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KeyMe​—what could go wrong? "...using the app, you can store scanned copies of your keys on their server and download them at a kiosk."
KeyMe mobile app scans your physical keychain and lets you "download" at Lowe's.
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Operation Irish Pride Sitrep

Total Layers: 10
Total MU: 9,594,257
First layer up: 18:33 EDT
Last layer destroyed: 19:29 EDT
Field survival time: 56 minutes
Number of agents achieving platinum Illuminator: 9
Accidental Video Calls: 5
Accidental video calls for which "0 days since last video call accident" image was posted by two or more agents: 2

Agents:
 +Jenn Papworth (Jenguin)
 +Patrick Danforth  (DeaconDan)
 +Alyson Rice  (Stagnator)
+Adam Davis   (SolarFusion)
+Eric Krolak   (TheFavouredOne)
 +Brighid S  (BrighidS)
 +Kristin Bridges (Kpixydiva)
 +Patti Burey  (ChasingInsanity)
 +Shawnshine Johnson  (Shawnshinz)
 +Paul Johnson (codebd)
 +Paul Johnson  (stilldriver)
+Chris Barrett   (Elypz)
+Andrew Young   (iggy1375)
+Andrea Deyns   (HappyKillmore)
+Bort Edwards (biogeek6)
+Alexander Moy   (Friedjack)
 +Frank Horowitz (FrankToil)
 +Sarah Miller  (CatrpilrQueen)
+Chris Bridges   (GLCustard)
 +Steve Kennison  (Zebra54)
 +Glenn Herdy  (tcrweb)
+J Lutynski (Zenn)
Patrick Purcell (Frogggee)



Operation Irish Pride began as an effect of agent IGGY1375 remembering me saying "I'd like to organize a large op at some point" and repeatedly telling me to let him know when and where and he'd be happy to help.  Ultimately, it was inevitable that eventually this was going to happen and I'd better schedule it within his availability. Realizing that it was just a few days before St. Patrick's day, painting upstate NY green for the holiday seemed like a great theme.

Having designed a field that would blanket both Rochester and Syracuse, I reached out to JENGUIN to help me recruit agents in appropriate areas.  FRIEDJACK, SOLARFUSION and DEACONDAN were brought on board, and as the op progressed, each helped add a few more agents as needed to our blocker and thrower teams.

Keys were harvested, hundreds of miles were driven shuffling them around, timetables were discussed.  Days past.  A few days before Throw Day, a high level blue agent linked up Ithaca requiring the recruitment of CATRPILRQUEEN and FRANKTOIL to clear it out.  On throw day, other than Ithaca, the only blockers outside of Ithaca were a limited number of greens, so a clear team was stationed at each blocker with instructions to hold off until just before throw time.

Approximately 3 minutes before scheduled blocker removal, an agent informed me that they had "ADA'd early".  Not wanting to set off any flags (and blocking links), I immediately called for all agents to remove blockers and prepare to throw their first links.  The first field went up about 3 minutes early, and the entirety of the field was completed 11 minutes before the target checkpoint.  

NE and SE anchor agents were instructed to guard the portals on site, the West anchor team was immediately dispatched to Buffalo to tear down the resistance field that went up over it for the same checkpoint. (Special thanks from Buffalo and Toronto agents for doing this!)


Throw day had three major scares: 

First state of panic on throw day - the portals listed in the throw list did not match the keys that agents were supposed to have.  This was my mistake, I had gotten my drawings confused and the drawing (and throw list) were a portal 47 meters from the one for which we had swapped keys.  This was fortunately a very easy adjustment and did not create more friendly blockers.

Second panic - a software glitch led to a key vanishing on the west anchor under 10 minutes before throw time.  Iggy1375 reported to ops that he "did not have" one of the needed keys to the SouthEast Anchor - upon checking inventories, it was found after resetting their scanners.  At least 4 agents reported having "nearly had heart attacks".

Third panic - two resistance agents showed up at a portal that was being staked out for blocker removal by THEFAVOUREDONE.  Later intel suggests that they were intending on expanding another large field eastward.  Apparently upon seeing our agent staking out this portal, they decided that their plan would not come to fruition.

THANKS TO ALL PARTICIPANTS!

First, let me say - In case I forget anyone (and I'm going to be careful not to), you all deserve my thanks!  This op, though nerve-racking at times, ended up going very smoothly during the critical "Final 40 minutes", and I have all of you to thank for it.

Anyone who did "excessive travel", and sometimes "excessive waiting around for orders", you all know who you are - whether to get keys (Brighid/Patti), bring me keys (Patrick), tear down blockers (Chris and Eric), throw links (Andy/Andrea), or just relieve me on a long trip (Bort), everyone who took time out of their schedule to travel is immensely appreciated.  Also I'd like to recognize Kristen, Chris, and Alex for extra emergency travel on the final day - your contribution took a great load off my shoulders.

Jenn and Adam, for helping significantly with recruiting and getting me a lot of great people all over the map.  Jenn very much wanted to be a part of the activity and couldn't, but even still the contribution she made in bringing in great people was appreciated.

Frank, Sarah and "J", for coming on board last minute and cleaning up an unforeseen mess - also Frank, your experience shined through and all of your input was truly appreciated, even if I seemed to brush some of it off.

Shawn - great catch at the last minute on the mislabeled throw list.  If you hadn't caught that, it would have derailed multiple layers - you saved us!

Paul, Paul, Steve and Alyson (the folks I didn't get to talk to) - thanks for coming out and helping.  Extra throwers, and extra people to raise the level of resonators helped better protect the anchors and get the throwing done more quickly to get in before checkpoint.

Quick special mention of Andy and Eric for convincing me to do this and informing me that I probably "have a knack for it" - without your guys input and confidence, this likely would never have seen the light of day.

Glenn, who will likely deny any involvement and has probably already told me to leave him off,  who has been open to answering my annoying questions and sharing with me the knowledge of countless ops that he's already run (and constantly reminding me that he couldn't answer everything, and I needed to learn from my own mistakes, not the ones he's made already)


MU Totals by field and agent: 

SolarFusion-953,614
biogeek6-954,367
stilldriver-955,335
Shawnshinz-958,327
Iggy1375-959,146
codebd-959,280
SolarFusion-959,823
happykillmore-963,378
Stagnator-963,757
DeaconDan-967,230

#ingress   #sitrep    #baf   #enlightened   #niantic   #smurftears   #intelisnotacrime  
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