Capture Initiation Theory
C.I.T. is based on the theory that every base capture requires established, well-placed spawn logistics, with a compliment of combined arms to respond to enemy threats to each element of the platoon, with the ultimate goal of controlling and maintaining control of the spawn logistics so that the NC population, at large, will provide the infantry numbers to complete the base capture.
- Blue Lions Air Cavalry (BLAC) performs recon and provides sitrep
- Blue Lions Infantry Company (BLIC) maintains a primary spawn sunderer closest to a single control point, opposite the enemy spawn room, with as much cover from enemy armor as possible.
- BLIC maintains a secondary sunderer in either an overwatch position over the primary sunderer, or offset as a retreat and regroup point.
- Blue Lions Armor Company (BLACOM) maintains a zone of control in front of the primary and secondary sunderers.
- Blue Lions Support Company (BLSC) support the BLACOM elements with repair and ammo sunderers, doubling as emergency replacement sunderers in the event a primary or secondary goes down.
- BLIC having established a router construction base on the backlines of NC territory, place a router pad on the chosen control point.
- BLIC places a spawn beacon near the control point, opposite from the enemy spawn room.
- BLIC performs a point hold defense.
- BLIC positions a stalker infiltrator in an overwatch position who remains cloaked for the entirety of the capture, spotting priority threats and placing a new beacon for Mass Aeriel Redeployment Strike (MARS).
- BLAC performs Combat Air Patrols (CAP) over the target base.
- BLAC performs bombing runs on enemy armor and spawn logistics.
- BLACOM and BLSC provide ground AA support to the area, creating a zone of denial to enemy air.
- With the focused effort of organized combined arms tactics, well-planned spawn logistics endure and fellow NC push through to the remaining objectives until the base capture is complete.
BL Air Cavalry (BLAC) performs recon and provides sitrep.