Threat Entity Database Entry
Authorized Response Level:
N/A (Confirmed Destroyed, File Archived)
A large juvenile Anas platyrhynchos duckling despite no age confirmed. The coloration of the parathreat's skin and feathers are a bright yellow with spiral colored red and white headphones with the bridge of the headphones being white.
LTE-4939-Corona posseses unique combat methods, which includes: Making a motion similar to that of Anas platyrhynchos attempting to take flight and taking flight while laying eggs with explosive qualities, pecking, making a motion similar to that of the first method but instead causing increased air force against a designated target, and the most interesting, playing a guitar manifested from unknown sources and playing the guitar, causing the parathreat to heal, making the parathreat a mild regenerator.
History and Liquidation:
LTE-4939-Corona was first discovered when a small landmass went missing and multiple witnesses reporting that they witnessed a "floating island". The location of the island in which the parathreat resides on is located above Sweden.
LTE-4939-Corona was succesfully terminated on August ██, 2019 after Strike Team 8910 "Bloodhounds" was deployed to terminate the parathreat and the mission was labelled as a success.
A large parathreat located on a floating island above Sweden has been spotted.
After reports of a small landmass disappearing with no explanation and several witnesses stating that they saw a floating island over Sweden, an Assesment team was deployed due to paranormal activity.
The Assesment team was able to locate the floating island and an unknown parathreat on the island at the time. An observation drone was deployed to scout the island and observe the parathreat.
Parathreat was identified as an immediate threat as it attempted to attack the drone, the drone was undamaged.
Detain and question the witnesses of the floating island and perform basic cover up for the missing landmass.
Secure the location in which the island is floating over to ensure that no civilians interact with the parathreat.
Prepare a Rules of Engagement for the parathreat for immediate engagement.
[1 | DSA | Deployment and Support Aircraft | 2]
Notes: Used for deploying strike teams and support strike teams against a parathreat.
AT/ST Patrol Report (Debrief)
Involved Assesment/Strike Team:
Encounter Report/Enemy Description:
We deployed to engage the parathreat, but it took a while due to the parathreat preventing us from landing so we had to have the other DSA cover us with fire while we landed. The other DSA was able to land because we engaged in combat with the parathreat. While in battle one of our operatives got hit by the blast of an explosive egg layed by the parathreat.
We were able to terminate the parathreat.
One of our operatives got injured from minor blast damage due to the parathreat's attack method, the operative survived.
We terminated the parathreat but we didn't look into the corpse of the parathreat too much because it wasn't our job. A cleanup team got rid of the corpse and destroyed the island.