reported that they had made contact with a group of more than 90 insurgents. They had killed eight of them. The enemy had immediately scattered and their tracks were later on lost, during a number of follow-ups, which followed suit. On 8 April a further group of 40 tracks were reported in the vicinity of Nkongo. The tracks led southwards. The security forces followed the insurgents for a while, but later on lost the tracks.
On 10 April an awesome tracks were located approximately 30km south of Beacon The tracks initially led south, then turned north-east, and were eventually lost during a pursuit by the security forces.
On 11 April at 19h00, a Buffel mine protected vehicle on patrol from Sector 10, detonated a mine on the Charlie cut-line, 30km to the north of Tsintsabis. The tracks of twenty insurgents were subsequently followed-up.
The enemy tracks lead in an easterly direction. The Tasking of the Respective Insurgent Groupings — Devious Deeds to be Done Let us pause for a while and consider the initial tasking of the groups, before they left their base near Lubango. This is relevant for the story about the grand infiltration southwards, which follows on below. His target zone was Omaruru and Otjiwarongo.
They had some way to go. His was to infiltrate through the unforgiving Kamanjab-Etosha corridor and aim for Kamanjab and Outjo to die there. He was apparently on his way to an area with the name Shamkweyu, which was unknown to the security forces.
It was surmised later on by the intelligence community at Sectors 10 and 20, that Nangobe and Castro had been dispatched to go and cause devious trouble in the Okavango.
These actions to a great extent were aimed at deception and disruption — the enemy knew well that the security forces patrolled and followed up by vehicle, these were their counter-measures in this dangerous game.
They were to expend all their ammunitions and explosives and only then, after a month or so, exfiltrate northwards, back to Angola, with lesser combat weight. Then to go underground. Their work was then to organise an underground movement and to establish a clandestine logistics network, leading back to Ovamboland.
Sally forth insurgents and do the devious deeds the grand masters wish you to do in the Deep South. Yours is not to wonder why, but to do or die, into the valley of death… How did our own intelligence put the above-mentioned information together into a coherent near-real-time enemy picture, came early April ?
Who the hell knows? This particular story is told in some detail in the script following on below. It is about a series of bloody events which played out on the Bravo cut-line close to Tsintsabis on 15 April The two enemy groups of Kayofa and Kalulu, who had been tasked for the Mangetti, had a very specific mission. It was focused on achieving deception and disruption. It was well timed as an opening gambit and was to occur as the three groups of Ndowishi, Kaunda and Shikongo crossed over the Bravo cut-line into the farming area during the night of 14 April The Mangetti ruse was furthermore intended to provide a measure of freedom for the other three groups.
Firstly to cross more-or-less undetected over the Bravo cut-line into the traditional farming area. Secondly to win some time and space for their infiltrators to get deeper inside the Death Triangle; that is before the counter-insurgency forces could react effectively. It later on became clear to us that the enemy had studied the tactics followed during previous counter-infiltration operations very, very, very carefully.
Theirs was a clever ruse. The enemy in the Mangetti had effectively targeted the security forces. Their mission was to ambush and lay mines and then to withdraw unscathed back to Angola.
This they did, bar the three left dead in the Mangetti with their SAM-7 after being taken out by Alouette gunships on the fateful 15th. I will tell you about later.
Keep politics and propaganda gains out of this for the moment. Young Insurgents Were Left to be Minced The majority of the other three terrorist groups Ndowishi, Kaunda and Shikongowere made up of young recruits.
They were the cannon-fodder, left to be minced by an immense counter-insurgency task force to be assembled soon. It was therefore quite easy to dispatch of them by means of fire and brimstone once the battle was joined. This factor dawned more-and-more on our enemy, when the realities became suddenly clear to them that their game was over.
The war on the ground was all about living or dying and not about being heroes for the revolution. This was where the trouble started on the 14th of April When the trouble started that night, the Northern Border Company bore the brunt of discovering the enemy on its own.
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They found numerous enemy tracks on the Bravo cut-line, surging over into the farming area. The respective area force units of Sector 30 were already on stand-by.
They were the first line of defence — especially their outstanding tracker teams. This happened close to Tsintsabis. Two Puma helicopters and two Alouette gunships arrived at the scene of conflict at Tsintsabis early on the 15th. Almost immediately afterwards they saw action as well. Following suit in next to no time were additional forces hastily marshalled for the crisis in the Death Triangle. The counter-insurgency task force mobilised for Tsumeb, Grootfontein and Otavi in the east comprised more than 3 highly committed soldiers.
At times the force was carried into battle by more than four to five hundred vehicles. The ground force fielded close on: Sixteen infantry companies; an armoured car squadron Ratel ; an additional artillery battery personnel only ; a field engineer troop and; nine SAP Koevoet teams, constituting men alone.
This included the deployment of up to five tactical HQs at a time. The air force array included light aircraft from the part-time commando air force units of SWA. Amongst them was the legendary Tickely Kessler, armed and dangerous. Tickely Kessler could launch grenades from his light civilian aircraft through specially fitted pipes and shoot at the ground with a brace of AK rifles slung beneath his fuselage. He had the uncanny knack of spotting terrorists hidden in the denseness below and to track them through long grass from his Beechcraft Bonanza.
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The man was German, had a moustache and seemed as if he had just returned from fighting in the northern desert with Rommel in The time would soon come for me to clean his dashboard, some left-over breakfast from twisting and turning in the sky, to search for terrorists — one of my more embarrassing moments. In the west lay Kamanjab and Outjo… The trouble had not started there yet. That would come on the 30th. Sector 30 was also keeping a watchful eye there, with some of their meagre resources.
Counter Insurgency Task Force East — Action Stations Let me lift the shroud somewhat and indicate how the counter-insurgency task force in the east was organised before we start with the fighting. How the different force elements were employed will be given explanation on top. Included in the 61 Mech arsenal was a Headquarters Company support companywhich was commanded by Major Giel Reinecke, my logistics officer.
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