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Long former ICF is long.

Highlights:
-Pocket wars

-Technological development

-Revised international relations

-Other
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| January 26, 2011, 9:34 pm
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@ Aretsa C
I got a good laugh at that, I didnt feel like going into specifics on it which I covered in a previous. Pretty much my AR7 is a "corrected" XM8 in 6.8mm.


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| January 26, 2011, 10:13 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton

Yo Brendan, I'm really happy for you and Ima let you finish, but if you want to be in the Evil League of Evil, you can't bow down to outside sources. OF ALL TIME.



OF COURSE! I'll find Finn, I'll find him if I have to burn down all of Korea!

>.>

Nevermind that. Today, in China:
-The usual in the South, troops are moving in and rounding up PRC holdouts.
-Sichuan informally integrated, Yunan being occupied.
-Bombing runs on Tibetan armed forces.
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| January 26, 2011, 10:20 pm
@ people who don't see why brendan should invade Korea.

As far as Asia is concerned, Finn betrayed us to the Americans by getting Jake and Ultra to attack me. (that's how things started). Ultra and Jake will try and deny this, despite the fact they said previously that it was all Finn's idea and they were just playing a supporting role.

Someone had to get rid of the traitor, and seeing as I am still rebuilding my military, and Awe is hatching his own evil plans, and Areetsa doesn't want to get involved (Areetsa is grey on the map right?) that left Brendan to do it, also seeing as he's the closest to Finn. Australia is also helping us to get rid of the traitor.

Any questions?
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| January 26, 2011, 10:20 pm
Quoting Danny Morgan
@ people who don't see why brendan should invade Korea.

As far as Asia is concerned, Finn betrayed us to the Americans by getting Jake and Ultra to attack me. (that's how things started). Ultra and Jake will try and deny this, despite the fact they said previously that it was all Finn's idea and they were just playing a supporting role.

Someone had to get rid of the traitor, and seeing as I am still rebuilding my military, and Awe is hatching his own evil plans, and Areetsa doesn't want to get involved (Areetsa is grey on the map right?) that left Brendan to do it, also seeing as he's the closest to Finn. Australia is also helping us to get rid of the traitor.

Any questions?

Yes, how exactly do you guys plan on winning a land campaign with a country that has very strong outside backing and has one of the largest land militaries in the world? I think that you guys need to get the 6 yr. old recess mentality of "o he did this so I have to do this this and this." And just deal with it ok, and how exactly do you know that it was Finn's idea?
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| January 26, 2011, 10:29 pm
Quoting Danny Morgan
(Areetsa is grey on the map right?)

You mean Russia? No that's Sponty. He's in the Middle-East... I think.
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| January 26, 2011, 10:31 pm
Quoting henry wang
Yes, how exactly do you guys plan on winning a land campaign with a country that has very strong outside backing and has one of the largest land militaries in the world? I think that you guys need to get the 6 yr. old recess mentality of "o he did this so I have to do this this and this." And just deal with it ok, and how exactly do you know that it was Finn's idea?

Ok first, I already answered the last question: Jake and Ultra said that it was all Finns idea and that they were only supporting him.

As for the military deal: its up to Brendan to decide how he's going to take down 'one if the largest ground military in the world', i'm not the one invading Finn, all Ive done is helped paralyze some of his Air support.

And about 'acting like 6 year olds'.
I can't speak for everyone in Asia here, but for me, it's nothing personal like 'oh he did that so imma take revenge', it's more along the lines of 'Finn is an inconvenience, we don't want no Americans landing in Asia'.

Quoting Brikkr ™
You mean Russia? No that's Sponty. He's in the Middle-East... I think.


Oh, when I looked at the map the grey bit looked like Kazakhstan.
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| January 26, 2011, 10:38 pm
Quoting Danny Morgan
Ok first, I already answered the last question: Jake and Ultra said that it was all Finns idea and that they were only supporting him.

As for the military deal: its up to Brendan to decide how he's going to take down 'one if the largest ground military in the world', i'm not the one invading Finn, all Ive done is helped paralyze some of his Air support.

And about 'acting like 6 year olds'.
I can't speak for everyone in Asia here, but for me, it's nothing personal like 'oh he did that so imma take revenge', it's more along the lines of 'Finn is an inconvenience, we don't want no Americans landing in Asia'.

#1 Do you have a direct quote where either ultra or Jake H. said what you said they said?
#2 So your basically directing your allies to do what you want, how is that any different from what Finn supposively did? And don't tell me "it's in everyone's best interests" because you will be the only one who really benefits from this.
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| January 26, 2011, 10:43 pm
Quoting henry wang
#1 Do you have a direct quote where either ultra or Jake H. said what you said they said?
#2 So your basically directing your allies to do what you want, how is that any different from what Finn supposivly did?

#1 somewhere in the last ICV, I'm on my iPad and my Internet is playing up, so unless someone else wishes to find the quotes, you're just gonna have to find them yourself because I'm not gonna wait around for 5 minutes for my iPad to load the last ICV. Oh, and take heed if the conversation number goes down, it probably means they've deleted their comments. If you want the proof, I'd suggest finding them quick before the can delete it.

#2
I did not ask Brendan to attack Finn. Brendan's actions were his own, whether it was influenced by Finn getting his allies to attack me, I have no idea. Why don't you ask him yourself?

Edit:
I didn't say that right, what I'm saying is, Brendan was influenced by Finn's actions against me.
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| January 26, 2011, 10:51 pm
Quoting Danny Morgan
Oh, when I looked at the map the grey bit looked like Kazakhstan.

It is. Kazakhstan, the bit of China that used to have all the Uighur problems, and Kyrghizstan (which is totally thrilled at being our newest territory. Really.)


On research and manufacture: our stealthy tank destroyer is coming along reasonably well. We've run into a few problems with the flat panel displays and cooling, but the principle's sound.

On manufacture: we've stepped up our refit program of the T-72s to use our top-of-the-line passive armour and some "borrowed" reverse engineered Israeli ADS units. Hopefully the finished product should be sufficient to kill off modern armoured vehicles. We've also been building more Sokol tankbusters, because they've proven to be very adept at city fighting in recent exercises. The controls are a bit too twitchy for green pilots to use, but we're hoping to institute a voluntary fix for that (because the experienced pilots are quite good at using the touchy control system we've currently got).
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| January 26, 2011, 11:00 pm
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Quoting Danny Morgan
Edit:
I didn't say that right, what I'm saying is, Brendan was influenced by Finn's actions against me.

^And notice how Finn never fired a shot?

I really like your handwavium and mythological quotes out there. I never said any such thing as "It's all Finn's fault." I said I was supporting my allies, you said "But you're the one doing the most damage! (which I of course was flattered at such an admission)" To which I said "It's not my fault I'm such a brilliant tactician..."

Because, and contrary to popular opinion, I was not the primary aggressor in this last conflict. And, if I had wanted to invade, I would have been able to act in your airspace with relative impunity.

It turns out that the whole war fizzled out when all of a sudden, BAM!, Japan invades a country that didn't lift it's finger. I mean, you all holding Korea responsible for Jake using his airbases would be like me turning around and holding China responsible for allowing Australian ships to make port in its territory. It just isn't good policy, and unjustified all the way around.



Quoting Thomas N

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suing_for_peace

However, I shall digress and simply request a "Status quo ante bellum" on Korea's behalf.

Remember, though, "The best diplomacy is backed by a gun." -STV

Quoting henry wang

This is scary, we're coming out on the same side of this issue...
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| January 26, 2011, 11:47 pm
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Quoting Ultramarine .
"It's not my fault I'm such a brilliant tactician..."


It's not my fault!
Mea culpa!
I'm not to blame!
Mea culpa!
/waits for Nick to get reference

Quoting Ultramarine .
I mean, you all holding Korea responsible for Jake using his airbases would be like me turning around and holding China responsible for allowing Australian ships to make port in its territory. It just isn't good policy, and unjustified all the way around.


For sure. Except, no one is coming for my head right now, so I think I got away with it this time.
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| January 26, 2011, 11:59 pm
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Recently, in the Western Confederation...

Devastation grade weapons are being developed as an alternative to nuclear weapons. ICBM warheads of thermobaric, fuel-air, or napalm are being considered.

Expanded production in Corpus Christi will see the introduction of our own versions of stealth ships (the lessons of the Arleigh-Burke class were already incorporated in the Brigand-class) these, however, would be grander in purpose. Namely, the first stealth aircraft carrier. Nuclear submarine designs are also on the drawing board, these will be smaller in size to the Virginia-class for cost reasons, but still potent.

Another heavy merchant fleet is being assembled to build a new base in the Aleutians, a deal with Alaska forthcoming. Static defenses will be the main thing. No heavy machinery will be built, but a fuel depot, short runway, ammunition, and food stuffs will be situated there. Heavy docking facilities and light repair items, as well as small buildings for R&R (complete with pool and ping-pong tables). An option to increase the garrison to a full-size base will remain for the future.

Several projects are still continuing. The SPI, along with starting designs for a new MBT, the M3A1.

The WC sea base in Guatemala will also be increased in size to increase production in the Pacific.

It has become clear that Guatemala is going to invade Belize shortly. Reasons are unclear, but are immaterial at the moment. The WC will not take part, but the WC supplied hardware will be the driving force behind the attack.

Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
For sure. Except, no one is coming for my head right now, so I think I got away with it this time.

Give me a couple months, I've still got some work to do.
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| January 27, 2011, 12:50 am
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Quoting Ultramarine .
Give me a couple months, I've still got some work to do.


Of course. Your current path will be an interesting one to watch, to say the least.
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| January 27, 2011, 12:57 am
Quoting Brendan Dore
As Spontaneous stated on one of my Flickr photos: conscripts don't win wars. And if anyone hasn't noticed, I'm only invading South Korea... For now.

Yea, but two problems with that, you sent only 40,000 men, even with conscripts they outnumber you by more than 10x's just with their South Korean Army. You don't have many amphibious vehicles, nor can you land many tanks. I also do not see how Japan is capable of building and sustaining 4 aircraft carriers.

Number two, what do you expect to do? Take South Korea? If that's your goal, how exactly do you expect to pacify the population? You do realize that because of WWII most of Asia still hates Japan. So even if you somehow magically win, you will be unable to get the population to support you.

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| January 27, 2011, 9:41 am
Quoting henry wang
Yea, but two problems with that, you sent only 40,000 men, even with conscripts they outnumber you by more than 10x's just with their South Korean Army. You don't have many amphibious vehicles, nor can you land many tanks. I also do not see how Japan is capable of building and sustaining 4 aircraft carriers.

Number two, what do you expect to do? Take South Korea? If that's your goal, how exactly do you expect to pacify the population? You do realize that because of WWII most of Asia still hates Japan. So even if you somehow magically win, you will be unable to get the population to support you.

Just my $.02;
Unlike North Korea's conscripts, southern conscripts are actually pretty well trained (they train with us, with our equipment for the most part). Like many communist militarys, the North relies mainly on much more numerous ill equipped and much poorly trained conscripts. I'm not sure about 2036, but most of both of the Korean armies are very patriotic, and won't give up their soil without some good trench combat. The CDC is willing to help you compensate for these handicaps, however, by selling you some of our finest military equipment. Also, we're willing to sell you early models of our amphibious APCs and other AFVs (I was planning on putting the pics up today, anyway).
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| January 27, 2011, 9:54 am
Quoting Brendan Dore
Well, that force is for establishing a foothold only. Big forces don't work in cities anyway. As for the carriers: Japan has the 2nd largest navy in NATO, sooo...

Japan isn't in NATO FYI its just a contact country, and its constitution doesn't allow it to have a particularly large military.

And how exactly do you plan to survive a counter attack?
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| January 27, 2011, 12:08 pm
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Quoting Brendan Dore
As Spontaneous stated on one of my Flickr photos: conscripts don't win wars. And if anyone hasn't noticed, I'm only invading South Korea... For now.

Not in most offensive situations, that is. Anyhow, with the Japanese population aging more rapidly than most other Asian countries, you're likely to have to establish your own conscription to make up for the lack of available manpower. Then again, the Japanese constitution limits your military build-up, so you may be left with a zero net gain or loss if you campaign correctly at home.
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| January 27, 2011, 12:21 pm
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Quoting Brendan Dore
Well, that force is for establishing a foothold only. Big forces don't work in cities anyway. As for the carriers: Japan has the 2nd largest navy in NATO, sooo...

Really?
http://www.hazegray.org/worldnav/asiapac/japan.htm
And I still don't see any carriers in real life...

I'm not trying to be antagonistic, just realistic.

Quoting Nick Shelton
So yeah, a total 0f 17 MUH-1s have been built, with ten being delivered to the Western Confederation by the end of this week.


Yay!
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| January 27, 2011, 2:29 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
^And notice how Finn never fired a shot?

I really like your handwavium and mythological quotes out there. I never said any such thing as "It's all Finn's fault." I said I was supporting my allies, you said "But you're the one doing the most damage! (which I of course was flattered at such an admission)" To which I said "It's not my fault I'm such a brilliant tactician..."

Because, and contrary to popular opinion, I was not the primary aggressor in this last conflict. And, if I had wanted to invade, I would have been able to act in your airspace with relative impunity.

It turns out that the whole war fizzled out when all of a sudden, BAM!, Japan invades a country that didn't lift it's finger. I mean, you all holding Korea responsible for Jake using his airbases would be like me turning around and holding China responsible for allowing Australian ships to make port in its territory. It just isn't good policy, and unjustified all the way around.


I don't get what you're getting at. Unless you are blatantly lying about your posts. So, to make this simple:
Are you denying you ever said the following statement: "I am only a supporting role in this"

A simple yes or no will do.

Oh and Brendan, did I tell you go and attack Korea? Ultra here seems to think I 'ordered' you to.
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| January 27, 2011, 4:51 pm
Quoting Brendan Dore
Alright, I was wrong in the numbers.

I think that you are very incorrect with your numbers, I looked at your statistics page. Since when does Japan have all of the ships that you are claiming that you posses. If you say that you built it, that's not possible because how is it possible that you've created that many ships in such a short amount of time. Not to mention that the creation of those ships is a direct violation of your constitution and would bankrupt your country.
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| January 27, 2011, 5:03 pm
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Quoting Danny Morgan

I don't get what you're getting at. Unless you are blatantly lying about your posts. So, to make this simple:
Are you denying you ever said the following statement: "I am only a supporting role in this"
A simple yes or no will do.

I like how you think I would actually be making your point and assenting that you are correct by an admission of this...

I will simply state that I never denied it in the first place. So, therefore, your assertion that I denied it is false. So there.

And that's not the point of what I was saying. I was saying you have no proof that I attacked directly upon Finn's orders. It turns out in the end that Jake was really the only one I was supporting in all this.

Quoting Danny Morgan
Oh and Brendan, did I tell you go and attack Korea? Ultra here seems to think I 'ordered' you to.

Not at all. It just worked out conveniently... And you both seemed to have the same reasons.
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| January 27, 2011, 5:10 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
HELLFIRE.


THE SUN CAUGHT IN HER RAVEN HAIR!
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| January 27, 2011, 5:27 pm
Today a tragedy in Chicago occurred, another string of suicide bombings ravaged the city. The death toll is believed to be 200+ and rising. The attacks have been taken as a declaration of war on Eastern Confederation, and if the Somali government does not comply we will be forced to intervene. Fortunately we also intercepted a call made to the cell phone of the bomber from who we believe was Mohamed Williams. It turns out, the men doing this weren't even born here, they were Somalian nationals. We are looking at something more than petty drugs and small arms dealing.

As for Asia, we send this message to Finn.
Send them back your fierce defiance!
Stamp upon the cursed Asian alliance!
(reference to song)
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| January 27, 2011, 6:02 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .

A yes or no would have done fine. I like how you always seem to twist things to suit yourself.

Well, either way, you shoulda stayed out of Asia. You've only made things worse for Finn. Oh, and according to the combat reports, Jake wasn't just using Finn's airbases, Finns air force was deployed against me. Is that reason enough? Anyway, why am I justifying myself? Brendan is the one attacking Korea.

@will

What the h3ck is your problem?
We're not attacking you. We just want you Americans to stay the h3II out of Asia, that's all.
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| January 27, 2011, 7:19 pm
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Quoting Will G.
As for Asia, we send this message to Finn.
Send them back your fierce defiance!
Stamp upon the cursed Asian alliance!
(reference to song)

To arms,
To arms,
To arms,
Finn-y boy...

Quoting Danny Morgan


Lol. Well, it's a logic thing. Plus, I couldn't exactly let you get away with me justifying your assertions with a direct answer, because it would have put me in a subservient position which I simply cannot have.

By the way, you have yet to provide an exact quote to support your original statement, so you switched attack gears. And my reference to 'handwavium' is the typical gradeschool argument: "Well, I'm sure there's just so much more evidence out there to defend my position and prove you wrong, I just can't think of a single piece right now." Sorry, shameless politicking, I'm down off my high-horse now.

Well about the "Staying out of Asia" thing, with all do respect and proper sportsmanship: make me.

Quoting Brendan Dore
Alright, I was wrong in the numbers.

That's not the only thing...

Will you listen to reason and accept peace?
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| January 27, 2011, 7:48 pm
Yeah well, it may be true you were only supporting Jake,( in fact I almost believe that now), and that Jake was NOT supporting Finn, but attacking me for his own gains (I'm still far from believing that, but maybe he attacked me for both). So yeah you do have a point. That comment you posted that said "I am only a supporting role in this" could've referred to Jake, and not necessarily Finn.

But still, I think what Japan and Australia are doing is justified.
Why?
Because we simply don't want Americans in Asia. Especially hostile ones. And Korea it seems has become America's beach, letting Jake use his airbases and even his military equipment. So some of us in Asia are doing something about, and those that aren't for various reasons are at least supporting the ones that are.

Btw it's all DUE respect, not 'with all DO respect'.

As for making you americans stay out of Asia:
Well that's exactly what we're doing isn't it? By taking over Korea, Jake won't be able to station his air force there anymore. And don't worry about missing out in all the fun, I'm sure your pacific islands are the next target.
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| January 27, 2011, 8:00 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
Will you listen to reason and accept peace?

I can't believe I am saying this, but I believe that you guys should listen to Ultra and resolve this on the peace tables. There is no chance that you can hold part of Korea, and therefore there is no purpose for this conflict. In fact I believe that if a mod that was not part of Asia, modded this conflict, you would most likely lose your entire fleet.

@Danny That last comment was a very very big mistake. Why must you always play chicken with some of the most powereful countries in this world?
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| January 27, 2011, 8:04 pm
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It's also more of a confidentiality thing (Can neither confirm nor deny...).

So we're honestly going to hold people responsible for letting other people use their land? Wow, I hope I'm never on the losing side of that deal. I think this is a classic case of "The winners write the history books."

Quoting Danny Morgan
Btw it's all DUE respect, not 'with all DO respect'.

*GASP* Well, that's what happens when you have classes from 8-4:20, not enough sleep, and haven't eaten in 5 hours...

Quoting Danny Morgan
And don't worry about missing out in all the fun, I'm sure your pacific islands are the next target.

I will ruthlessly hunt down and destroy, just like I did in the last group when I was attacked. Ask Ham how it felt.

Quoting henry wang
I can't believe I am saying this, but I believe that you guys should listen to Ultra and resolve this on the peace tables.

I'll do the same for you someday.

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| January 27, 2011, 8:09 pm
Quoting henry wang
I can't believe I am saying this, but I believe that you guys should listen to Ultra and resolve this on the peace tables. There is no chance that you can hold part of Korea, and therefore there is no purpose for this conflict. In fact I believe that if a mod that was not part of Asia, modded this conflict, you would most likely lose your entire fleet.

@Danny That last comment was a very very big mistake. Why must you always play chicken with some of the most powereful countries in this world?

I don't intend to take the islands myself, I want to get a big powerful force going. But I doubt the rest of Asia is necessarily happy with the presence of the Western Confederation so close to us. I'm predicting at some point, someone's gonna do something about it, but it's not me, at least not now.

Hey Awe, Ultra, Nick, Areetsa.
What do you reckon of this theme idea in 23rd century? I think it would be possibly be a lot of fun on the scale of sieging planets and destroying space cruisers.
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| January 27, 2011, 8:16 pm
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Quoting Danny Morgan
But I doubt the rest of Asia is necessarily happy with the presence of the Western Confederation so close to us.

It ain't called "Strategic deterrence" for nothin'!

Smack talk aside, that's an idea I had in December. Awe and John are unwilling to consider the idea, apparently.
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| January 27, 2011, 9:03 pm
Quoting Danny Morgan
I don't intend to take the islands myself, I want to get a big powerful force going. But I doubt the rest of Asia is necessarily happy with the presence of the Western Confederation so close to us. I'm predicting at some point, someone's gonna do something about it, but it's not me, at least not now.

Hey Awe, Ultra, Nick, Areetsa.
What do you reckon of this theme idea in 23rd century? I think it would be possibly be a lot of fun on the scale of sieging planets and destroying space cruisers.

Having played this since 2007/08 I say no. It has to continue this way, otherwise it evolves into just obliterating a planet because you say so. We play this based of of our knowledge of modern military, and our love of recreating vehicles in LEGO. We don't even know how a planet invasion would occur, because interplanetery warfare has not and will not occur in our life time.
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| January 27, 2011, 9:04 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
Quoting Danny Morgan
But I doubt the rest of Asia is necessarily happy with the presence of the Western Confederation so close to us.

It ain't called "Strategic deterrence" for nothin'!

Smack talk aside, that's an idea I had in December. Awe and John are unwilling to consider the idea, apparently.

Hmmm, I woulda thought John & John would appreciate such an idea. Matt the backward one tried to do such a thing, but gave up, maybe we'll have more luck?

Meh, I just like the idea of you smashing my military here (don't go getting no ideas) and me taking revenge by sending a couple 'o K-Class's (see my most recent creation) at one of your mining planets :P

@Will
That's where imagination comes in son ;)

And... Wait.... How can you played this since 07? Has the 21st century world been around for that long?
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| January 27, 2011, 9:21 pm
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Lately, in the Western Confederation...

Project Midway has begun again (at the expense of pushing Project Wake back a month or two) and will entail the doubling of defenses on the island. More SAM munitions and 10 more 40mm sites will be set up. Artificial augmentation is a definite go for the garrison, surveying teams have been sent out to select sites for steel pilings to be sunk to roughly double the island and allow 25-30 additional aircraft to be stationed. A permanent surface fleet will be stationed there as well. A second fleet, mostly of Guatemalan origin will be heading up the manpower, their government having requested additional docking facilities for their navy (also part of the plan). They will be leaving in a couple days. Iron beams and more of the temporary airstrip material will be on the manifest; a strong lattice and that on top should hold the fighters at least. Pre-fab hangar slats were flown down today. If done right, this should only take three weeks. Accompanying them will be the remnants of the Guatemalan Pacific fleet that aren't already there.

Speaking of launching ships, the gathering at Corpus Christi will continue. ETD for that fleet is about a week. The WCS Brigand and two submarines will accompany them.

The first PTR for the Atlantic was launched today, it will complete trials soon. About 3,000 more naval personnel have finished training. 10,000 more across the nation for the other services.


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| January 27, 2011, 9:26 pm
A total of 20 MUH-1s have been built so far, with ten in the possession of the Western Confederation and 10 in the possession of myself. A possible deal with the Indo Union may go through as well for 5 MUH-1s, but it's facing fierce opposition.

Hawaii has been secured, with all forces being pulled back and the island being completely governed by the White Ops. Any sign of resistance will be immediately cracked down upon.



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| January 27, 2011, 9:48 pm
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Quoting Ultramarine .
make me.


That can be arranged...

Quoting Ultramarine .
and haven't eaten in 5 hours...


TINA, EAT THE FOOD!

Quoting Ultramarine .
I will ruthlessly hunt down and destroy, just like I did in the last group when I was attacked. Ask Ham how it felt.


We have no plans for your Pacific islands. They're not really desirable. However, I assure you, it's a mutual feeling. You touch any of my stuff, there'll be heII to pay. And this is the moment where we sit back and watch each other from across the seas.
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| January 27, 2011, 10:50 pm
Right, so. I leave for exams and...

Japan invades me?

Indonesia thinks I am being a beach for allying to gain support?

My troops are apperantly conscrips, despite me stating last year they were all being trained properly.

Everyone is hating me for no obiouse reason?

Austrailia is invading me?

TELL ME PEOPLE, I HAD EXAMS AND YOU INVADE ME?!? /nerdrage
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| January 27, 2011, 11:12 pm
Right, so I made a comment that needs to be moderated, but...

Japan and Australia has invaded me? I am getting invaded after being away for exams.

No one has considered that over the past year I have been training troops? I have... And new vehicles. Therefore Brendon, ye again, I being selfish and inconsiderate.

I am not a "beach" for Americans, I made a protection allience.

sigh...
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| January 27, 2011, 11:16 pm
Quoting Finn C-Q
Right, so I made a comment that needs to be moderated, but...

Japan and Australia has invaded me? I am getting invaded after being away for exams.

No one has considered that over the past year I have been training troops? I have... And new vehicles. Therefore Brendon, ye again, I being selfish and inconsiderate.

I am not a "beach" for Americans, I made a protection allience.

sigh...

Oh dear, poor little martyr, needs to s|_|ck up to the big guns in order to survive in cruel, cruel Asia.
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| January 27, 2011, 11:20 pm
Quoting Finn C-Q
F[_]CK OFF

No.
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| January 27, 2011, 11:28 pm
@Danny and Finn: Maybe instead of arguing like little children, you could fight like men?
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| January 27, 2011, 11:38 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
@Danny and Finn: Maybe instead of arguing like little children, you could fight like men?

Last time that happened he got Jake, who got ultra, involved, so in the end I was fighting 3 nations. If Finn DOES want to singlehandedly fight me like a man, sure, but last time he hid behind his allies like a little chihuahua.
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| January 27, 2011, 11:44 pm
Quoting Danny Morgan
Last time that happened he got Jake, who got ultra, involved, so in the end I was fighting 3 nations. If Finn DOES want to singlehandedly fight me like a man, sure, but last time he hid behind his allies like a little chihuahua.

Hyeh hyeh hyeh. Sometimes you have to roll with those kind of things.
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| January 27, 2011, 11:45 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
Hyeh hyeh hyeh. Sometimes you have to roll with those kind of things.


Or you can get go around and dare people to mess with you.
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| January 27, 2011, 11:53 pm
Quoting Finn C-Q
Right, so. I leave for exams and...

Japan invades me?

Indonesia thinks I am being a beach for allying to gain support?

My troops are apperantly conscrips, despite me stating last year they were all being trained properly.

Everyone is hating me for no obiouse reason?

Austrailia is invading me?

TELL ME PEOPLE, I HAD EXAMS AND YOU INVADE ME?!? /r4g3

Yes Japan did invade you.

No, I don't think you are a beach, I think you are America's beach, there is a difference.

Apparently, yes your soldiers are mostly constripted.

Asia h(4)tes you because you let Americans in.

Yes Australia did invade you, pretty much.

Are we supposed to let you do whatever you want because you've got exams?
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| January 27, 2011, 11:53 pm

Quoting Ultramarine .
I will ruthlessly hunt down and destroy, just like I did in the last group when I was attacked. Ask Ham how it felt.


I'll gladly do it again if you mention it one more time. And this time there won't be any Russians right next to my colonies, no PCU sending attack after attack. You must realize you actually played a small role.
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| January 28, 2011, 12:18 am
Quoting Ham N' Biscuits

I'll gladly do it again if you mention it one more time. And this time there won't be any Russians right next to my colonies, no PCU sending attack after attack. You must realize you actually played a small role.

I don't know how friendly your terms are with the rest if Asia, but I for one would be glad to have you as one of our allies. What do you think? If you did join, we'd have to change the name of the Asia Alliance.
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| January 28, 2011, 1:11 am
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Quoting Ham N' Biscuits

I'll gladly do it again if you mention it one more time. And this time there won't be any Russians right next to my colonies, no PCU sending attack after attack. You must realize you actually played a small role.

Oh? Hmm. Petty reasoning, if you ask me.

Quoting Danny Morgan
I don't know how friendly your terms are with the rest if Asia, but I for one would be glad to have you as one of our allies. What do you think? If you did join, we'd have to change the name of the Asia Alliance.

1. This group is not supposed to have "Uber-alliances" like the last one did.
2. Spain would have no reason or motive to join up with you. It would not be kosher.
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| January 28, 2011, 1:46 am
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Some people seem to be under the impression there's an alliance of Asian states here. This is not the case.

I just don't want Americans in my sphere of influence, if you can call it that. Y'all are free to kill each other as you please, Asia vs. Asia or Asia vs. outsider, but having someone like Ultra or any of his minions near me is displeasing to say the least. I believe Captain Ramius in Red October had something to say about American buckaroos.


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| January 28, 2011, 3:26 am
Quoting Danny Morgan

Yes Australia did invade you, pretty much.


Australia has nothing to do with Asia. What teh Hexors?

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| January 28, 2011, 7:50 am
Quoting Danny Morgan
Quoting Finn C-Q
Right, so. I leave for exams and...

Japan invades me?

Indonesia thinks I am being a beach for allying to gain support?

My troops are apperantly conscrips, despite me stating last year they were all being trained properly.

Everyone is hating me for no obiouse reason?

Austrailia is invading me?

TELL ME PEOPLE, I HAD EXAMS AND YOU INVADE ME?!? /r4g3

Yes Japan did invade you.

No, I don't think you are a beach, I think you are America's beach, there is a difference.

Apparently, yes your soldiers are mostly constripted.

Asia h(4)tes you because you let Americans in.

Yes Australia did invade you, pretty much.

Are we supposed to let you do whatever you want because you've got exams?

That was what I meant by "I am not Americas beach"

I have trained my troops I had stated that last year in Octoberish
Well, at least show ethics and not be a D bag, but anyway...

Vat
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| January 28, 2011, 9:06 am
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I was wondering if I could make a request for approval of the admins. It is sooo hard for me to keep track of my stats because I have so many different types of vehicles. Would it be possible for me to replace all the vehicles in my stats with an equivalent number of my MOCs? It was so much easier when I was India, because I only used what I built.

So, I'm wondering if the good Dr., Matt, or Evan could give the OK. For example, I would replace my M1s with my Arjun IIs. My F-18s, F-16s, F-15s, Hawker Harriers, and all that would be replaced by my F-29s.

Because I've got so much hardware, it's tough to find anything I need to build...


Dang, and here I was thinking you wouldn't have a snowflake's chance in Vulcan's forge. Japan doesn't even make that list!

Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
but having someone like Ultra or any of his minions near me is displeasing to say the least. I believe Captain Ramius in Red October had something to say about American buckaroos.

Yep, so let us sit back and glower at each other over the Pacific for a month or two...
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| January 28, 2011, 12:00 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick
That's actually what everyone does in the beginning. :P The goal is to replace as much irl equipment with brick-built stuff as during wartime, as we went over it is generally considered to be better quality.


But my question is: instead of having 175 other fighters and 50 F-29s, can I just say I have 225 F-29s? I realize that might be steep, but it would sure be a lot simpler.
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| January 28, 2011, 5:23 pm
Quoting Danny Morgan

stop being in immature b---ard.

Quoting Danny Morgan

ULTRA SAID THAT NOT ME!


Japan's invading because he wants land, Australia, because he was told to by YOU, and you're backing the invasion because Finn's an ally of mine.
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| January 28, 2011, 6:37 pm
Jeez, looks like everybody iz mad at everybody else around here...

Anyway, the Alaskan Government has officialized the sale of Kiska Island to Ultra to do with as he pleases.
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| January 28, 2011, 7:52 pm
Quoting Finn C-Q
I eat your heart!

With a nice Chianti?

Quoting Thomas N
And, I don't see why both Finn and Ultra are using 2011 statistics to judge the strength of Armies in 2037. You guys seem to think that Brendan is stuck with the small military Japan has today, when in reality, since he controls the country in this universe, he can (and did) increase his military strength.

That's how it works. You don't get any extra equipment at all, unless it was already being constructed in 2010.

Which is why I don't have a whole army of the supertanks Awe built for me.

On the other hand, I do have a rather large airforce.
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| January 28, 2011, 8:36 pm
Quoting Thomas N
No, I mean in manpower, not equipment power. Ultra and Finn are going on about how Korea has several hundred thousand men, and Japan doesn't, but Brendan could easily get more people.

Yes, and completely break his constitution, which only allows him to maintain a small military.

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| January 28, 2011, 8:41 pm
Quoting henry wang
Yes, and completely break his constitution, which only allows him to maintain a small military.

Not that such minor concerns ever stopped a self-respecting dictator before.
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| January 28, 2011, 8:42 pm
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The city of Grozny is near collapse. Top Brass gave the go-ahead to relieve the troops in the city two days ago. These men were withdrawn some twenty kilometers out and were told to cut off all major highways and other high-traffic area while the flyboys engaged all urban targets indiscriminately. The latter means Grozny was subjected to incendiary munitions that completed devastated all infrastructure. Presently, the embers are dying down as they finish their final tango. Regardless, the justification for the use of incendiary munitions was found in the fact that casualty rates have climbed exponentially and numerous enemy militant influxes were recorded and recognized by field intelligence. With these items in mind, the Federation decided to cut its losses and merely level the city to fit in its rightful grave.

With the above said, the mop-up crews will be sent in within the next 72 hours to neutralize any remaining threats and to see if any high-value targets were eliminated during this rather long run. We hope to have at least killed some of the more important low-ranking officers and possibly some within the inner command. If not, we still hold this bombing run as a call to our remaining foes to surrender or face a similar fate; this being mostly pointed at the two remaining Chechen cities and Georgia. We expect a formal Chechen surrender by the end of next week; this being defined by local militant groups disbanding in sight of Federation officers.

On note of Georgia, delegates have met with the Georgian government to discuss a mutual peace treaty. During this time, an armistice has been established as to not create any lopsided morale boosts or declines. Presently, our terms consists of the release of S. Ossetia and Abkhazia as Russian subjects/states and the recognition of independence for Ajara. This will effectively stabilize any ethnic conflicts and subject Ajara to increased trade and defense programs with the Federation as to rid of the economic distress amounted upon the Georgian state. More news later.

In other news, the Autonomous Republic of Crimea has expressed great civil outcry as riots take to the streets and raids upon government offices have become increasingly more violent. The cause for this is under heated debate, but it is continuously drawn to the Union State and the Black Fleet's basing in the region. We think this to be a revolution of sorts in which case the Crimea is reaching out for acceptance into said Union State and to possibly move the entire country of Ukraine to do so. The Federation has also heard deep rumors about opposition possibly erupting from the Balkans due to occurrence, which obviously an act of "imperial aggression by the Russian sword". We await either confirmation or denial by said government(s).

Quoting Thomas N

Even if Japan gains a strong political figure, its population is hitting its own greying age (similar to that of Europe). Young people will be hard to employ into force unless conscripted which would mean you're taking away federal moneys from items like promotional healthcare which would be essential for maintaining a healthy elderly population. Fertility rates across most industrialized societies are in the decline and radical social ideas have pretty much eliminated conservative honor in military. Now that isn't to say people don't like their respective military forces, but we all know peaceful delegations and cooperative occupations are the popular fads of the coming age. In the round-about, you're looking at almost no net gain in military power with the above factors in mind. Conscription and successful propaganda will be countered by liberalization and desertion.

Two cents based on demographics, there be mine.
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| January 28, 2011, 9:13 pm
Quoting Thomas N

Yes, but even with amending the constitution, you forget one thing. The ability of the Japanese people to stomach such militarization. Which I personally believe is very low because of the high liberalism of its current generation. Plus, even if he did somehow did end up taking South Korea, there would be some major problems. One of them being that the people cannot be pacified and the other being that they speak a completely different language.
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| January 28, 2011, 9:32 pm
Who the frrk am I supposed to FM about this bugger called Brenden

He should already be disloged, but whateves
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| January 28, 2011, 9:47 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous

Any chance you would look over my earlier comment about the vehicles?

Quoting Finn C-Q
Who the frrk am I supposed to FM about this bugger called Brenden

He should already be disloged, but whateves

Awe.
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| January 28, 2011, 9:59 pm
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Quoting Ultramarine .

Umm . . . Just to make it more fair, or at least in my eyes, maybe cut the total number of old models by half and then add it to the number of new models produced? So, if you had 120 F-16s you would add 60 to the new 20 F-somethingoranothers produced in-game. I say half because previous gen planes don't really stack up to hold the same value(s) as a fifth gen.
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| January 28, 2011, 10:12 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Umm . . . Just to make it more fair, or at least in my eyes, maybe cut the total number of old models by half and then add it to the number of new models produced? So, if you had 120 F-16s you would add 60 to the new 20 F-somethingoranothers produced in-game. I say half because previous gen planes don't really stack up to hold the same value(s) as a fifth gen.

Well, I wasn't planning on replacing ALL of them with stealth. But I do agree that the F-29 (the gray one) is better than an F-16 and company.

With the armor, I'd be afraid that my deficiencies would tell over my current stash; but that's the price I'm willing to pay for simplicity.

I'll get crackin'!
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| January 28, 2011, 10:39 pm
Quoting Jake H.


Ok, first, and I think at least a couple of people here would agree with me, that you are Finn are the ones behaving quite immature here, what with all your name calling and swearing at me. So yeah, it's kinda the other way round at the moment.

I swear I remember you saying you were helping Finn at least once.

I never told Australia to invade Korea. Get your facts straight buddy.

Anyway, all arguments aside:
The average completing percentage for the underground hangar bunkers is an average of 48% at now. The Airbases themselves are more or less finished being repaired and/or rebuilt. So yeah, with the replenished aircraft, new hangars, and fixed airbases, we're pretty much back where we started since Ultra and Jake and Finn (his aircraft) attacked me.
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| January 28, 2011, 11:09 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick

It is the view of Byzantium and the rest of the Balkan people that Russia gaining complete control over the Crimean peninsula would be a catastrophic flaw in our domestic security.


Perhaps you should reconsider your views on domestic security. The UFS shares its only land border with Russia and finds now flaws with having the Bear to our East.

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| January 29, 2011, 10:21 am
Quoting Thomas N
Yes I see, that is a valid point, now, how did you wind up with Ireland again?

Valid question, I think he annexed it back or something. Which is bull, because the Irish people would never join the UK again due to hatred that exists to the present day. Also, who's to say Scotland will still be part of the UK? There's a good deal of nationalism there.
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| January 29, 2011, 10:26 am
@All them haters
I started the group out like this, so I don't know what you're talking about. And if your going to question me I'll question back.

@Ham
How is it that Spain and Portugal somehow joined forces. They've never been one country, and they speak a different language and have different cultures.

@Tom
The all of your Baltic Union countries would obviously want to unite under one government(sarcastic tone) and they also obviously want to join their best friend Germany(sarcastic tone). And your states that don't even connect to Germany(your capital region), would be more likely to accept Russia than you. AKA there's at least one country between you and those countries, I don't even know why they would join you. Not to mention that their sandwiched by Russia.

In suffice we all have some flaws in our country, but I just would like to point out that no one is perfect. I would also just like to mention that Japan would never be able to hold even a tiny corner of Korea through invasion not only because most of Asia hates Japan, but also because since they've just been reunified their people would tend to be more nationalist.
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| January 29, 2011, 1:46 pm
Quoting Thomas N

What did you even want me to do? Give up Ireland, and let one of you guys scoop in and take it over? i didn't even take their military so what's the big deal?

Anyways back to my country, the production of the first 5 batch 1 Hermes-Class Frigates have been completed. Another five are now under production. As we slowly replace our older ships, we will be selling them to the CDC.
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| January 29, 2011, 2:50 pm
Quoting Thomas N
I don't want to seem like the bad guy here. I just don't see why it's fair that you can be so vehemently opposed to what Brendan is doing, while ignoring the very similar thing you've already done.

I could really care less what Brendan does. I just wouldn't want him getting beat and I don't really see his motives. And the world isn't fair get used to it.

I will not comply to #1 but I will to #2.
In this new dangerous world, Ireland felt threatened so they joined the Commonwealth. Then industry began to grow there, British industry. While, before Ireland was in a state of poverty. Now because of new business they have become more and more wealthy. And now since most people in Ireland are employed by British companies they are now pretty satisfied with us.

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| January 29, 2011, 3:11 pm
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Quoting henry wang
They've never been one country,


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iberian_Union
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| January 29, 2011, 3:45 pm
Quoting Ham N' Biscuits

I'll gladly do it again if you mention it one more time. And this time there won't be any Russians right next to my colonies, no PCU sending attack after attack. You must realize you actually played a small role.



PCU! PCU! PCU!
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| January 29, 2011, 4:02 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iberian_Union

Calling that a country is like calling the EU a country. Portugal acted very autonomously, so in my personal opinion that would not be classified as a country. And yes, I was aware at the time of my statement that this existed.

Plus it happened way too long ago to matter, and even if it did, the outcome wouldn't be so positive for their relationship.
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| January 29, 2011, 4:03 pm
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Quoting henry wang
@Tom
The all of your Baltic Union countries would obviously want to unite under one government(sarcastic tone) and they also obviously want to join their best friend Germany(sarcastic tone). And your states that don't even connect to Germany(your capital region), would be more likely to accept Russia than you. AKA there's at least one country between you and those countries, I don't even know why they would join you. Not to mention that their sandwiched by Russia.

Considering Germany invaded them and committed genocide in their countries...twice.

Quoting Nick Shelton
PCU! PCU! PCU!

Rah, Rah, Rah!
*Insert screaming cheerleaders*
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| January 29, 2011, 4:47 pm
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Quoting Ultramarine .
Genocide twice thing that didn't show up in the quote box here


Someone's been listening to too much Allied propaganda. Genocide was only committed once in Eastern Europe by Germany (Hitler), the WWI plan (Treaty of Brest-Litowsk or whatever) was one of economic domination, similar to the one the US currently has over Central America.
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| January 29, 2011, 5:21 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Someone's been listening to too much Allied propaganda. Genocide was only committed once in Eastern Europe by Germany (Hitler), the WWI plan (Treaty of Brest-Litowsk or whatever) was one of economic domination, similar to the one the US currently has over Central America.

But, but, I love Allied propaganda...

I was more referring to Denmark where the imperial soldiers reportedly slaughtered thousands to make way for 'colonists.'

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| January 29, 2011, 5:31 pm
Please pardon my ignorance, but would someone mind giving me a list of who is involved in the potential Pacific war, and who is on which side? It's rather likely that it will effect me at some point, so I'd preffer to know what's going on. Thank you!
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| January 29, 2011, 6:53 pm
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Quoting Jack Ford
Please pardon my ignorance, but would someone mind giving me a list of who is involved in the potential Pacific war, and who is on which side? It's rather likely that it will effect me at some point, so I'd preffer to know what's going on. Thank you!

Well, if it ever occurs, it will look like this;

Allies:
Finn
Jake
Me
Some pacifistic Europeans?

Axis:
Australia
Japan
IU (smack-talk and moral support only)

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| January 29, 2011, 7:06 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
Well, if it ever occurs, it will look like this;

Allies:
Finn
Jake
Me
Some pacifistic Europeans?

Axis:
Australia
Japan
IU (smack-talk and moral support only)

So who's Australia and UI? Japan is Brendan, right?
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| January 29, 2011, 7:15 pm
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Quoting Jack Ford
So who's Australia and UI? Japan is Brendan, right?

Oh, Matt P. and Danny Morgan. Yes, he is.
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| January 29, 2011, 7:22 pm
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Quoting Evan Melick

"This blatant act of aggression" isn't even an act performed by the Russian Federation. If you would have read correctly, the movements happening in Crimea are civil as would be suggested by the term "riots". Our only direct footprint would be of course the Black Fleet that is rightfully based on the peninsula seeing as though we have lease rights to the naval stores. We have no intention of forcefully intervening in these matters, so your precious domestic security is under little pressure at the moment. However, I feel obliged to take the hint that you by no means care what the Union State has to say, so I warn you this: Any boots you put on Ukrainian soil, regardless of objective, will usher in a full mobilization of coalition troops to neutralize your presence. In simpler terms, a declaration of war awaits your stamp.

In other news, the gunship wing lent to us by our Scandinavian allies is on its way home. After UFS inspections occur, we will pay for any damages sustained to the aircraft as a gesture of thanks and obligation to care for our own. The Federation is gracious for the UFS' contribution to our war effort(s).

Also, a private venture defense vehicle has been contracted by Russian intelligence agencies to better serve clandestine operations in urban, and limited rural, environs. Our military branches are also into the vehicle as a means of easily transportable reconnaissance. The final word shall be expected soon.
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| January 29, 2011, 7:26 pm
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Ordinarily, in the Western Confederation...

^I was getting tired of "Today..." so I'm switching it up.

Midway Garrison is on full alert, now manned entirely by F-29s (read below). Fresh munitions were flown out for all aircraft and ships, replenishing the Atlantis's cruise missile stores.

Guatemala blitzed across their border with Belize, against the mild protest of the WCHC for security reasons. Mig-60s and OV-10s bombed the few airfields that Belize had, neutralizing the threat in minutes after the attack began. One Bronco was lost to AA in the assault. 5,000 soldiers, backed by heavy artillery and Broncos on air-support roles began the advance with 3,000 in support. A brief naval engagement took place off the coast, however, with many of their ships in the Pacific, the Guatemalans relied once again on air power and sunk 3 ships before the Belizians(?) withdrew.

Both merchant fleets continue to gather in size and material.

Production of all types continues, consolidation is complete.

Well, this is my consolidation for simplicity.
MBTs (Abrams) will be rolled into: http://mocpages.com/moc.php/217415
Light tanks (Scorpions on down) rolled into: http://mocpages.com/moc.php/215416
All (after conversion factors) conventional fighters will be rolled into: http://mocpages.com/moc.php/216136
All stealth (1:1, since there's no such thing as a quantum leap): http://mocpages.com/moc.php/229276
All IFVs, APCs, and other light armored vehicles and artillery: http://mocpages.com/moc.php/215915
and http://mocpages.com/moc.php/231240
All light-skinned fighting vehicles: http://mocpages.com/moc.php/223827
OV-10s (mainly for Guatemala) will go to: http://mocpages.com/moc.php/214678 since it's the same thing.
I'll be replacing my B-1s with these: http://mocpages.com/moc.php/225368 But there's basically no difference, with the exception of one fewer crewmen and 1,000 lbs of bombs +/-.

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| January 29, 2011, 8:32 pm
Due to increasing production of F-1 Blackfish multirole fighters, Alaska has finished massive expansion of Garcia Aircraft Industries. It's production capabilities have been nearly doubled.
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| January 29, 2011, 8:55 pm
Mah boi Henry, I said specifically in my background that in the twenty teens those Portugese fell into even worse economic problem than they are in now. The government was corrupt, and riots were everywhere. Spain sent in the troops to restore order, took back Portugal(Were too part of the same country), made reforms, and so on.
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| January 29, 2011, 10:44 pm
The Union has been reorganized into two separate states: The Central States (Brazil, Venezuela, and the Colombian Strip), and the Latin Union (Panama, Costa Rica, and Nicaragua).
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| January 30, 2011, 5:29 pm
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Although it has only been a few days since the public recognition of civil outcries in Crimea, the situation has escalated to an extent where it is likely insurmountable unless dire force is applied. Presently, the Russian Federation is working with the Ukrainian government to subdue the unrest in the form of lending military police and political sternness, but these items may only worsen the situation. The Crimean uproar has already caused several dozen casualties due to the applied violence and ruffian behavior, so we [the Union State] now fears for the stability of the region seeing as though we have military assets on the peninsula. Plus, it seems our Byzantium adversaries may wish to make push come to shove. In light of the latter, a troop mobilization is being readied for the possibility of armed intervention. More news later.

Onto news of Georgia, the mentioned state's government is being rather stubborn in releasing much of its landmass and nearly half of its coastline. However, the Russian sabre has rattled their ability to repel coalition forces out of the region. So, regardless of choice or decision, the designated zones will fall into Federation hands. In the round-about, little progress has been made within the past 48 hours, but we hope to use our greater will to make the tables lean towards us.
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| January 30, 2011, 9:35 pm
The Australian Expeditionary Force sent to assist the Japanese in the fighting in Korea has docked near the southern port of Fukuoka in Japan. An infantry force will land to assist the Japanese.
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| January 31, 2011, 4:53 pm
Not much goin' on...
-Brazilian engineers have finally finished the Cruise Missile capability on the ASTROS II MLRS.
-F-33 is going under final tests.
-Secret (or not) production continues.
-Armed Buildup in the Colombian Strip.
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| January 31, 2011, 5:44 pm
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Quoting Finn C-Q
Actually.... It happened a lot in WW2, plain and simple, by both sides


That's not the point. He was referring to countries in Eastern Europe only, and it was Germany that did the holocaust there, no one else.
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| January 31, 2011, 5:57 pm
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Lately, in the Western Confederation...

The Great Falls was finished today, one day ahead of schedule, and will take on fighters tomorrow. Testing was successful as it was conducted this afternoon. We hope this works.

Prototype trials of the XH-12 was conducted today as well, the project proves promising. It was started as a teammate to the UH-10 Bullmoose, and it will take up much less space on a carrier. Equipped with laser optics, it can conceivably engage all target types, though not with any overwhelming firepower except against infantry. Guatemala has ordered 30 off the drawing board and will be sold at cost ($1 mil/unit, hey, cheap copter is cheap), along with 150 for the WC Army. 60 of these will be produced for the marines.

The war took an interesting turn in Belize today for the Guatemalans. WC satellite pictures revealed a massive Belize military convoy was heading for a counter-attack along through San Ignacio. The column would have to cross a river before turning south to confront the main thrust of the Guatemalans. The main bridge on the river was set as a target for the GAF, but just as the 60s reached the area, a massive explosion sheared the bridge in two, sending men and vehicles into the river. The counter-attack was thwarted, but the Guatemalans have no clue where the unexpected, though highly appreciated, help came from. The attack goes well, the cities of San Antonio and Barranco have been surrounded and should be taken in 1-2 days.

The Brigand-class ship is about 80% complete. The first FTC was finished in the Pacific and will be tested.

Along with all previously mentioned projects, a 500 kW CO2 laser program is on the drawing board for a rather sinister and classified purpose. It won't take long, and production of the classified thingy will be forthcoming. Suffice it to say, it won't exceed the scope of this time frame...much.

In other news:
The WC Navy has replaced the long-time naval hymn of "Eternal Father" with "Heartland" (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RkTZLe4iWEY). Teaching the Navy band the Gaelic has been a challenge...
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| January 31, 2011, 7:05 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

That's not the point. He was referring to countries in Eastern Europe only, and it was Germany that did the holocaust there, no one else.

Oh, well I could expand, but since you got the situation under control imma let you finish
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| January 31, 2011, 7:24 pm
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Quoting Finn C-Q
Oh, well I could expand, but since you got the situation under control imma let you finish

I thought for sure I had your Flickr contact. What's it?
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| January 31, 2011, 7:30 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
The Great Falls was finished today...

...war took an interesting turn in Belize today for the Guatemalans...

...a 500 kW CO2 laser...

1. Don't forget to thank me the batteries I sold you!
2. Belize belongs to the UK... Thus meaning your territory of Guatemala is at war with them?
3. If a 50 Kw laser can shoot down a drone then...
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| January 31, 2011, 7:32 pm
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Quoting Brikkr ™
1. Don't forget to thank me the batteries I sold you!
2. Belize belongs to the UK... Thus meaning your territory of Guatemala is at war with them?
3. If a 50 Kw laser can shoot down a drone then...

1. I paid you, you want something else you can't count? Very well, "Thank you!"
2. Well, traditionally, yes. But apparently he hadn't noticed...thank you very much. It isn't on the map. >.>
3. ...You can only imagine the possibilities!
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| January 31, 2011, 7:35 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
I thought for sure I had your Flickr contact. What's it?

Kona
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| January 31, 2011, 7:43 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
2. Well, traditionally, yes. But apparently he hadn't noticed...thank you very much. It isn't on the map. >.>

Yes, I did notice, here is my response...

Beliize is not part of the UK or The Commonwealth, but I am aware that it used to be a colony of the British Empire, but it was allowed to be independent. So if it were really still a colony, you would not have gotten away, but since it isn't, do what you please with it.

Due to the recent hostilities in the South Pacific, all Commonwealth ships are warned not to go near there. We also will be cutting all air travel from The Commonwealth and any country in the region. Since we also believe that certain states have acted very aggressively in the region, we have put sanctions on The IU, Japan, and Australia for their aggressive actions before, after, and during the conflict.

Construction of our first two Centaur-Class Destroyers are nearly completed, and they will be completed by the end of the week. Construction of the two new naval yards in South Africa are completed, and the construction of two more Centaur-Class Destroyers will begin in those shipyards.

The navy is currently reviewing its naval doctrine, and wants that to reflect more of a blue-water navy. So far they have agreed that the navy should consist of many task forces revolving around certain capital ships. So currently the Navy has asked none other than BAE to design a battlecruiser to serve as a new class of capital ship.
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| January 31, 2011, 7:46 pm
Quoting Matt P
The Australian Expeditionary Force sent to assist the Japanese in the fighting in Korea has docked near the southern port of Fukuoka in Japan. An infantry force will land to assist the Japanese.

I wouldn't do that...


Guys if you guys want someone to beat up because Americans are in Asia, I was the one who came up with the whole idea. I'm the one to blame.

Aaaand I was doing it for evil mastermind purposes. >.>
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| January 31, 2011, 9:03 pm
Quoting Jake H.
I wouldn't do that...


Well, I had been planning it for a while. But I have decided due to an excessive amount of criticism that our small expeditionary force will dock in Japan and not be sent into Korea unless seriously needed. So stop bombing me with all of that criticism such as "The Axis" or "Sanctioning Australia because of aggressions." I'm just helping my allies. And I definitely regret putting emphasis on the fact that what was sent to Japan was a SMALL expeditionary force to assist the Japanese, which were allied with the IU, one of my biggest allies.
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| January 31, 2011, 9:17 pm
Quoting Matt P
Well, I had been planning it for a while. But I have decided due to an excessive amount of criticism that our small expeditionary force will dock in Japan and not be sent into Korea unless seriously needed. So stop bombing me with all of that criticism such as "The Axis" or "Sanctioning Australia because of aggressions." I'm just helping my allies. And I definitely regret putting emphasis on the fact that what was sent to Japan was a SMALL expeditionary force to assist the Japanese, which were allied with the IU, one of my biggest allies.

Hey, I've been pretty quite, I'm just saying next fleet to dock in Korea goes bye-bye.

After all I'm just supporting my ally.

The way I look at this, Danny's only backing the invasion out of spite, you're just rolling along with Japan and the IU, and Japan is getting territory and using the "they brought Americans into Asia as an excuse"
Ultra was lying when he said it was Finn's idea.
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| January 31, 2011, 9:38 pm
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Quoting Matt P
And I definitely regret putting emphasis on the fact that what was sent to Japan was a SMALL expeditionary force to assist the Japanese, which were allied with the IU, one of my biggest allies.

The smaller the EF, the more the casualties that can be sustained in a singular attack.

Not that I have anything planned...

Quoting Jake H.
Ultra was lying when he said it was Finn's idea.

Well, thank you. Turns out, I never said that, backed up by the fact that no one can find where I said that.

But, I appreciate the support.

Quoting Finn C-Q
Kona

I give up, there's about a thousand of 'Konas' and variations. Here's mine: http://www.flickr.com/photos/46934040@N05/

Need to talk...
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| January 31, 2011, 9:54 pm
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Due to its incredibly low population and considering its previous European reliance, Greenland is reporting near total integration with the UFS, as its 5 major province.

On a similar tune, construction of Pirkkalainen Air/ Naval base has commenced. We have great hopes for it.

In other news, major civilian computer upgrades (spearheaded by Nokia, which has recently begun diversifying their work) have been developed, as well as a so called "7G" network. The UFS government has taken a keen interest in this near total integration of all electronic devices.
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| January 31, 2011, 11:07 pm
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Quoting Matt Hacker
In other news, major civilian computer upgrades (spearheaded by Nokia, which has recently begun diversifying their work) have been developed, as well as a so called "7G" network. The UFS government has taken a keen interest in this near total integration of all electronic devices.

The WC is tired of its current 4G devices not downloading their movies fast enough. We express an interest in this device, should it become available.

Seriously though, what are the possible military/defense applications?

If someone makes a wisecrack about "There's an app for that," so help me...
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| February 1, 2011, 12:27 am
@ Jake:
I'd be in Korea right now if I could, but that would leave me vulnerable to Ultra. I DIDN'T tell Australia to invade Korea. I asked him to help ME while you and Ultra were attacking me, but since that stopped, I didn't need Australia's help anymore. Australia decided to help BRENDAN (not me) fight Korea.

In other news:
The Underground hangars are nearing completion. Soon, They will be a safe haven for many of our aircraft in Indonesia.

The A6 Valkyrie MKII will soon be entering faster production, as factory equipment is modified to quickly produce shiny new Valkyries.

(The new MKII Valkyrie as soon as this: http://www.flickr.com/photos/46590237@N08/5406919144/ is finished. Here's the original Valkyrie for comparison:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/46590237@N08/5304652101/in/photostream/)
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| February 1, 2011, 12:32 am


Quoting Jake H.
Ultra was lying when he said it was Finn's idea.

Well, thank you. Turns out, I never said that, backed up by the fact that no one can find where I said that.

Happy I could help.

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| February 1, 2011, 8:02 am
You guys want exact quotes? They're yours my friend.

Quoting Ultramarine.
And why are you treating me like the main aggressor here, I'm just a junior partner in all this. I've been relegated a mere support role.  


Other quotes that may be of some interest:

Quoting Jake H.
The only reason I'm invading is because I don't feel comfortable having you so close to an ally. 


...

Quoting Ultramarine.
I am not interested in the Philippines beyond my allies' interests.


...

Quoting Ultramarine.
That's not up to me. I am simply going along with my allies. Talk to them, not me.
.
If you find these comments too unbelievable and think I made them up, go check in the last ICV yourself.
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| February 1, 2011, 9:05 am
This matter is not one of "who started it" but one of "who is going to end it". With that said, I urge all member involved to either settle it diplomatically, or go to war and fight until the matter is resolved.

In the PCU, Oklahoman Fighter/Bomber bases have trained 45 pilots.
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| February 1, 2011, 9:34 am
Quoting Nick Shelton
This matter is not one of "who started it" but one of "who is going to end it". With that said, I urge all member involved to either settle it diplomatically, or go to war and fight until the matter is resolved.

In the PCU, Oklahoman Fighter/Bomber bases have trained 45 pilots.

It's already ended, long ago actually. I am merely obliging to the requests to show evidence of a couple of comments. No hard feelings intended to the people involved in these comments.

3000!
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| February 1, 2011, 9:49 am
Yeah, I agree with Nick. Either fight to the death over Korea or leave Finn alone. Enough with this week long argument.
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| February 1, 2011, 10:48 am
Quoting Brendan Dore
Well, my soldiers are already in Korea, so I'm all set.

Anyone else have a snow day today?

I wish. It's 3:30 am where I am, but I can't sleep, it's just too hot. It was around 42 degrees celcius today.

Anyway, Brendan, if you find yourself in need of some back up, I'll donate as many as 15 A6 Valkyrie MKIIs to you. It's the most effect anti ground aircraft the Indo Union possess, and it's more than capable of matching enemy fighters and helis too. But... Only if you really need them. And they come piloted by the way.
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| February 1, 2011, 11:07 am
Quoting Brendan Dore
Well, my soldiers are already in Korea, so I'm all set.

Anyone else have a snow day today?

Yup.
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| February 1, 2011, 11:27 am
Quoting Brendan Dore

Yeah me too. Really It's an Ice Day cause it's not really snow. Yeah, Misouri is that Legit...
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| February 1, 2011, 11:30 am
Quoting Danny in previous ICFs
I'd suggest you GTF0
You're not too bright are you?
n0b head.
Get lost.
d0ofus.
power hungry n0b
frakking Korea
you F$%@*ing $@$@#$
YOU FRAKKING lD10T
god you p-ss me off.
It's the only language some of these n0b heads understand.

This is in support of a comment I saw about Danny's maturity level. All of these are from just one ICF.

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| February 1, 2011, 11:33 am
Quoting Brikkr ™

Hey, so you want an arms deal?
Not sure exactly what you want to trade with me, but imma assume it's the Valkyries... Most valuable thing we've got. Anyway, I'd like 300,000 explosive bullets for Gatling guns (for the Valkyrie MKIIs) if you'd be willing to trade. Name your price/item-to-trade




Quoting John Dawn
This is in support of a comment I saw about Danny's maturity level. All of these are from just one ICF.

Um... You went through the ICF and found EVERY insuIt I posted? Spread throughout about 80 comments of mine?

There is no need to get personal. I got those quotes because Ultra and jake (I think) asked for them. This isn't supposed to be a humiliation war. do you honestly think that by finding and reposting ALL the insuIts I posted is really acting any more maturely than I was when I was seriously annoy3d?

You know, you and spaztastic can be real trouble makers. You two seem to enjoy stirring things up. You remind me of my granny's sister.
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| February 1, 2011, 11:37 am
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Quoting Danny Morgan

Call me simple, but was I the only one who noticed I still never said I was acting directly according to Finn's requests?

I'm sure it's just me.
Quoting Nick Shelton
"who is going to end it".

You rang?
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| February 1, 2011, 12:05 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .

I've already agreed that your "supporting role" could have been referring to Jake, and not Finn. However, the fact you said "Allies" (not ally) in my understanding, meant the the plural term could only refer to your only two allies involved in the Indo Invasion. Of course that could have been a genuine repetitive typo on your part...

Quoting Ultramarine .
You rang?

Uh oh, if this has got anything to do with interfering with Japan... My 100% unbiased opinion (joke): stay clear of Asian affairs.
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| February 1, 2011, 12:30 pm
Quoting Danny Morgan
Um... You went through the ICF and found EVERY insuIt I posted? Spread throughout about 80 comments of mine?

Can't be respected or taken seriously if you act like that.
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| February 1, 2011, 12:56 pm
Quoting Danny Morgan

Other quotes that may be of some interest:

Quoting Jake H.
The only reason I'm invading is because I don't feel comfortable having you so close to an ally. 


...

Quoting Ultramarine.
I am not interested in the Philippines beyond my allies' interests.


...

Quoting Ultramarine.
That's not up to me. I am simply going along with my allies. Talk to them, not me.
.
If you find these comments too unbelievable and think I made them up, go check in the last ICV yourself.

See, Finn's innocent.


There's no proof HE told me to attack. I attacked because you were being so aggressive towards Finn.
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| February 1, 2011, 4:09 pm
Quoting John Dawn
Quoting Danny Morgan
Um... You went through the ICF and found EVERY insuIt I posted? Spread throughout about 80 comments of mine?

Can't be respected or taken seriously if you act like that.

To be honest, I can't take YOU seriously. Telling someone, especially someone you are not a maternal figure to, how to behave is not a very smart move John, and quite possibly makes you look like more of an ldliot than the original perpetrator. (you're probably gonna take the word "ldlot" and show everybody in the next ICV aren't you.)

If none of that made any sense to you, basically it's not your place to tell me how I should behave, and, (unless you ARE a complete ldlot), you should realize all you're doing is stirring things up to cause trouble.

@ Everybody else.
Yes, I know I let myself down a bit with the excess swearing and stuff. Sometimes annoyances from the real world seep through to the internet. However, I think I've acting normally enough in this ICV, so unless you want to be a trouble maker like our friend John Dawn here, I think it's over, and doesn't need to be continued any more.



Quoting Jake H.
See, Finn's innocent.


There's no proof HE told me to attack. I attacked because you were being so aggressive towards Finn.

Read the first combat report. It clearly says Finn, Jake, and Ultra are now at war with the Indo Union.

If you read the report, Finn's and your UAVs attacked me, and yours and his planes attacked my dry-docks and stuff, and all this came from Korean Airbases. I'm not completely dim you know, i do notice these things.
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| February 1, 2011, 5:04 pm
A recon plane flew out into the Pacific today and found the airfield and naval station of an island codenamed "Coconut" deserted. A small force of marines and their equipment will be ferried to the island later today.
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| February 1, 2011, 5:08 pm
Quoting Danny Morgan

Quoting Jake H.

Quoting Ultramarine .


TL;DR.
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| February 1, 2011, 5:28 pm
Quoting Brikkr ™

Check your FM please.

@ Nick
Why do you seem so eager for me to attack Jake? If you want me to attack Jake, the best way your gonna make that happen is if you actually attacked him first for sinking your ships.


Quoting Areetsa C
Quoting Danny Morgan

Quoting Jake H.

Quoting Ultramarine .


TL;DR.

What?
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| February 1, 2011, 5:29 pm
Quoting Danny Morgan
Why do you seem so eager for me to attack Jake? If you want me to attack Jake, the best way your gonna make that happen is if you actually attacked him first for sinking your ships.


I'm not eager for you to attack any nation in this group. I'm eager for you to stop trying to point out who started something, and MOVE ON.


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| February 1, 2011, 5:37 pm
Quoting Danny Morgan
What?

http://tinyurl.com/buj9ym
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| February 1, 2011, 5:38 pm
Quoting Danny Morgan
To be honest, I can't take YOU seriously. Telling someone, especially someone you are not a maternal figure to, how to behave is not a very smart move John, and quite possibly makes you look like more of an ldliot than the original perpetrator. (you're probably gonna take the word "ldlot" and show everybody in the next ICV aren't you.)

If none of that made any sense to you, basically it's not your place to tell me how I should behave, and, (unless you ARE a complete ldlot), you should realize all you're doing is stirring things up to cause trouble.

@ Everybody else.
Yes, I know I let myself down a bit with the excess swearing and stuff. Sometimes annoyances from the real world seep through to the internet. However, I think I've acting normally enough in this ICV, so unless you want to be a trouble maker like our friend John Dawn here, I think it's over, and doesn't need to be continued any more.



Quoting Jake H.
See, Finn's innocent.


There's no proof HE told me to attack. I attacked because you were being so aggressive towards Finn.

Read the first combat report. It clearly says Finn, Jake, and Ultra are now at war with the Indo Union.

If you read the report, Finn's and your UAVs attacked me, and yours and his planes attacked my dry-docks and stuff, and all this came from Korean Airbases. I'm not completely dim you know, i do notice these things.

Baka!
The planes flew from a piece of land I owned in Korea.. and they were MY planes.
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| February 1, 2011, 5:43 pm
Quoting Jake H.
Read the first combat report. It clearly says Finn, Jake, and Ultra are now at war with the Indo Union.

If you read the report, Finn's and your UAVs attacked me, and yours and his planes attacked my dry-docks and stuff, and all this came from Korean Airbases. I'm not completely dim you know, i do notice these things.

Baka!
The planes flew from a piece of land I owned in Korea.. and they were MY planes.

Awe said they were some of Finn's planes. And you can't deny they were his airbases.
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| February 1, 2011, 5:56 pm
Quoting Jake H.


The way I look at this, Danny's only backing the invasion out of spite, you're just rolling along with Japan and the IU, and Japan is getting territory and using the "they brought Americans into Asia as an excuse"

*coughAreetsalookherecough*
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| February 1, 2011, 5:57 pm
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Quoting Danny Morgan
Read the first combat report. It clearly says Finn, Jake, and Ultra are now at war with the Indo Union.

Call it poetic license on behalf of the CM?

Quoting Brikkr ™
A small force of marines and their equipment will be ferried to the island later today.

Not Wake or Palamayra...

>.>
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| February 1, 2011, 6:02 pm
Quoting Danny Morgan
Baka!
The planes flew from a piece of land I owned in Korea.. and they were MY planes.

Awe said they were some of Finn's planes. And you can't deny they were his airbases.

ummm I just did. They were planes bought from Korea flying out of ONE airbase bought from Korea so BBQ.
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| February 1, 2011, 6:07 pm
Quoting Jake H.
Awe said they were some of Finn's planes. And you can't deny they were his airbases.

ummm I just did. They were planes bought from Korea flying out of ONE airbase bought from Korea so BBQ.

Why are we arguing about this still? I'm not doing anything with Korea. Brendan is the one invading him, and I happen to whole heartedly agree with his cause.
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| February 1, 2011, 6:16 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
Not Wake or Palamayra...

>.>

Neither. They were American, though.
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| February 1, 2011, 6:16 pm
Quoting Thomas N
Alright, this has gone far enough. If Awe said that Jake, Ultra, and Finn were all at war with the IU, then that's that.

One of the founding rules of this group is that what the CM says, goes.

Now, I'm really getting sick of you guys' squabble.

Ultra: Stop using you're superior intellect to provoke Danny, he's had enough.

Danny (and Finn too, if I remember correctly): You might not have been here for long, but in this group, our little community, we don't get angry and use numbers and what-not to get swear-words and insults through the comment-screen. I know almost everyone else around here is aware of the unwritten rule, that we treat everyone here with respect, even if we argue. If you can't be mature and act like you deserve a place here, then you can leave. This is not a star wars group, and I expect participants here to act with the maturity that befits your age group.

And I don't want you to respond and say you "act mature enough" If you can't do it all the time, then it isn't enough.

All of you: Stop pushing for a point of view that no one else cares about, I think this pretty much constitutes spamming the ICF.

The thing is the CM said and " and possibly Finn" so...yeah.
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| February 1, 2011, 6:23 pm
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Here's how it is. I got two things that led me to believe Korea was involved here:

"22 Korean F-22's and all the F-22's on our Ford-class aircraft carrier"

Naturally, I assumed since Korean aircraft were involved, that Korea too was involved. I guess Korean doesn't mean from Korea anymore.

"I was wondering if you would be open to be a Pacific theater CM for Finn, Jake H., and myself?"

I assumed Finn would be on it since Ultra sent me this as the original invitation for combat mod. I hadn't gotten anything from Finn, so I was pretty sure he was in on the war, given the evidence here, but I hadn't gotten direct word.


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| February 1, 2011, 6:42 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
"I was wondering if you would be open to be a Pacific theater CM for Finn, Jake H., and myself?"

^That's when I thought he was involved. It has become clear since that he was not; to my surprise as well as others'.

That's my trademark cookie-cutter grammar, so I can't even deny it... What happened to FM confidentiality, eh?
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| February 1, 2011, 6:48 pm
Quoting Jake H.
The thing is the CM said and " and possibly Finn" so...yeah.

It's funny because this was your response to Thomas's comment.

@ Thomas.
I will stop, but if the others continue, do you expect me not to defend myself?
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| February 1, 2011, 6:51 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
Here's how it is. I got two things that led me to believe Korea was involved here:

"22 Korean F-22's and all the F-22's on our Ford-class aircraft carrier"

Naturally, I assumed since Korean aircraft were involved, that Korea too was involved. I guess Korean doesn't mean from Korea anymore.

"I was wondering if you would be open to be a Pacific theater CM for Finn, Jake H., and myself?"

I assumed Finn would be on it since Ultra sent me this as the original invitation for combat mod. I hadn't gotten anything from Finn, so I was pretty sure he was in on the war, given the evidence here, but I hadn't gotten direct word.


I meant Korean as in Korean made.

After I told Finn about our plan, he decided to take the Philippines if Danny was invaded.
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| February 1, 2011, 6:55 pm
Quoting Jake H.
I meant Korean as in Korean made.

After I told Finn about our plan, he decided to take the Philippines if Danny was invaded.

Korean made? That's somewhat convenient for your argument. Why do you insist on trying to reap punishment in place of Finn? Are you a... What're they called.... Sadist?

Anyway, I'm glad to hear that your intended mission failed. I was invaded, and yet the Philippines are still independent, and still allied to me.

Quoting Thomas N
yes.

/incredulous look
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| February 1, 2011, 7:12 pm
Quoting Danny Morgan
Korean made? That's somewhat convenient for your argument. Why do you insist on trying to reap punishment in place of Finn? Are you a... What're they called.... Sadist?

Anyway, I'm glad to hear that your intended mission failed. I was invaded, and yet the Philippines are still independent, and still allied to me.


Yes, but it's true, Finn is producing F-22's.
Ehm...no, I'd rather you guys come after me than a developing nation. After all this is all my fault. I can't just let my ally get beat up because of something I caused.
I'm actually a Stoic...if you wanted to know.

except that wasn't my mission >.>
in fact it had nothing to do with the Philippines, that was just an added bonus.
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| February 1, 2011, 7:18 pm
Quoting Thomas N
/incredulous look

You have to show them that you're a better man than to rise to the bait. The topic doesn't matter, so you don't need to argue. Be the bigger man and step down.

Yep. I'll do that.

@ Jake.
Let's stop arguing. You haven't convinced me that Finn is completely innocent, and you never will, so time to stop discussing this, time for action. Action speaks louder than words.
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| February 1, 2011, 7:33 pm
Quoting Brendan Dore

Check FM. Important message!
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| February 1, 2011, 7:35 pm
Quoting Danny Morgan
You have to show them that you're a better man than to rise to the bait. The topic doesn't matter, so you don't need to argue. Be the bigger man and step down.

Yep. I'll do that.

@ Jake.
Let's stop arguing. You haven't convinced me that Finn is completely innocent, and you never will, so time to stop discussing this, time for action. Action speaks louder than words.

And I see I never will, because you are not willing to accept it.


if you want actions, then you will get them.
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| February 1, 2011, 7:41 pm
Quoting Jake H.
And I see I never will, because you are not willing to accept it.


if you want actions, then you will get them.

Bring it on.
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| February 1, 2011, 7:47 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Ultramarine .

^That's when I thought he was involved. It has become clear since that he was not; to my surprise as well as others'.

That's my trademark cookie-cutter grammar, so I can't even deny it... What happened to FM confidentiality, eh?


Nothing happened to it. I only revealed that you invited me for this conflict, and why I thought Finn was involved. Your plans and words are still safe.

It's not like a Combat mod request is something secret, is it?
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| February 1, 2011, 7:50 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
It's not like a Combat mod request is something secret, is it?

Ought to be...
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| February 1, 2011, 8:01 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Ultramarine .
Ought to be...


You really shouldn't get your feathers ruffled over everything Combat Mod related...
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| February 1, 2011, 8:10 pm
Our underground hangars are complete. Our valuable aircraft that probably won't see combat for a while are stationed there, safe underground, but ready to respond within 20 minutes to air raids.

With our 50 F4 Phantoms, 58 Valkyries, 20-or-so MAFs, 30 doves, unknown number of Sukhois, and other fighters, all armed and ready, our now enormous number of AAA and SAMs positioned at docks, airbases, army bases, fuel depots, etc., Amphibious tanks, numbering around 60, along with patrol boats, and our larger Naval vessels floating around somewhere close at hand, our LAV/BTR thingies, more tanks, scout soldiers, rocket launcher squads, the million or so military personnel, all ready to respond to any attack immediately. We're ready. No surprise attacks now Jake. We are much better prepared than last time.
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| February 1, 2011, 8:22 pm
@Finn, I can loan you vehicles and such if you want.
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| February 1, 2011, 8:22 pm
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Quoting Matt Hacker

You really shouldn't get your feathers ruffled over everything Combat Mod related...

Hey, good to hear from you! I've learned my lesson, haven't I?

I do know all about such things, I don't know how many of you had to deal with a very pointed and personal rage/quite by Cliffe...Such vulgarity. I think you will agree that I wasn't THAT bad...
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| February 1, 2011, 8:23 pm
 Group admin 
Quoting Ultramarine .
Hey, good to hear from you! I've learned my lesson, haven't I?

I do know all about such things, I don't know how many of you had to deal with a very pointed and personal rage/quite by Cliffe...Such vulgarity. I think you will agree that I wasn't THAT bad...


Hehehe. Cliffe's rage was hilarious.

I have not had a nation update in a few days, but really work progresses as normal, especially on the infrastructure revitalization program. About a quarter of the bridges within the UFS were either strengthened or replaced completely, and architects have begun drawing up a revitalized downtown Helsinki.

The choppers that were sent to assist the Federation have returned home, and rigorous testing is being done on the airframes to check for any signs of combat/ service related damage.


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| February 1, 2011, 8:24 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .

Cliffe... Ahh, what a person.

Quoting Danny and Jake

Mooooortal Kombat!!!!
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| February 1, 2011, 8:37 pm
Quoting Brikkr ™
Quoting Ultramarine .

Cliffe... Ahh, what a person.

Quoting Danny and Jake

Mooooortal Kombat!!!!

Tanks please?

As for cliffe, wasn't he in this group at some point too?

Would anyone care to uh... Describe the rage quit?
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| February 1, 2011, 8:44 pm
Quoting Danny Morgan
Tanks please?

They're being shipped right now. All 25 of them :P
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| February 1, 2011, 8:56 pm
Quoting Brikkr ™
They're being shipped right now. All 25 of them :P

Thanks, so was that 10 Valkyries (if so I could fly them over right now) or a preorder of 5 Valkyrie MKIIs? The MKIIs are completely pwnage, what with their new reworked design for better overall performance, not to mention devastating new weaponry, like the 3 long-range explosive ammunition Gatling guns, and the Cruise AGMs, and the electronic jamming. The original Valkyries are pretty awesome too though. But the new ones will be utterly devastating, no tactics required :P
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| February 1, 2011, 9:04 pm
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Quoting Danny Morgan
Tanks please?

As for cliffe, wasn't he in this group at some point too?

Would anyone care to uh... Describe the rage quit?



Well...
He was being frankly quite arrogant so pretty much the whole world was fighting against him (because he kept double crossing people and yet claimed that he fought for honor or something like that) and when he was being decimated he kept sending very nasty FMs to people and then he just quit.

He was indeed in this group as well, but when warned for one month inactivity, he chose not to continue on with this group.

Cliffe is notable for believing that all of his creations were the best, to humorous results when his vaunted super/hyper/macro war chariots couldn't seem to defeat an impoverished central African nation...

Good times...
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| February 1, 2011, 9:06 pm
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Quoting Danny Morgan
As for cliffe, wasn't he in this group at some point too?

He got fed up with us being painfully literalistic. I don't recollect a definitive rage/quit, I think that was in the last one.

Quoting Danny Morgan
Would anyone care to uh... Describe the rage quit?

I think I still have it in my inbox, but I'd never get it past the 'pages language filter.

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| February 1, 2011, 9:08 pm
Quoting Danny Morgan
Thanks, so was that 10 Valkyries (if so I could fly them over right now) or a preorder of 5 Valkyrie MKIIs? The MKIIs are completely pwnage, what with their new reworked design for better overall performance, not to mention devastating new weaponry, like the 3 long-range explosive ammunition Gatling guns, and the Cruise AGMs, and the electronic jamming. The original Valkyries are pretty awesome too though. But the new ones will be utterly devastating, no tactics required :P

Originals are fine.
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| February 1, 2011, 9:12 pm
Quoting Brikkr ™
Originals are fine.

Sending em over right now.

The Indo Union would like to know if Jake genuinely intends to "bring the action to me" or if he was bluffing. Bluffing is not a good idea. Infact warning me at all was a bad idea. You see, we tend to take threats against our country quite seriously. Like, preemptive-action seriously.
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| February 1, 2011, 9:19 pm
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Quoting Danny Morgan
But the new ones will be utterly devastating, no tactics required :P

All 5 that you can afford to produce... *Continues conversation*
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| February 1, 2011, 9:20 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
All 5 that you can afford to produce... *Continues conversation*

SILENCE!!! I KILL YOU!!!
/cliffe-rage

Btw, Brikkr just sent me one of Cliffe's messages.
I LOL'd.
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| February 1, 2011, 9:28 pm
Quoting Brendan Dore
When is that gosh darned combat report gonna be posted?

Maybe Awe's at soccer practice?
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| February 1, 2011, 9:38 pm
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Quoting Danny Morgan
SILENCE!!! I KILL YOU!!!
/cliffe-rage

Btw, Brikkr just sent me one of Cliffe's messages.
I LOL'd.

Yeah, hilarious... Actually, it was rather comical sometimes. I garnered the admiration of half the group when I actually took him up on his "Can anyone tell me what I do to make you all mad?" I wasted half an hour on that novel...
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| February 1, 2011, 9:44 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
Yeah, hilarious... Actually, it was rather comical sometimes. I garnered the admiration of half the group when I actually took him up on his "Can anyone tell me what I do to make you all mad?" I wasted half an hour on that novel...

Did he send the same message to everyone? Something about how his horse drawn chariot was comin' to getcha all? I actually can't believe he was serious when I read that. But with all the F words in there, I realized he must have been. Which only made it more funny XD
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| February 1, 2011, 9:52 pm
Quoting Thomas N
Be patient, Danny lives in Australia.

Yeah, I already knew it's winter in America. But in when I lived in England, true soccer lovers would go out into the frost covered grass and practice football. To be honest, I wouldn't mind switching temperatures with you guys for a few hours a day. It's 42 D. celsius here.

Off topic but whatever:
This reminds me of Cliffe!
Quoting Finn C-Q
F[_]CK OFF


XD
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| February 1, 2011, 10:06 pm
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Somewhere, in the Western Confederation...

Production continues on all types of vehicles. The AH-12 type is moving on to the production phase. The WC is proud to have four fully-operation carriers in so short a time since its reunification. A new day is dawning, leaving behind the darkest of nights. Once again, the world will see the power of what once was and is America.

The Guatemalan's guardian angel seems to have blessed them again. In Belize, lines of communication have been cut, explosions have cut advancing Belize convoys to ribbons, and rumors are out that an entire platoon (vehicles and all) disappeared in moments when it paused in a town to replenish its water supply. Thankful but puzzled, the Guatemalans continue their advance. San Antonio fell to them today, the Belize defenders fell back to keep their lines intact rather than hold the town in house-to-house fighting. OV-12 Mongooses supported the advance everywhere, and Migs flew as well for a total of 150 sorties.

Projects go well, the dry docks in Guatemala are finished on the Pacific side, production will begin shortly. Those facilities are large enough to accommodate carriers and cruisers for repairs. Construction on a Brigand-class vessel will begin shortly. The other one is 85% complete and just awaiting installation of her weapons systems and electronics. Her crew has finished training (all but 200 were already members, the others are a rather brilliant hue of green). She will be christened and launched between February 14-16th.

Quoting Danny Morgan
Did he send the same message to everyone? Something about how his horse drawn chariot was comin' to getcha all?

Not to cast a dispersion on someone who I'm sure is really pleasant in real life (did I just say that?), but yeah. I never got that one, not by FM anyhow. I forgot about a little bit of his orders once because they were in sequence and he offered to remove me from humanity (the gene pool at the very least). So that was him...
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| February 1, 2011, 10:20 pm
Lol. That's gonna be my new word for dispatched: removed from humanity :)

Anyway...
Indonesian and Malaysian delegates met about a possible union between the two nations. Indonesia has offered for Malaysia to become part of the Indo Union. After much debating, Malaysia has agreed to consider such a proposal. If Malaysia were to eventually become part of the Indo Union, they would not be ruled by the Indo Union or anything like that. They would simply be united with us, to share common goals, like the well-being of citizens and increased military security.

Call me expansionist if you will, But this is not land grabbing or anything like that.
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| February 1, 2011, 10:31 pm
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Quoting Brendan Dore
When is that gosh darned combat report gonna be posted?


It was posted, on Saturday I think. You're moving more troops into those cities, along with vehicles. Finn has no orders but to fight you, so I imagine you're under sporadic attacks from all sides.

Quoting Ultramarine .
Ought to be...


We know you, Finn, Danny, and Jake all wanted me as combat mod.
We all know I'm combat mod.
We all know I was combat mod for your 4-person conflict.
I don't see the problem.
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| February 1, 2011, 11:02 pm
Quoting Brendan Dore
He doesn't seem like that kind of guy. And it's also the middle of winter.


We're too busy with internet memes, come back later kthxbai.
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| February 2, 2011, 9:40 am
The pre-mentioned Marine Task Force landed on Okinawa last night and secured White Beach Naval Station while paratroopers secured Kadena AFB. Troops and equipment has been offloaded and Marine Group A is headed toward Naha, while Group B is heading toward Okinawa City. It is expected to get moderate resistance from angry citizens and local gangs. F-35Is are being flown into Kadena.
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| February 2, 2011, 9:52 am
Quoting Brikkr ™
The pre-mentioned Marine Task Force landed on Okinawa last night and secured White Beach Naval Station while paratroopers secured Kadena AFB. Troops and equipment has been offloaded and Marine Group A is headed toward Naha, while Group B is heading toward Okinawa City. It is expected to get moderate resistance from angry citizens and local gangs. F-35Is are being flown into Kadena.

You do realize that you are now at war with Japan, because Okinawa belongs to Japan.
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| February 2, 2011, 10:28 am
In the CDC, our economy is still growing steadily. Our small auto industry is expanding around the Carribean, making efficient cars much more affordable in the region. With all the jobs generated from the rapidly growing oil and refining industry, unemployment is dropping drastically. Agriculture (food) is slowly overtaking the tobacco industry, and now tobacco products are being taxed.
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| February 2, 2011, 10:57 am
Quoting henry wang
You do realize that you are now at war with Japan, because Okinawa belongs to Japan.

Brenden said it was ok.
<.<
>.>
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| February 2, 2011, 11:09 am
Quoting Brikkr ™
Brenden said it was ok.
<.<
>.>

o ok...that's good
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| February 2, 2011, 11:13 am
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Quoting Brikkr ™
Brenden said it was ok.
<.<
>.>

Yay! Another American in the Pacific!
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| February 2, 2011, 2:16 pm
Quoting Brendan Dore
I don't think he's planning on attacking my mainland.

Right?

Maybe... No I'm not really thinking of invading you.
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| February 2, 2011, 4:00 pm
The PCU has requested a Tilt-Rotor able to operate from land and sea airbases from several manufacturers in and around PCU lands.
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| February 2, 2011, 4:08 pm
Quoting Evan Melick
The final testing stages of the new S-10 assault rifle are beginning today. The S-10 is the first indigenous small arm to be produced in Greece, and it is on the docket to soon replace the M16A4's, M4's, and G3's currently in service as VODA's (Byzantine Federal Defence Force) primary weapon. The S-10 is chambered in 6.8x43mm cartridge, which should hopefully increase effectiveness on the battlefield.

Will these said rifles possibly be for sale?

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| February 2, 2011, 4:13 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
The PCU has requested a Tilt-Rotor able to operate from land and sea airbases from several manufacturers in and around PCU lands.

More Valkyries perhaps? The new minifig scale MKII will be available shortly.
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| February 2, 2011, 4:47 pm
Quoting Danny Morgan
More Valkyries perhaps? The new minifig scale MKII will be available shortly.

Naw. Valkyries aren't tuned just to my likings.
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| February 2, 2011, 5:36 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
The PCU has requested a Tilt-Rotor able to operate from land and sea airbases from several manufacturers in and around PCU lands.

An osprey? or something new?
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| February 2, 2011, 5:54 pm
Quoting John Dawn
An osprey? or something new?

Similar to an Osprey, but instead of 24-36 troops, it's projected carry rate is 18-24.
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| February 2, 2011, 5:56 pm
Quoting Brendan Dore
Then why wouldn't you just use the Osprey?

Why don't you just mind your own business? =P
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| February 2, 2011, 6:23 pm
Quoting Brendan Dore
Because if you listen to me you would save millions of dollars. :P

The problem is that only one squadron of V-22s is stationed in the Pacific Union's land. The only way to secure more of them would be to expand outward and secure the areas that hold them, or produce more of them.

The problem with option one is that we're boxed in. We can't expand without going into an already one-sided war with the Western Confederation.

The problem with Option Two, is that the plans and machinery to build them is in Texas, and we don't own that this time around. We could send some White Ops over there for some Tea, but I'm nice and will just build a new craft that can overcome some of the V-22s shortcomings.
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| February 2, 2011, 7:37 pm
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Elsewhere, in the Western Confederation...

The WCS Brigand has once again taken on escort duties with the Kiska fleet. Speaking of Kiska, I'm pretty sure the WC hasn't quite paid for its garrison yet, so the $10 Million is now wired to Alaska's treasuries. Kiska will be our Gibralter, outfitted with a small airfield, it will be primarily a naval anchorage and fighter base. Full with 40 AA and AAA sites, R2400MkI radar suite, and lots of other stuff it's assured she won't topple easily. Also under the umbrella of (not to mention being smack dab in the middle of) Alaska, war is risked with another power should it ever be assailed. Heavy machinery for aircraft and ship repairs will also be stationed their.

Guatemala was subjected to some minor counterattacks that threatened to push them from San Antonio (since most of that strength had been transferred east to take Punta Gorda and cutoff Barranco), but with stiff resistance and good AF cooperation the attacks were repelled. Another 1,000 soldiers have been sent to the front in preparation for a deep thrust to Big Creek and Millionario. Estimates project the end of the war in three to four weeks with present progress. A second invasion is being planned in the north should the Belize situation change. Build-ups of about 1,500 men and several tanks are taking place in Kinal for this contingency.

The Great Falls took on her aircraft today, and no accidents took place.

That's about all today.

Quoting Nick Shelton
The problem with option one is that we're boxed in. We can't expand without going into an already one-sided war with the Western Confederation.

The problem with Option Two, is that the plans and machinery to build them is in Texas, and we don't own that this time around. We could send some White Ops over there for some Tea, but I'm nice and will just build a new craft that can overcome some of the V-22s shortcomings.

I'm becoming suddenly very self-conscious...
>.>
<.<

I could always just sell them to you, if you would ask instead of threaten to take.

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| February 2, 2011, 10:34 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
I'm becoming suddenly very self-conscious...
>.>
<.<

I could always just sell them to you, if you would ask instead of threaten to take.

You should be. UAHAHAHAAHAA

But in all seriousness, I wouldn't do that.
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| February 2, 2011, 10:42 pm
BAE has completed the designing of the Repulse-Class Battlecruiser. This ship is meant to head anti-shipping battlegroups of the Royal Navy. We predict that they will have the capability to hold the most amount of missiles of any surface ship in the world.

A naval air station is currently being constructed on the island of Jamaica. This will be the head of all defensive operations in the Carribean Sea. We will also begin to add air defenses onto the island along with the construction of advanced radar stations.

The upgrading of Dorchestor Chobham Armour is nearly complete, this will be added onto our newest tank which will hopefully be completed by next month.
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| February 2, 2011, 11:01 pm
Today in Brazil...
The F-33 has entered production and will soon enter active service, (See MOC) also Engesa Aircraft has been issued $1.5 Bil. to develop an interceptor. On a more land based note, it has been suggested by High Command to switch our main Assault rifle to the M4 Carbine, which is currently only used by Special Forces.

In Nicaragua there has been major construction plans written up. Not to give too much away, but it contains a border fence. Also the Mig-60 has been adopted by Panama, Costa Rica, and Nicaragua as their main fighter and the F-16 is being phased out to a Naval fighter due to it being too outdated for the AF.

In Okinawa, our advances has been slowed heavily due to sniper fire and much more organized resistance. An Osσrio was disabled and two troops near it were killed and six were wounded when an enemy quite literally dropped a mortar on it. The so called "Mortar Man" was soon spotted by Brazilian snipers and blown to shreds by .50 caliber rounds. A patrol boat in the sea around Okinawa saw a rather strange sight. They describe it as "a small submarine drew up in the water on the horizon and launched two flares before submerging again." This mysterious sight has not been given any thought yet...

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| February 2, 2011, 11:16 pm
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Quoting Nick Shelton
You should be. UAHAHAHAAHAA

But in all seriousness, I wouldn't do that.

Glad to hear it...
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| February 2, 2011, 11:39 pm
The 25 tanks from brazil have arrived safely in Borneo. The 10 Valkyries have reached Brikkr as well.

The Valkyrie MKII is going through it's final testings, it should be ready to enter production in 3 or 4 days.

An attack by a su1c1d3 bomber in Java occurred earlier today. The bomber it seems, was intending to blow up a bank full of people, but when he saw two military police officers walking in his direction, he panicked and detonated in the street. Thankfully, no deaths occurred, but 6 people were injured including the two officers. The INS (Indo Network Security) have linked the failed bombing to a group of so-called rebels based in Sumatra. They seem very small time, we even found out where their HQ is supposed to be. Spec Ops are being sent there now to arrest the members of this rebellion, or if they out up a fight, 'remove them from humanity'.
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| February 3, 2011, 4:52 pm
Production of the first two Centaur-Class Destroyers are complete, and currently they are going to go through sea trials. The Type-42 Class Destroyers will slowly be sold to Cuba, but first the ships must pass through maintenance to meet the Royal Navy's standards, all classified material will also be removed, and replaced with the CDC's own technology.

The construction team has arrived in Jamaica, and production of the new naval air station has begun, it will be built in Montego bay. Along with that, we plan on making a runway near Martins. This will be long enough to operate transports, fighter aircraft, and bombers.
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| February 3, 2011, 5:41 pm
Quoting Danny Morgan
Sending em over right now.

The Indo Union would like to know if Jake genuinely intends to "bring the action to me" or if he was bluffing. Bluffing is not a good idea. Infact warning me at all was a bad idea. You see, we tend to take threats against our country quite seriously. Like, preemptive-action seriously.

oh, I'm not going to attack YOU. You're not the on beating up Korea >.>



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| February 3, 2011, 6:10 pm
Quoting Jake H.
oh, I'm not going to attack YOU. You're not the on beating up Korea >.>



Well if Finn gets to have you fighting for him, then I will support my allies in turn. If you attack either Australia or Japan, you know what's coming...
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| February 3, 2011, 6:16 pm
The PCU is extending an arm of protection around the Indonesian Union. Any attack on them will be met with the sternest of war faces.

This excludes the IU attacking another nation for attacking one of the IU's allies.
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| February 3, 2011, 6:46 pm
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War returns to Asia! Surprise attacks by the sneaky Americans once again take their toll!

Today in Korea, a great portion Korean army attacked in a large, concentrated effort against Japanese land forces, striking from every side they could at once. If Japan doesn't reinforce it's positions soon, they will break.

Meanwhile, the Western Confederation has struck Japan. Here is what Ultra threw out for the fight:
20 F-89s, from [omitted for confidentiality] will make for Japan at Mach 1.9 with payloads of:

5) 18-100 lb unguided bombs (antipersonnel)
5) 6-3,000lb guided bombs (armor and vehicles)
3) 3-1,000lb Phosphorus incendiaries (extreme antipersonnel)
7) AIM-10s and Sparrow MkIV radar-guided missiles (dogfighting)

Now, here's how things went. The 5 planes with the guided bombs attempted to identify and take out AA positions at Fukuoka. As they went around being sneaky, the AA batteries opened fire on the other 15 planes, who were dropping their munitions. 4 were lost, but all the bombs hit their targets, 5 AA positions were destroyed. Five minutes later, 5 B-1s showed up and dropped their heavy ordinance on where ever they were supposed to drop it, showing up in the same manner they attacked Indonesia. Japanese interceptors, already on alert after the first attacked, took out two B-1s as they fled for their Pacific base.

Now, for some random reason I don't even comprehend, Alaska attacked Indonesia who isn't even involved besides smack talk. Two B-170s with sixteen Blackfish fighters, attacked Abdulrachman Saleh and Iswahyudi, aiming for runways, powerlines, and control towers. The runways got hit up pretty bad, but powerlines aren't the most easy to hit, so they escaped relatively unscathed. Alas for Indonesia, the bombers were too high up to do anything.

Things just got hot again, folks.
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| February 3, 2011, 6:47 pm
Quoting Danny Morgan
Well if Finn gets to have you fighting for him, then I will support my allies in turn. If you attack either Australia or Japan, you know what's coming...

I'm not too worried.
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| February 3, 2011, 6:47 pm
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Kaoxiang China officially condemns this unprovoked attack on Indonesia. We warn the Americans not to get further involved in matters not their own. You've got your Monroe Doctrine, I've got my own version too.

Anyways:
-Communist forces being mopped up in the far south of the Middle-Country.
-Sichuan and Yunan formally integrated, following Qinghai.
-Forces being moved around, mainly to the northeast and Qinghai (to attack Tibet).
-Production keeps on churning out those planes, tanks, helicopters, and soon, boats.
-As an afterthought to today's events, Imperial decree orders all cities to begin construction of AA batteries, especially around vital areas of industry and power, and has put in a request for a radar-plane to keep an eye on things ground-based installations can't see.
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| February 3, 2011, 6:52 pm
Quoting Jack Ford /attacks IU


Surrender Sarah Palin, or I'll find you! I'll find you if I have to burn down all of Anchorage!
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| February 3, 2011, 7:01 pm
Ok....

The Indo Union warns Alaska that if they don't officially withdraw their plans to attack Indonesia, we officially declare war on you.

You have 8 hours from now.

If not, prepare to feel the wrath of the A6 Valkyrie MKII, which should be posted later today, or tomorrow.

Awe, when is the next CR scheduled?
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| February 3, 2011, 7:19 pm
Unless Japan demands the extra support, the Australian Expeditionary Force is being sent back to Australia against any attacks. Especially since the IU has been attacked again. But I'm warning you that if any one of you eskimos or yanks touch my returning fleet, your going to have the PCU, IU, Japan, and Australia against you.
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| February 3, 2011, 7:25 pm
Sorry for my absence, however the weather in Texas has been filled with ice snow and wind chills of down to the negatives all week.

The Eastern Confederation supports the West in the defense of Korea, and supports Alaska as well. We remind all of the Asian axis that we have a fleet and planes stationed somewhere in the Pacific. The are ready to attack if I feel provoked, and if they are attacked then it will be seen as war.
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| February 3, 2011, 7:27 pm
Quoting Danny Morgan
Ok....

The Indo Union warns Alaska that if they don't officially withdraw their plans to attack Indonesia, we officially declare war on you.

You have 8 hours from now.

If not, prepare to feel the wrath of the A6 Valkyrie MKII, which should be posted later today, or tomorrow.

Awe, when is the next CR scheduled?

except you'll have to produce them first.
anyways, I know what I'm gonna do now...
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| February 3, 2011, 7:29 pm
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Quoting Danny Morgan
Awe, when is the next CR scheduled?


Tomorrow.
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| February 3, 2011, 7:34 pm
Quoting Will G.
Sorry for my absence, however the weather in Texas has been filled with ice snow and wind chills of down to the negatives all week.

The Eastern Confederation supports the West in the defense of Korea, and supports Alaska as well. We remind all of the Asian axis that we have a fleet and planes stationed somewhere in the Pacific. The are ready to attack if I feel provoked, and if they are attacked then it will be seen as war.

I'd be interested what reason you are willing to provide about why you support Alaska's unprovoked attack on the Indo Union?

In light of the attack of the Alaskans on me, we will not defend Japan against the WC, but we heartily disapprove of their interference.

We've got our 30 Doves patrolling at high altitude for the possibility of more attacks from the air. 50 F4s on stand by. 38 of the 58 Valkyries moved the underground bomb proof hangars, the remaining Valkyries' location will not be divulged at present. Our already alert AAA and SAMs are all armed and ready at stategic defense positions throughout Borneo and Java and Sulawesi. Troops gear up.
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| February 3, 2011, 7:40 pm
Stuff just got real. Brazil of course, has decided to take neutrality on this issue but will deliver death to it's full extent to anyone who threatens the Union. Have a nice Day.
-Upon order by the Defense Committee AA and jamming stations have begun construction at all cities and military bases. Also major infastructural implements may be enforced.
-Factories continue to churn out tanks and stuff.
-Valkyries are being moved to Brazil.
-Okinawa continues...
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| February 3, 2011, 7:46 pm
The HGS Pacifica rolled into port today after its first cruise out of Museum Duty in Astoria. The first order of business was to place 15 Mark 32 Surface Vessel Torpedo Tubes both on top of the flight deck and under it. Past battles have shown that having a few torpedoes on hand can benefit you if your submarine escorts are destroyed.
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| February 3, 2011, 8:24 pm
New long range anti aircraft advanced turret thing being developed.
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| February 3, 2011, 8:40 pm
Re: projects.

Invisible tank hunter: BRB, confiscating electronics factory.

Invading Alaska: we'd get around to it, but it sounds like it might involve work.

Powered exoskeletons for the OVB: we'll finish them eventually.
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| February 3, 2011, 9:18 pm
Quoting Danny Morgan
I'd be interested what reason you are willing to provide about why you support Alaska's unprovoked attack on the Indo Union?

In light of the attack of the Alaskans on me, we will not defend Japan against the WC, but we heartily disapprove of their interference.

We've got our 30 Doves patrolling at high altitude for the possibility of more attacks from the air. 50 F4s on stand by. 38 of the 58 Valkyries moved the underground bomb proof hangars, the remaining Valkyries' location will not be divulged at present. Our already alert AAA and SAMs are all armed and ready at stategic defense positions throughout Borneo and Java and Sulawesi. Troops gear up.

50 F4's?? Where'd you get those?
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| February 3, 2011, 9:50 pm
Quoting Jake H.
50 F4's?? Where'd you get those?

Bought them from Tom.
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| February 3, 2011, 9:52 pm
Quoting Jake H.
50 F4's?? Where'd you get those?

Tom.

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| February 3, 2011, 9:52 pm
hhmmm
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| February 3, 2011, 9:56 pm
Quoting Thomas N
I'd like to take this moment to point out that I support neither side, but will sell stuff to both sides, because I like money.

Haha spoken like a true capitalist
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| February 3, 2011, 10:00 pm
Quoting Thomas N
I'd like to take this moment to point out that I support neither side, but will sell stuff to both sides, because I like money.

and that's fine with me....



I don't suppose anybody has a ton of cheap fighter/training aircraft/bombers lying around?
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| February 3, 2011, 10:04 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Nick Shelton
The PCU is extending an arm of protection around the Indonesian Union. Any attack on them will be met with the sternest of war faces.

This excludes the IU attacking another nation for attacking one of the IU's allies.

Well, this is awkward...

Quoting Danny Morgan

If not, prepare to feel the wrath of the A6 Valkyrie MKII, which should be posted later today, or tomorrow.

Probably sometime tomorrow. Remind me again how you plan to get those things over 8,000 miles of ocean at 300mph?
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| February 3, 2011, 10:08 pm
Quoting Jake H.
and that's fine with me....



I don't suppose anybody has a ton of cheap fighter/training aircraft/bombers lying around?

http://www.flickr.com/photos/40712407@N06/4348959709/ <---Bomber and Spy Plane

http://www.flickr.com/photos/40712407@N06/4148781431/in/photostream/ <---I heard you liked this Bomber.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/40712407@N06/4038045526/in/photostream/ <---Similar to an F-18.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/40712407@N06/4633914692/in/photostream/ <---Bomber. Can cross the Pacific without refueling.

We can sell you a number of surplus F-16/IF-1s as well as the MAF-1. Just name your product.
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| February 3, 2011, 10:15 pm
Quoting Jake H.
I don't suppose anybody has a ton of cheap fighter/training aircraft/bombers lying around?

I gotta bunch of F-5s lying around...
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| February 3, 2011, 10:18 pm
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Quoting Brendan Dore
Hmm, good move Ultra, didn't expect that.

My turn.

I told you to stop, you didn't listen. Consider that a warning...of things to come.
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| February 3, 2011, 10:54 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
Well, this is awkward...

Quoting Danny Morgan

If not, prepare to feel the wrath of the A6 Valkyrie MKII, which should be posted later today, or tomorrow.

Probably sometime tomorrow. Remind me again how you plan to get those things over 8,000 miles of ocean at 300mph?

ok, firstly the Valkyries can travel at 550 MP/H, second, I am not attacking Alaska, just own their attacking force when it comes to attack me again.
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| February 4, 2011, 1:15 am
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Surprisingly, a new APC design has beat out efforts to design a next-gen fighter. This APC (while at the moment only virtual) is designated the MAV-23, a successor to the LAV series of wheeled APCs. I may or may not post just the LDD pics, or I may wait to make in real life.

That being said, the UFS is curious if we, too could purchase a liscense to build Su-51 Fanfirs on our own, as our own Next-Gen fighter project has nearly completely stalled.

In lieu of the Next Gen-Fighter, a new project has been proposed, with a program title of Ground Attack, Experimental (GAX). GAX will likely make use of technology pioneered by the Su-47 technology demonstrator.

Final production versions of both the C220 IFV and the (still unnamed) Attack Helicopter are expected to enter service by the end of next week.


On to domestic issues...

After an extremely extensive review of evidence, the ASB (Air Safety Board) has concluded that all Airbus models are unsafe, and must be grounded within the UFS' airspace, and no incoming Airbusses will be accepted. The government has set aside a large sum of money to help the UFS-based airlines to buy from vastly superior companies, like Boeing.

The UFS high courts (after the class-action lawsuit from victim families) have agreed to seek billions in damages from Airbus, and the government has set its sights on the company itself. A lawsuit to shut down the "tyrannic" company has been filed under grounds of decades of neglecting to improve safety, despite numerous disasters involving their systems.

Yes, I hate Airbus.

On the international side, the UFS finds the situation in Oceania/ the Pacific really pointless (though incredibly hilarious), especially sense no one has a clue whats going on XD

Task Force 1 will be ending its Med. cruise and head back to the cold waters of the Baltic Sea.
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| February 4, 2011, 10:31 am
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Quoting Danny Morgan
ok, firstly the Valkyries can travel at 550 MP/H, second, I am not attacking Alaska, just own their attacking force when it comes to attack me again.

Well, that's changed since you told me it was 550kph. Kilometers might sound more cool, but just remember that kilometers < miles. 550 kph ~= 340 mph.

Quoting Matt Hacker
On the international side, the UFS finds the situation in Oceania/ the Pacific really pointless (though incredibly hilarious), especially sense no one has a clue whats going on XD

I don't know why the whole mess started anyway, at least not with the Korean invasion. Misguided revenge as a guise for imperialism seems to be the case. I'm just out there for the little guy.
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| February 4, 2011, 11:11 am
Quoting Danny Morgan
Ok....

The Indo Union warns Alaska that if they don't officially withdraw their plans to attack Indonesia, we officially declare war on you.

You have 8 hours from now.

If not, prepare to feel the wrath of the A6 Valkyrie MKII, which should be posted later today, or tomorrow.

Awe, when is the next CR scheduled?


AT DANNY AND ANYONE ELSE PUZZLING OVER WHY THE *EXPLETIVE* I'D DO SUCH A THING:

First, I'd like to clarify that this is nothing personal. Second, I'd like to clarify that this is not an expansionist movement. There's no physical way I could secure Indonesia for any length of time. Third, I have no intention of exterminating the IU. I'll state my reason for war:

Over the past month or so, Asia and America have essentially formed a Cold War. Neither accepts that the other is stronger, and neither agrees to a peacefull coexistence. In such a scenario, I find it important to secure/clarify who's boss. I'm not saying that's me, I'm saying we'd best find out. As for Ulra's reasons, those are Ultra's reasons, but my reason for becoming involved is for the sake of American dominance in the Pacific.

I do believe I am prepared to feel the wrath of the A6 Valkyrie. I'm quite proud of my aircraft, especially the F-1 Blackfish and the Su-51 (F-27) Fafnir. With Alaska's F-22s on top of that, I'm ready.
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| February 4, 2011, 5:28 pm
Quoting Matt Hacker
That being said, the UFS is curious if we, too could purchase a liscense to build Su-51 Fanfirs on our own, as our own Next-Gen fighter project has nearly completely stalled.

That could definitely be arranged. FM?
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| February 4, 2011, 5:30 pm
Quoting Jack Ford

I also interested in producing Su-51s. Flickr link please? I could also help you fill your Blackfish orders.
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| February 4, 2011, 5:37 pm
Quoting Brikkr ™
I also interested in producing Su-51s. Flickr link please? I could also help you fill your Blackfish orders.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/confederate_states_of_asia_military_headquarters/ There's mah Flickr.

At the present, I'm pretty well off as far as producing the Blackfish, but thanks for the offer anyway.

At the moment, I'm afraid for nationality reasons it's not a wise decision on my part to sell you blueprints for one of my best fighters, due to your close relations to Indonesia. I do apologize, but I'm afraid you'll have to look elsewhere. It's nothing personal. Perhaps in the future when things clear up I'll sell them to you.

No longer @ Brikkr

I forgot to mention, but airforce and Naval patrol in Alaska (especially the Southern coastline) will be set for war-time
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| February 4, 2011, 5:51 pm
Quoting Jack Ford


>.>

<.<

I don't want American OR Asian dominance in the Pacific.
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| February 4, 2011, 6:40 pm
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Quoting Jack Ford


So I see.

Quoting Ultramarine .
I don't know why the whole mess started anyway, at least not with the Korean invasion. Misguided revenge as a guise for imperialism seems to be the case. I'm just out there for the little guy.


Guise for imperialism? I like it. Here's some advice for Guatemala: Take the coast line, and sell it as private beach-front property to rich people. Your coffers will greatly benefit from it!

In the Middle-Kingdom:
-Ground forces have moved into Tibet, taking scattered ambushes from Tibetan forces. Most of them are waiting for us high in the mountains. It'll be some weeks of fighting yet, probably till mid March.
-As the Americans grow peskier in nearby lands, production is being emphasized on fighters, and a few new planes that will be showing up in the skies soon. HYEH HYEH HYEH
-The PRC exists only as a memory now, as the last military holdouts surrendered or got blown sky high this morning. Civvie insurgents remain in some places, but they will soon see the light. Communism has been defeated! The Red Scourge is no more!
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| February 4, 2011, 6:48 pm
Quoting Jack Ford

Ok, just to clarify, you HONESTLY think that by 'showing Indonesia who's boss' is gonna make things better for the American-Asian relations? Or do you realize that we will only continue to retaliate to your, what I still think are pointless and egotistic, attacks?

Awe, the Indo Union would like to confirm to you that we have 26 Lockheed C130s in our possession.
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| February 4, 2011, 6:50 pm
The CDC will be hosting a diplomatic convention to discuss the formation of a Caribbean Defense Pact, which will be very similarly organized as the I Joint Infantry Division, however larger, and comprising of assets from a larger amount of island nations in the Caribbean. Currently, there are plans for 3 Infantry Divisions, 1 Armored Division, 1 Mechanized Infantry Division, and a small naval fleet. This "Army" will merge the military assets of each nation involved, and will also be armed, trained, and partially manned by the CDC. As this is still in its infant stages, nothing is set in stone and resources have yet to be allocated for this joint venture.
Caribbean Tech. has cranked out another fine piece of equipment, this time the LAV-45 Badger. A lightly armed AFV, this vehicle was designed to serve as a heavily versatile platform, which can be easily modified to serve a wide array of purposes (mobile command posts, mortar carriers, reconnaissance). This vehicle definitely caters to our need of high mobility, and with very advanced electronics, this is a very big improvement over our current Cold War era soviet gear. While the vehicle cannot make amphibious landings, it can easily cross small rivers and streams. It uses our newly developed M1182 Remote Weapons System, and can carry a fully equipped infantry squad into battle safely and efficiently. We are still doing some field testing with it, but will soon order 500 of these vehicles.

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| February 4, 2011, 6:56 pm
Quoting Danny Morgan
Ok, just to clarify, you HONESTLY think that by 'showing Indonesia who's boss' is gonna make things better for the American-Asian relations? Or do you realize that we will only continue to retaliate to your, what I still think are pointless and egotistic, attacks?

You're forgetting that America is all about showing people who the boss is.
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| February 4, 2011, 7:00 pm
Quoting Danny Morgan
Ok, just to clarify, you HONESTLY think that by 'showing Indonesia who's boss' is gonna make things better for the American-Asian relations? Or do you realize that we will only continue to retaliate to your, what I still think are pointless and egotistic, attacks?

Awe, the Indo Union would like to confirm to you that we have 26 Lockheed C130s in our possession.
I do believe it will encourage better relations with Asia/America. Look at Japan in World War Two and look where they are now. We're not enemies anymore because we both know who has the power. And look at Russia. We're not exactly allies are we? Because we still think we're both better than eachother. Not as much now that the USSR fell apart, but there's still no alliegence.

I fully expect you to retaliate to my attacks. And I've got a trick or two (or several dozen) up my sleeve for if you do.
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| February 4, 2011, 7:05 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
You're forgetting that America is all about showing people who the boss is.

Aye, to the extent that they lose the sence of when it is a good idea, and when to mind their own business.
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| February 4, 2011, 7:18 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
Quoting Danny Morgan
Ok, just to clarify, you HONESTLY think that by 'showing Indonesia who's boss' is gonna make things better for the American-Asian relations? Or do you realize that we will only continue to retaliate to your, what I still think are pointless and egotistic, attacks?

Awe, the Indo Union would like to confirm to you that we have 26 Lockheed C130s in our possession.
I do believe it will encourage better relations with Asia/America. Look at Japan in World War Two and look where they are now. We're not enemies anymore because we both know who has the power. And look at Russia. We're not exactly allies are we? Because we still think we're both better than eachother. Not as much now that the USSR fell apart, but there's still no alliegence.

I fully expect you to retaliate to my attacks. And I've got a trick or two (or several dozen) up my sleeve for if you do.

Not I that will attack you, at least not yet, but trust me, you're not getting off lightly for this.

And I am somewhat dlgust3d by your superior air and egotism. You are severely misguided if you think this will improve relations. Good luck going against Asia. We ARE the new USSR.
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| February 4, 2011, 7:25 pm
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Quoting Danny Morgan
Good luck going against Asia. We ARE the new USSR.


Yeah, not really. We, and I use that in the loosest of senses, are a band of nations who just went the pesky Americans out of our area. So we're more like the Confederacy in the American Civil War.
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| February 4, 2011, 7:42 pm
All hail glorious Soviet republics of Asia!

I motion that the Asian states not currently engaged in hostilities with one another temporarily reform the B.E.A.R. to counter this latest bout of Western ambition.

Additionally: /me is mobilizing everything with guns on it. Including the old T-62s, MiG-29s and MiG-25s. We'll be keeping them in reserve, of course, given that their last upgrade was in the 2010's.

/me is placing Project Invisible Tankbuster on hold.

/me is rushing along Project Lastochka in recognition of the upcoming war's focus on air power.

Quoting Jack Ford
...I'm quite proud of my aircraft, especially the F-1 Blackfish and the Su-51 (F-27) Fafnir.

You're Alaska. It makes absolutely no sense at all that you'd be using Sukhoi aircraft. I seriously doubt the Russian government would allow companies in their territory to sell advanced aircraft to foreign powers.
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| February 4, 2011, 8:12 pm
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Ok, what Jack said is pretty much spot on. I'm tired of Asia thinking that we're somehow illegitimate interlopers in the Pacific, treating it like some exclusive Asian Lake or something. "How dare you interfere in Asian affairs!" has been the mantra repeated (not exact words, but the meaning was there) several times. Well, get over it, we're here too.

In the mean time, I'm not putting up with some poor little guy getting himself beat up because of misguided thinking as mentioned above. So I'm just not standing for it anymore.

Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
Guise for imperialism? I like it. Here's some advice for Guatemala: Take the coast line, and sell it as private beach-front property to rich people. Your coffers will greatly benefit from it!

Hey, we're all imperialistic, otherwise this group wouldn't be much fun, would it?

The Guatemalan war (if it could be called that) was all about Pacific bases. We just got them (rather heavy-handedly, I admit) to grant us these bases. Guatemala remains almost completely autonomous as a nation.

Besides, who likes flocks of pesky tourists during training drills?
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| February 4, 2011, 8:16 pm
Spain denounces the UFS's attack on the company of Airbus as a blow against free economy. Claims of aircraft being unsafe are completely fictional. Also, the decision to force airlines to buy Boeing aircraft is absurd. As one of the members of Airbus, Spain takes these actions personally.

(You mad that Airbus took over Boeing in aircraft sales, Matt?)
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| February 4, 2011, 8:32 pm
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Quoting Ham N' Biscuits
Spain denounces the UFS's attack on the company of Airbus as a blow against free economy. Claims of aircraft being unsafe are completely fictional. Also, the decision to force airlines to buy Boeing aircraft is absurd. As one of the members of Airbus, Spain takes these actions personally.

(You mad that Airbus took over Boeing in aircraft sales, Matt?)


No, I am mad that their horrible horrible horrible autopilot has caused numerous highly lethal crashes. I don't make claims against real installations lightly, and I have done a lot of research on the matter. It is borderline criminal the way that their autopilots can disconnect (partially) and not notify the pilots. It is also pathetic that their autopilots have the tendancy to disengage exactly when the pilots need to be problem solving.

Since clearly you have not done your research, you can go tell me that innocent lives (in this fake word, AND the real world) don't matter. Also, the airlines that operate from my territory are primarily Airbus operators. If you feel so strongly about keeping such a neglectful company alive, then you might as well make your own civilian aircraft company. Also, China is making some top of the line aircraft now, and while not huge yet, Embraer of Brazil is starting to produce their own aircraft to excellent result.

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| February 4, 2011, 8:47 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
Ok, what Jack said is pretty much spot on. I'm tired of Asia thinking that we're somehow illegitimate interlopers in the Pacific, treating it like some exclusive Asian Lake or something. "How dare you interfere in Asian affairs!" has been the mantra repeated (not exact words, but the meaning was there) several times. Well, get over it, we're here too.

In the mean time, I'm not putting up with some poor little guy getting himself beat up because of misguided thinking as mentioned above. So I'm just not standing for it anymore.

Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
Guise for imperialism? I like it. Here's some advice for Guatemala: Take the coast line, and sell it as private beach-front property to rich people. Your coffers will greatly benefit from it!

Hey, we're all imperialistic, otherwise this group wouldn't be much fun, would it?

The Guatemalan war (if it could be called that) was all about Pacific bases. We just got them (rather heavy-handedly, I admit) to grant us these bases. Guatemala remains almost completely autonomous as a nation.

Besides, who likes flocks of pesky tourists during training drills?

Do you mean Finn when you say 'poor little guy getting beat up', because 1 I am not getting beat up, and 2 I don't share the same martyr attitude as Finn.

And no, we are not all imperialistic believe it or not. As for this 'ownership of the Pacific', as far as I'm concerned, it is fine for Americans to sail around in the sea next to them, this is infact, very little to do with the Pacific Ocean, but rather the fact Americans are attacking mainland Asia. If you were to continue arguing the Pacific point, you should know that YOU guys are the one dominating the seas, leaving us little safe space to station our own Navy.
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| February 4, 2011, 8:48 pm
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Quoting Ultramarine .
Ok, what Jack said is pretty much spot on. I'm tired of Asia thinking that we're somehow illegitimate interlopers in the Pacific, treating it like some exclusive Asian Lake or something. "How dare you interfere in Asian affairs!" has been the mantra repeated (not exact words, but the meaning was there) several times. Well, get over it, we're here too.


It's not the Pacific, it's Asia. I thought I made this clear. You stay out of our areas, and we'll leave you alone. It's your interference on behalf of Finn in the Philippines that started this (/throws kindling to the embers), and the rest of Asia doesn't seem to be standing for you to come in here and mess with affairs not your own. You stay on your islands, and you won't get any trouble. You've got the New World to yourself after all.


Quoting Areetsa C
All hail glorious Soviet republics of Asia!

I motion that the Asian states not currently engaged in hostilities with one another temporarily reform the B.E.A.R. to counter this latest bout of Western ambition.


Tell me more...
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| February 4, 2011, 8:51 pm
In British markets today, Airbus shares dropped nearly 10%, and was only able to return 2% after hours. This is because of the unrest, and The Commonwealth will also put airbus under-review. This is because of the history of danger with airbus aircraft, we need our people to fly with the best and safest aircraft, this is not a vendetta against Airbus.

Our second Falklands-Class Carrier has only one week left until it is complete, and an additional 5 Frigates will be done next week as well. Fleet Com has decided that it is precedent to have a larger amount of escort ships, so an additional 3 destroyers will be produced along with 5 cruisers.

We also tell Asia that if our ally and business partner Alaska is attacked, we will act upon you in a very aggressive manner.
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| February 4, 2011, 8:58 pm
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Quoting henry wang
We also tell Asia that if our ally Alaska is attacked, we will act upon you in a manner that you will not like.


Why are you telling us you're going to attack us if we decide we're not rolling over to aggressors? You want to mess with Asia, bring it on.
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| February 4, 2011, 9:05 pm
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Quoting Danny Morgan
Do you mean Finn when you say 'poor little guy getting beat up', because 1 I am not getting beat up, and 2 I don't share the same martyr attitude as Finn.

No, I don't mean you. I DO mean Finn. This whole "He betrayed Asia!" thing has gone far enough. I'm taking responsibility for my actions in the past and giving everyone a good shellacking who gangs up on him.

Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
It's not the Pacific, it's Asia. I thought I made this clear. You stay out of our areas, and we'll leave you alone. It's your interference on behalf of Finn in the Philippines that started this (/throws kindling to the embers), and the rest of Asia doesn't seem to be standing for you to come in here and mess with affairs not your own. You stay on your islands, and you won't get any trouble. You've got the New World to yourself after all.

Oh, the whole thing, eh? Seems I'm lacking a few places then... I'm not expanding, this is a war on behalf of an underprivileged person...

You see, the way I look at it, the more people we have cowering in fear of us is that many fewer people we have to worry about later. As the saying goes: "I've got bigger fish to fry."

Quoting henry wang
We also tell Asia that if our ally and business partner Alaska is attacked, we will act upon you in a very aggressive manner.

Yeeehaww! I knew we'd end up on the same side of this war yet!
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| February 4, 2011, 9:05 pm
Quoting henry wang
In British markets today, Airbus shares dropped nearly 10%, and was only able to return 2% after hours. This is because of the unrest, and The Commonwealth will also put airbus under-review. This is because of the history of danger with airbus aircraft, we need our people to fly with the best and safest aircraft, this is not a vendetta against Airbus.

We also tell Asia that if our ally Alaska is attacked, we will act upon you in a manner that you will not like.

Ahhhh, nothing like the smell of a world war on the breeze.

Your 'threats' will not affect Asia in any way, least not mine.
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| February 4, 2011, 9:05 pm
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Quoting Ultramarine .
Oh, the whole thing, eh? Seems I'm lacking a few places then... I'm not expanding, this is a war on behalf of an underprivileged person...

You see, the way I look at it, the more people we have cowering in fear of us is that many fewer people we have to worry about later. As the saying goes: "I've got bigger fish to fry."


Never said you were expanding. We just don't want you in our business. What if I showed up and started bombing you because you had a disagreement with Brazil? And if you think this coming over and bombing us is going to make us cower in fear... You're gravely mistaken.

Speaking of mistakes, graves, bombing, and fear, it's combat report time!
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| February 4, 2011, 9:12 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
Yeeehaww! I knew we'd end up on the same side of this war yet!

Haha yes, I never thought we would end up to the same side of anything.

Anyways, we are sending a fleet of 1 Carrier Battle Group and 1 Support Carrier Battle Group to Jamaica, where we possibly will cross the Panama Canal and enter the conflict.
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| February 4, 2011, 9:13 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
Tell me more...

Well, it'd pretty much entail declaring everything west of Hawaii a "No Go Zone" as far as American stuff goes, until Alaska backs down. In other words, if it isn't Asian, we blow it up, and we keep that up until they decide, "hey, you know, maybe this "proving we're bigger" thing isn't such a great idea after all".

And of course me possibly borrowing a few small airfields on your east coast. My MiG pilots are a little ticked off about not getting to do anything interesting. From what I can see, Weagle's only advantage seems to be in terms of aircraft. Although admittedly upgraded MiG 31s don't have many advantages beyond "frakking fast", but Su-27s are rather competent.
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| February 4, 2011, 9:18 pm
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Today, in the Western Confederation...

The Wunderwaffe weapon is pretty much complete, just needing to be assembled. It will be transferred to an active front somewhere very soon.

The AH-12 has had its first batch of 5 completed. Guatemala will be given priority, all operational models have been flown aboard the WCS Great Falls for delivery within the week.

PUSH-UP is nearly done training. They can now drop anything from human to material cargo with great accuracy and in an excellent display of aerial feats.

In Guatemala, the two cities slated for invasion have instead been simply surrounded by retaining forces. The front was relatively quite as the Guatemalans consolidated their men in a central area. Tomorrow will begin the full push to Belmopan, in a hope to end the war quickly by engaging and destroying the majority of the Belize army as well as seizing the capital city.

Development of the Israeli tech is increasing rapidly, operational tests have proved amazing in capability. An entire armored brigade has been slated for refit in the field. The new ammunition has proven lethal and versatile as advertised, and should make quite a difference in action.

Quoting Areetsa C
Well, it'd pretty much entail declaring everything west of Hawaii a "No Go Zone" as far as American stuff goes, until Alaska backs down. In other words, if it isn't Asian, we blow it up, and we keep that up until they decide, "hey, you know, maybe this "proving we're bigger" thing isn't such a great idea after all".

Hehe, there's a problem with that. Midway and Wake are far to the west of Hawaii already and are recognized WC territory. Also, the Aleutians extend beyond there as well.
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| February 4, 2011, 9:19 pm
10 MUH-1 Rozzels were delivered to the Western Confederation today, marking their number of the craft to 20.

14 UAV-2s are now in service with the PCU, and are being sent to British Columbia to deal with an uprising in Alberta along with 20 MAF-2s, and 35 IF-2/S.
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| February 4, 2011, 9:28 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Speaking of mistakes, graves, bombing, and fear, it's combat report time!

This doesn't sound good for my perspective...
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| February 4, 2011, 9:31 pm
Quoting Areetsa C
Well, it'd pretty much entail declaring everything west of Hawaii a "No Go Zone" as far as American stuff goes, until Alaska backs down. In other words, if it isn't Asian, we blow it up, and we keep that up until they decide, "hey, you know, maybe this "proving we're bigger" thing isn't such a great idea after all".

And of course me possibly borrowing a few small airfields on your east coast. My MiG pilots are a little ticked off about not getting to do anything interesting. From what I can see, Weagle's only advantage seems to be in terms of aircraft. Although admittedly upgraded MiG 31s don't have many advantages beyond "frakking fast", but Su-27s are rather competent.

So, you guys keep foreigners away while my ally gets beat up?

@Awe, I'd be fine if Brikkr was an ally of yours, and you attacked someone attacking him.
Quoting Danny Morgan
This doesn't sound good for my perspective...

you'll probably be fine, after all you have the PCU backing you up.
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| February 4, 2011, 9:37 pm
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Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great

Never said you were expanding. We just don't want you in our business. What if I showed up and started bombing you because you had a disagreement with Brazil?

Uh, been there, done that, moving on...

*coughHamcough*
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great
And if you think this coming over and bombing us is going to make us cower in fear... You're gravely mistaken.

Not you, I don't think if I had a million boots on Chinese territory right now you would fear me. However, my actions have already paid off in keeping at least one person out of this war, that is what I was referring to.

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| February 4, 2011, 9:43 pm
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Today, in Pacific War I, sh1+ went down.

A vast array of Japanese fighters and bombers, and many many missiles, rained down on Seoul and other cities. The attacks were not concentrated on anything, they just hit wherever they landed. The Japanese navy began shelling whatever coastal towns were in range on their patrols. Massive damage was done to commercial and residential areas, thousands, if not tens of thousands, are dead, both military and civilian. Some 20,000 Japanese forces were sent in to back up their faltering comrades, while the Korean army presses it's offensive. Seoul itself is dealing with large-scale breakouts of fires and power outages. Some places look eerily reminiscent of Hamburg or Dresden after WWII.

12 unidentified planes turned up out of nowhere and attacked Japanese positions in Korea, to no avail, 3 were lost. Many reports claim it was Philippine rebels, but other claim the planes looked like a certain brand of MiG. Their origins are a mystery, the Japanese were too busy dealing with what happened here to track them:

As night fell, the WC showed up again, B-1s armed with external SAMs and F-89s armed with bombs. They took a moderate toll on Japanese naval assets, but didn't make much of a dent against the heavy AA fire thrown up against them. 6 F-89s were lost, the B-1s fled at the first sign of Japanese interceptors. 5 of the Japanese planes were lost to the escorts, as well.

Some sneakiness happened somewhere around, I will notify privately who this affects.

Finally, not minutes after the unknown planes attacked Japanese landing sights, eight ICBMs came out of nowhere and impacted one of them. Several hundred men died, a few thousand were wounded. Apparently, whoever launched them didn't know there was more than one landing area.

This is all I have at the moment of writing.


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| February 4, 2011, 9:44 pm
Quoting Jake H.
So, you guys keep foreigners away while my ally gets beat up?

@Awe, I'd be fine if Brikkr was an ally of yours, and you attacked someone attacking him.

I'm sure you wouldn't say that if YOU were the one getting attacked. Infact, you weren't fine with Brendan attacking Korea to settle a debt/end an inconvenience, so what you just said was flase, unless you amend attacking Asia.
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| February 4, 2011, 9:45 pm
hehe I meant the main one in that city, but eh...
I'm happy with the amount of deaths.

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| February 4, 2011, 9:46 pm
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Quoting Jake H.
So, you guys keep foreigners away while my ally gets beat up?

@Awe, I'd be fine if Brikkr was an ally of yours, and you attacked someone attacking him.


Now it's about that, earlier, you had nothing to do with these affairs. Remember the roots. And I'm talking about attacking someone who attacks in response to that person's attacks, defending aggressive action.

Quoting Ultramarine .
Not you, I don't think if I had a million boots on Chinese territory right now you would fear me. However, my actions have already paid off in keeping at least one person out of this war, that is what I was referring to.


Nay, I don't think I would fear you. I've got about 100 million boots for drafting myself... Of course, that's only for emergencies. 5 million is a much more manageable number. 1 million a much more practical number.
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| February 4, 2011, 9:47 pm
Quoting Danny Morgan
I'm sure you wouldn't say that if YOU were the one getting attacked. Infact, you weren't fine with Brendan attacking Korea to settle a debt/end an inconvenience, so what you just said was flase, unless you amend attacking Asia.

hey, it's happened to me.

anyways korea was neutral, japan's just being expansionist.
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| February 4, 2011, 9:48 pm
Quoting Jake H.
So, you guys keep foreigners away while my ally gets beat up?

Until Alaska backs down and pays for any damages and fuel expenses, yes.

This is how Alenian diplomacy works.

We don't like people trying to limit our actions, and we don't like being told what to do. Americans trying to exert dominance definitely qualifies as both.

You can come and visit after Weagle either runs out of money or runs out of planes.
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| February 4, 2011, 9:50 pm
Quoting Awesome-o-saurus The Not-So-Great


aye, but I attacked for sneaky evil reasons you and Areetsa supposedly appreciate >.>

sadly until asia cools down, my actions won't have caused much.
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| February 4, 2011, 9:51 pm
Who's CM for Asia/Alaska?
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| February 4, 2011, 9:52 pm
Quoting Areetsa C
Who's CM for Asia/Alaska?

Awe.
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| February 4, 2011, 9:53 pm
Quoting Areetsa C
Who's CM for Asia/Alaska?

Awesome
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| February 4, 2011, 9:53 pm
Quoting Nick Shelton
Awesome

I'm pretty sure Awe's a participant. Correct me if I'm wrong, but CMs aren't supposed to have a personal stake in a conflict.
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| February 4, 2011, 10:00 pm
Do you mean to tell me, Alaska did nothing?

Quoting Areetsa C
I'm pretty sure Awe's a participant. Correct me if I'm wrong, but CMs aren't supposed to have a personal stake in a conflict.

Awe is a fair man, if you read the CRs, they are unbiased.

When/if Awe does join the war,he'll pass on CM position to someone else.

When Awe joins, I'd really appreciate it if he said:
"the age of West is over. The time of the Awe, has begun"
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| February 4, 2011, 10:00 pm
Quoting Danny Morgan
Do you mean to tell me, Alaska did nothing?

Other than declare a desire to "Show Asia Who's Boss", no.
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| February 4, 2011, 10:07 pm
 Group moderator 
If Awe joins the war, he will give a few days notice to everyone so that they may change their plans to get rid of what I know.

For I am an honorable man.

But now, Awe is not ready to join the war. Awe has business with Tibet.
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| February 4, 2011, 10:12 pm
Heh heh heh.

Tell the Indo commanders, we send a great gift. A weapon, which will change our fortunes in this war.
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| February 4, 2011, 10:18 pm
 Group admin 
As of 2224 hours EST, the Second Russo-Georgian War has concluded with all Federation objectives being met in the peace treaty. The final decision was made by the Georgian government after popular support was lost due to the Russian encirclement and present crushing of the Caucasus Republic. With no military objectives or cohesive allies, Georgia had no choice but to either face the fact of defeat or draft the masses to serve a non-backed cause; of course the former was respected and put-forth. Anyhow, S. Ossetia and Abkhazia have been released to the Russian Federation as federal subjects undergoing the vote for state representation. Ajara has been released as a totally sovereign territory with its own respected government formally backed by the Union State. Georgia has been forced to pay for at least three-fourths of the Federation's conflict debt in the given theatre and will have to reduce its armed forces by one brigade's worth of military capital (both human and material). A three-month armed border patrol has also been established to properly gauge whether or not immigrating persons harbor any resentment that may cause extremist nature; a form of domestic security.

In other news, Grozny and its adjoined Caucasus Republic no longer has any formal backing. Rather, it is only backed by a group of disorganized religious radicals with minimal military or political training. Progressing along, with the military presence in Georgia only needed in a minimalistic sense, more resources will be pumped into the former capital city to level the area. To be fair though, the Federation will be exclaiming a temporary 48 hour armistice for the secessionist body to sign the Chechen territory back over to the Federation or face annihilation with little regard to international perception; armed rebellion will not be tolerated in our lands.

In other news, fast-action detection systems in Siberia will be upgraded to meet the times' growth of technology. These improved systems will work in conjunction with our experimental "depth perception" project. The latter of which is still in the research and prototypical phase; this project will be kept in the headlines minimalistically for national protection. Anyhow, the Russian Federation is growing quite interested in offering a mutual hand to our Chinese neighbors in making a joint detection program. This would of course offer dual-state resources and cover most gaps in sight, figuratively speaking, in terms of air and coastal defense. We would greatly appreciate a rapid answer so we [the Federation] don't corrupt our logistics by having to move materials from the former Point A to the new Point A.
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| February 4, 2011, 10:42 pm
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Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Anyhow, the Russian Federation is growing quite interested in offering a mutual hand to our Chinese neighbors in making a joint detection program. This would of course offer dual-state resources and cover most gaps in sight, figuratively speaking, in terms of air and coastal defense. We would greatly appreciate a rapid answer so we [the Federation] don't corrupt our logistics by having to move materials from the former Point A to the new Point A.


That sounds good to me.
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| February 4, 2011, 11:06 pm
In the CDC, our citizens are enjoying the peace and nice weather. Congress is passing laws to protect the rights of workers employed by large corporations, especially in the agricultural sector, to insure that our rapidly growing economy does not put our crucial workforce in danger. They are, indeed, doing all the work, and our government feels they should be protected.
Also, in order to preventing a housing "bubble" like the former US, local cities are greatly improving their infrastructure, with space efficiency a high priority. We do not need large suburban sprawls, and feel they only serve to eliminate our precious environment. Emphasis on public transportation is also being heavily preached, and there is talk about high speed rail systems among members of the CDC Public Transit Committee.
Many hippies are also beginning to protest the conscription system that has been in effect for the past several generations, and as the majority of these protestors are intellectuals, our military is doing what it can to make space in more intelligence and research based units, where they may feel more comfortable and useful.

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| February 4, 2011, 11:22 pm
Project Zodiac is complete.

We kept this project quiet because Ultra threatened to destroy all my air and ship ports if I bought rockets from Awe.

Now that the project is complete, we can reveal what it was:
Since I joined this group, the Indo Union has been steadily building a military satellite. Today that satellite was launched. So now we'll be able to better organize our military, and survey ours, and others... terrain and stuff, so we can coordinate attacks and defenses better than we could have done without such a satellite.

This wasn't the Indo Union's only survallience project of late. We're also in the early stages of developing a very high altitude recon plane, which will use laser targeting to help guide airstrikes.

And yes, both the Satellite (to Flickr) and the Recon plane (to MOCpages) will be posted sometime soon.

I know I said I'd post the Valkyrie today, but I have to go the library to upload things, and I have a temperature, so... Maybe tomorrow or the next day.
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| February 4, 2011, 11:29 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Brendan Dore
I think I'm having too much fun with this right now.

I need a new weapon. One weapon to rule them all. Anyone know what that is?


If it was forged in the fires of Mt. Fuji or whatever...


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| February 4, 2011, 11:42 pm
Quoting Brendan Dore
I think I'm having too much fun with this right now.

I need a new weapon. One weapon to rule them all. Anyone know what that is?

/Turns around cape billowing

A VALKYRIE!
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| February 5, 2011, 12:14 am
 Group admin 
Quoting Thomas N


I suggest designing a new autopilot for them. Airbus autopilots are really the culprit, and honestly the airframes are rather good.
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| February 5, 2011, 10:43 am
Quoting Danny Morgan

Military satellites were outlawed following the Icelandic war in the old group.
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| February 5, 2011, 10:59 am
Quoting Danny Morgan
Not I that will attack you, at least not yet, but trust me, you're not getting off lightly for this.

And I am somewhat dlgust3d by your superior air and egotism. You are severely misguided if you think this will improve relations. Good luck going against Asia. We ARE the new USSR.
There is a good example of what I was reffering too. You veiw yourselves (I'm not including Awe in this statement) far more powerful than we Yankees. As far as I'm aware, the only directly involved Asian participants in this war are you and Japan. I'm not sure about Alenia and what's going on with them, I thought they were in the middle East.

Also, I hope this isn't coming off personal. I don't think I as a person am superior to you or anything, and this isn't meant to be a mud-slinging flamewar.

Quoting Areetsa C
Quoting Jack Ford
...I'm quite proud of my aircraft, especially the F-1 Blackfish and the Su-51 (F-27) Fafnir.

You're Alaska. It makes absolutely no sense at all that you'd be using Sukhoi aircraft. I seriously doubt the Russian government would allow companies in their territory to sell advanced aircraft to foreign powers.

I worked it out with Dr. S a little while ago. Technically speaking, all Su-51s produced in Alaska have been re-designated as F-27s, but I've known them as Su-51s for years, so it's kinda hard to call them something different for me.

Quoting Areetsa C
Other than declare a desire to "Show Asia Who's Boss", no.

That comment wasn't directed toward all of Asia. As far as I'm concerned, that comment was directed toward the people who kept saying things like "how dare you interfere with Asian matters!" and "I suggest you GTF0 before my forces converge upon you!" and the like. I'm not insulting you or Awe with the Asian-directed statements.

I hate to be so ignorant, but would you please inform me as to where you are? I thought Alenia was in the 'stans and possibly Mongolia.

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| February 5, 2011, 11:11 am
Due to recent activity in B.C., four F-22s and eight A-10s from Elmandorf AFB have been moved to Petursburg. Aircraft from Kotzebue will be moved to Ketchikan as well. We've got no reason or desire to pursue combat with the PCU, but you can't trust anybody in war... >.>
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| February 5, 2011, 11:22 am
"Yesterday February 4th, 2037, a day which will live in infamy-Unified Korean civilians were suddenly and deliberately attacked by Japanese ground and Naval forces. The attacks yesterday caused severe damage to innocent Korean's livelihoods, and even greater damage to the Korean nation as a whole. Confederation ships are in the Pacific area, however none are reported lost.

Last night the Japanese government also unintentionally declared war against the Eastern Confederation.

Last night Japanese forces attacked Gyeongsangnam, Korea.

Last night Japanese forces attacked Sokcho, Korea.

Last night Japanese forces attacked Uljin, Korea.

Last night Japanese forces attacked Donghae, Korea.

Last night Japanese forces attacked Busan, Korea.

Last night Japanese forces attacked Jeju, Korea.

And last night Japanese forces attacked Seoul, Korea.

Japan has, therefore, undertaken a surprise missile and artillery attack extending throughout the Korean Peninsula. The facts of yesterday speak for themselves. The people of the Eastern Confederation have already formed their opinions and well understand the implications to the very life and safety of the Korean people.

As commander in chief of the Army and Navy, I have directed that all measures be taken for their defense."

President Will Gober's address to Congress, February 5th 2037. :p

In other words...
Fecal matter just hit the air flow accelerator. Civilians purposely killed in Korea has been taken as an act of war against the Eastern Confederation.



Quoting Areetsa C
All hail glorious Soviet republics of Asia!

I motion that the Asian states not currently engaged in hostilities with one another temporarily reform the B.E.A.R. to counter this latest bout of Western ambition.



The B.E.A.R. was one of the worst ideas ever. In real life, whoever had the European side of Russia would dominate. Siberia made up most of Russia's lands and three out of four BEAR members were stuck there. Therefore The rest of your economies would have stopped in the winter, 10 out of the 12 months a year, and not been able to do anything besides huddle around a fire. That being said, this group was also created to stop those kinds of things from happening.

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| February 5, 2011, 11:30 am
Quoting Areetsa C
Well, it'd pretty much entail declaring everything west of Hawaii a "No Go Zone" ... In other words, if it isn't Asian, we blow it up...

Problem: Okinawa, Johnston and Samoa
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| February 5, 2011, 11:35 am
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Quoting Ham N' Biscuits
Military satellites were outlawed following the Icelandic war in the old group.

Weaponized satellites were banned, yes. However, reconnaissance and communications satellites are still essential for a contemporary military to organize and coordinate, so there is no way we can ban those.
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| February 5, 2011, 11:44 am
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Quoting henry wang

Hey, you wouldn't happen to have Flickr, would you? We need to coordinate...

Quoting Jack Ford
That comment wasn't directed toward all of Asia. As far as I'm concerned, that comment was directed toward the people who kept saying things like "how dare you interfere with Asian matters!" and "I suggest you GTF0 before my forces converge upon you!" and the like. I'm not insulting you or Awe with the Asian-directed statements.


Not to mention that they seem to be perfectly willing to include Australia in their affairs, despite the fact that they're not at all Asian, they're western.
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| February 5, 2011, 12:21 pm
my UAV team is very busy with 50 F-5s.
>.>
<.<
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| February 5, 2011, 1:26 pm
Quoting Will G.

Yo, I can't find you on Flickr. Could you shoot me a FM? http://www.flickr.com/photos/confederate_states_of_asia_military_headquarters/

If not, Gmail?
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| February 5, 2011, 1:38 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
Hey, you wouldn't happen to have Flickr, would you? We need to coordinate...

I do, it's whanry, but I would like not to get involved into this war. I will only do if Alaska gets invaded.
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| February 5, 2011, 1:43 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .

Not to mention that they seem to be perfectly willing to include Australia in their affairs, despite the fact that they're not at all Asian, they're western.

Although Australia is a westernized and English speaking country, we have been allies with other Asian nations since before the Pacific War, and have had good relations with nations such as the Indo Union and Japan.

Quoting Will G.

Holy Excuses, Batman!

Japan attacked those cities because of the Korean offensive apparently. Its a war. People do that. And I wonder why that would be a crime so bad that an American nation on the Atlantic coast would declare war...


Anyway, Super Bowl Sunday Tomorrow :)

Anyway 2x:
The Expeditionary Force has left from Japan due to what has happened there that could the troops in danger. This time they will not stop at Taiwan, and may or may not stop in the Indo Union. That is all.
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| February 5, 2011, 1:46 pm
Quoting Jack Ford
Due to recent activity in B.C., four F-22s and eight A-10s from Elmandorf AFB have been moved to Petursburg. Aircraft from Kotzebue will be moved to Ketchikan as well. We've got no reason or desire to pursue combat with the PCU, but you can't trust anybody in war... >.>

You can't.
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| February 5, 2011, 1:53 pm
The PCU is officially condemning the Eastern Confederation's Declaration of War upon the Japanese.

You of all people would not be affected by this war's outcome. It seems you only want to fight to see foreign nations lose power in their own sectors of the world and so that you don't lose favor with your American allies. Very fishy, if you ask me.
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| February 5, 2011, 2:01 pm
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Quoting Matt P
Although Australia is a westernized and English speaking country, we have been allies with other Asian nations since before the Pacific War, and have had good relations with nations such as the Indo Union and Japan.

And you just happen to condone ethic cleansing on your spare time?
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| February 5, 2011, 2:16 pm
The war in Okinawa has taken a suprising turn. Early this morning Radar in Kadena AFB picked up a large force of aircraft incoming. They soon scrambled F-35s to find the unidentified aircraft. The fighters got a visual on the enemies... Two squadrons of MiGs were speeding toward Okinawa to attack the ground forces. 21 were shot down but 3 got past the F-35s. They began dropping bombs on the ground forces and one was shot down by AA before the other flew off. Field commanders have given reports of heavy casualties and 6 Osσrios were destroyed and 8 were disabled.
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| February 5, 2011, 2:20 pm
Quoting Ultramarine .
Quoting Matt P
Although Australia is a westernized and English speaking country, we have been allies with other Asian nations since before the Pacific War, and have had good relations with nations such as the Indo Union and Japan.

And you just happen to condone ethic cleansing on your spare time?

Ethnic Cleansing is an official PCU sport. >.>
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| February 5, 2011, 2:23 pm
 Group moderator 
Quoting Ultramarine .
And you just happen to condone ethic cleansing on your spare time?


When other ethnicities see me coming, they run and they hide, I grab the gas chamber and commit straight-up genocide!

Actually, I don't, but bad things happen in war. You of all people should know this. Back in the day, there was a little Allied bombing campaign designed to crush German morale into the ground by destroying everything.
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| February 5, 2011, 2:23 pm
Quoting Jack Ford

this is apparently where you misunderstand. I am NOT trying to make out like I'm more powerful than the Americans, I just want to be left alone. YOU guys are the ones with the ego insecurities, trying to make out like you're so powerful and can do whatever you want without consequences.

This comment is directed at people who say things like "I just want to show Asia who's boss".

Quoting Dr. Spontaneous
Weaponized satellites were banned, yes. However, reconnaissance and communications satellites are still essential for a contemporary military to organize and coordinate, so there is no way we can ban those.


Yeah this is just a Satellite for surveying terrain and incoming enemy forces and stuff, mainly used to more efficiently organize my forces. That is allowed right?
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| February 5, 2011, 3:08 pm
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