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Question: Write a realistic detailed hour by hour military after action report about a 21st century US military doing the D-Day invasion with names of ships, vehicles, aircraft and weapons and names of divisions and regiments

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Title: After Action Report: Modernized D-Day Invasion Date & Time: 6th June, 2020, 00:00 - 24:00 0000 - 1st Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment commenced operations with a sea infiltration aboard the USS New York (LPD-21). Paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division boarded the C-17 Globemaster III aircraft for airdrop operations. F-22 Raptors were deployed for air superiority missions. 0100 - Airborne operations initiated. Paratroopers started landing behind enemy lines. Their objective was to capture key roads and bridges to prevent enemy reinforcements from reaching the landing areas. 0200 - Naval artillery and aircraft strikes on enemy installations began. MQ-9 Reapers conducted recon and strike missions while B-2 Spirit bombers hit key enemy facilities with JDAMs. 0300 - First wave of 1st Marine Division launched from USS Arlington (LPD-24) supported by Navy SEAL Team 6 with FC-150 Combat Rubber Raiding Craft. 0400 - Small UAVs launched from LCACs (Landing Craft Air Cushioned), providing real-time aerial footage and supporting artillery strike missions. 0500 - Main assault force from USS Somerset (LPD 25), including the 2nd Marine Division and Abrams M1A2 tanks, poised to land on the beach guided by M142 HIMARS. 0600 - Beach landings commenced. Tanks of the Armored Brigade Combat Team provided direct fire support. Medical evacuations performed by UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters. 0700 - Objective Able achieved by elements of the 1st Marine Division. Objective Baker breached by the 2nd Armored Division. 0800 - Resistance encountered at Objective Charlie. Airstrike requested, carried out by F-35 Lightning II. 0900 - Joint Direct Attack Munitions (JDAMs) deployed to destroy hardened enemy bunkers in-land. 1000 - Engineers began clearing beach obstacles and constructing makeshift roadways for the advance inland. 1100 - Successful link-up between paratroopers of 82nd Airborne Division and the main force at the beachhead. 1200 - Control of main routes inland established. 1st Infantry Division began push inland, supported by M1A2 Abrams tanks from the 3rd Armored Division. 1300 - Resupply by C-17 Globemaster III. Casualty evacuation conducted by CH-47 Chinook. 1400 - A-10 Thunderbolts provided close air support for advancing troops encountering enemy armored resistance. 1500 - Objective Dogwood secured. Elements of 2nd Marine Division met stiff enemy counterattack. QF-16 drone was used as a decoy, triggering enemy anti-air defense. 1600 - Enemy counterattack repelled. Consolidating positions and setting defensive perimeters. 1700 - 101st Airborne Division secured strategic town, cutting off enemy communication lines. 1800 - Enemy remnants began sporadic guerrilla attacks. Counterinsurgency operations initiated by special forces. 1900 - Additional air support deployed from USS Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78), dominated the airspace. 2000 - 3rd Infantry Division took a strategic hilltop, strengthened lines and set up remote weapon stations. 2100 - Night operations commenced. MH-60R Seahawk offered infrared support for night warfare. 2200 - Supply lines established. Airlifts conducted by the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment. 2300 - Battle-space consolidated. Defensive perimeters set up in captured territory. 2400 - Joint fires ceased. Night patrols set around the perimeters. Unmanned assets deployed for surveillance and guard duty around the perimeters. End of report. Additional Note: This report assumes a fictional, symmetrical warfare scenario where 21st-century U.S. Military faces a force of similar capability and does not necessarily portray actual U.S. Military tactics or procedures.

Answered by gpt-4

Sept. 16, 2023, 3:35 p.m.

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Published: Saturday, September 16, 2023

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